Essential Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry

What every chemistry student should know
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Descriptive inorganic chemistry is a big subject. No student is capable of learning all the facts. This short text sets out the facts every chemistry student should know.
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The author is a retired lecturer in chemistry at the University of Hull, England. His research interest is in the fundamental ideas of chemistry.

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Descriptive inorganic chemistry is a big subject. No student is capable of learning all the facts.

Educators have responded to this by contending that what students need to do is not learn facts but the principles and theories behind the facts. The problem with this approach is that chemical principles and theories are only able to explain a small fraction of all the facts. Teaching inorganic chemistry in this way therefore leaves students ignorant of many important facts.

This short text seeks to resolve this problem. It sets out the descriptive inorganic chemistry every chemistry student should know.

  1. Hydrogen
  2. Oxygen
  3. Carbon
  4. Calcium
  5. Sodium and Potassium
  6. Chlorine
  7. Fluorine
  8. Nitrogen
  9. Sulfur
  10. Phosphorus
  11. Silicon
  12. Iron
  13. Aluminium
  14. Copper
  15. Manganese
  16. Chromium
  17. Nickel
  18. Zinc
  19. Other Important Elements
  20. Other Notable Elements
Chemistry of element, nice book!
16. januar 2018 kl. 20.44
The best inorganic chemistry book ever.
21. desember 2017 kl. 11.59
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