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Download Citation on ResearchGate | Holleman-Wiberg's Inorganic Chemistry ( edited by Wiberg, Nils) | Comprehensive inorganic chemistry text. Keywords. Founded by Holleman, Arnold F. Continued by Wiberg, Nils / Wiberg, Egon eBook (PDF): nd compl. rev. ed. This textbook for inorganic chemistry conveys information both on basic principles and on substances in inorganic and . [Holleman/Wiberg's Inorganic Chemistry. eBook (PDF): For decades, the "Holleman/Wiberg" has provided comprehensive coverage of inorganic and.
Now in its st printing, Inorganic Chemistry provides an authoritative and comprehensive reference for graduate students, as well as chemists and scientists in fields related to chemistry such as physics, biology, geology, pharmacy, and medicine. Translated for the first time into English, Holleman and Wiberg's book is a bestseller in Germany, where every chemist knows and values it.
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Please try again later. Paperback Verified download. Awesome book! It is concise and covers almost everything in inorganic chemistry.
It is a good reference for professionals working in both chemical engineering and science, and even for environmental engineering. Very much in the style of a traditional, comprehensive German Handbuch. Undoubtedly, there are English-speaking chemists who have waited years for a translation of this famous German text. At pages, we are presented with a massive amount of reference material.
The layout of the material is very logical, at least to its audience of inoganic chemists. It has been refined for a century.
I suspect that other chemists may also find it just as logical and useful.
Perhaps the only quibble is why this English version is translated from the German edition, and not from a more recent edition? But in practical terms, the point may be moot, if there are only slight differences between editions.
This is the best book for Inorganic chemists. This book covered almost all the important stuff about all the elements. These are followed by 27 pages of appendices and by both a name and subject index.
The coverage of concepts in Part A is basically at the level of an advanced freshman text. The coverage of descriptive chemistry in Parts B, C, and D includes not only the latest research results but also basic information on naturally occurring mineral sources of the elements and on important industrial processes, such as iron smelting, the chemistry of glass, ceramics and cement—topics that have all but disappeared from most American textbooks.
One unique feature of the book is its four-part coverage of the periodic law—an introductory chapter for Part A, and general overview chapters on each of the three major electronic blocks distributed among Parts B, C, and D. Part C incorrectly classifies La and Ac as d-block or outer-transition metals even though extensive evidence was presented over 20 years ago J.
Even more serious is the insistence that Zn, Cd, and Hg are outer-transition metals, though in fact there is nothing in either their electronic configurations or their known chemistry that could possibly justify such a classification.
Despite these reservations, I strongly recommend this book. I found interesting and useful information on every topic I looked up. It is a model of thoroughness and organization and a must reference book for every serious teacher, whether of freshman chemistry or advanced inorganic chemistry.
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