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1 Chapter 0 Introduction 1 If organic chemistry is defined as the chemistry of compounds of carbon, primarily those containing hydrogen or halogens plus other elements, inorganic chemistry can be described broadly as the chemistry of “everything else” Inorganic chemistry is a vast and thriving discipline that deals with over a hundred elements from many points of view and touches all other branches of science. Chapter 0 Introduction Inorganic Chemistry Chapter 0 Introduction 2 Organic vs. Inorganic Compounds 1, 2,. ...5,6. ... 4 max Coordination numbers
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Unformatted text preview: terminal and bridging terminal Alkyl groups terminal M-H, bridging M-H-M terminal C-H Bonding with hydrogen σ , π , δ σ , π Bonding between adjacent atoms Inorganic Organic Chapter 0 Introduction 3 Organic and Inorganic Molecules Chapter 0 Introduction 4 Terminal and Bridging Groups Unusual coordination numbers for H, C 2 Chapter 0 Introduction 5 Chapter 0 Introduction 6 Typical geometries of inorganic compounds Chapter 0 Introduction 7 Metal-metal bonds Chapter 0 Introduction 8 Sigma-, Pi-, and Delta-bonds...
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2010 for the course CHEM CHEM131 taught by Professor Lin during the Fall '09 term at HKUST.

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