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Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry

Small book cover: Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry

Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry

Publisher: Wikibooks

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This textbook is intended for use in a first semester course in inorganic chemistry, covering the basic concepts in structure, bonding, and properties that underlie the field. The objective of this book is for students to understand how to use valence bond theory, crystal field theory, and molecular orbital theory to describe bonding in inorganic compounds, learn periodic trends in redox and acid-base equilibria, and learn the structures of solid elements and simple compounds.

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