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Although inorganic chemists study all the elements of the periodic table, those studying inorganic chemistry in an environmental setting must sometimes do it at trace or ultra trace level concentrations. In this book, the concepts of physical inorganic chemistry are used to study natural chemical processes occurring in the ocean, water, soil, sediment, and atmosphere as well as those related to anthropogenic activities. A couple of relevant examples of inorganic chemistry on other planets such as Mars and in interstellar space are also provided.
Understanding the principles of inorganic chemistry including chemical bonding, one and two electron transfer processes in oxidation–reduction chemistry (redox), acid base chemistry, transition metal ligand complexes, metal catalysis including enzyme catalysis, and more are essential to describing earth processes over all time scales ranging from ∼1 nsec to geologic time (Gyr). The fields of geochemistry and environmental chemistry depend on the principles of physical inorganic chemistry.
I hope the student will understand the relationship between these fields by using the fundamental concepts from thermodynamics, kinetics, and a detailed understanding of electronic structure. To aid in visualizing orbitals and molecular structures, I have used the most recent version (8.0.10) of the HyperChem program from Hypercube, Inc (Gainesville, FL). Still, students should be able to “draw” orbitals and structures so the book uses both idealized drawings and computer-generated models throughout.
- Inorganic Chemistry and the Environment
- Oxidation–Reduction Reactions (Redox)
- Atomic Structure
- Covalent Bonding
- Bonding in Solids
- Acids and Bases
- Introduction to Transition Metals
- Reactivity of Transition Metal Complexes: Thermodynamics, Kinetics and Catalysis
- Transition Metals in Natural Systems
- Solid Phase Iron and Manganese Oxidants and Reductants
- Metal Sulfides in the Environment and in Bioinorganic Chemistry
- Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Metal Uptake by Organisms
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