Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry: Key ideas and their experimental basis
by Peter G. Nelson
Publisher: BookBoon 2011
Number of pages: 177
Contents: Introduction; The relative importance of different elements; Classification of elements into metals and nonmetals; Binary compounds; On the nature of the limiting types of binary compound; Types of formula; Classification of elements according to the electrochemical series; Valency; Pseudo-binary compounds; The Periodic Table; etc.
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