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Publisher: John Wiley and Sons
John J. Alexander, Darl H. McDaniel, Bodie E. Douglas
A clear introduction to modern inorganic chemistry, covering both theory and descriptive chemistry. Uses concepts and models as an organizing principle to facilitate students' integration of ideas. This edition contains a new chapter on group theory and offers expanded coverage of solid state. Features numerous figures and solved examples.John J. Alexander is the author of 'Concepts and Models of Inorganic Chemistry' with ISBN 9780471629788 and ISBN 0471629782.
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