Inorganic Chemistry in Tables

Read [Nataliya Turova Book] Inorganic Chemistry in Tables Online PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free. Inorganic Chemistry in Tables The present supplement to Inorganic Chemistry courses is developed in the form of reference schemes, presenting the information on one or several related element derivatives and their mutual transformations within one double-sided sheet. The present tables should serve as a useful addition to textbooks and lectures.. The mutual transformations are displayed by arrows accompanied by the reagents or other factors responsible for the reaction (red arrows mean oxidation, green arrows mean reduction,

Inorganic Chemistry in Tables

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Rating : 4.41 (617 Votes)
Asin : 3642204864
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 157 Pages
Publish Date : 2013-05-03
Language : English

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The present supplement to Inorganic Chemistry courses is developed in the form of reference schemes, presenting the information on one or several related element derivatives and their mutual transformations within one double-sided sheet. The present tables should serve as a useful addition to textbooks and lectures.. The mutual transformations are displayed by arrows accompanied by the reagents or other factors responsible for the reaction (red arrows mean oxidation, green arrows mean reduction, black arrows – if the oxidation number is not changed). The compounds are placed from left to right corresponding to the increase in the formal oxidation number of the element considered. The position of each compound in this sch

Her main work concerns investigating synthesis, physical and chemical properties and structure of metal alkoxides as well as theoretical principles of their use for  the preparation of oxides by sol-gel method. Soc., Chem. She is the author of more than 400 articles published in Russian and international academic

Excellent, exaustive and clear Excellent and exaustive summary of inorganic chemistry concentrated in relatively few (about 150) pages.It contains a huge amount of data about chemical elements very well organized.

The present tables should serve as a useful addition to textbooks and lectures. The mutual transformations are displayed by arrows accompanied by the reagents or other factors responsible for the reaction (red arrows mean oxidation, green arrows mean reduction, black arrows – if the oxidation number is not changed). Modern training programs require the mastering of a tremendous amount of data. For each distinct oxidation state the upper position in the column is occupied by an oxide, its hydrated forms, followed then by basic (and oxo-) and normal salts. The compounds are placed from left to right corresponding to the increase in the formal oxidation number of the element considered. The

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