Encyclopedia of Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry

Encyclopedia of Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry

Online ISBN: 9781119951438

DOI: 10.1002/9781119951438

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  1. Bioinorganic Chemistry
  2. Catalysis
  3. Computational Methods
  4. Energy Chemistry
  5. Environmental Chemistry
  6. General Principles
    1. Acidity Constants
    2. Acidity: Pauling's Rules
    3. Acids & Acidity
    4. Allosterism
    5. Allotrope
    6. Amphoterism
    7. Anion
    8. Antiaromatic Compound
    9. Antibonding
    10. Antiferromagnetism
    11. Antistructure
    12. Associative Substitution
    13. Atomic Mass
    14. Atomic Number
    15. Atomization Enthalpy of Metals
    16. Atoms & Ions
    17. Aufbau Principle
    18. Autoprotolysis
    19. Back Bonding
    20. Bailar Twist
    21. π-Base
    22. Berry Pseudorotation
    23. Binding Energy of Nuclei
    24. Bite Angle
    25. σ-Bond Complexes
    26. Bond Dissociation Energy
    27. Bond Energies
    28. Bond Length
    29. Bond Multiplicity
    30. Bond Order
    31. δ-Bond
    32. π-Bond
    33. σ-Bond
    34. Carbanion
    35. Carbocation
    36. Carbon: Fullerenes
    37. Catalysis
    38. Catenation
    39. Cation
    40. Charge Controlled Reactions
    41. Chelate Effect
    42. Chelating Ligands
    43. Chemical Bonding
    44. Chiral
    45. Chiral Auxiliary
    46. Class A & Class B Behavior
    47. Clathrate
    48. Close Packing
    49. Coalescence Temperature
    50. Color
    51. Common Anion Rule
    52. Condensation
    53. Cone Angle
    54. Cooperativity
    55. Coordination & Organometallic Chemistry: Principles
    56. Coordination Chemistry: History
    57. Coordination Complexes
    58. Coordination Geometries
    59. Coordination Isomers
    60. Coordination Numbers & Geometries
    61. Correlation Diagram
    62. Coulombic Interaction
    63. Counter Ions
    64. Covalent Bonds
    65. Covalent Radii
    66. Crystal Field Stabilization Energy
    67. Crystal Field Theory
    68. Curie
    69. Curie Constant
    70. Curie Temperature
    71. d–d Transitions
    72. d-Orbitals
    73. Davies–Green–Mingos Rules
    74. Defects in Solids
    75. Delocalized Bonding
    76. Deuterium
    77. Deuteron
    78. Diamagnetism
    79. Diastereotopy
    80. Dielectric Polarizabilities of Oxides & Fluorides
    81. Diffraction Methods in Inorganic Chemistry
    82. Dipole Moment
    83. Dipoles & Dipolar Effects
    84. Disproportionation
    85. Dissociation
    86. dn Configuration
    87. Dodecahedral
    88. Donor Atom
    89. σ-Donor
    90. Double Salt
    91. Drago Parameters
    92. Drago–Wayland Scheme
    93. Effective Atomic Number Rule
    94. Eighteen Electron Compounds
    95. Electrets
    96. Electrochemical Series
    97. Electrochemistry: Applications in Inorganic Chemistry
    98. Electrode Potentials
    99. Electron Affinity
    100. Electron Configuration
    101. Electron Counting
    102. Electron Deficient Compound
    103. Electron Transfer in Coordination Compounds
    104. Electron Transfer Reactions: Theory
    105. Electronegativity
    106. Electroneutrality
    107. Electronic Structure of Clusters
    108. Electronic Structure of Main-Group Compounds
    109. Electronic Structure of Organometallic Compounds
    110. Electronic Structure of Solids
    111. Electronic Transition
    112. Electrophile
    113. Electrophilic Reaction
    114. Electrostatic Bond Strength
    115. Ellingham Diagram
    116. Enantioselectivity
    117. Endothermic Reaction
    118. Enthalpy
    119. Entropy
    120. Equilibrium Constant
    121. Excited State
    122. Exothermic Reaction
    123. Expanded Octet
    124. Extended Structures
    125. f-Block Metals
    126. f-Orbitals
    127. Fajans' Rules
    128. Ferrimagnetism
    129. Ferroelectricity
    130. Ferromagnetism
    131. Fluorescence
    132. Fluxional Molecule
    133. Force Constant
    134. Formal Charge
    135. Formal Oxidation State
    136. Frontier Orbitals
    137. Gibbs Energy
    138. Ground State
    139. Hapticity
    140. Hard & Soft Acids and Bases
    141. Heterolytic Cleavage
    142. HOMO
    143. HOMO–LUMO Gap
    144. Homolytic Cleavage
    145. Hund's Rules
    146. Hybridization
    147. Hydrated Electron
    148. Hydrated Ions
    149. Hydrates
    150. Hydrogen Bonding
    151. Hydrogen Bonding & Dihydrogen Bonding
    152. Hydron
    153. Hydronium Ion
    154. Hydrophilicity
    155. Hydrophobicity
    156. Hyperconjugation
    157. Hypervalent Compounds
    158. Icosahedron
    159. In Situ Reaction
    160. Inert Pair Effect
    161. Inner-Sphere Reaction
    162. Intermolecular
    163. Intersystem Crossing
    164. Intramolecular
    165. Ion Pairing
    166. Ionic Bonds
    167. Ionic Character
    168. Ionization Potential
    169. Isoelectronic
    170. Isomer, Types of
    171. (E) & (Z) Isomers
    172. Isomorphous
    173. Isosteric Groups
    174. Isotopic Perturbation of Resonance
    175. Isotopomer
    176. Kapustinskii Equation
    177. Kinetic Lability
    178. Kinetic Stability
    179. Klechkowsky's Rule
    180. Koopman's Theorem
    181. Labile
    182. Lanthanide Contraction
    183. Lattice Energy
    184. LCAO Approximation
    185. Leveling Effect
    186. Lewis Acids & Bases
    187. Ligand
    188. Ligand Field Theory
    189. Ligand Field Theory & Spectra
    190. Localized & Delocalized Orbital Descriptions
    191. Localized Bonding
    192. Lone Pair
    193. Long-Range Electron Transfer in Biology
    194. Luminescence
    195. Luminescence Behavior & Photochemistry of Organotransition Metal Compounds
    196. LUMO
    197. Madelung Constant
    198. Magnetism of Transition Metal Ions
    199. Main Group: Multiple Bonding
    200. Mechanisms of Reaction of Organometallic Complexes
    201. Mechanochemistry
    202. Metalloid
    203. Metals
    204. Microstates
    205. Mixed Oxidation States
    206. Molecular Orbital Theory
    207. Molecular Orbitals
    208. Nineteen Electron Configuration
    209. Node
    210. Nomenclature
    211. Noncrossing Rule
    212. Nucleon
    213. Nucleophile
    214. Nucleus
    215. Octahedral
    216. Octet Rule
    217. Oligomer
    218. Origin of the Elements
    219. Outer-Sphere Reaction
    220. Oxidation Number
    221. Oxides: Solid-State Chemistry
    222. Oxoanion
    223. Oxophilic Character
    224. p-Orbitals
    225. Paramagnetic Organometallic Complexes
    226. Paramagnetism
    227. Pauli Principle
    228. Pauling's Rules
    229. Pentagonal Bipyramid
    230. Periodic Table
    231. Periodic Table: Historical Aspects
    232. Periodic Table: Trends in the Properties of the Elements
    233. Peroxide
    234. Phosphorescence
    235. Photochemistry
    236. Photochemistry of Transition Metal Complexes: Theory
    237. Photochromism
    238. Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Transition Metal Systems
    239. Photosensitization
    240. Picolinic Acid
    241. Pnictide
    242. Polar Bonds
    243. Polar Compounds
    244. Polarizability
    245. Polyhedra
    246. Polymer
    247. Polymorph
    248. Polyprotic Acid
    249. Pourbaix Diagram
    250. pπ[BOND]dπ Bonding
    251. Proton
    252. Protonation
    253. Quadrupolar
    254. Quantum Yield
    255. Quasicrystals
    256. Racah Parameter
    257. Radicals
    258. Redistribution Reaction
    259. Redox Potential
    260. Redox Properties & Processes
    261. Reduction
    262. Regiochemistry
    263. Regioselectivity
    264. Robin & Day Scheme
    265. s-Orbitals
    266. Schiff Base
    267. Self-Assembly
    268. Self-Exchange Reaction
    269. Short-Lived Intermediates
    270. Singlet State
    271. Solids: Characterization by Powder Diffraction
    272. Solids: Computer Modeling
    273. Solvolysis
    274. Sonication
    275. Speciation: Radionuclides
    276. Spectrochemical Series
    277. Splitting, Crystal Field & Molecular Orbital
    278. Square Antiprism
    279. Square Planar
    280. Square Pyramidal
    281. Stability Constants & Their Determination
    282. Steady-State Kinetics
    283. Stereochemical Nonrigidity of Organometallic Complexes
    284. Stereochemistry
    285. Stereoselectivity
    286. Steric Effect
    287. Steric Requirement
    288. Structure & Property Maps for Inorganic Solids
    289. Superacid
    290. Superconductivity
    291. Superoxide
    292. Symmetry Adapted Linear Combinations
    293. Symmetry Point Groups
    294. Tanabe–Sugano Diagram
    295. Tetradentate Ligand
    296. Thermochromism
    297. Thermodynamics: Laws
    298. Three-Center Bond
    299. Timescale
    300. Tolman's Cone Angle
    301. Topotactic
    302. Trans Effect
    303. Trans Influence
    304. Transannular Bonding
    305. Transition Metal Carbonyls: Infrared Spectra
    306. Tribocharging and the Triboelectric Series
    307. Trigonal Bipyramidal
    308. Trigonal Prism
    309. Triplet State
    310. Valence Bond Theory
    311. Valence Orbitals
    312. Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion Model
    313. van der Waals Forces
    314. Vicinal
    315. Wade's Rules
    316. Walsh Diagram
    317. Wavefunction
    318. Woodward–Hoffmann Rules
    319. Zero Point Energy
    320. Zwitterion
  7. Green Chemistry and Sustainability
  8. Inorganic and Coordination Chemistry
  9. Lanthanides and Actinides
  10. Main Group Elements
  11. Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry
  12. Metalloproteins
  13. Nuclear Chemistry and Radionuclides
  14. Organometallic Chemistry
  15. Physical Methods
  16. Solid-State, Materials, and Nanomaterials
  17. Toxicology
  18. Transition Metals

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