This note explains the following topics: Structure of the Atom, UD Closed for Snow, Electronic Configurations, Rationalizing Periodic Trends, Simple Bonding Models, Symmetry Operations and Point Groups, Point Groups and Character Tables, Group Theory and Molecular Vibrations, Molecular Orbital Theory, Acid-Base Chemistry, Coordination Chemistry, CFT and Magnetism, Ligand Field Theory, Metal Carbonyl Chemistry, Dissociative Reaction Mechanisms, Organometallic Reaction Mechanisms.
Author(s): Prof. Joel Rosenthal
This guide shows the list of inorganic compounds with their IUPAC systematic names, traditiona names, Properties, Uses, History, Safety and Toxicology.
This book explains an overview of chemical reagents used in inorganic chemical reactions fior the synthesis of different compounds including coordination, transition metal, organometallic, cluster, bioinorganic, and solid-state compounds. This book will be helpful for the graduate students, teachers, and researchers, and chemistry professionals who are interested to fortify and expand their knowledge about sol-gel preparation and application, porphyrin and phthalocyanine, carbon nanotube nanohybrids, triple bond between arsenic and group 13 elements, and N-heterocyclic carbene and its heavier analogues.
Author(s): Chandraleka Saravanan
This note explains the following topics: The Periodic Table, Modern Periodic Law, Electronic Configuration, Ionisation Energy, Electron Affinity, Electronegativity, Hydrogen, Ionic or Salt, Hydrogen Bonding, General Physical and Chemical Characteristics of the Alkali Metals, Compounds Alkali Metals, Solvation of Alkali Metal Ions, Alkaline Earth Metals, Reactivity of Alkaline Earth Metals, Complexing Behaviour of Alkaline Earth Metals.
Author(s): National Open University of Nigeria
This book provides an overview of chemical vapor deposition methods and recent advances in developing novel materials for application in various fields. Some of the chapters included highlight current limitations in the CVD methods and offer alternatives in developing coatings through overcoming these limitations.
Author(s): Sudheer Neralla
This book, Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry Researches of Metal Compounds, collects research articles, review articles, and tutorial description about metal compounds. To perspective contemporary researches of inorganic chemistry widely, the kinds of metal elements and compounds or simple substance to be focused are not limited. In this way, review chapters of current researches are collected in this book.
Author(s): Takashiro Akitsu
This note deals with the synthesis and behavior of inorganic and organometallic compounds. Also covers all chemical compounds except the myriad organic compounds which are the subjects of organic chemistry.
Author(s): Tim Hubin
This book covers the following topics: Chemical Bonding, Molecular Orbital Theory, Acid-Base Chemistry, Redox Stability and Redox Reactions, Coordination Chemistry and Crystal Field Theory, Metals and Alloys Structure, Bonding, Electronic and Magnetic Properties, Metals and Alloys Mechanical Properties, Ionic and Covalent Solids - Structures, Ionic and Covalent Solids - Energetics , Electronic Properties of Materials Superconductors and Semiconductors, Basic Science of Nanomaterials.
This note is intended primarily as an introduction to inorganic chemistry for undergraduate students. Topics covered will include: atomic structures, periodic trends, symmetry and group theory, inorganic solids, molecular orbital theory, molecular structure, acid-base chemistry, and band theory.
Author(s): Professor Peidong Yang
This note covers the following topics: Cleanroom and Vacuum Technology, Wafer Substrate Materials, Physical Vapor Deposition, UV Lithography, Silicon Doping, Dry Etching, Optical Lithography - Resolution Enhancement, Surface Micromachining, Capacitive Sensors - Electrostatic Actuators, Wafer Bonding, Chemical Vapor Deposition, Wet Etching, Piezoresistive Sensors, Pressure Sensors, Thermal MEMS and MOEMS.
Author(s): Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel
Unit 1, which utilises the concept of electronic configuration of the elements, you can review the classification of elements into metals, non-metals and metalloids as well as into s, p, d, and f blocks of the periodic table. This will be followed by a study of the atomic structures and general trends across a period and down a group in unit 2. Unit 3 examines general properties of s- and p- block elements. Unit 4 evaluates the abundance, occurrence and the extractions of the elements.
Author(s): Kowenje Chrispin
This note provides an introduction to inorganic chemistry with a focus on fundamentals of atomic and molecular structure and descriptive inorganic chemistry , structure/geometries of small molecules, bonding theories both in inorganic molecules and in the solid state. Major topics covered includes: Electrons in atoms, Energy Levels, Quantum Numbers, Magnetism, Electrons in Molecules, Lone Pair Repulsions, Symmetry in Molecules, Molecular Orbitals and Diatomics, Acids and Bases, Crystalline Solid State, Main Group Chemistry and Coordination Chemistry.
Author(s): Prof. Marcetta Y. Darensbourg
This note covers the following topics in inorganic chemistry: Atomic Structure, Symmetry and Group Theory, Molecular Orbitals, Crystalline Solid State, Acid- Base and Donor Acceptor Chemistry, Chemistry of the Main Group Element, Coordination Chemistry.
Author(s): Prof. Robert L. Carter
This laboratory manual contains, in addition to the experiments ordinarily found in books of this class, a large number of new experiments that have been designed to illustrate the general principles which are being more and more emphasized in elementary instruction in chemistry.
Author(s): James Flack Norris, Kenneth Lamartine Mark
This book is divided in to three parts. Part I: contains a brief sketch of the fundamental principles and theories upon which the science of modem chemistry is built. Part II: consists of the study of the four typical elements, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon, and of their more important compounds. In Part III, the elements are treated systematically, according to the periodic classification.
Author(s): George S Newth
This note covers the following topics in inorganic chemistry: Molecular Geometry, Main Group Elements, Electronic Configurations, d-block Transition Metals, Crystal Field Theory, Ligand Field Theory,f-block Transition Metals, Organometallic Chemistry and Coordination Complexes.
Author(s): Chemistry department, UC Davis
This note covers the following topics: introduction and theory, aluminum chemistry, phosphorus , gallium and indium , gallium multiple bonds , gallium phosphorus and tin , nitrogen halogens noble gases , fluorine krypton , relativistic effects , gold fluorine xenon.
Author(s): Prof. Christopher Cummins,MIT
In this book the author has tried to describe minimum chemical facts and concepts that are necessary to understand modern inorganic chemistry.
Author(s): Taro Saito
This note covers the following topics: special aspects of the solid state, Structure of solids, Basic crystallography, Characterization of solids: diffraction techniques, electron microscopy, spectroscopy, thermal analysis, Bonding in solids, Real structure of crystals, defects, Electrical, magnetic and optical properties, Synthesis of solids, Structure -property relations.
This note covers the following topics: Structure of solids, Simple close packed structures: metals, Basic structure types, complex structures, Structure of nanomaterials.
This book explains essential ideas about redox reactions, and covers the trends in Period 3 and Groups 1, 2, 4 and 7 of the Periodic Table. Also explains the lengthy sections on the chemistry of some important complex ions, and of common transition metals, Extraction and uses of aluminium, copper, iron, titanium and tungsten.
Author(s): Jim Clark
This book Covers basic atomic properties (electronic structures, ionisation energies, electron affinities, atomic and ionic radii, and the atomic hydrogen emission spectrum), bonding (including intermolecular bonding) and structures (ionic, molecular, giant covalent and metallic).
Author(s): Jim Clark
This note explains the Laboratory Practice related to the following: The Group Ia to VIIa Elements, Pseudohalogens and Pseudohalides, The Group Ib to VIIIb Elements, Classification of the Cations and Anions, Testing for a Single Cation in Solution, Testing for a Single Anion in Solution, Separating and Identifying the Cations.
Author(s): Dr. Pasinszki Tibor
This note provides a good understanding and retention of basic chemical principles and factual knowledge in the core areas of chemistry and demonstrate the ability to apply basic mathematics and basic chemical principles to find solutions to quantitative problems and situations.
Author(s): Dr. Michael Lufaso
The course note will provide you with the necessary skills to understand the theoretical basis of structure and bonding as well as the physical and chemical properties of inorganic compounds. Topics coverd includes: Review of Quantum Mechanics, Basic Concepts about molecules, Symmetry and Group Theory, Bonding in Polyatomic molecules, Acid-Base and Donor-Acceptor Chemistry, d-block metal chemistry, Bioinorganic chemistry and Organometallic Chemistry.
Author(s): Dr. Michael J. Prushan
This note provides a systematic presentation of the chemical applications of group theory with emphasis on the formal development of the subject and its applications to the physical methods of inorganic chemical compounds.
Author(s): Prof. Daniel Nocera