Coordination Chemistry

  • ID: 2183147
  • Book
  • 640 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Although coordination chemistry is one of the most important topics in inorganic chemistry, a modern textbook has been lacking for years. With more than thirty years of experience in science and teaching, Joan Ribas aims to treat not only the traditional aspects that have shaped the field of coordination chemistry for decades, but also the modern approaches and topics  like supramolecular and bio–coordination chemistry, photochemistry and crystal engineering.

The clear and concise concept makes this advanced textbook easy to read and easy to understand. Tedious mathematical or quantum mechanical equations are only utilized when absolutely necessary. This helps graduate and postgraduate students focus on the essentials and guarantees successful courses and exams.

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STRUCTURE AND BONDING

History and Nomenclature

Bonding

Ligands

Stereochemistry and Distortions

Isomerism and Chirality and Applications

Polynuclear Complexes

Metal–metal: Clusters

Thermo and Mechanisms (no redox)

ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES

Ligand Field and Spin–Orbit Coupling

Electronic Spectra

Molecular Magnetism

Electronic Paramagnetic Resonance

ELECTRON TRANSFER

Mechanism of Redox Reactions

Mixed–Valence Systems

NEW TRENDS IN MODERN COORDIANTION CHEMISTRY

Supramolecular Coordination Chemistry

Photochemistry of Coordination Compounds

From the Molecule to the Crystal: Crystal Engineering

Biocoordination Chemistry
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Joan Ribas Gispert
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