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Introductory Chemistry (MasteringChemistry) | 6th Edition | ISBN: 9780134302386 | Authors: Nivaldo J. Tro ISBN: 9780134302386 2037

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How is chemistry connected to everyday life? How is chemistry relevant outside the chemistry laboratory?

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PERCEPTION OF SPACE LIKENESS • Likeness refers to the fact of a group of people in a society possessing common interests, beliefs and capabilities or talents. • In terms of Architecture, taking likeness into consideration, we can add common repitition of spaces which creates harmony and balance in a society. • Human psychology is a vital factor taken into consideration with a range of common beliefs even including beliefs like superstitions etc. WE FEELING • We-feeling refers to the emotional impact of unity. • In architectural terms, the we-feeling needs to be brought forward through elements that share a common set of emotions. • For example, in a mall, designing common spaces by using elements such as the tri-colour brings about a patriotic feeling of harmony and unity. WITH THE NATURE ABSTRACT DYNAMIC WEB OF SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS • A social relation or social interaction is any relationship between two or more individuals. • As we interact with more people this social relationship becomes a lot more complex and diverse. • This becomes a web of social relationship where all individuals interact with each other, directly or indirectly. • This can be seen in design as creating spaces that enhances social relationships, such as a flee market in the mall, or an association of shoppers to retailers. COMPREHENSIVE CULTURE • Culture is the sum total of ideas, beliefs, values, material culturalequipment's and non-material aspects which man makes as a member of society • From this,

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Textbook: Introductory Chemistry (MasteringChemistry)
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Author: Nivaldo J. Tro
ISBN: 9780134302386

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