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Description: Principles of Inorganic Chemistry predicates on an account of fundamental principles and their applications to the study of elements. The comparative chemistry of inorganic compounds is discussed with special reference to periodicity, structure, bonding and reactivity. Recent advances in important segments of chemical bonding, allotropes, coordination compounds, organometallic derivatives and kinetics have been taken into consideration. The text covers almost every component of inorganic chemistry that is included in the curriculum prescribed for professional degrees. It disseminates information in a clear, systematic and easy-to-learn format. The basic structure of the present text is same as that of its earlier edition. Yet, we have rearranged a good number of sections and updated the concepts and theories pertaining to the chemistry of elements. Two new chapters, viz. ?Redox Reactions? and ?Bioinorganic Chemistry? have been incorporated in this edition. Several new topics, including term symbols, lithium batteries, polymerization isomers and fluxional behaviours of organometallics find a place in the text. Inorganic compounds belonging to such classifications as nitrides, phosphazenes and oxides too have been added. The principles governing inorganic chemistry have been contextualized in a simple and clear format. Contents: Preface to the Second Edition ? Preface to the First Edition ? Abbreviations Chapter 1 Atomic Structure: Introduction ? The Electron ? The Proton ? The Neutron ? The Nucleus ? Rutherford Model of Atom ? Electromagnetic Radiation ? Wave Nature of Light ? Particle Nature of Light ? Proofs of particle nature of light ? Photoelectric effect ? Compton effect ? Electromagnetic Spectrum ? Atomic Spectrum ? Failure of Rutherford Model ? Bohr Model of Atom ? Bohr?s picture of hydrogen atom ? Bohr?s explanation for hydrogen spectrum ? Failure of Bohr model ? Particle Nature of Electron ? Wave Nature of Electron ? de Broglie Principle ? Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle ? Schrödinger Wave Equation ? Quantum Numbers ? Principal quantum number ? Azimuthal quantum number ? Magnetic quantum number ? Spin quantum number ? Transformation of Coordinates ? Significance of Wave Function ? Significance of Probability Concept ? Pauli Exclusion Principle ? Hund?s Rule of Maximum Multiplicity ? Aufbau Principle ? Term Symbols Chapter 2 Periodic Table: Introduction ? The Classification ? s-Block elements ? Representative elements ? Transition elements ? Inner transition elements ? Size of Elements ? Atomic radii ? Ionic radii ? Ionization Energy Electron ? Affinity ? Electronegativity ? Variation of electronegativity ? Electronegativity scales ? Pauling scale ? Mulliken scale ? Allred?Rochow scale ? Jaffé scale ? Slater Rules ? Relativistic Effect ? Nomenclature of Elements with Atomic Numbers ? Greater than 100 Chapter 3 Chemical Bonding: Introduction ? Ionic Bond ? Lattice energy ? Born?Haber cycle ? The Kapustinskii equation ? Degree of ionic character ? Fajans? rules ? Stoichiometric defects in ionic crystals ? Schottky defects ? Frenkel defects ? Consequences of stoichiometric defects ? Non-stoichiometric defects in ionic crystals ? Metal excess due to anion vacancies ? Metal excess due to interstitial cations ? Metal deficiency due to cation vacancies ? Metal deficiency due to interstitial anions ? Consequences of non-stoichiometric defects ? Radius ratio concept ? Coordination number 3 (plane triangle) ? Coordination number 4 (tetrahedral) ? Coordination number 6 (octahedral) ? Coordination number 8 (cubic) ? Limitations of radius ratio concept ? Covalent Bond ? Valence bond theory ? Hybridization ? Valence shell electron pair repulsion theory ? Molecular orbital theory ? Polar covalent bonds ? Dipole moment ? Resonance ? Bond length ? Bond angle ? Metallic Bond ? Theories Printed Pages: 872. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 87870
Titel: Principles of Inorganic Chemistry (Second ...
Verlag: Viva Books Private Limited
Auflage: 2nd edition.