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Fundamentals of Chemistry, Fourth Edition covers the fundamentals of chemistry. The book describes the formation of ionic and covalent bonds; the Lewis theory of bonding; resonance; and the shape of molecules. The book then discusses the theory and some applications of the four kinds of spectroscopy: ultraviolet, infrared, nuclear (proton) magnetic resonance, and mass. Topics that combine environmental significance with descriptive chemistry, including atmospheric pollution from automobile exhaust; the metallurgy of iron and aluminum; corrosion; reactions involving ozone in the upper atmosphere; and the methods of controlling the pollution of air and water, are also considered. Chemists and students taking courses related to chemistry and environmental chemistry will find the book invaluable.
Fundamentals Of Chemistry
9.2 Lewis Theory Of Bonding
9.3 Ionic Bond
9.4 Formation Of Ionic Solids
9.11 Properties Of Covalent Bonds
9.13 Shapes Of Molecules
Chapter 24. Radiation And Matter
24.1 Molecular Energies
24.2 General Features Of Spectra
24.3 Electronic Excitation; Ultraviolet (uv) Spectroscopy
24.4 Vibrational Excitation; Infrared Spectroscopy
24.5 Nuclear Spin Excitation; nmr Spectroscopy
24.6 Radiation Chemistry And Photochemistry
24.7 Mass Spectral Analysis
Chapter 25. Environmental Chemistry
25.1 Geochemical Cycles
25.2 The Oxygen-Carbon Cycle
25.3 The Nitrogen Cycle
25.4 Environmental Degradation
25.5 Environmental Pollution
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- © Academic Press 1980
- 1st January 1980
- Academic Press
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