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Miessler G., Tarr D.A. — Inorganic Chemistry
Miessler G., Tarr D.A. — Inorganic Chemistry



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Название: Inorganic Chemistry

Авторы: Miessler G., Tarr D.A.

Аннотация:

A brief, reader-friendly survey of inorganic chemistry. Uses a molecular-orbital approach to explain structure and reactivity. Features strong coverage of molecular symmetry/group theory. Includes special topics such as bioinorganic, environmental inorganic, organometallic, and solid-state chemistry. Applications show the relevance of core material to problems of contemporary interest. For anyone needing a brief introduction to inorganic chemistry.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Химия/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Издание: 3-rd

Год издания: 1991

Количество страниц: 480

Добавлена в каталог: 19.02.2007

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Предметный указатель
Difluorodiazene, symmetry      89
Dihydrogen $\mathrm{(H_2)}$ as ligand      456
Dihydrogen $\mathrm{(H_2)}$, complexes, bonding      477 478
Dimension of a representation      98
Dimers $\mathrm{(NH_3)}$      70
Diodes, behavior      226
diodes, light-emitting      226 227
Diodes, photovoltaic cells      226
Diodes, structure      226
Dioldehydrase      595
Dioxovanadium $\mathrm{(VO^{2+})}$, acidity      198
Dioxygen $\mathrm{(O_2)}$      128 281
Dioxygenyl ion $\mathrm{(O_2^+)}$      128 281
Dipeptidase      595
Dipole moment      67 68
Dislocations in crystals      213 232
Dispersion forces      69
Displacement, nucleophilic      526 527
Dissociation energy, Born — Haber cycle      138
Dissociative interchange, $I_d$      415
Dissociative mechanism (D)      417 418 420—422
Dissociative mechanism (D), evidence for      422
Dissociative mechanism (D), phosphine, mechanism      521—523
Dissociative mechanism (D), rate equation      417—419
Dissociative mechanism (D), Ru(II) compounds      425
Dissociative mechanism (D), stereochemical changes for cis-$\mathrm{[M(LL)_2BX}$      433
Dissymmetric      102
Distorted T geometry, VSEPR      61
DMSO reductase      595
DNA polymerase      595
DNA polymerase, mechanism      623
DNA, cleavage studies      622 624 625
DNA, double helix      620
DNA, structure      619
Dodecahedral geometry      332 333
Donor-acceptor bonding in $\mathrm{BF_3NH_3}$      170
Donor-acceptor transition      178
Doped semiconductors      224
Drago, R.S.      189—191
E, C parameters      189—191 675
Earnshaw, A.      14 237
Earth, formation      5 8
Earth, structure      9
EDTA complex, handedness of rings      316
Effective nuclear charge (Z*)      38 40 41
Effects of entering group and cis-ligands on rates      425
Eighteen-electron rule      304 460 462 463 465
Eighteen-electron rule, exceptions      465
Electrical resistivity and metallic character      241
Electrides      252
Electrode potentials      245 246 278 288
Electron      5 6
Electron affinity      44 139 672 673
Electron affinity, Born — Haber cycle      220
Electron configurations of the elements      39
Electron configurations, transition elements      40—42
Electron counting in cluster compounds      583
Electron counting in organometallic compounds      459 460 462 463 465
Electron counting in square planar complexes      465 466
Electron counting, common ligands      462
Electron density      21
Electron spin      340
Electron-dot diagrams and formal charge      691—695
Electron-electron interactions in transition metal atoms      38 41
Electron-pair acceptor      170
Electron-pair donor      170
Electronegativity      63 65 66 243 673
Electronegativity and bond energies      64 65
Electronegativity and bond polarity      65 66 68
Electronegativity and VSEPR      65 66
Electronegativity, absolute (x)      187 189
Electronegativity, Allen, L.C      64
Electronegativity, Allred, A.L.      64
Electronegativity, and acidity or basicity      195
Electronegativity, Jaffe, H.H.      64
Electronegativity, Mulliken, R.S.      64 187
Electronegativity, noble gases      243
Electronegativity, orbital      65
Electronegativity, Pauling, L.      64
Electronegativity, Pearson, R.G.      64
Electronegativity, Rochow, E.G.      64
Electronegativity, Sanderson, R.T.      64
Electronic absorption spectra      76 379
Electronic absorption spectra and acid-base behavior      178
Electronic absorption spectra and electronic structure      341
Electronic absorption spectra, coordination compounds      388 390 392 394 398—402 406—408
Electronic absorption spectra, free-ion terms      391
Electronic absorption spectra, Laporte selection rule      390 406
Electronic absorption spectra, vibronic coupling      390
Electronic structure of coordination complexes, angular overlap method      342 346 361—368 371
Electronic structure of coordination complexes, crystal field theory      342 343 345 346
Electronic structure of coordination complexes, ligand field theory      342 345—347 349 351—357 360 361
Electronic structure of coordination complexes, valence bond theory      342 343 346
Electronic transitions in $I_2$ adducts      179
Electronically equivalent species      556—558
Electrophile-nucleophile acid-base definition      166
Electrophilic substitution, acetylace-tone complexes      449
Elements, geochemical classification      10
Ellis, A.B.      237
Emerald, color      379
Emission spectra and the Bohr atom      17
Enantiomers      310
Encapsulated metals in fullerenes      492 495
Energy bands in solids      138 223—227
Energy level splitting and overlap      40
Energy levels and spectra      19
Energy levels and spectra, homonuclear diatomic molecules      126
Energy levels and spectra, transition elements      42
Energy match and molecular orbital formation      122 138 145
Entering groups, effect on rate      435—437
Entering groups, rate constants and LFER parameters      436
Enterobactin      605 606
Enthalpy change by Hess’s Law      193
Enthalpy change from temperature dependence of equilibrium constant      193
Enthalpy of acid-base reaction      192
Enthalpy of adduct formation      192
Enthalpy of formation, ionic compounds      220
Enthalpy of hydration of bivalent ions      351 352
Enthalpy of hydration of bivalent ions, LFSE      351 352
Enthalpy of hydration of bivalent ions, simulated      375
Enthalpy of reaction, complex formation      338
Entropy change by temperature dependence of equilibrium constant      193
Entropy change from Hess’s Law      193
Entropy of acid-base reaction      192
Environmental chemistry      624—635
Enzymes, metal-containing      595
Epicurus      15
Equilibrium constant, temperature dependence      193
Ethane $\mathrm{(C_2H_6)}$, symmetry      79 82 86—88
Ethylene $\mathrm{(C_2H_4)}$, as ligand      479
Exchange energy $(\prod_e)$      35—37 347 349 351
Expanded shells      53
Expanded shells, molecular orbitals      161
Expanding Universe      6
F (front) strain      199
Face centered cubic (fcc)      209 210 212
Fajans, K., rules of covalency      181
Farach, H.A.      237
Fast kinetics      415
Fast reactions (labile complexes), electronic structures      415
Fast reactions (labile complexes), measurement      422
Fe-protoporphyrin IX      597
Fergusson, J.E.      11 14 635
Fermi level $(E_F)$ in semiconductors      225—227
Ferredoxin      595 601 602
Ferrichromes      605
Ferrioxamines      605
Ferritin      604
Ferrocene, $\mathrm{(\eta^5-C_5H_5)_2Fe}$, bonding      486 489
Ferrocene, $\mathrm{(\eta^5-C_5H_5)_2Fe}$, conformation      457 458
Ferrocene, $\mathrm{(\eta^5-C_5H_5)_2Fe}$, molecular orbitals      487 489
Ferrocene, $\mathrm{(\eta^5-C_5H_5)_2Fe}$, reactions      490
Ferrocene, $\mathrm{(\eta^5-C_5H_5)_2Fe}$, synthesis      457
Figgis, B.N.      343
Finke, R.G      527 551
Finlayson-Pitts, B.J.      636
First row anomaly      245
Fischer, E.O.      498
Fischer-Tropsch process      550
Fischer-type carbene complexes      498
Fission bomb      12
Five-coordinate molecules      58
Fluorine, bonding      287
Fluorine, isolation      285
Fluorite $\mathrm{(CaF_2)}$ structure      216
Fluoroantimonic acid      203
Fluorosulfonic acid      203
Fluxional behavior of complexes      328
Formal charge      53—55 691—695
Formal charge and expanded shells      55
Formaldehyde, photochemical smog      631
Formate dehydrogenase      595
Formation constants of complexes      337 338
Four-coordinate and six-coordinate preferences      373
Four-coordinate compounds      3
Framework molecular orbitals      572
Free ion terms      384—387 391—394
Free ion terms, $d^n$ configurations      389 391
Friedel — Crafts alkylation, $\mathrm{BF_3}$, catalyst      260
Friedel — Crafts catalysts      204
Frontier orbitals      137 558
Frontier orbitals and acid-base reactions      171—174
Frontier orbitals and Lewis acid-base definition      174
Frost diagrams, chlorine      288
Frost diagrams, hydrogen      246
Frost diagrams, nitrogen      278
Frost diagrams, oxygen      246
Fullerene-ferrocene hybrids      495
Fullerenes      4
Fullerenes as ligands      492 493
Fullerenes with encapsulated metals      492 493 495
Fullerenes, complexes      492—494
Fullerenes, intercalation compounds      492
Fullerenes, structures      264 265
Fullerenes, synthesis      265
Fulminate $(CNO^-)$      55
Fuming sulfuric acid (oleum)      203
Fusion bomb      12
GaAs, as LED      227
Gallium      260
Gamma rays      5 7
Gay-Lussac, J.L.      16
Geis, I.      598
Genesis of the elements      5
Geometric isomers      310
Geometries of inorganic compounds      3
Gerade, orbital symmetry      124
Gerloch, M.      47
Germanes, structure      271
Germanium      262
Gillard, R.D.      450 636
Gillespie, R.J. and ligand close packing      66 67
Gillespie, R.J. and VSEPR      57
Gimarc, B.M      162
Glutamate mutase      595
Gold complexes, in arthritis treatment      622
Gouy method for magnetic susceptibility      339
Grain boundaries      231
graphite      263 264
Gray, H.B.      635
Greenhouse effect      634
Greenhouse effect, $\mathrm{CO_2}$      268 635
Greenhouse effect, methane      635
Greenhouse effect, SF5CF3      634
Greenwood, N.N.      14 237
Griffith, J.S.      304 343
Griffith, J.S., ligand field theory      12
Grignard reagent      255 457
Grignard, V.      457
Group 1 (IA) elements (alkali metals)      249—252
Group 13 (IIIA) elements      256—261
Group 14 (IVA) elements      261—271
Group 15 (VA) elements      272—279
Group 16 (VIA) elements      279—285
Group 17 (VIIA) elements (halogens)      285—290
Group 18 (VIIIA) elements (noble gases)      291—295
Group 2 (IIA) elements (alkaline earths)      253—255
Group orbitals      140
Group orbitals, $FHF^-$      141—143
Group orbitals, $\mathrm{BF_3}$      154—156
Group orbitals, $\mathrm{CO_2}$      143—147
Group orbitals, $\mathrm{C_5H_5}$      485 486
Group orbitals, $\mathrm{NH_3}$      152 153
Group orbitals, definition      140
Group orbitals, use of      140 141 143 144 146 148—151 153 155 157
Group theory      82—102
Group theory, approach to bonding      139 140
Group theory, molecular orbitals      140—157
Group, mathematical      82—92
Group, mathematical, characters      96—102
Group, mathematical, matrices      92—97
Group, mathematical, properties      93
Groups, low and high symmetry      84
gyromagnetic ratio      341
Haber — Bosch process, ammonia synthesis      13 274
Haber, E., 1918 Nobel Prize      274
Half-life      6
Half-sandwich compounds      491
Halogens (Group 17)      17
Halogens (Group 17), energy levels      188
Halogens (Group 17), properties      286
Hamiltonian operator      21
Hammett acidity function      203
Handedness of chelate rings      315—317
Handedness of EDTA complex      316
Handedness of ligand ring conformation      318 319
Handedness of propellers and helices      315
Handedness, determining for chiral complexes      317
Hapticity      458 459
Hapto, organometallic nomenclature      458 459
Hard and soft acids and bases, theory (HSAB)      179—192
Hardness of acid or base      188
Hardness parameters      189
Hardness, absolute (n)      187—189 191
Hargittai, I.      110
Hargittai, M.      110
Hawking, S.W.      14
Heavy metal salts, carbonyl complex parallels      557
Heck, R.E      527
Hegedus.L.S.      551
Heisenberg, W., quantum mechanics      11 21
Heisenberg, W., uncertainty principle      19 21
Helium, burning      7
Helium, isolation      291
Helium, isotopes      6
Helium, properties      291
Heme group      597
Heme group, binding in hemoglobin      597 598
Heme group, color      379
Hemeryfhrin      595
Hemoglobin      5 595 597—599
Hemoglobin, $\mathrm{CO_2}$ concentration      598
Hemoglobin, $\mathrm{CO}$ binding      598 599
Hemoglobin, Bohr effect      598
Hemoglobin, color      379
Hemoglobin, model compounds      599
Hemoglobin, oxygen binding curve      598
Hemoglobin, pH effect      598
Hemoglobin, substitutes      599
Hess’s Law      193
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