Summary: The bestselling textbook inorganic chemistry text on the market covers both theoretical and descriptive aspects of the subject, and emphasizes experimental methods, industrial applications, and modern topics.
New Author Team
- Joining coauthors Duward Shriver and Peter Atkins are
- Tina Overton (University of Hull)
- John Rourke (Warwick University)
- Mark Weller (University of So ...show moreuth Hampton)
- Fraser Armstrong (Oxford University)
- with Paul Salvador (Carnegie Mellon Univ), Mike Hagerman (Union College), Ed Stiefel (Princeton Univeristy) and Tom Spiro (Princeton University)
New! Inorganic Chemistry web site at www.whfreeman.com/ichem
- New Chapter 1 defines the broad spectrum of inorganic chemistry and indicates to students the overlaps between inorganic, organic and physical chemistry.
- New Chapter 6, Techniques introduces the ways in which the structure and properties of inorganic materials are determined, with numerous contemporary examples illustrating how these techniques aid our understanding of chemistry.
- New chapter in Part 3 Frontiers*
- --*Chapter 24, Nanomaterials, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
New boxes, making the text more current and compelling, highlighting
- All art and diagrams from the text
- Online quizzing featuring multiple-choice questions (with instant feedback) for each chapter
- Sample solutions to some of the problems in the text
- Primary reference material
New pedagogy designed to make the material more accessible while sharpening students' problem-solving and critical thinking skills. These include
- the latest and most interesting applications
- areas in which inorganic, organic, and physical chemistry overlap and complement each other
- important laboratory techniques
- historical aspects of inorganic chemistry
- Chapter opening paragraphs connecting the chapter to previous and future topics. These will help students learn central ideas, organize thoughts and tie concepts together.
- 'Top-line' summaries that clearly state learning objectives at the beginning of each section (formerly bottom line summaries)
- 'Hints' in problem-solving questions that help students get started in the right direction when working through problems.
- The Cutting Edge sections at the end of each chapter to help students understand the dynamic nature of inorganic chemistry
- New end-of-chapter summaries with checkboxes
- New chapter objectives and key points.
- Literature-based questions, requiring students to access original published research for the answers.
New richer explanations of mathematics, to bring students up to the appropriate level of understanding the role of math in inorganic chemistry ...show lessEdition/Copyright: 4TH 06
Publisher: W.H. Freeman
Year Published: 2006
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