Practical Inorganic Chemistry

Preparations, reactions and instrumental methods

  • Geoffrey Pass
  • Haydn Sutcliffe

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Geoffrey Pass, Haydn Sutcliffe
    Pages 1-12
  3. Geoffrey Pass, Haydn Sutcliffe
    Pages 13-26
  4. Geoffrey Pass, Haydn Sutcliffe
    Pages 27-38
  5. Geoffrey Pass, Haydn Sutcliffe
    Pages 39-48
  6. Geoffrey Pass, Haydn Sutcliffe
    Pages 49-55
  7. Geoffrey Pass, Haydn Sutcliffe
    Pages 56-62
  8. Geoffrey Pass, Haydn Sutcliffe
    Pages 63-67
  9. Geoffrey Pass, Haydn Sutcliffe
    Pages 68-70
  10. Geoffrey Pass, Haydn Sutcliffe
    Pages 71-81
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    Pages 82-90
  12. Geoffrey Pass, Haydn Sutcliffe
    Pages 91-110
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    Pages 111-121
  14. Geoffrey Pass, Haydn Sutcliffe
    Pages 122-132
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    Pages 133-138
  16. Geoffrey Pass, Haydn Sutcliffe
    Pages 139-151
  17. Geoffrey Pass, Haydn Sutcliffe
    Pages 152-160
  18. Geoffrey Pass, Haydn Sutcliffe
    Pages 161-189
  19. Geoffrey Pass, Haydn Sutcliffe
    Pages 190-194
  20. Geoffrey Pass, Haydn Sutcliffe
    Pages 195-205

About this book

Introduction

In revising the text opportunity has been taken to introduce SI units throughout. An Appendix has been included which contains tables of SI units and a table of conversion factors for use when consulting data in non-SI units. Chapter 19 now includes experiments demon­ strating the use of ion-exchange and solid-liquid chromatography_ Exercises involving colorimetry have been included in Chapter 17. These techniques are introduced as part of a complementary exercise where their relevance is seen as part of a complete piece of work. Minor improvements have been made to some of the experimental procedures and we are grateful to those who have made helpful suggestions in this respect. G. PASS H. SUTCLIFFE iii Preface to the First Edition The student of inorganic chemistry is fortunate in having a wide choice of textbooks covering the descriptive and theoretical aspects of the sUbject. There is no comparable choice of textbooks covering practical inorganic chemistry. Moreover, there is a tendency for many students to draw an unfortunate distinction between chemistry taught in the lecture room, and laboratory work. Consideration of these points prompted the preparation of this book, in which we have attempted to emphasize the relationship between theory and practice.

Keywords

chromatography chromium coordination chemistry inorganic chemistry manganese stereochemistry

Authors and affiliations

  • Geoffrey Pass
  • Haydn Sutcliffe
    • 1
  1. 1.University of SalfordUK

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-2744-0
  • Copyright Information Geoffrey Pass and Haydn Sutcliffe 1974
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-0-412-16150-6
  • Online ISBN 978-94-017-2744-0
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