Chemistry is the study of the elements and their behaviour, not the study of chemical theory. In this chapter we shall endeavour to use the various theoretical points discussed in previous chapters in an approach to descriptive chemistry.
KeywordsPhosphorus Lithium Iodine Fluoride Uranium
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General texts on inorganic chemistry
- Bailar, J.C., Emeleus, H.J., Nyholm, R.S., Trotman-Dickenson, A.F. (eds.): Comprehensive inorganic chemistry, 5 vols. Oxford: Pergamon 1973.Google Scholar
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- Huheey, J.E.: Inorganic chemistry. New York, Evanston, London, San Francisco: Harper and Row 1972.Google Scholar
- Phillips; C.S.G., Williams, R.J.P.: Inorganic chemistry. 2 vols. London: Oxford University Press 1965.Google Scholar
- Purcell, K.F., Kotz, J.C.: Inorganic chemistry. Philadelphia, London, Toronto: W.B. Saunders 1977.Google Scholar