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But he showed remarkable insight into the nature of matter and its interactions. Some of his ideas could not be veriﬁed (or refuted) experimentally at the time. They were based on the limited experimental observations of his day. Even with their shortcomings, Dalton’s ideas provided a framework that could be modiﬁed and expanded by later scientists. Thus John Dalton is often considered to be the father of modern atomic theory. The smallest particle of an element that maintains its chemical identity through all chemical and physical changes is called an atom (Figure 1-2).
This chemical reasoning is illustrated with extensive new molecular art, much of it computer generated. Some examples of the ways in which molecular art is used in this edition include the following: 1. Structures or reactions. Molecular art is used to give a molecular-level view of a concept being discussed, as in the following interpretation of a balanced chemical equation. Reactants Products O H H H C H + O O O O C H + O H (a) H + CH4 2O2 + CO2 H 2H2O (b) O H H H C H H + O O O C O H + O (c) H 1C, 4H, 4O atoms 1C, 4H, 4O atoms Figure 3-1 Three representations of the reaction of methane with oxygen to form carbon dioxide and water.
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