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PRINCIPLES OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Discover the foundational principles of inorganic chemistry with this intuitively organized new edition of a celebrated textbook

In the newly revised Second Edition of Principles of Inorganic Chemistry, experienced researcher and chemist Dr. Brian W. Pfennig delivers an accessible and engaging exploration of inorganic chemistry perfect for sophomore-level students. This redesigned book retains all of the rigor of the first edition but reorganizes it to assist readers with learning and retention. In-depth boxed sections include original mathematical derivations for more advanced students, while topics like atomic and molecular term symbols, symmetry coordinates in vibrational spectroscopy, polyatomic MO theory, band theory, and Tanabe-Sugano diagrams are all covered.

Readers will find many worked examples throughout the text, as well as numerous unanswered problems at varying levels of difficulty. Informative, colorful illustrations also help to highlight and explain the concepts discussed within.

The new edition includes an increased emphasis on the comparison of the strengths and weaknesses of different chemical models, the interconnectedness of valence bond theory and molecular orbital theory, as well as a more thorough discussion of the atoms in molecules topological model.

Readers will also find:

A thorough introduction to and treatment of group theory, with an emphasis on its applications to chemical bonding and spectroscopy

A comprehensive exploration of chemical bonding that compares and contrasts the traditional classification of ionic, covalent, and metallic bonding

In-depth examinations of atomic and molecular orbitals and a nuanced discussion of the interrelationship between VBT, MOT, and band theory

A section on the relationship between a molecule's structure and bonding and its chemical reactivity

With its in-depth boxed discussions, this textbook is also ideal for senior undergraduate and first-year graduate students in inorganic chemistry, Principles of Inorganic Chemistry is a must-have resource for anyone seeking a principles-based approach with theoretical depth. Furthermore, it will be useful for students of physical chemistry, materials science, and chemical physics.

**Auteur**

**Brian W. Pfennig, PhD,** has 25 years of experience teaching advanced general chemistry, inorganic chemistry, and organometallic photochemistry at colleges including Franklin and Marshall, Haverford, Vassar, and Ursinus.

**Texte du rabat**

**Discover the foundational principles of inorganic chemistry with this intuitively organized new edition of a celebrated textbook**

In the newly revised Second Edition of *Principles of Inorganic Chemistry*, experienced researcher and chemist Dr. Brian W. Pfennig delivers an accessible and engaging exploration of inorganic chemistry perfect for sophomore-level students. This redesigned book retains all of the rigor of the first edition but reorganizes it to assist readers with learning and retention. In-depth boxed sections include original mathematical derivations for more advanced students, while topics like atomic and molecular term symbols, symmetry coordinates in vibrational spectroscopy, polyatomic MO theory, band theory, and Tanabe-Sugano diagrams are all covered. Readers will find many worked examples throughout the text, as well as numerous unanswered problems at varying levels of difficulty. Informative, colorful illustrations also help to highlight and explain the concepts discussed within. The new edition includes an increased emphasis on the comparison of the strengths and weaknesses of different chemical models, the interconnectedness of valence bond theory and molecular orbital theory, as well as a more thorough discussion of the atoms in molecules topological model. Readers will also find:

- A thorough introduction to and treatment of group theory, with an emphasis on its applications to chemical bonding and spectroscopy
- A comprehensive exploration of chemical bonding that compares and contrasts the traditional classification of ionic, covalent, and metallic bonding
- In-depth examinations of atomic and molecular orbitals and a nuanced discussion of the interrelationship between VBT, MOT, and band theory
- A section on the relationship between a molecule's structure and bonding and its chemical reactivity With its in-depth boxed discussions, this textbook is also ideal for senior undergraduate and first-year graduate students in inorganic chemistry,
*Principles of Inorganic Chemistry*is a must-have resource for anyone seeking a principles-based approach with theoretical depth. Furthermore, it will be useful for students of physical chemistry, materials science, and chemical physics.

**Résumé****PRINCIPLES OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY** **Discover the foundational principles of inorganic chemistry with this intuitively organized new edition of a celebrated textbook** In the newly revised Second Edition of

- A thorough introduction to and treatment of group theory, with an emphasis on its applications to chemical bonding and spectroscopy
- A comprehensive exploration of chemical bonding that compares and contrasts the traditional classification of ionic, covalent, and metallic bonding
- In-depth examinations of atomic and molecular orbitals and a nuanced discussion of the interrelationship between VBT, MOT, and band theory
- A section on the relationship between a molecule's structure and bonding and its chemical reactivity With its in-depth boxed discussions, this textbook is also ideal for senior undergraduate and first-year graduate students in inorganic chemistry,
*Principles of Inorganic Chemistry*is a must-have resource for anyone seeking a principles-based approach with theoretical depth. Furthermore, it will be useful for students of physical chemistry, materials science, and chemical physics.

**Contenu**

Preface to the Second Edition xiii

Acknowledgments xv

**Chapter 1 The Structure of Matter 1**

1.1 Science as an Art Form 1

1.2 Atomism 5

1.3 The Anatomy of an Atom 8

1.4 The Periodic Table of the Elements 14

1.5 The Nucleus 17

1.6 Nuclear Reactions 20

1.7 Radioactive Decay and the Band of Stability 23

1.8 The Shell Model of the Nucleus 29

1.9 The Origin of the Elements 32

1.9.1 The Big Bang 32

1.9.2 Big Bang Nucleosynthesis 32

1.9.3 Stellar Nucleosynthesis 33

1.9.4 The s-Process and the r-Process 37

Exercises 39

Bibliography 41

**Chapter 2 The Structure of the Atom 43**

2.1 The Wave-Like Properties of Light 43

2.2 The Electromagnetic Spectrum 44

2.3 The Interference of Waves 45

2.4 The Line Spectrum of Hydrogen 48

2.5 Energy Leve…

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Principles of Inorganic Chemistry

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