By Glen E. Rodgers
This confirmed booklet introduces the fundamentals of coordination, solid-state, and descriptive main-group chemistry in a uniquely obtainable demeanour, that includes a "less is extra" method. in line with the "less is extra" philosophy, the booklet doesn't evaluation issues coated regularly chemistry, yet relatively strikes at once into issues vital to inorganic chemistry. Written in a conversational prose sort that's stress-free and straightforward to appreciate, this publication offers not just the elemental theories and techniques of inorganic chemistry (in 3 self-standing sections), but additionally loads of the historical past and functions of the self-discipline. This variation positive aspects new paintings, extra diverse functions, and a brand new icon process. And to raised support readers know the way the probably disparate issues of the periodical desk attach, the e-book bargains revised insurance of the author's "Network of Interconnected principles" on new complete colour endpapers, in addition to on a handy tear-out card.
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What was the chain theory? Why did it lose out to Werner’s coordination theory? Could these comparatively new and different compounds be accounted for using the ideas that had worked so well for organic chemists? How did the ideas concerning atomic and molecular structure ultimately contribute to an understanding of these compounds? We take up the answers to such questions in the next section. 2 THE HISTORY OF COORDINATION COMPOUNDS Early Compounds At the very end of the eighteenth century, Tassaert—a French chemist so obscure in the history of chemistry that his first name remains unknown—observed that ammonia combined with a cobalt ore to yield a reddish-brown product.
Others, however, work in quite different laboratories equipped with complicated instruments often interfaced with powerful computers. Still others, also classified well within the realm of chemistry, hardly ever step into a laboratory of any kind, except perhaps as a place to meet and engage their colleagues. In the process of trying to make some sense of this proud and storied science, one quickly learns that it is commonly divided into subdisciplines such as biological, physical, analytical, organic, and inorganic.
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Descriptive Inorganic, Coordination, and Solid-State Chemistry, Third Edition by Glen E. Rodgers