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- OUP Oxford
- Overton, Tina / Rourke, Jonathan / Armstrong, Fraser
- 273 x 215 x 31 mm
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- 2030 g
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Dr Simon Lancaster, University of East Anglia The text is beautifully laid out and makes use of a variety of excellent pedagogical features. The writing style is excellent; the text has a mature and refined but highly readable tone.
Dr Andrew Marr, Queen's University Belfast Outperforms any other modern inorganic text I have encountered.
Stephen Potts, University College London A concise but complete, comprehensive overview of inorganic chemistry; ideal for chemistry undergraduates up to and including third year.
Craig Williams, University of Wolverhampton An excellent in-depth textbook, clearly written, logically laid out with excellent diagrams and in text self-assessment questions. I would recommend it without reservation.
Charles O'Hara, University of Strathclyde Excellent, broad coverage of modern inorganic chemistry, presented in an appealing and easy-to-read fashion for undergraduate students.
Bloggat om Inorganic Chemistry
The author team comprises chemical educators and researchers who are at the cutting edge of their fields, and who are perfectly placed to write a text that is accessible to students, uniformly authoritative and up-to-date in its coverage: Professor Mark Weller: Chair of Energy Materials, University of Bath Professor Tina Overton: Professor of Chemistry Education, Monash University Dr Jonathan Rourke: Associate Professor of Chemistry, University of Warwick Professor Fraser Armstrong: Professor of Chemistry, University of Oxford
Part 1: Foundations 1: Atomic structure 2: Molecular structure and bonding 3: Molecular symmetry 4: The structures of simple solids 5: Acids and bases 6: Oxidation and reduction 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 elementsPart 3: Expanding our horizons: advances and applications 24: Materials chemistry and nanomaterials 25: Green Chemistry 26: Biological inorganic chemistry 27: Inorganic chemistry in medicine