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Bonding, Structure and Solid-State Chemistry

Mark Ladd

March 2016

ISBN: 9780198729952

560 pages
Paperback
246x189mm

In Stock

Price: £32.50

The book begins with the first principles of Bonding, Structure and Solid State Chemistry, and can be appreciated by non-specialists. The study is aided by carefully prepared problems with fully worked solutions. It provides a suite of computer programs devised especially for the book.

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The book begins with the first principles of Bonding, Structure and Solid State Chemistry, and can be appreciated by non-specialists. The study is aided by carefully prepared problems with fully worked solutions. It provides a suite of computer programs devised especially for the book.

  • Class-tested, introductory undergraduate text, working from first principles
  • Plentifully illustrated, including stereoscopic diagrams
  • Problems provided for each chapter along with fully worked solutions
  • Pre-knowledge at A-level in mathematics and physical sciences
  • Includes computer programs specifically devised for this book

About the Author(s)

Mark Ladd, Formerly Head of Chemical Physics, University of Surrey, UK

Dr. Mark Ladd, Formerly Head of Chemical Physics, University of Surry, UK.

Table of Contents

    1: Preamble
    2: Covalent compounds
    3: Molecular compounds
    4: Ionic compounds
    5: Metallic compounds
    6: Nanoscience and nanotechnology
    7: Computer-aided chemistry
    Tutorial Solutions
    Appendices

Reviews

"Ladd's reputation for writing teaching text books is excellent. His new book makes a welcome and timely addition for core teaching in the physical sciences." - Judith A.K. Howard, Durham University

"This book is an engrossing and engaging read. Complementing and building on modern classic texts; this volume bridges the gaps between bonding theory and the structure of solids. It will prove a useful text for students and established researchers alike and furthermore is an extremely rewarding book to dip into." - Duncan Gregory, University of Glasgow

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