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Arranged alphabetically for easy-reference this concise text provides detailed information on topics ranging from agostic interactions to Zintl iso electronic relationships.
Essentials of Inorganic Chemistry 2 provides an accessible collection of key topics for upper-level undergraduate students of inorganic chemistry. Arranged alphabetically for easy-reference this concise text provides detailed information on topics ranging from agostic interactions to Zintl iso electronic relationships.
The book is illustrated throughout, and there are notes for further reading for students who wish to gain more insight into topics of interest. As with Essentials of Inorganic Chemistry 1, its popular companion volume for first year undergraduates, Essentials of Inorganic Chemistry 2 will be invaluable to second, third and fourth year chemists for looking up unfamiliar subject areas and for revision of topics in preparation for examinations.
Table of contents :-
Angular Overlap Model
Dewar-Chatt-Duncanson Bonding Model
Ligand Substitution Reactions
Multiple Metal-Metal Bonds
Stereo chemical Non-rigidity
Tolman Cone Angle
Zintl Iso electronic Relationships