Characterisation Methods in Inorganic Chemistry provides a fresh alternative to the existing descriptive and theoretical inorganic chemistry texts by using a technique-based, problem-solving approach to show how analytical methods are used to characterise the structures and properties of inorganic compounds.
Mark T. Weller, Professor of Energy Materials, University of Bath, and Nigel A. Young, Senior Lecturer in Inorganic Chemistry, University of Hull
Mark Weller is Professor of Chemistry at the University of Bath. His research interests cover a wide range of synthetic inorganic chemistry and characterisation methods. He is the author of over 300 primary literature publications and has taught both inorganic chemistry and physical chemistry methods at undergraduate and postgraduate levels for over 30 years covering a wide range of topics in materials chemistry, crystallography and analytical techniques. He is a co-author of OUP's Inorganic Chemistry , now in its sixth edition.
Nigel Young is Senior Lecturer in Inorganic Chemistry at the University of Hull. His research interests, resulting in over 75 papers and reviews, include matrix isolation techniques to stabilise and characterise highly reactive and unstable species, and the application of X-ray absorption spectroscopy to structural problems within inorganic and materials chemistry. He has taught a wide range of inorganic chemistry, spectroscopy and bonding courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level for over 25 years.
I have never read a book with such a wide scope and coverage. - Dr Paul Gates, University of Bristol
I believe the problem solving approach is absolutely the best way to teach this kind of material. - Professor Russell Howe, University of Aberdeen
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