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Introduction to modern inorganic chemistry

Author: Kenneth M Mackay; Rosemary Ann Mackay; William Henderson
Publisher: Boca Raton ; Lodon ; New York : CRC Press, 2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 6th edition, first issued in hardbackView all editions and formats

This work provides an overview of inorganic chemistry. There are selected special topics in transition metals, biological and medicinal and environmental chemistry. Featuring worked examples and case  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth M Mackay; Rosemary Ann Mackay; William Henderson
ISBN: 9780748764204 0748764208 9781138435476 1138435473
OCLC Number: 1010051134
Description: xiii, 610 Seiten. : Illustrationen.
Contents: INTRODUCTIONInorganic Chemistry and the Discovery of the ElementsDevelopmentRecent AdvancesInorganic NomenclatureApproach to Inorganic Chemistry and Further ReadingProblemsTHE ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE AND THE PROPERTIES OF ATOMSIntroductionTheory of the Electronic Structure of HydrogenMany-electron AtomsShapes of Atomic OrbitalsFurther Properties of the ElementsCOVALENT MOLECULES: DIATOMICSGeneral BackgroundDiatomic MoleculesPOLYATOMIC COVALENT MOLECULESIntroductionThe Shapes of Molecules and Ions Containing p Bonds OnlyThe Shapes of Species Containing p BondsGeneral Approaches to Bonding in Polyatomic SpeciesBonding in Polyatomics: The Two-centre Bond ApproachTwo-centred Orbitals: HybridisationDelocalized, or Multi-centred, s Orbitalsp Bonding in Polyatomic MoleculesAn Example of the Approach Using Delocalized Bonding ThroughoutExtension to Other MoleculesProblemsTHE SOLID STATESimple Ionic CrystalsThe Formation of Ionic CompoundsThe Born-Haber CycleThe Lattice EnergyThe Endothermic Terms in the Formation of an Ionic SolidBonding Which is not Purely IonicMetallic BondingComplex IonsThe Crystal Structures of Covalent CompoundsDefect Structures and Nonstoichiometric SolidsProblemsSOLUTION CHEMISTRYAqueous SolutionsSolubilityAcids and BasesOxidation and ReductionNonaqueous SolventsSolubility and Solvent Interaction in Nonaqueous SolventsAcid-base Behaviour in Nonaqueous SolventsGeneral Uses of Nonaqueous SolventsLiquid AmmoniaAnhydrous Acetic Acid'Superacid' MediaBromine TrifluorideSupercritical FluidsProblemsEXPERIMENTAL METHODSSeparation MethodsIon ExchangeChromatographySolvent ExtractionStructure DeterminationDiffraction MethodsSpectroscopic Methods and the Electromagnetic SpectrumElectronic SpectraVibrational SpectraNuclear Magnetic ResonanceFurther Methods of Molecular SpectroscopyFourier Transform MethodsOther MethodsDetermination of Energy Levels: Photoelectron SpectroscopyProblemsGENERAL PROPERTIES OF THE ELEMENTS IN RELATION TO THE PERIODIC TABLEVariation in Energies of Atomic Orbitals with Atomic NumberExchange EnergyStable ConfigurationsAtomic and Ionic SizesChemical Behaviour and Periodic PositionMethods of Showing the Stabilities of Oxidation StatesThe Abundance and Occurrence of the ElementsThe Extraction of the ElementsProblemsHYDROGENGeneral and Physical Properties of HydrogenChemical Properties of HydrogenIonic HydridesMetallic HydridesCovalent HydridesElectron Deficient HydridesThe Hydrogen BondProblemsTHE 's' ELEMENTSGeneral and Physical Properties, Occurrence and UsesCompounds with Oxygen and OzoneCarbon CompoundsComplexes of the Heavier ElementsCrown Ethers, Cryptates and Alkali Metal AnionsSpecial Features in the Chemistry of Lithium and MagnesiumBeryllium ChemistryProblemsTHE SCANDIUM GROUP AND THE LANTHANIDESGeneral and Physical PropertiesChemistry of the Trivalent StateThe Separation of the ElementsOxidation States Other Than IIIProperties associated with the Presence of f ElectronsProblemsTHE ACTINIDE ELEMENTSSources and Physical PropertiesGeneral Chemical Behaviour of the ActinidesThoriumProtactiniumUraniumNeptunium, Plutonium and AmericiumThe Heavier Actinide ElementsProblemsTHE TRANSITION METALS: GENERAL PROPERTIES AND COMPLEXESIntroduction to the Transition ElementsThe Transition Ion and its Environment:Ligand Field TheoryLigand Field Theory and Octahedral ComplexesCoordination Number FourStable ConfigurationsCoordination Numbers Other Than Four or SixEffect of Ligand on Stability of ComplexesIsomerismMechanisms of Transition Metal ReactionsStructural Aspects of Ligand Field EffectsSpectra of Transition Element Complexesp Bonding Between Metal and LigandsProblemsTHE TRANSITION ELEMENTS OF THE FIRST SERIESGeneral PropertiesTitanium, 3d24s2Vanadium, 3d34s2Chromium, 3d54s1Manganese, 3d54s2Iron, 3d64s2Cobalt, 3d74s2Nickel, 3d84s2Copper, 3d104s1The Relative Stabilities of the Dihalides and Trihalides of the Elements of the First Transition SeriesProblemsTHE ELEMENTS OF THE SECOND AND THIRD TRANSITION SERIESGeneral PropertiesZirconium, 4d25s2, and Hafnium, 5d26s2Niobium, 4d45s1, and Tantalum, 5d36s2Molybdenum, 4d55s1, and Tungsten, 5d46s2Technetium, 4d65s1, and Rhenium, 5d56s2Ruthenium, 4d75s1, and Osmium, 5d66s2Rhodium 4d85s1, and Iridium, 5d96s0Palladium, 4d105s0, and Platinum, 5d96s1Silver, 4d105s1, and Gold, 5d106s1The Zinc GroupProblemsTRANSITION METALS: SELECTED TOPICSCopper Oxide Ceramic SuperconductorsCarbonyl Compounds of the Transition ElementsMetal-Organic Compoundsp Bonded Cyclopentadienyls and Related SpeciesThe Organometallic Chemistry of the LanthanidesActinide Organometallic ChemistryMultiple Metal-Metal BondsTransition Metal ClustersMetal-Dioxygen SpeciesCompounds containing M-N2 Units and their Relationship to Nitrogen FixationMetal-Dihydrogen ComplexesPost-Actinide 'Superheavy' ElementsRelativistic EffectsProblemsTHE ELEMENTS OF THE 'p' BLOCKIntroduction and General PropertiesThe First Element in a p GroupThe Remaining Elements of the p GroupThe Boron Group, ns2np1The Carbon Group, ns2np2The Nitrogen Group, ns2np3The Oxygen Group, ns2np4The Fluorine Group, ns2np5 (The Halogens)The Helium GroupBonding in Main Group Compounds: the Use of d OrbitalsProblemsSELECTED TOPICS IN MAIN GROUP CHEMISTRY AND BONDINGThe Formation of Bonds Between Like Main Group AtomsPolysulfur and Polyselenium Rings and ChainsNets and Linked RingsCluster Compounds of the p Block ElementsPolynuclear Ions and the Acid Strength of Preparation MediaSilicates, Aluminosilicates and Related MaterialsMultiple Bonds Involving Heavier Main Group ElementsCommentary on VSEPRBonding in Compounds of the Heavier Main Group ElementsGENERAL TOPICSElectron Density DeterminationsMetal-Polychalcogenide CompoundsFullerenes, Nanotubes and Carbon 'Onions' - New Forms of Elemental CarbonDendrimeric MoleculesBIOLOGICAL, MEDICINAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRYBiological Inorganic ChemistryMedicinal Inorganic ChemistryEnvironmental Inorganic ChemistryAPPENDICESINDEXRELATIVE ATOMIC MASSESPERIODIC TABLE OF THE ELEMENTS
Responsibility: K. M. Mackay, R. A. Mackay, W. Henderson, Department of Chemistry, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.


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