Inorganic Chemistry - D.F. Shriver Reviews
Description:ISBN 019855396X / Genre: Science / Nature / Author: D.F. Shriver, P.W. Atkins, Cooper H. Langford / Edition: 2Rev Ed / Paperback / 837 Pages / Book is published 1994-03-31 by Oxford University Press / Inorganic chemistry is an important subject, covering the chemistry of over ... more
Inorganic Chemistry - D.F. Shriver ... 100 elements. This book conveys the important principles and facts in a way that is both understandable and enjoyable to undergraduates. Chemical facts are presented in a framework of interpretation. Thus, reactions and structures are presented within the context of broad chemical concepts and periodic trends. The material is reinforced with illustrations. Examples in the text help to illustrate important points, and end-of-chapter exercises and problems help to emphasize their importance.
Newest Review: ... by Atkins. The book is still vastly mono-colour, but the explanations of the topics covered seem to be fairly comprehensive ... more
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by - written on 06/03/01, updated on 06/03/01 (Very useful, 367 readings)
This is not a bad book on the whole. I’m glad to see that collaboration with shriver has calmed Atkins’ somewhat complicated and irrational manner of describing things. Published by Oxford university press once again, this book is in the same series as Physical Chemistry by Atkins. The book is still vastly mono-colour, but the explanations of the topics covered seem to be fairly comprehensive and complete at this stage in my course. The text is written in easy to understand English, and not like Physical Chemistry which seems to be in some other obscure language unbeknown to me. The topics are explained fully from basics, building-up to ... Read the complete review