Chemistry Of Transition Elements
Discovery Publishing House, 2010 - 220 pages
Contents: The Properties of Transition Elements, Titanium, Zirconium and Hafnium Group IV A, Vanadium, Niobium and Tantalum Group V A, Chromium, Molybdenum and Tungsten Group VI A, Manganese, Technetium and Rhenium Group VII A, Iron, Cobalt and Nickel, The Platinum Metals, Copper, Silver and Gold Group IB, Analytical and Biological Aspects of Transition Metals, Coordination Compounds, Lanthanides & Actinides.
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Iron Cobalt and Nickel
The Platinum Metals
Copper Silver and GoldGroup IB
Analytical and Biological Aspects of Transition
absorption acid alkali ammonia anhydrous anion aqueous solution atomic number blue bonding carbon carbonyl cations charge number chemistry chloride chromium cobalt colour colourless complex ion containing converted coordination compounds coordination number copper covalent crystallised d-block diamagnetic direct combination dissolves donors EDTA electronic configuration energy enzymes example ferrocene fluorine formation give halides halogen heating HNO3 hybridization hydrated hydrogen ionic iron iron(II isomerism isomers known lanthanide lattice ligands magnetic manganese metal atoms metal ion MnO4 molecules molybdenum nickel nickel(II Niobium nitrogen obtained octahedral octahedral complexes optical isomerism orbitals oxidation oxidising agents OXOACID oxygen paramagnetic platinum metals potassium precipitated properties reactions reacts rhenium salt shown sodium solid soluble solvent spectrum square planar stable structure sulphate sulphide Table temperature tetragonal tetrahedral thermally TiO2 titanium transition elements transition metal transition series treating tungsten unpaired electrons vanadium violet yellow