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Three-part Organization:PART 1: Foundations provides students with a review of chemistry, the basics of structure and bonding using both qualitative and quantitative explanations.PART 2: Elements and their compounds marches through the periodic table and main group elements often referred to as descriptive chemistry.PART 3: Frontiers features cutting-edge research. This is especially important for advanced courses in inorganic chemistry.Student Friendly Pedagogy:- Context boxes illustrate the diversity of inorganic chemistry applications to advanced materials, industrial processes, environmental chemistry, and everyday life.- Key points summarize the main take-home message of each section.- Further reading sections at the end of the chapter list sources for more information.- Resource sections provide an extensive data section and information relating to group theory and spectroscopy.Emphasis on Problem Solving Skills:- Worked Examples followed by Self-tests provide practice with calculations and problems.- End-of-chapter Exercises have students practice balancing equations, predicting and drawing structures, and manipulating data- Tutorial Problems are more demanding, could have more than one right answer, and are often based on a research paper. These may be used for classroom discussion or an essay based assignment.- Molecular Modeling Problems on the book
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