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Summary of Contents [Chapter vise]

Chapter 1. What Is Inorganic Chemistry?

  • Inorganic Chemistry, the Beginnings

  • Inorganic Chemistry, an Example

  • Chemical Structure of Zeolites and Other Chemical System

  • Chemical Reactivity

  • Conclusion

Chapter 2. The Structure of the Atom

  • The Hydrogen Atom

  • The Polyelectronic Atom

Chapter 3. Symmetry and Group Theory

  • Symmetry Elements and Symmetry Operations

  • Point Groups and Molecular Symmetry

  • Irreducible Representations and Character Table

  • Uses of Point Group Symmetry

  • Crystallography

Chapter 4. Bonding Models in Inorganic Chemistry: 1. Ionic Compounds

  • The Ionic Bond

  • Lattice Energy

  • Size Effects

  • The Predictive Power of Thermochemical Calculations on Ionic Compounds

  • Covalent Character in Predominantly Ionic Bonds

  • Conclusion

Chapter 5. Bonding Models in Inorganic Chemistry: 2. The Covalent Bond

  • Valence Bond Theory

  • Molecular Orbital Theory

  • Electronegativity

Chapter 6. The Structure and Reactivity of Molecules

  • The Structure of Molecules

  • Structure and Hybridization

  • Bond Lengths

  • Experimental Determination of Molecular Structure

  • Some Simple Reactions of Covalently Bonded Molecules

Chapter 7. The Solid State

  • The Structures of Complex Solids

  • Imperfections in Crystals

  • Conductivity in Ionic Solids

  • Solids Held Together by Covalent Bonding

  • Solid-State Materials with Polar Bonds

Chapter 8. Chemical Forces

  • Internuclear Distances and Atomic Radii

  • Types of Chemical Forces

  • Hydrogen Bonding

  • Effects of Chemical Forces

Chapter 9. Acid-Base Chemistry

  • Acid-Base Concepts

  • Measures of Acid-Base Strength

  • Hard and Soft Acid and Bases

Chapter 10. Chemistry in Aqueous and Non-aqueous Solvents

  • Water

  • Non-aqueous Solvent

  • Molten Salts

  • Electrode Potentials and Electromotive Forces

Chapter 11. Coordination Chemistry: Bonding, Spectra, and Magnetism

  • Bonding in Coordination Compounds

  • Valence Bond Theory

  • Crystal Field Theory

  • Molecular Orbital Theory

  • Electronic Spectra of Complexes

  • Magnetic Properties of Complexes

Chapter 12. Coordination Chemistry: Structure

  • Coordination Number 1

  • Coordination Number 2

  • Coordination Number 3

  • Coordination Number 4

  • Coordination Number 5

  • Coordination Number 6

  • Coordination Number 7

  • Coordination Number 8

  • Higher Coordination Numbers

  • Generalizations about Coordination Numbers

  • Linkage Isomerism

  • Other Types of Isomerism

  • The Chelate Effect

Chapter 13. Coordination Chemistry: Reactions, Kinetics, and Mechanism

  • Substitution Reactions in Square Planar complexes

  • Thermodynamic and Kinetic Stability

  • Kinetics of Octahedral Substitution

  • Mechanisms of Redox Reactions

Chapter 14. Some Descriptive Chemistry of the Metals

  • General Periodic Trends

  • Chemistry of the Various of Oxygen States of Transition Metals

  • The Chemistry of Elements Potassium-Zinc: Comparison by Electron Configuration

  • The Chemistry of the Heavier Transition Metals

  • Oxidation States and EMF’s of Groups 1-12

  • The Lanthanide and Actinide Elements

  • Coordination Chemistry

  • The Transactinide Elements

Chapter 15. Organometallic Chemistry

  • The 18-electron Rule

  • Metal Carbonyl Complexes

  • Nitrosyl Complexes

  • Dinitrogen Complexes

  • Metal Alkyls, Carbenes, Carbynes, and Carbides

  • Non-aromatic Alkene and Alkyne Complexes

  • Metallocenes

  • Reactions of Organometallic Complexes

  • Catalysis by Organometallic Compounds

  • Stereochemically Nonrigid Molecules

  • Conclusion

Chapter 16. Inorganic Chains, Rings, Cages and Clusters

  • Chains

  • Rings

  • Cages

  • Boron Cage Compounds

  • Metal Clusters

  • Conclusion

Chapter 17. The Chemistry of the Halogens and the Noble Gases

  • Noble Gas Chemistry

  • Halogens in Positive Oxidation States

  • Halides

  • Pseudohalogens

  • Electrochemistry of the Halogens and Pseudohalogens

Chapter 18. Periodicity

  • First- and Second-Row Anomalies

  • The Use of p Orbital in pi Bonding

  • The Use (or Not) of d Orbitals by Non-metals

  • Reactivity and d Orbital Participation

  • Periodic Anomalies of the Nonmetals and Posttransition Metals

Chapter 19. The Inorganic Chemistry of of Biological Systems

  • Energy Source of Life

  • Metalloporphyrins and Respiration

  • Dioxygen Binding, Transport, and Utilization

  • Electron Transfer Respiration and Photosynthesis

  • Enzymes

  • Nitrogen Fixation

  • The Biochemistry of Iron

  • Essential and Trace Elements in Biological Systems

  • Biochemistry of Nonmetals

  • Medical Chemistry

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