Cotton, Frank Albert, Advanced inorganic chemistry. “A Wiley-Interscience publication." Includes index. 1. Chemistry, Inorganic. I, Wilkinson,. Geoffrey. ADVANCED. INORGANIC. CHEMISTRY. A Comprehensive Text. F. ALBERT COTTON. ROBERT A. WELCH PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY. TEXAS A AND M . View: PDF Advanced Inorganic Chemistry, 6th Edition (Cotton, F. A.; Wilkinson, G.; Murillo, Inorganic chemistry: principles of structure and reactivity, 4th ed.
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The bulk of the book Parts 2 and 3 then covers the periodic table systematically. Apart from the increase in authors each contribute to about one-fourth of the contents other changes have been made to the book since the fifth edition. For example, the chapter on boron chemistry has been rewritten by Russell Grimes and some of the broad topical chapters e.
Bioinorganic Chemistry and Organometallic Compounds have been removed and the topics dealt with on an element to element basis.
In its arrangement of material the sixth edition is therefore more similar to the third edition than the fourth or fifth editions though it is, as expected, more comprehensive.
Recent theoretical advances in the interpretation of structure, bonding and reactivity in inorganic compounds are covered as can be seen by the incorporation of refreshingly up-to-date references, which are given as footnotes to most pages and at the end of each chapter. All molecular diagrams, tables and equations are clearly presented. This book, which is reasonably priced, will no doubt become a recommended text for many university chemistry courses.
It is both comprehensive and authoritative and provides a wealth of information in inorganic chemistry for both the student and the professional chemist.