Inorganic Chemistry

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Leading the reader from the fundamental principles of inorganic chemistry, right through to cutting-edge research at the forefront of the subject, Inorganic Chemistry, Sixth Edition is the ideal course companion for the duration of a student's degree. The authors have drawn upon their extensive teaching and research experience in updating this established text; the sixth edition retains the much-praised clarity of style and layout from previous editions, while offering an enhanced Frontiers section. Exciting new applications of inorganic chemistry have been added to this section, in particular relating to materials chemistry and medicine. This edition also sees a greater use of learning features to provide students with all the support they need for their studies. Providing comprehensive coverage of inorganic chemistry, while placing it in context, this text will enable the reader to fully master this important subject. Online Resource Centre: For registered adopters of the text: · Figures, marginal structures, and tables of data ready to download · Test bank For students: · Answers to self-tests and exercises from the book · Videos of chemical reactions · Tables for group theory · Web links · Interactive structures and other resources on www.chemtube3D.com
 

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Contents

Part 1 Foundations
1
Part 2 The elements and their compounds
271
Part 3 Frontiers
653
Resource sections
834
Index
863
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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 BathProfessor Tina Overton: Professor of Chemistry Education, University of HullDr Jonathan Rourke: Associate Professor of Chemistry, University of WarwickProfessor Fraser Armstrong: Professor of Chemistry, University of Oxford

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