Chemical Bonding in Solids

Chemical Bonding in Solids

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This book offers a clear, pedagogical synthesis of chemical bonding theory and structural considerations in solid state chemistry at the level of a first year graduate course. It will also be of interest to a large variety of researchers interested in applying the latest theoretical ideas to their more applied efforts in synthesizing and characterizing important new materials.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 336 pages
  • 149.9 x 231.1 x 22.9mm | 544.32g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • numerous line figures, tables
  • 0195089928
  • 9780195089929

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"I found the critical re-inspection of familiar concepts such as ionic radii and close packing of spheres most interesting. The author does away with Pauling's rules and the classification of bond types as introduced by Van Arkel and Ketelaar."--Wolfgang Sachtler, Northwestern University "I found the critical re-inspection of familiar concepts such as ionic radii and close packing of spheres most interesting. The author does away with Pauling's rules and the classification of bond types as introduced by Van Arkel and Ketelaar."--Wolfgang Sachtler, Northwestern University "I found the critical re-inspection of familiar concepts such as ionic radii and close packing of spheres most interesting. The author does away with Pauling's rules and the classification of bond types as introduced by Van Arkel and Ketelaar."--Wolfgang Sachtler, Northwestern University "I found the critical re-inspection of familiar concepts such as ionic radii and close packing of spheres most interesting. The author does away with Pauling's rules and the classification of bond types as introduced by Van Arkel and Ketelaar."--Wolfgang Sachtler, Northwestern University "I found the critical re-inspection of familiar concepts such as ionic radii and close packing of spheres most interesting. The author does away with Pauling's rules and the classification of bond types as introduced by Van Arkel and Ketelaar."--Wolfgang Sachtler, Northwestern Universityshow more