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Description With its updates to quickly changing content areas, a strengthened visual presentation and the addition of new co-author Paul Fischer, the new edition of this highly readable text supports the modern study of inorganic chemistry better than ever. Excellent, balanced coverage of core principles and theory enables students to get through this material in a one-semester course while special topic coverage, such as organometallic and solid-state chemistry, allows instructors flexibility in covering topics The strong presentation of atomic theory and emphasis on physical chemistry give students a firm understanding of the theoretical basis of inorganic chemistry Many problems at the end of each chapter, including some from the recent literature, allow instructors to choose the number and type of problems assigned Worked examples throughout demonstrate step-by-step how problems are solved and Exercises provide ample opportunity to practice the concepts learned Reflects topics of recent interest , such as: The atomic weights of the elements provided in the periodic table inside the front cover include the most recent IUPAC recommendations.
The values of physical constants inside the rear cover have been revised to use the most recent values cited on the NIST web site.
Added coverage of oxidation-reduction reactions helps students understand main group and transition metal chemistry Web-based problems encourage the use of internet resources to solve problems and Problems using software for molecular orbital calculations allow students to calculate and observe shapes and energies of molecular orbitals.
New to This Edition. To further encourage in-depth engagement with the literature, more problems involving extracting and interpreting information from the literature have been included. Abstract The authors emphasize molecular orbitals and symmetry to explain many aspects of the bonding, structure, and reactivity of inorganic compounds.
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Confronted with self-instruction, students can be left wondering where to start. Here, a short REACT for Windows is a numerical integrator for variable-sized, simple or complex chemical kinetic systems and graphics for easy display of reactant-product species profiles. The program illustrates the ease with which complex kinetic systems with many This book's first edition appeared in and has succeeded in the difficult task of staying current despite enormous changes and progress enjoyed by inorganic chemistry over the last 21 years.
Tables of 1 H and 13 C NMR chemical shifts have been compiled for common organic compounds often used as reagents or found as products or contaminants in deuterated organic solvents.