D-block Chemistry

Author: Mark J. Winter

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Transition metal compounds

Page: 128

View: 498

The renowned Oxford Chemistry Primers series, which provides focused introductions to a range of important topics in chemistry, has been refreshed and updated to suit the needs of today's students, lecturers, and postgraduate researchers. The rigorous, yet accessible, treatment of each subject area is ideal for those wanting a primer in a given topic to prepare them for more advanced study or research. d-Block Chemistryprovides a succinct introduction to the field of transition metal chemistry, assuming little prior knowledge, and giving students a clear conceptual overview of the wide variety of d-block metal complexes.

D-Block Chemistry Ocp

Author: Mark J. Winter

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 90

View: 332

This concise and accessible Primer covers the d-block metal complexes, an area many students find bewildering due to the large number of structural types these complexes display. Numerous molecular structures are presented, and the clear progression of chemistry employed will lay the foundations for more advanced courses, while the reader-friendly nature of the text ensures students will come to terms with the subject matter quickly and easily.

Macromolecules Containing Metal and Metal-Like Elements, Volume 5

Metal-Coordination Polymers

Author: Alaa S. Abd-El-Aziz

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 400

View: 632

This series provides a useful, applications-oriented forum for the next generation of macromolecules and materials. The fifth volume in this series provides useful descriptions of the transition metals and their applications. Transition Metals are covered in 2 volumes, the second part is covered in Volume 6.

The Heavier D-block Metals

Aspects of Inorganic and Coordination Chemistry

Author: Catherine E. Housecroft

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 89

View: 380

This book addresses the chemistry of the second and third row d-block metals, assuming a knowledge of the chemistry of the first row metals. Chapter 1 looks at the metals and summarizes occurrence, physical properties and uses. Chapter 2 considers periodic trends in properties. Chapter 3 considers aqueous solution chemistry, species present (with comparisons of the first row metal ions) and redox properties. Chapter 4 surveys structure: the range of coordination numbersshown by second and third row metals is often a topic for discussion in University courses. Chapter 5 looks at electronic spectra and magnetic properties, making comparisons with the first row the main objective of the chapter. Detailed mathematical treatments are not given. Chapter 6 considers metal-metal bonding, and the classes of compound that contain triple and quadruple bonds; the role of bridging ligands is introduced. Chapter 7 looks at selected clusters with a pi donar ligands (e.g. metal halo species) in which metal-metal bonding is important. Chapter 8 introduces the area of polyoxometallates, closing with a short discussion of the wide range of applications. The book contains many references to encourage wider reading by the student; in addition to textbooks of relevance, the author has included many recent literature citations, and a section called Metals in Action" which gives citations which show the heavier metals at work in, for example, catalytic converters and molecular wires."

Aromatic Chemistry

Author: Malcolm Sainsbury

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 92

View: 990

All the basic principles of the field of aromatic chemistry are clearly presented in this important account. Many compounds of industrial and biological significance are used as examples with consideration given to structure, reactions, and properties. Topics such as thermodynamic versus kinetic control and pericyclic reactions are also introduced. In addition to benzene and the classes of aromatic compounds derived from it, the text covers polycyclic arenes, and the small and large ring systems which are embraced by the wider definition of aromaticity. The text will be especially useful for courses in organic chemistry.

Organometallics: Complexes with transition metal-carbon [sigma]-bonds

Author: Manfred Bochmann

Publisher: Oxford Chemistry Primers

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 91

View: 412

This succinct text outlines the main classes of transition metal organometallic complexes and introduces the reader to the chemistry of compounds with metal-carbon s-bonds: metal carbonyls, metal alkyls, and metal alkylidenes and alkylidnes. The synthetic methods leading to each class ofcompounds are illustrated with pertinent examples, followed by the discussion of characteristic structures and reactivity patterns. The aim is to allow undergraduate students a quick overview over this area of chemistry. Highlights and excursions stress general principles and relate the materialto specific applications such as catalytic processes.

D- and F-block Chemistry

Author: Chris J. Jones

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 175

View: 454

The material is aimed at first and second year undergraduates, with a view to providing a basis for more advanced studies.

Chemistry for the Biosciences

The Essential Concepts

Author: Jonathan Crowe

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 704

View: 602

Chemistry pervades our life. It moulds our climate, fuels our transport, gives food its taste and smell. Most of all, chemistry powers life itself. Chemistry for the Biosciences leads students through the essential concepts of chemistry that are central to understanding biological systems, using everyday examples and analogies to help them get to grips with the subject. With an emphasis on clear, straightforward explanations, it features biological examples throughout to illustrate just how integral chemistry is to the biosciences. With topics drawn from organic, physical and inorganic chemistry, students will encounter a broad range of essential concepts to master. Chemistry for the Biosciences includes many learning features - both in print and online - to help students grasp these concepts as quickly and thoroughly as possible. From the self-check questions throughout each chapter to help consolidate learning, to the Chemical Toolkits and Maths Tools that help students explore terminology, methods, and numerical skills that may be unfamiliar, the book is written to be a true course companion for students on biological and biomedical science degrees - one that will help them not only remember the essentials, but really understand them, setting students up for success in their later studies.

Organonitrogen Chemistry

Author: P. D. Bailey

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 92

View: 753

There is a wealth of fasinating organic chemistry involving nitrogen, and this primer provides a concise introduction to it.