Inorganic Coordination Chemistry
Inorganic Coordination Chemistry, by Kai Landskron of Lehigh University, is an extensive exploration of the chemistry of coordination compounds. This text covers topics from atomic structure and symmetry and group theory, to molecular orbitals, Lewis acid-bases and the hard and soft acid-base concept, and coordination chemistry. In addition, the book examines organometallic chemistry, complexes with metal-metal bonds, and organometallic reactions and catalysis. Inorganic Coordination Chemistry provides a comprehensive overview, and can benefit any student of inorganic chemistry.
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Landskron, Kai, "Inorganic Coordination Chemistry" (2021). Open Educational Resources Collection. 34.
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