Free download Inorganic Chemistry (7th Edition) written by Mark Weller, Tina Overton, Jonathan Rourke and Fraser Armstrong in pdf.
As per authors, “In this new edition we have refined the presentation, organization, and visual representation. The book has been extensively revised, much has been rewritten and there is some completely new material, including additional content on characterization techniques in chapter 8. The text now includes twelve new boxes that showcase recent developments and exciting discoveries; these include boxes 11.3 on sodium ion batteries, 13.7 on touchscreens, 23.2 on d-orbital participation in lanthanoid chemistry, 25.1 on renewable energy, and 26.1 on cellulose degradation. We have written our book with the student in mind, and have added new pedagogical features and enhanced others.
Additional context boxes on recent innovations link theory to practice, and encourage understanding of the real-world significance of inorganic chemistry. Extended examples, self-test questions, and new exercises and tutorial problems stimulate thinking, and encourage the development of data analysis skills, and a closer engagement with research. We have also improved the clarity of the text with a new two column format throughout. Many of the 2000 illustrations and the marginal structures have been redrawn, many have been enlarged for improved clarity, and all are presented in full colour. We have used colour systematically rather than just for decoration, and have ensured that it serves a pedagogical purpose, encouraging students to recognize patterns and trends in bonding and reactivity.”
As per a student’s review, “This book is a good survey for basically all of the elements, most of it is done by group. I highly recommend this book for undergrad/graduate. What to expect: survey on most of the transition metals, electronics of metals, plus metal magnetism. This book does have an expectation of you to have background in chemistry. At the end of the book there is a section for applications of inorganic chemistry (coordination, catalysis), but it does not go into great detail on those subject.
What not to expect: Inorganic reactions, they go surface level on reactions.
Details at the end of the book (ie catalysis, that area of study is so large its hard to fit in a book)
Overall, I highly recommend this book, its very easy to read for a graduate student.”
PART 1: Foundations
- Atomic structure
- Molecular structure and bonding
- Molecular symmetry
- The structures of simple solids
- Acids and bases
- Oxidation and reduction
- An introduction to coordination compounds
- Physical techniques in inorganic chemistry 244
PART 2 The elements and their compounds
- Periodic trends
- The Group 1 elements
- The Group 2 elements
- The Group 13 elements
- The Group 14 elements
- The Group 15 elements
- The Group 16 elements
- The Group 17 elements
- The Group 18 elements
- The d-block elements
- d-Metal complexes: electronic structure and properties
- Coordination chemistry: reactions of complexes
- d-Metal organometallic chemistry
- The f-block elements
PART 3 Expanding our horizons: advances and applications
- Materials chemistry and nanomaterials
- Green chemistry
- Biological inorganic chemistry
- Inorganic chemistry in medicine
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