Inorganic Chemistry and Chemical Analysis Study Guide Second Edition: High victory, Xie Gang editor of the publication time: the 2011 edition of Introduction "Inorganic Chemistry and Chemical Analysis Study Guide (2nd Edition)" for the history of Kai Chen editor of the "Inorganic Chemistry and Chemical Analysis" (Third Edition) Supporting Teaching Reference Book. The book is divided into four parts: 1. Instruction, including course introduction, basic chemistry principles, guidance, chemical analysis, and elemental chemistry; 2. content, including basic teaching requirements, main points, Students' self-assessment exercises and answers, answers to the main textbook exercises, Chinese references; three, additional English exercises; four, appendix. This book is rich in content, moderate in difficulty, and obvious in layout. It is suitable for learning and use. This book can be used as a supplementary teaching material for chemistry, applied chemistry, materials chemistry, and chemistry education in general universities and normal colleges to study general chemistry and chemical analysis courses.
The first part of the table of contents I. Introduction to the course II. The basic chemistry principles part. Chapter 4 Preliminary Concepts and Chemical Equilibrium of Chemical Thermodynamics Chapter 4 Preliminary Concepts of Chemical Reaction Rate and Chemical Kinetics Chapter 5 Acid, Base and Acid-Base Reaction Chapter 6 Oxidation-Reduction Reaction and Electrochemistry Chapter 7 Metal Complexes Chapter 8 Chapter Physical properties of solution Chapter 9 Acid-base equilibrium and acid-base titration Chapter 10 Precipitation-dissolution equilibrium and precipitation titration Chapter 11 Complex equilibrium and complex titration Chapter 12 Conditional potential and redox titration Chapter 13 S-zone elements Chapter l4 Elements of Zone P (1)
Chapter 15 P Zone Elements (2)
Chapter 16 d Zone Elements Chapter 17 F Zone Elements Chapter 18 Hydrogen ... Part III Additional English Exercises Part Four Appendix