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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
Heteroboranes      577 579
Heterogeneous catalysis      534 548—571
Heteronuclear diatomic molecules      134 135 138
Hexaamminecobalt(III) chloride      300
Hexagonal close packing (hep)      210 211 213
HF      287
HF, symmetry      89
HI      287
High spin complexes      347 348 351 367 368
High symmetry groups      82—85
Highest Occupied Molecular Orbital (HOMO)      127 137
Highest order rotation axis      78
Hinze, J., electronegativity      64
History of inorganic chemistry      5 11
Hoffmann, R.      558 559 561 565
Hole formalism      406
Holes (electron vacancies)      223 225—227
Holes, octahedral and tetrahedral in crystals      210 212
HOMO (highest occupied molecular orbital)      127 137
HOMO (highest occupied molecular orbital) and ionization energy      187
HOMO (highest occupied molecular orbital), $\mathrm{CO}$      138
HOMO (highest occupied molecular orbital), $\mathrm{NH_3}$      153 154 156 170
HOMO-LUMO, combination and acid-base reaction      171—174 176
HOMO-LUMO, diagrams      173 174 177 187
HOMO-LUMO, energies and hydrogen bonding      177
HOMO-LUMO, interactions      173 174 177 187
Homogeneous catalysis      534 535 537—539 541 543 544 547 549 550
Homogeneous catalysis, water gas shift reaction      550
Homoleptic compounds      476
Homonuclear diatomic molecules      116 122 125—128 130 132 133
HSAB and qualitative analysis      185
HSAB and solubility      222
HSAB, halogens as examples      188
Huheey, J.E., electronegativity      64 65
Hund’s rules      386 388
Hund’s rules, maximum multiplicity      35 386
Hybrid orbitals      158 159
Hybrid orbitals and group theory      157—161
Hybrid orbitals, $\mathrm{BF_3}$      159 160
Hybrid orbitals, $\mathrm{SO_3}$, $sp^2$      158
Hybrid orbitals, water      158
Hydrate isomerism      309 310 319
Hydrated metal ion acidities      198
Hydration enthalpies of $M^{2+}$ transition metal ions, LFSE      351 352
Hydration enthalpies of $M^{2+}$ transition metal ions, simulated      375
Hydrazine      274
Hydrazine, oxidation      275
Hydrazoic acid $\mathrm{(HN_3)}$      274
Hydride complexes      477
Hydride elimination      533
Hydride ion      248
Hydrides      248
Hydrofluoric acid      203
Hydroformylation      535 537 538
Hydrogen      247
Hydrogen as a fuel      248
Hydrogen atom wave functions, angular functions      26
Hydrogen atom wave functions, radial functions      27
Hydrogen atom, energy levels      20
Hydrogen atom, spectrum      21
Hydrogen atoms, bridging      1 3 256 257 259
Hydrogen atoms, terminal      1 3
Hydrogen bonding      174 176
Hydrogen bonding and molecular orbitals      174 176 177
Hydrogen bonding in ice      71
Hydrogen bonding in proteins      71 72
Hydrogen bonding, unsymmetrical, molecular orbitals      176
Hydrogen burning      6
Hydrogen fluoride, boiling point      69
Hydrogen ion      248
Hydrogen isotopes      6 9 247
Hydrogen peroxide decomposition rates      600
Hydrogen sulfide $\mathrm{(H_2S)}$ bond angle      66
Hydrogen, bridging      256 257 259
Hydrogen, chemical properties      248
Hydrogen, preparation      248
Hydrogen-bonded protein structures, $\alpha$ helix      71 72
Hydrogen-bonded protein structures, pleated sheet      71 72
Hydrogenase enzymes      475
Hydrogenation, by Wilkinson’s catalyst      542—544
Hydrohalic acids      287
Hydrohalic acids, carbonyl complex parallels      557
Hydrolysis of esters, amides, and peptides      446
Hydronium ion      167
Hydroxyl radical, photochemical smog      631
Hydroxymethylation, by cobalamin      603
I (internal) strain      199
i, inversion operation      79
Ice, structure      71
Identity operation (E)      77 81 93
Imperfections in Solids      231 232
Improper rotation      79 81
Indium, properties      260
Inductive effects      196
Industrial chemicals, top twenty      240
Inert pair effect      260 271
Infrared spectra      76 103 104 106—110
Infrared spectra and acid-base reactions      192
Infrared spectra, carbonyl stretching bands      506
Infrared spectra, infrared-active molecular vibrations      76 103 104 106—110
Infrared spectra, number of infrared bands      503
Infrared spectra, organometallic compounds      503 504 506
Ingold — Robinson acid-base definition      166
Inner and outer orbital complexes      343
Inorganic compounds, examples of geometries      3
Insertion reactions 1,1      527
Insertion reactions 1,2      527 528 532
Insulator, band structure      223
Interchange mechanism (I)      415
Interchange mechanism (I) in square-planar reactions      435 436
Interchange mechanism (I), rate equation      417—419
Interhalogen compounds      289
Interhalogen compounds, carbonyl parallels      557
Intraligand bands      408
Intrinsic semiconductor      225
Inverse of a group operation      93
Inversion (i)      79 81
Iodine adduct colors      178 180
Iodine, isolation      285
Ion exchange properties of zeolites      236
Ionic compounds and molecular orbitals      138 139
Ionic crystals      138
Ionic radius      44 46 47 668—671
Ionic radius and ionic charge      47
Ionic radius and nuclear charge      47
Ionic radius and number of electrons      47
Ionic radius, reaction rates      422
Ionization energy      43 44 138 139 244 671 672
Ionization energy, Born — Haber cycle      220
Ionization isomerism      309 310 320
Ionization potential      43
IR spectra, active vibrational modes      76 103 104 106—110
IR spectra, CO complexes      109 110 468—471 504 506
Iron pyrites $\mathrm{(FeS_2)}$ in mine tailings      629
Irreducible representation      96—102 105—107
Irreducible representation, characters of      96
Irreducible representation, notation      101 102
Isocarbonyls (oxygen-bonded carbonyls)      474
Isoelectronic molecules      52 156
Isolobal $\mathrm{Co(CO)_3}$ and CR      561
Isolobal $\mathrm{Mn(CO)_5}$ and $\mathrm{CR_3}$      561
Isolobal analogy      558—561 563—566
Isolobal analogy, extensions      561 565
Isolobal definitions      558—561
Isolobal symbol      559
Isomerism, coordination compounds      309—313 315 316 318—320 322 323
Isomerization by cobalamin      603
Isomerization of chelate rings      433
Isomerization, twist mechanisms      434
Isomers of triaminotriethylamine complexes      312
Isomers, $[Co(tren)(sal)]^+$      313
Isomers, $\Delta}$      316
Isomers, $\Lambda$      316
Isomers, $\mathrm{Ma_2b_2cd}$      314
Isomers, ambidentate      309 320 321
Isomers, chelate ring combinations      315—317
Isomers, chiral      310
Isomers, cis and trans      302 304 308 310 311
Isomers, cis and trans, diamminedichloroplatinum (II), $\mathrm{[PtCl_2(NH_3)_2]}$      308
Isomers, classification      310
Isomers, conformational      310
Isomers, constitutional      310
Isomers, coordination      309 320
Isomers, facial      312
Isomers, four-coordinate complexes      310 311
Isomers, geometric      310
Isomers, hydrate      309 310 319
Isomers, identification      322
Isomers, ionization      309 310 320
Isomers, linkage      309 310 320 321
Isomers, meridional      312
Isomers, number for specific complexes      315
Isomers, optical      302 310
Isomers, separation      322
Isomers, six-coordinate complexes      311—313 315
Isomers, solvent      309
Isomers, stereo      309 310
Isomers, structural      310
Isomers, X-ray crystallography for identification      322
Isomers, [Mabcdef]      313
Isotopes, definition      8
Isotopes, hydrogen      247
Jaffe, H.H., electronegativity      64
Jahn — Teller, distortion      370 398 400
Jahn — Teller, distortions and spectra      398
Jahn — Teller, effect      327 370—372 398
Jahn — Teller, excited states      400
Jahn — Teller, theorem      398
Jean, Y.      162
Jorgensen, S.M., coordination chemistry      12 300 301
Kaim, W.      635
Kammerling Onnes, H      228
Kaolinite      234
Kealy, T.J.      457
Kekule, F.A.      16
Kettle, S.F.A.      110
KF as base      168
Kinetic chelate effect      428
Kinetic consequences of reaction pathways      417
Kinetics and stereochemistry of square-planar substitutions      434
Klado borane definition      574
Klechkowsky’s rule      37
Krypton, fluoride compounds      295
Krypton, isolation      291
Kyoto, Japan, conference on greenhouse gases      268
l, angular momentum quantum number      26—28
L, quantum number      340
Laccase      595
Lactotransferrin      604
Lanthanide contraction      49
Lanthanides      17
Laporte selection rule      390 406
Latimer diagrams      676—680
Latimer diagrams, hydrogen      245
Latimer diagrams, nitrogen      278
Latimer diagrams, oxygen      246
Lattice energy      220 221
Lattice enthalpy      139 221
Lattice enthalpy and Madelung constant      220 221
Lattice enthalpy, Born — Haber cycle      220
Lattice points      209
Lavoisier, acid-base definition      166
Lead      262
Lead in paint      627
Lead in tetraethyllead, $\mathrm{Pb(C_2H_5)_4}$      627
Lead, environmental      627
Lead, toxicity      262
Leaving groups, effect on rate      435—437
Leveling effect and solvent properties      201 202
Levorotatory      102
Lewis acid-base definition      166 170
Lewis acids, and carbyne complexes      56 501
Lewis bases, disproportionation by      57 557
Lewis model of $FHF^-$      143
Lewis, G.N      170
Lewis, G.N, electron-dot diagrams      51—53 55—61 691—695
LFSE (ligand field stabilization energy)      345 348 349 351
LFSE (ligand field stabilization energy) and $\pi$ bonding      355 356
LFSE (ligand field stabilization energy) and water exchange rate      421
LFSE (ligand field stabilization energy) of hydration      351 352
LFSE (ligand field stabilization energy), calculation      351
Liebig, J. and ethylene complexes      457
Liebig, J., acid-base definition      165 166
Ligand bulk and reactivity      523
Ligand close-packing (LCP)      66
Ligand cone angle      523
Ligand dissociation reactions      520—522
Ligand field activation energy (LFAE)      420
Ligand field stabilization energy (LFSE)      345 349 351
Ligand field stabilization energy (LFSE) for aqueous ions      349
Ligand field stabilization energy (LFSE), $\pi$ bonding      355
Ligand field stabilization energy (LFSE), calculation      351
Ligand field stabilization energy (LFSE), enthalpy of hydration      351 352
Ligand field strength and spin states      348
Ligand field theory      12 304 342 345
Ligand reducibility and electron transfer      444
Ligand ring conformation      318 319
Ligand substitution      521 522
Ligand to metal $(L \rightarrow M)$ $\pi$ bonding      355
Ligand to metal charge transfer (LMCT)      407
Ligands      302
Ligands, $\pi$ acceptor      364 365 368
Ligands, $\pi$ donor      366—368
Ligands, $\sigma$ donor and spectra      367
Ligands, ambidentate      320
Ligands, bidentate      307
Ligands, bridging      308 460
Ligands, chelating      302
Ligands, common monodentate      305
Ligands, common multidentate      306
Ligands, defined      299
Ligands, organometallic      462 467
Ligands, organometallic compounds      459
Ligands, reactions of coordinated      446 448
Ligands, strong field      346 347 351 367
Ligands, weak field      346 347 351 367
Light-activated switch      227
Light-emitting diode (LED), emission frequencies      227
Linear $\pi$ systems      479 480 482—484
Linear combinations of the atomic orbitals (LCAO)      116
Linear free energy relationship (LFER)      423 424
Linear geometry, VSEPR      58 61—63
Linkage (ambidentate) isomerism      309 310 320
Lippard, S.J.      635
Lithium aluminum hydride      248
Lithium halide solubilities      181
Lithophiles      10
London forces      69
Lone pair repulsion, VSEPR      59—62
Lone pair-bonding pair (lp-bp) repulsion, VSEPR      60—63
Lone pair-lone pair (lp-lp) repulsion, VSEPR      60—63
Lone pairs      51
Lone pairs, structures containing      61
Low spin complexes      347 348 351 367
Low symmetry groups      82—84
Low symmetry molecules      84
Lowest Unoccupied Molecular Orbital (LUMO)      127 137
Lowry, T.M.      167
LS coupling      382 391
Luminescence, and LED      227
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