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Published: 06 June 2018

968 Pages | 1455

276x219mm

ISBN: 9780198768128


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Inorganic Chemistry

Seventh Edition

Mark Weller, Tina Overton, Jonathan Rourke, and Fraser Armstrong

  • Written by an experienced and research-active author team, the unique three part structure of this text provides comprehensive coverage of inorganic chemistry from fundamental theory through to cutting-edge interdisciplinary research, making this text the ideal companion for the duration of a student's degree.
  • An extensive range of learning features is provided to support students, including 'notes on good practice', 'brief illustrations', 'context boxes', and 'key points'.
  • Numerous worked examples, self-test questions, exercises, and tutorial problems encourage students to develop vital problem-solving skills.
  • The artwork illustrates the impressive diversity of inorganic compounds and enables students to truly visualise the subject.
  • The book is accompanied by comprehensive Online Resources, which include videos of chemical reactions, answers to exercises from the book, web links, and other useful resources for both students and lecturers.

New to this Edition:

  • The updated 'expanding our horizons' section expands upon the cutting edge research previously included, with an entirely new chapter on green chemistry structured around the 12 principles of green chemistry.
  • Substantial updates to problem solving questions, additional self-tests and walk through explanations develop both factual-recall and problem-solving skills, enabling students to check their understanding of key concepts.
  • Additional context boxes on recent innovations link theory to practice, and help student's understand the real-world significance of inorganic chemistry.
  • The text is augmented by a wider range of innovative online resources, with structures and figures from the book linked to resources on www.chemtube3D.com.
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