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The book provides an alphabetical listing of concepts encountered by students in their studies up to the end of the first year of their chemistry course.
Undergraduates studying inorganic chemistry often find the terminology of the subject bewildering, and concepts difficult to summarise. This new book, part of the successful Oxford Chemistry Primers series, provides an alphabetical listing of concepts encountered by students in their studies up to the end of the first year of their chemistry course. With each entry containing more information than can be found in a general chemistry dictionary, and written in a student-friendly and accessible style, every chemistry student should have a copy of this invaluable book on their desk.
Alphabetical summary of essential concepts in inorganic chemistry
Detailed, student friendly explanations - more useful than a chemistry dictionary
Suitable for first courses in inorganic chemistry and pre-university reading.
About The Author
D. M. P. Mingos Sir Edward Frankland BP Professor of Inorganic Chemistry
Table Of Contents
Acids and bases to Aufbau principle
Back donation to Born-Haber cycle
Canonical from to Crystal structures
Dative bond to Dipole moment
Halogens to Hypervalent
Inertness and lability to Isomerism
Lanthanides to Lone pair
Magnetism to Molecular orbital theory
Nomenclature of inorganic compounds to Non-aqueous solvents
Orbitals to Oxidation state
Periodic table to Polyhedral cage geometrics
Radii to Resonance
Sandwich compounds to Steric effects
Valence bond to VSEPR