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Comprehensive Inorganic Chemistry III


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1st Edition 2023

Hrsg. v. Jan Reedijk und Kenneth Poeppelmeier


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Elsevier Science

Comprehensive Inorganic Chemistry III

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Comprehensive Inorganic Chemistry III, a ten-volume reference work, is intended to cover fundamental principles, recent discoveries, and significant applications of elements and their compounds. Authored by renowned experts in the field and edited by a world-class editorial board, each chapter provides a thorough and in-depth overview of the topic covered, featuring resources which will be useful to students, researchers, faculty as well as those in the industry. Comprehensive Inorganic Chemistry III focuses on main group chemistry, biological inorganic chemistry, solid state and materials chemistry, catalysis, and new developments in electrochemistry and photochemistry, as well as NMR and diffraction methods for studying inorganic compounds. The work expands on our 2013 work Comprehensive Inorganic Chemistry II while also adding new volumes on cutting-edge research areas and techniques for studying inorganic compounds. Researchers seeking background information on a specific problem involving the synthesis of inorganic compounds, as well as applications for numerous elements from the periodic table, and their compounds, will be able to rely on and refer to this authoritative scientific resource time and again. This new work complements Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry III (2021) and Comprehensive Organometallic Chemistry IV (2022), constituting a formidable trio of reference resources covering the whole of modern inorganic chemistry.

Key features

  • Presents a comprehensive review of fundamental principles, recent discoveries and important applications of elements and their compounds, offering readers a "one-stop", comprehensive resource for access to a wealth of information to fully support their research and activities in this area
  • Provides an excellent overview of the field that is an ideal resource for researchers and professionals
  • Includes interdisciplinary chapters written by experts from around the world in the fields of chemistry, crystallography, materials science, optics, physics, and biochemistry


Mid-career / senior researchers and teachers (faculty members, PDFs and graduate students) in chemistry, crystallography, materials science, optics, physics, and biochemistry who need further background or answers to specific problems on the metallic elements, their compounds, or applications. Faculty members, PDFs and graduate students from other areas of chemistry, notably; organic chemistry and computational chemistry, as well as materials scientists from industry. Senior undergraduates studying Inorganic Chemistry are also another secondary audience

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