The Periodic Table of Elements Post Transition Metals Metalloids and Nonmetals Children s Chemistry Book

Author: Baby Professor
Publisher: Speedy Publishing LLC
ISBN: 1541940733
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Why is it important for a child to study the periodic table of elements now? Can't he/she just wait until college to do that? Early learning is best because a child’s developing mind absorbs information at a faster rate than that of an adult. Also, the development of a healthy study habit begins during your child’s elementary years. So encourage reading and learning today!

PERIODIC TABLE OF ELEMENTS A

Author: Baby Professor
Publisher: Baby Professor
ISBN: 9781541905368
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In this reference book, we're going to discuss the alkali metals, the alkaline Earth metals and the transition metals. This is a very lively discussion that's complete with carefully selected information and pictures. You can read this book on your own or share it with some of your friends. Happy reading!

The Transition Elements

Author: Mary-Lane Kamberg
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN: 1435853326
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Explains the characteristics of the 37 transition metals, where they are found, how they are used by humans, and their relationship to other elements found in the periodic table.

Basic Concepts of Inorganic Chemistry

Author: D. N. Singh
Publisher: Pearson Education India
ISBN: 8131798682
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Basic Concepts of Inorganic Chemistry is thoroughly revised and designed as a student text to meet the needs of the students preparing for various competitive examinations. Each concept and principle is unfolded systematically, reflecting the vast experience, command and authority of the author on the subject. The subject has been explained using basic principles that make things easy to understand and absorb both for beginners as well as advanced learners. Each chapter is followed by graded multiple choice questions (the core of the competitive exams) based on concepts, principles and applications, providing the student with necessary recapitulation and ensuring speed and accuracy.

The Transition Metals

Author: Nigel Saunders
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780431169927
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This series uses a common or well-known element to look at the groups of the periodic table and to show the similarities and differences between elements. It uses full-colour illustration of the periodic table and shows the chemical symbol for each element in place, alongside its neighbours. Chemical formulae for common compounds are also shown. Information boxes and tables contain listings of facts and figures. Chemical reactions are interpreted as word equations, and timelines chart the history and discovery of the elements the periodic table (which includes naturally occurring and artificially made elements), the trends that develop across the period and how the slow nature of the chemical reactions compare with other elements. Typical examples are chromium, molybdenum and manganese, which form coloured compounds, make strong alloys with other elements and provide good catalysts.

Metals and Metalloids

Author: Monica Halka
Publisher: Facts on File
ISBN: 9780816073702
Format: PDF, ePub
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Describes the discovery, uses, dangers, and physical characteristics of metals and metalloids, and discusses how they relate to other elements in the periodic table.

Organometallic Chemistry

Author: Ian J. S. Fairlamb
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
ISBN: 1849731373
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A series of critical reviews and perspectives focussing on specific aspects of organometallic chemistry interfacing with other fields of study are provided. For this volume, the critical reviews cover topics such as the activation of "inert" carbon-hydrogen bonds, ligand design and organometallic radical species. For example, Charlie O'Hara discusses how mixed-metal compounds may perform the highly selective activation of C-H bonds and, in particular, how synergic relationships between various metals are crucial to this approach. The chemistry of a remarkable series of air-stable chiral primary phosphine ligands is discussed in some depth by Rachel Hiney, Arne Ficks, Helge M ller-Bunz, Declan Gilheany and Lee Higham. This article focuses on the preparation of these ligands and also how they may be applied in various catalytic applications. Bas De Bruin reports on how ligand radical reactivity can be employed in synthetic organometallic chemistry and catalysis to achieve selectivity in radical-type transformations. As well as highlighting ligand-centered radical transformations in open-shell transition metals, an overview of the catalytic mechanism of Co(II)-catalysed olefin cyclopropanation is given, showing that enzyme-like cooperative metal-ligand-radical reactivity is no longer limited to real enzymes. Valuable and informative comprehensive reviews in the field of organometallic chemistry are also covered in this volume. For example, organolithium and organocuprate chemistry are reviewed by Joanna Haywood and Andrew Wheatley; aspects in Group 2 (Be-Ba) and Group 12 (Zn-Hg) compounds by Robert Less, Rebecca Melen and Dominic Wright; metal clusters by Mark Humphrey and Marie Cifuentes; and recent developments in the chemistry of the elements of Group 14 - focusing on low-coordination number compounds by Richard Layfield. This volume therefore covers many synthetic and applied aspects of modern organometallic chemistry which ought to be of interest to inorganic, organic and applied catalysis fields."

Inorganic Chemistry of the Transition Elements

Author: B. F. G. Johnson
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
ISBN: 0851865003
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Reflecting the growing volume of published work in this field, researchers will find this book an invaluable source of information on current methods and applications.

Transition Metal Organometallic Chemistry

Author: R. Bruce King
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0323159966
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Transition-Metal Organometallic Chemistry: An Introduction presents the basic facts and principles of transition-metal organometallic chemistry. The book discusses the general principles of transition-metal organometallic chemistry; the organometallic derivatives of the early transition metals; and the organometallic derivatives of chromium, molybdenum, and tungsten. The text also describes the organometallic derivatives of manganese, technetium, and rhenium; the organometallic derivatives of iron, ruthenium, and osmium; and the organometallic derivatives of cobalt, rhodium, and iridium. The organometallic derivatives of nickel, palladium, platinum, copper, silver, and gold are also considered. Chemists and chemistry students will find the book invaluable.