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d-Block Chemistry (Oxford Chemistry Primers, 27) (original 1994; edition 1995)

by Mark J. Winter

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Many students find the array of structural types displayed by d-block metal complexes somewhat bewildering when they encounter them for the first time. In this Primer, Mark Winter uses clear text and consistently presented molecular structures to help overcome this problem and to provide aconcise text for first courses in transition metal chemistry. His student-friendly approach will make the subject more accessible for many, and the clear progression of chemistry employed lays the foundations for more advanced courses at a later date.… (more)
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Title:d-Block Chemistry (Oxford Chemistry Primers, 27)
Authors:Mark J. Winter
Info:Oxford University Press, USA (1995), Paperback, 96 pages
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