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Concise Inorganic Chemistry 5e

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The fifth edition of this classic textbook has been extensively revised, but remains faithful to the principles that established it as a favourite among teachers and students around the world. The book is divided into six parts: theoretical concepts and hydrogen, thes–block, thep–block, thed–block, thef–block, and other topics (the nucleus and spectra). An important aspect of the book is its focus on the commercial exploitation of inorganic chemicals, something other textbooks do not cover, and this coverage has been expanded for the fifth edition. The treatment of the inorganic aspects of environmental chemistry has also been extended.

The New edition of this classic book has been thoroughly revised, but remains faithful to the principles that have established it as a favorite among teachers and students around the world. It provides a concise and relevant treatment of inorganic chemistry and is written with such clarity that it is undoubtedly among the easiest to read of its competitors.

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  • PDF | 1070 pages
  • Lee(Author)
  • John Wiley & Sons; 5 edition (22 Jan. 1999)
  • English
  • 9
  • Science & Nature

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  • By Kyle Taylor on 20 September 2005

    I am just going into my second year of chemistry, and was recommended this book on my reading lists, and as first years do, just bought the (in my case 3) books on the reading list sent to me before I started. Whilst I regret spending 50 quid on Morisson and Boyd's Organic Chemistry, I feel Lee's Inorganic Chemistry makes up for it. Reading around reviews of other books it seems no other inorganic text books as a whole are deemed as particularly useful, with most people saying 'I didn't use it more than twice over my whole course'. Well, if your undergraduate course has any inorganic chemistry aspects, certainly in the first year anyway, this book will cater to your needs. I had a spell of inorganic practicals and used this book for each write up, I would have been lost without it. It's logically ordered and quite easy to navigate around. The only critisism I can make is that it could be a little more colourful perhaps, to make it a bit more accessible and fun to use, but if you aren't bothered about fun and colourful diagrams etc, and just want some hard information to back up your practicals or research a topic, this is the one for you. I certainly have more faith in this book than reviewers of other books seem to have in the books they reviewed!

  • By Karen S. on 9 May 2015

    Really good condition

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