Hey, just started first year chemistry, and while the textbook for the course is ok(some good explanations, some that are vague, wrongs answers that are given for some questions, and only ~10 questions/problems in the whole text for each topic).
I know there are some T-nationers that are very sharp in chemistry, biochemistry, or just sciences in general, so I'm wondering if anyone has come across a textbook/resource that would be:
- accurate in information and answers to problems
- has a good amount of practice problems
- good explanations of topics(I'm a very visual learner, so pictures help me understand better)
The biggest thing for me is getting enough practice with problems so that I have a thorough understanding of the material and the ability to show that.
Here's a link to the text that I have in case you're wondering.