Best Reference Books – Chemistry of Transition Elements

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

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1. “Advanced Inorganic Chemistry” by F A Cotton

“Advanced Inorganic Chemistry” Book Review: This book is written in simple language. It covers topics like surveys of principles, the chemistry of main group elements and hydrogen. It also deals with the first group elements, the second group elements, the group 13 elements and more. This book discusses the chemistry of the transition metals and the role of organometallic chemistry in catalysts.

2. “Inorganic Chemistry” by E Keiter and R Keiter

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“Inorganic Chemistry” Book Review: This book is written in simple language and straightforward nature. This book discusses bioinorganic and solid state chemistry. It deals with spectroscopy and crystallography. This book also discusses bonding, coordination chemistry and organometallic chemistry. This book also provides practice problems.

3. “Inorganic Chemistry Principles” by D Banerjea
4. “Chemistry of Elements” by N N Greenwood and E A Earnshaw
5. “Chemistry Of Transition Elements” by M Satake

“Chemistry of Transition Elements” Book Review: This book is written in simple language and well organized. This book starts with the properties of transition elements. It also deals with group V A, group VI A, group VII A, the platinum metals and group I B. The book discusses analytical and biological aspects of transition metals, coordination compounds, lanthanides and actinides.

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6. “Chemistry of Transition Elements” by V B Patania
7. “Chemistry of Transition Elements” by M S Yadav

“Chemistry of Transition Elements” Book Review: This book starts with the introduction of transition elements. This book discusses coordination compounds, first row transition metals and group trends in chemistry of transition elements. It also deals with the inner transition elements, biological aspects of transition elements.

8. “Organometallic Chemistry of the Transition Elements (Modern Inorganic Chemistry)” by Florian P Pruchnik

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“Organometallic Chemistry of the Transition Elements(Modern Inorganic Chemistry)” Book Review: This book is designed for fourth and fifth year chemistry students and Ph.D. graduate students. This book discusses the synthesis, properties, structures and applications of organometallic compounds. This book also explains the properties and reactivities of organometallic compounds. In this book the physical data is in SI units and interatomic distance is in pm units.

9. “Molecular Chemistry of the Transition Elements: An Introductory Course (Inorganic Chemistry: A Textbook Series)” by François Mathey and Alain Sevin

“Molecular Chemistry of the Transition Elements: An Introductory Course(Inorganic Chemistry: A Textbook Series)” Book Review: This book starts with the explanation of principles of organometallic chemistry. It explains organometallic chemistry through reaction mechanisms. This book provides numerous examples. It also deals with chemical properties of the organometallic compounds. This book also explains about the applications which help to gain practical knowledge.

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10. “Cluster Chemistry: Introduction to the Chemistry of Transition Metal and Main Group Element Molecular Clusters” by Guillermo Gonzalez-Moraga

“Cluster Chemistry: Introduction to the Chemistry of Transition Metal and Main Group Element Molecular Clusters” Book Review: This book is written for senior graduate and postgraduate students. This book covers transition metal cluster chemistry, main group transition metal mixed clusters and cluster components of the main group elements. This book also deals with synthetic analogues of the active sites. It has numerous examples.

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