Best Reference Books – Inorganic Chemistry I, II & III

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

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1. “Inorganic Chemistry” by Shriver and Atkins
2. “Inorganic Chemistry” by Duward Shriver

“Inorganic Chemistry” Book Review: This book covers the concepts of inorganic chemistry. The book contains revised and updated content. The book is helpful for the students studying in India. The book is written in a student-friendly manner. The book focuses on bioinorganic chemistry and organic metallic chemistry. It also focuses on the chemistry of metals and solid-state chemistry.

3. “Inorganic Chemistry” by Gary Wulfsberg

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“Inorganic Chemistry” Book Review: This book is written for junior and senior students of inorganic chemistry. It contains the topics of bioinorganic, environmental, geological and medicinal sciences. The book focuses on the observations and theoretical models. It explains the chemical concepts and reactions using valence bond theory. It also covers topics of advanced inorganic chemistry. It includes Symmetry, molecular orbital theory and a transition metal. It also includes organometallic chemistry and inorganic materials.

4. “Advanced Inorganic Chemistry” by Cotton and Wilkinson

“Advanced Inorganic Chemistry” Book Review: This book is helpful for senior undergraduates and first-year graduate students of chemistry. This book is based on the principles-based approach to inorganic chemistry. The book focuses on the chemical applications of group theory and molecular orbital theory. It covers topics like molecular orbital acid-base theory and band theory of solids. It also covers inorganic photochemistry.

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5. “Inorganic chemistry: Principles of Structure and Reactivity” by Huheey

“Inorganic chemistry: Principles of Structure and Reactivity” Book Review: This book gives a proper foundation for Inorganic Chemistry. This book contains updated information. This book is useful for students of chemistry. It focuses on bioinorganic chemistry and organic metallic chemistry. It also focuses on the chemistry of metals and solid-state chemistry.

6. “Fundamental Concepts of Inorganic Chemistry, Vol.2” by Asim K Das

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“Fundamental Concepts of Inorganic Chemistry, Vol.2” Book Review: This book on inorganic chemistry is designed for students of chemistry. It covers organo-metallic chemistry and complex compounds. It also focuses on Frost’s diagrams. The book covers chapters on symmetry. It covers all the topics of spectroscopy and crystallography. It is useful for the preparation of exams.

7. “Advanced Inorganic Chemistry – Vol. 2” by Prakash Satya

“Advanced Inorganic Chemistry – Vol. 2” Book Review: This book is written for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the field of Inorganic Chemistry. This book covers Coordination Chemistry and Transition metals. It also covers Inner-transition elements and topics that help students to master the fundamental concepts. It also covers topics related to Pedagogy. It includes several problems with solutions. In addition, it also includes previous year’s examination papers for reference.

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8. “Advanced Inorganic Chemistry-Vol.-II” by Gurdeep Raj
9. “Fundamental Concepts of Inorganic Chemistry, Vol.3” by Asim K Das

“Fundamental Concepts of Inorganic Chemistry, Vol.3” Book Review: This book is thoroughly revised and updated. It is one among the three volumes. It is the best book for postgraduate students. It covers topics related to atomic structure. It also covers atomic spectra and the fundamentals of quantum mechanics. The book focuses on wave mechanics, nuclear chemistry and radiation chemistry. In addition, it covers different theories of valence forces and chemical forces band.

10. “Graduate Inorganic Chemistry – III” by B R Puri
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