Best Reference Books – Physical Methods in Inorganic Chemistry

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Physical Methods In 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 Physical Methods In Inorganic Chemistry along with reviews.

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1. “Physical Methods in Inorganic Chemistry” by R S Drago

“Physical Methods in Inorganic Chemistry” Book Review: This book covers the physical methods in chemistry for chemists. Chapters included are Representations in Group theory, principles of fourier theorems in NMR and IR, 2-dimensional spectroscopy. Other chapters mentioned are surface techniques and analysis in mass spectroscopy. This book teaches the physical method of chemistry to those who don’t have any advanced mathematical background. Students studying advanced level chemistry can refer to this book.

2. “Advanced Inorganic Chemistry” by F A Cotton and G Wilkinson

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“Advanced Inorganic Chemistry” Book Review: This book includes important concepts of advanced inorganic chemistry. Main chapters included are general theory, symmetry in structure, the nature of chemical bonding, hydrogen. Other topics mentioned are chemistry of non-transition elements, oxygen, the Noble gases, classical complexes. A total of 28 chapters are discussed in 3 different sections. Appendix Has several energy levels diagrams for students to study. This book is suitable for advanced chemistry students.

3. “Modern Coordination Chemistry” by Lewis and Wilkins

“Modern Coordination Chemistry” Book Review: This book describes the modern coordination chemistry. Main chapters included are recent developments in the synthesis of bonding models, hydrides and dihydrogen ruthenium complexes, hydrido complexes of group 6 transition metals. Other topics included are the chemistry of phosphine, synthesis of new and unusual metal complexes, NMR studies of metal complexes and clusters. Every topic is discussed in detail. Conclusions and references are added at the end of every chapter for students to quick review the topics and for further reading purposes. This book is suitable for advanced chemistry students.

4. “Structural Methods in Inorganic Chemistry” by A V Ebsworth

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“Structural Methods in Inorganic Chemistry” Book Review: This book explains the physical methods used in inorganic chemistry structures. Main topics mentioned are ionization, spectroscopy, diffraction, high resolution nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy of solid. 19 case histories with their structural problems are discussed in this book for students to get practical knowledge. This book is useful for undergraduate chemistry students.

5. “Physical Methods in Inorganic Chemistry” by Drago R S

“Physical Methods in Inorganic Chemistry” Book Review: This book covers the physical methods in chemistry for chemists. Chapters included are Representations in Group theory, principles of fourier theorems in NMR and IR, 2-dimensional spectroscopy. Other chapters mentioned are surface techniques and analysis in mass spectroscopy. This book teaches the physical method of chemistry to those who don’t have any advanced mathematical background. Students studying advanced level chemistry can refer to this book.

6. “Fundamentals of Molecular Catalysis (Current Methods in Inorganic Chemistry)” by Hideo Kurosawa Professor and Akio Yamamoto Professor

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“Fundamentals of Molecular Catalysis (Current Methods in Inorganic Chemistry)” Book Review: This book presents the core concepts of molecular catalysis. Important chapters mentioned are activation of substrates with nonpolar single bonds, Activation of substrates with polar single bonds, transition metal carbene complexes in olefin metathesis. Other topics included are transmetalation, Insertion into metal carbon bond, addition to unsaturated ligands. References are provided at the end of every chapter for further reading. This book is useful for advanced chemistry students.

7. “Structural Methods in Inorganic Chemistry” by E A V Ebsworth and D W H Rankin

“Structural Methods in Inorganic Chemistry” Book Review: This book explains the physical methods used in inorganic chemistry structures. Main topics mentioned are ionization, spectroscopy, diffraction, high resolution nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy of solid. 19 case histories with their structural problems are discussed in this book for students to get practical knowledge. This book is useful for undergraduate chemistry students.

8. “Structural Methods in Molecular Inorganic Chemistry” by D W H Rankin and Norbert Mitzel

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“Structural Methods in Molecular Inorganic Chemistry” Book Review: This book discusses the structural methods in molecular inorganic chemistry. Main topics mentioned are computational chemistry, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy. Other chapters such as vibration spectroscopy diffraction methods, mass spectrometry are also discussed. All the techniques are discussed in a detailed manner. The chapter ends with problems and discussion questions with proper solutions. This book is useful for chemists.

9. “Physical Methods in Bioinorganic Chemistry: Spectroscopy and Magnetism” by Que

“Physical Methods in Bioinorganic Chemistry: Spectroscopy and Magnetism” Book Review: This book describes the physical methods used in bioinorganic chemistry. Main chapters mentioned are electronic absorption spectroscopy, electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy feel other topics included are X Ray absorption spectroscopy, NMR spectroscopy as applied to paramagnetic systems, Mossbauer spectroscopy. Case studies are presented at the end of the book to get the proper knowledge of bioinorganic problems. This book can be used by advanced chemistry students.

10. “Theoretical Foundations of Molecular Magnetism (Current Methods in Inorganic Chemistry)” by Roman Boča

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“Theoretical Foundations of Molecular Magnetism (Current Methods in Inorganic Chemistry)” Book Review: This book mentions the theoretical foundations of molecular magnetism clear important chapters discussed are overview of microscopic magnetic properties, formulation of magnetic parameters and methods, brief summary of magnetic behaviour. Other important topics such as temperature dependence of magnetic susceptibility for mononuclear complexes, dimers and exchanged coupled clusters. All the methods are explained with detailed equations. students studying in the field of molecular magnetism and researchers can use this book.

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