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Chemistry of Iron

  • J.¬†Silver
Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. J. Silver
    Pages 1-29
  3. E. Sinn
    Pages 46-72
  4. P. L. Pauson
    Pages 73-169
  5. J. G. Leigh, G. R. Moore, M. T. Wilson
    Pages 181-243
  6. A. K. Powell
    Pages 244-274
  7. R. C. Hider, S. Singh
    Pages 275-299
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 301-306

About this book

Introduction

This book is designed to be of use to the reader in two different ways. First, it is intended to provide a general introduction to all aspects of iron chemistry for readers from a variety of different scientific backgrounds. It has been written at a level suitable for use by graduates and advanced undergraduates in chemistry and biochemistry, and graduates in physics, geology, materials science, metallurgy and biology. It is not designed to be a dictionary of iron compounds but rather to provide each user with the necessary tools and background to pursue their ,individual interests in the wide areas that are influenced by the chemistry of iron. To achieve this goal each chapter has been written by a contemporary expert active in the subject so that the reader will benefit from their individual insight. Although it is generally assumed that the reader will have an understanding of bonding theories and general chemistry, the book is well referenced so that any deficiencies in the reader's background can be addressed. The book was also designed as a general reference book for initial pointers into a scientific literature that is growing steadily as the understanding and uses of this astonishingly versatile element continue to develop. To meet this aim the book attempts some coverage of all aspects of the chemistry of iron, not only outlining what understanding has been achieved to date but also identifying targets to be aimed at in the future.

Keywords

chemistry inorganic chemistry iron metals organometallic chemistry

Editors and affiliations

  • J.¬†Silver
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Chemistry and Biological ChemistryUniversity of EssexUK

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