By James E. House;Kathleen A. House
This publication covers the synthesis, reactions, and homes of parts and inorganic compounds for classes in descriptive inorganic chemistry. It is appropriate for the one-semester (ACS-recommended) path or as a complement quite often chemistry classes. perfect for significant and non-majors, the e-book contains wealthy graphs and diagrams to augment the content material and maximize studying. contains elevated insurance of chemical bonding and greater therapy of Buckminster FullerenesIncorporates new business purposes matched to key subject matters within the textual content
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