• INORGANIC CHEMISTRY by SAHOO, BALARAM , NAYAK, NIMAI CHARAN, SAMANTARAY, ASUTOSH , PUJAPANDA, PRAFULLA KUMAR by Mediametics

INORGANIC CHEMISTRY by SAHOO, BALARAM , NAYAK, NIMAI CHARAN, SAMANTARAY, ASUTOSH , PUJAPANDA, PRAFULLA KUMAR by Mediametics

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This comprehensive text covers the course curriculum of inorganic chemistry for undergraduate (honours) and postgraduate students. It explains the traditional concepts and principles of chemistry as well as the properties and reactions of the elements and their compounds.

Divided into four parts, the book gives a cohesive knowledge about chemistry beginning with the atomic structure, bonding and molecules and then proceeding to a study of physical and chemical properties of non-transition and transition elements, and finally concluding with some special topics and emerging areas of inorganic chemistry such as non-aqueous solvents, organometallic compounds and bioinorganic chemistry. The structures of compounds have been discussed in the light of advances in structural inorganic chemistry including valence bond, molecular orbital theory and more particularly ligand field theory.

The book explains the subject in a clear, direct and understandable way to the students. It is profusely illustrated and provides numerous chapter-end exercises aimed at developing a sound understanding of the subject.

About the Author

SAHOO, BALARAM

BALARAM SAHOO, PhD, was Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, and is recognized as an excellent teacher. He has made outstanding contributions in “Photochemical isolation of Uranium (IV) compounds and synthesis of polynuclear complexes and their magneto chemical studies”. His research in the field of macrocyclic and encapsulated complexes stands out as something phenomenal. He is the author of World of Chemical Elements and Principles and Problems of Chemistry which have encouraged many young readers’ interest in chemistry. He is an expository writer of popular science essays and pedagogical articles.


NAYAK, NIMAI CHARAN

NIMAI CHARAN NAYAK, PhD, was Principal and Professor at Dhenkanal Autonomous College, Odisha. He began his research and teaching career at Ravenshaw College, Cuttack (now Ravenshaw University). His research on kinetics and mechanism of inorganic complex reactions has been highly acclaimed. His book in collaboration with Professor Sahoo on Principles and Problems of Chemistry has inspired students in solving chemical problems. He is a prolific writer in Popular Science.


SAMANTARAY, ASUTOSH

ASUTOSH SAMANTARAY, PhD, is Professor and Head, Postgraduate Department of Chemistry, Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology, Bhubaneswar, Odisha. He is the member of several scientific societies of repute. His research work on metal complexes has attracted significant attention. He has co-authored a book Concepts of Chemistry which is prescribed to the students at college level for introductory courses. Also, he has authored a number of review articles on environ-mental science.

PUJAPANDA, PRAFULLA KUMAR

PRAFULLA KUMAR PUJAPANDA, PhD, was Reader and Head, Department of Chemistry, Dhenkanal Autonomous College, Odisha. He has a teaching experience of over three decades and has served various colleges in Odisha. He received his doctorate from Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur. His contribution to research on macrocyclic metal complexes has been extraordinary. He has authored many scientific reviews and popular scientific articles.

Contents

Preface. PART ONE: FUNDAMENTALS OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY—1. The Atom. 2. Elements and their Cosmic Genesis. 3. Atomic Structure. 4. Periodic Table. 5. Theories of Chemical Bonding. 6. Molecular Symmetry and Group Theory. PART TWO: CHEMISTRY OF NON-TRANSITION ELEMENTS—7. Hydrogen. 8. Elements of Group 1—Alkali Metals [Lithium, Sodium, Potassium, Rubidium, Caesium and Francium]. 9. Elements of Group 2—Alkaline Earth Metals [Beryllium, Magnesium, Calcium, Strontium, Barium and Radium]. 10. Elements of Group 13 [Boron, Aluminium, Gallium, Indium and Thallium]. 11. Elements of Group 14 [Carbon, Silicon, Germanium, Tin and Lead]. 12. Elements of Group 15 [Nitrogen]. 13. Elements of Group 16 [Oxygen]. 14. Elements of Group 17 [Halogens]. 15. Elements of Group 18 [Noble Gases]. PART THREE: CHEMISTRY OF TRANSITION ELEMENTS—16. Transition Metals and Co-ordination Compounds. 17. Theories of Transition Metal Complexes. 18. Kinetics and Mechanism of Inorganic Reactions. 19. Scandium. 20. Titanium. 21. Vanadium. 22. Chromium. 23. Manganese. 24. Iron. 25. Cobalt. 26. Nickel. 27. Copper. 28. Silver and Gold. 29. Zinc, Cadmium and Mercury. 30. Yttrium. 31. Zirconium and Hafnium. 32. Niobium and Tantalum. 33. Molybdenum and Tungsten. 34. Technetium and Rhenium. 35. Ruthenium and Osmium. 36. Rhodium and Iridium. 37. Palladium and Platinum. 38. Lanthanide and Actinide Elements. PART FOUR: SOME SPECIAL TOPICS—39. Non-aqueous Solvents. 40. Organo-metallic Compounds. 41. Complexes of -acceptor Ligands. 42. Bioinorganic Chemistry. Index.



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INORGANIC CHEMISTRY by SAHOO, BALARAM , NAYAK, NIMAI CHARAN, SAMANTARAY, ASUTOSH , PUJAPANDA, PRAFULLA KUMAR by Mediametics

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