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Test Bank for Chemistry and Physics for Nurse Anesthesia 3rd Edition by David Shubert

By: David Shubert, PhD John Leyba, PhD Sharon Niemann, DNAP, CRNA
ISBN-10: 0826107826
/ ISBN-13: 9780826107831

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Edition: 3rd Edition
Format: Downloadable ZIP File
Authors: David Shubert, PhD John Leyba, PhD Sharon Niemann, DNAP, CRNA
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Table of contents:

Contents
Videos
Foreword G. Michael Caughlin, MD
Preface
1. Measurement
Why This Matters: A Nurse Anesthetist’s View
A Review of Some Basic Mathematical Skills
Measurements and Significant Figures
Significant Figures in Calculations
Accuracy and Precision
SI (Metric System)
Absolute Zero and the Kelvin Scale
Conversion Factors
Density
Density and Specific Gravity
Summary
Review Questions for Measurement
2. A Review of Some Chemistry Basics
Why This Matters: A Nurse Anesthetist’s View
What Is Chemistry?
Atomic Structure and Dimension
Dalton’s Atomic Theory
The Periodic Table of the Elements
Some Common Elements
Chemical Nomenclature
Electrolytes
Stoichiometry
Summary
Review Questions for Chemistry Basics
Note: The video icons link to http://www.springerpub.com/shubert-3rd-edition, where corresponding videos can be found.
3. Basics of Physics Part 1 (Force and Pressure)
Why This Matters: A Nurse Anesthetist’s View
Newton’s Laws
Mass
Velocity
Acceleration
Force
Pressure
Atmospheric Pressure
Measuring Pressure
Oscillometry
Summary
Review Questions for Physics (Part 1)
4. Basics of Physics Part 2 (Work, Energy, and Power)
Why This Matters: A Nurse Anesthetist’s View
Work
State Functions
Energy
Thermodynamics
Specific Heat
Power
Summary
Review Questions for Physics (Part 2)
5. Fluids
Why This Matters: A Nurse Anesthetist’s View
Fluids: A Definition
Hydrostatics
Hydrodynamics: Moving Fluids
Viscosity
Summary
Review Questions for Fluids
6. The Gas Laws
Why This Matters: A Nurse Anesthetist’s View
The Empirical Gas Laws
The Ideal Gas Law
Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures
Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases
Graham’s Law of Effusion
Ideal Gases and Real Gases
Summary
Review Questions for Gases
7. States of Matter and Changes of State
Why This Matters: A Nurse Anesthetist’s View
Kinetic Molecular Theory of Matter
Chemical Bonding and the Octet Rule
Energy Changes and Changes of State
Summary
Review Questions for States of Matter and Changes of State
8. Solutions and Their Behavior
Why This Matters: A Nurse Anesthetist’s View
Some Basic Terminology
Solution Concentrations
Solubility
Energy Changes and the Solution Process
Factors Affecting Solubility
Colligative Properties of Solutions
Colloids
Summary
Review Questions for Solutions
9. Acids, Bases, and Buffers
Why This Matters: A Nurse Anesthetist’s View
Chemical Equilibria
Acids and Bases
Acid–Base Reactions
Measuring Acidity: The pH Function
Calculating the pH of Solutions
Other Acidic Species
Buffers
Summary
Review Questions for Acids and Bases
10. Electricity and Electrical Safety
Why This Matters: A Nurse Anesthetist’s View
Electricity and Electrical Charge
Ohm’s Law and Electrical Circuits
Semiconductors
Spectroscopy
Summary
Review Questions for Electricity
11. Classes of Organic Compounds
Why This Matters: A Nurse Anesthetist’s View
Functional Groups
Hydrocarbon Functional Groups
Alkenes
Organohalogen Compounds
Functional Groups Based on Water
Amines
Carbonyl Functional Groups
Summary
Review Question for Organic Compounds
12. Biochemistry
Why This Matters: A Nurse Anesthetist’s View
Biomolecules
Carbohydrates
Fischer Projections
Lipids
Metabolism of Carbohydrates and Fatty Acids
Proteins and Amino Acids
Nucleic Acids
Summary
Review Questions for Biochemistry
13. Radiation and Radioactivity
Why This Matters: A Nurse Anesthetist’s View
Radiation
Electromagnetic Radiation
Radioactive Materials—An Introduction
Radioactivity
Radioactive Decay
Decay Rate
Half-Life
Ionizing Radiation Versus Nonionizing Radiation
Sources of Radioactive Materials
Radiation Exposure
Effects of Ionizing Radiation on Biological Systems
Medical Uses of Radionuclides (Nuclear Medicine)
Working With Radioactive Materials
Summary
Review Questions for Radiation and Radioactivity
14. Problem-Solving Skills and Answers to Review Questions
Using Your Calculator
Unit Conversions and the Use of Conversion Factors
A Simple Problem-Solving Methodology
Step-by-Step Solutions to End-of-Chapter Problems
Comprehensive List of Equations
Formulas and Constants
Glossary


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