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|1.01||September 15, 2014||Book added to the B.C. Open Textbook Collection.|
|1.02||September 17/15||Typos in the Conversion of Units section (pp 52-60).
Division sign missing in all examples in the PDF of text.
|1.03||May 15, 2017||Links to videos updated.
New file types added: digital .pdf and .odt files.
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|1.04||January 30, 2019||Error fixes and updated metadata.||Chapter: Hydrocarbons
Chapter: Branched Hydrocarbons
|1.05||February 3, 2020||Updated style and added ISBNs.||Changed the theme from the Open Textbooks theme to Clarke. This may affect some of the styles and the PDF page count.|
|1.06||July 21, 2020||Error corrections to the section on Atomic Theory and Half-Life.||Two errors corrected in Atomic Theory – Example 2: The symbol for iron was corrected from F to Fe, and the mass number (235) was added above the 92 to indicate the specific isotope of uranium. And in Half-Life, “This expression works even if the number of half-lives is not a whole number” was changed to “This expression works best when the number of half-lives is a whole number.”|
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