ISBN 9788126513383,Advanced Inorganic Chemistry

Advanced Inorganic Chemistry



Wiley India Pvt Ltd

Publication Year 2007

ISBN 9788126513383

ISBN-10 8126513381


Edition 6th
Number of Pages 1376 Pages
Language (English)

Inorganic chemistry

Advanced Inorganic Chemistry 6th Edition, written by Albert Cotton, Geoffrey Wilkinson, Manfred Bochmann and Carlos Murilla is the ultimate guide for Inorganic Chemistry. For almost 30 years, it was the complete reference guide for both students of chemistry and professionals alike. It is regularly updated with the latest research and also includes the latest developments and discoveries, thereby offering invaluable information to students and chemists on Inorganic Chemistry and Organometallic Chemistry. The book is organized according to the periodic table, just like all the earlier editions. The book provides relevant information on all the elements in the periodic table, and also details all the elements and compounds, and their chemical properties. It gives due importance to the emerging trends in research, with emphasis on structure and valency. The authors also cover important chemical principles like general valency theory and ligand field theory.

Table of Contents : -
Survey Of Principles
Some Cross-Cutting Topics
The Chemistry Of The Main Group Elements
The Group 1 Elements: Li, Na, K, Rb, Cs, Fr
The Group 2 Elements: Be, Mg, Ca, Sr, Ba, Ra
The Group 13 Elements: Al, Ga, In, Tl
The Group 14 Elements: Si, Ge, Sn, Pb
The Group 15 Elements: P, As, Sb, Bi
The Group 16 Elements: S, Se, Te, Po
The Group 17 Elements: F, CI, Br, I, At
The Group 18 Elements: He, Ne, Ar, Kr, Xe, Rn
The Group 12 Elements: Zn, Cd, Hg
The Chemisrty Of The Transition Elements
Survey of the Transition Elements
The Elements of the First Transition Series
The Elements of the Second and Third Transition Series
The Group 3 Elements and the Lanthanides
The Actinide Elements
The Role Of Organometallic Chemistry In Catalysis
Fundamental Reactions Steps of Transition Metal Catalyzed Reaction
Homogeneous Catalysis by Transition Metal Complexes