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From the fundamentals to the frontiers of research, this classic text offers an introduction to inorganic chemistry no other book can match. The new edition is most modern and most student-friendly yet, covering both the theoretical and descriptive aspects of inorganic chemistry in presentation that includes helpful new study tools and, as always, a captivating focus on experimental methods, industrial applications, and cutting-edge topics.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Foundations 1. Atomic structure 2. Molecular structure and bonding 3. The structures of simple solids 4. Acids and bases 5. Oxidation and reduction 6. Molecular symmetry 7. An introduction to coordination compounds 8. Physical techniques in inorganic chemistryPart 2 The Elements and their Compounds 9. Periodic trends 10. Hydrogen 11. The Group 1 elements 12. The Group 2 elements 13. The Group 13 elements 14. The Group 14 elements 15. The Group 15 elements 16. The Group 16 elements 17. The Group 17 elements 18. The Group 18 elements 19. The d- block elements 20. d-Metal complexes: electronic structure and properties 21. Coordination chemistry: reactions of complexes 22. d-Metal organometallic chemistry 23. The f-block metalsPart 3 Frontiers 24. Materials chemistry and nanomaterials 26. Catalysis 27. Biological inorganic chemistry 28. Inorganic chemistry in medicineResource section 1: Selected ionic radii Resource section 2: Electronic properties of the elements Resource section 3: Standard potentials Resource section 4: Character tables Resource section 5: Symmetry-adapted orbitals Resource section 6: TanabeSugano diagramsAnswers to exercises Formula index Subject index