Best Reference Books – Applied Inorganic Chemistry

We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Applied Inorganic Chemistry subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Applied Inorganic Chemistry along with reviews.

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1. “Applied Inorganic Chemistry” by T W Swaddle

“Applied Inorganic Chemistry” Book Review: This book is meant for the students of independent courses of applied inorganic chemistry. It can also be used by the students of full-year courses of inorganic chemistry in addition to the textbook. This book provides the fundamental principles of applied inorganic chemistry. The fundamentals provided in this book are of lasting relevance rather than the temporary. This book contains the background of basic general chemistry. It also provides the basis for the introduction of organic chemistry.

2. “Applied inorganic Chemistry” by Reddy R

“Applied Inorganic Chemistry” Book Review: This book is meant for undergraduates with a background of chemistry. It also acts as a source for practicing chemists, engineers, environmental scientists and educators. This book contains clearly explained principles of inorganic chemistry. These principles are demonstrated by interesting examples. This book provides a support for rational approaches to environmental problems. These environmental problems include pollution, abatement, corrosion control and water treatment.

3. “Inorganic Chemistry: Principles of Structure and Reactivity” by Huheey / Medhi

“Inorganic Chemistry: Principles of Structure and Reactivity” Book Review: This book is designed for the graduates of chemistry. The topics of bioinorganic chemistry, organic metallic chemistry, chemistry of metals and solid state chemistry are provided in this book. This book provides various topics like organometallic chemistry, complex compounds and frost diagrams. It also contains symmetry that discusses the topics of spectroscopy and crystallography. It also gives the introduction of point groups. The chapters on bonding are also provided with examination point of view.

4. “Pharmaceutical Inorganic chemistry: Theory and practice” by N V Chenchu Lakshmi

“Pharmaceutical Inorganic chemistry: Theory and practice” Book Review: This book is designed for the undergraduate pharmacy students. This book provides the complete study of radiopharmaceuticals. The separate chapters for water and pharmaceutical reagents are available in this book. This book consists of detailed description for dental products and pharmaceutically acceptable glass. The monographs along with their preparations and formulations are provided in this book. It classifies the compounds based on their applications. This arrangement is similar to the classification in syllabus of AICTE and other top universities in India. Several review questions and practical experiments are provided in this book.

5. “Problems in Physical Chemistry for JEE” by Narendra Avasthi

“Problems in Physical Chemistry for JEE” Book Review: This book is meant for the students of engineering/ IITJEE. Every chapter of the book is explained with a brief theory. Every chapter contains three levels of problems. The first level contains the basic problems that help to begin with the topic. The second level contains challenging problems based on wide application of facts. The third level problems are based on comprehensions such as matching type problems, assertion-reason type problems, etc. For the necessary problems, hints and solutions are also provided.

6. “Inorganic Chemistry” by SHARPE

“Inorganic Chemistry” Book Review: This book serves as a textbook for the undergraduates of chemistry. It provides an introduction to descriptive chemistry of elements. This book also provides information about the role played by inorganic chemistry in our everyday lives. The current edition covers the extended periodic table. It also discusses the new approaches to estimating lattice energies and to bonding classifications of organometallic compounds. This book includes the thematic boxed sections with concentration on the parts of biology and medicine. This book provides several self-study exercises and also worked out problems. It contains definition panels and checklists at the end of each chapter.

7. “Advanced Problems in Inorganic Chemistry” by Wadhwa Kapil Kumar
8. “Fundamental Concepts of Inorganic Chemistry” by Asim K Das

“Fundamental Concepts of Inorganic Chemistry” Book Review: This book is aimed at the honors, postgraduate and phd students. This book widely provides various topics like atomic structure and atomic spectra. It provides both classical and mechanical aspects of atomic structure. This book deals with fundamentals of quantum mechanics and wave mechanics. It also discusses nuclear chemistry and radiation chemistry. This book provides various theories of valence forces and chemical forces band. It also covers blotch theory of solids, solid state chemistry, supramolecular chemistry, etc. It also discusses various aspects of materials science.

9. “Concise Inorganic Chemistry” by J D Lee

“Concise Inorganic Chemistry” Book Review: This book is meant for the undergraduate students of chemistry. This book consists of six sections; namely, theoretical concepts and hydrogen, s, p, d and f blocks and other topics. It provides groups of elements labelled from 1 to 18 according to IUPAC nomenclature. This book presents the reasons for structures, properties and reactions of compounds. These reasons are shown with elementary methods wherever possible. In this book, at the end of most of the chapters, a section for further reading is provided with easy to understand articles. This book provides references to specialised text books and review articles at the end of every chapter.

10. “Advanced Structural Inorganic Chemistry” by Wai-Kee Li and Gong-Du Zhou

“Advanced Structural Inorganic Chemistry” Book Review: This book serves as a text book for the students of chemistry. This book discusses the structural chemistry of representative elements in periodic table, organometallics, coordination polymers, etc. It also provides a host-guest system and supramolecular assemblies. This book comprises three parts. The first part presents the basic bonding theories with a chapter on computational chemistry. The second part discusses point groups, space groups and their chemical applications. Third part provides a brief note on structural chemistry of the elements in the periodic table. It comprises structure and bonding, crystallographic data, generalizations of structural trends and highlights from recent literature.

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