English translation of the Russian edition (Vissh. Khim. Kolledzh Rus. Acad. Nauk), MMCME, MOSCOW CENTER FOR CONTINUOUS MATHEMATICAL EDUCATION, Moscow, 2009, ISBN 978-5-94057-451-4
2011, IV, 157p. 154 illus., 110 illus. in color.
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Valuable supplement to Inorganic Chemistry textbooks
Easy to use
Each reference scheme presents information on one element, its derivatives and their transformation
Information on each double-sided sheet usually covered within one whole big chapter of a textbook
Clearly structured which simplifies considerably the search for necessary information.
The present supplement to Inorganic Chemistry courses is developed in the form of reference schemes, presenting the information on one or several related element derivatives and their mutual transformations within one double-sided sheet. The compounds are placed from left to right corresponding to the increase in the formal oxidation number of the element considered. For each distinct oxidation state the upper position in the column is occupied by an oxide, its hydrated forms, followed then by basic (and oxo-) and normal salts. The position of each compound in this scheme is unambiguously determined in this approach by the central atom oxidation number (in the horizontal direction) and the nature of ligand (in the vertical one), which simplifies considerably the search for necessary information. The mutual transformations are displayed by arrows accompanied by the reagents or other factors responsible for the reaction (red arrows mean oxidation, green arrows mean reduction, black arrows – if the oxidation number is not changed). Modern training programs require the mastering of a tremendous amount of data. The present tables should serve as a useful addition to textbooks and lectures.