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Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, Second Edition Author: Ma collar, Zhilin Li, Zhou Guoqiang, eds Publication date: 2015
Series items: Excellent teaching materials of China Petroleum and Chemical Industry, "12th Five-Year Plan" of general higher education. Brief introduction of content "Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry (Second Edition)" draws on the easy-to-understand features of non-chemistry major textbooks, and maintains chemistry The depth and breadth of professional textbooks, comprehensive knowledge of inorganic chemistry and analytical chemistry, can fully meet the needs of students for postgraduate research. The main content includes 19 chapters including basic principles of chemistry, chemical equilibrium and applications, titration analysis, elementary chemistry knowledge, and absorbance photometry. It is committed to training students to master the correct thinking and learning methods, and improve their ability to comprehensively analyze and solve problems. The layout is based on the basic principles of chemistry, combining the four major balances with the corresponding titration analysis methods. The theory and practice are more closely combined, which is more suitable for the requirements of quality education and convenient for self-study. It can be based on different majors, teaching objects, and teaching. Make flexible choices for teaching materials such as hours. "Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry (Second Edition)" can be used as a textbook for related majors in chemistry, chemical engineering, materials, environmental science, pharmacy, life science, medicine, agriculture and forestry colleges, as well as environmental engineering, pharmaceutical engineering, light industry and aquaculture. Professional teacher and student reference.
Chapter 1 State of matter
1.1 Gas
1.1.1 Ideal gas equation of state
1.1.2 Dalton's law of partial pressure
1.2 Liquids and solids
1.2.1 Properties of liquids and solids
1.2.2 Phase diagram of water
1.3 Dispersion
1.3.1 Solution
1.3.2 Colligability of Dilute Solution
1.3.3 Sol
1.3.4 Polymer solutions and associative colloids
1.4 Plasma
1.5 Supercritical Exercises Chapter 2. Atomic Structure
2.1 Modern concepts of atomic structure
2.1.1 Quantization
2.1.2 Wave-particle duality of electrons
2.1.3 Statistical Laws of Microparticle Motion——Wave Equation
2.1.4 Atomic orbit Ψ and probability density | Ψ | 2 graph
2.2 Arrangement of electrons outside the nucleus
2.2.1 Atomic energy levels
2.2.2 Arrangement of electrons outside the nucleus
2.3 Atomic structure and periodic table of elements
2.3.1 Atomic electronic layer structure and element division
2.3.2 Atomic Electronic Layer Structure and Period
2.3.3 Atomic Electronic Layer Structure and Family
2.4 Atomic structure and elemental properties
2.4.1 Atomic radius
2.4.2 Ionization potential
2.4.3 Electronic affinity
2.4.4 Electronegativity of elements
2.4.5 Metallic and Nonmetallic ExercisesChapter 3 Molecular Structure and Crystal Structure
3.1 Covalent bond theory
3.1.1 Valence bond theory
3.1.2 Hybrid Orbital Theory
3.1.3 Valence layer electron pair mutual exclusion theory
3.1.4 Plutonium molecular orbital theory
3.2 Intermolecular forces and hydrogen bonding
3.2.1 Dipole moment and polarizability of molecules
3.2.2 Intermolecular forces
3.2.3 Hydrogen bonding
3.3 Crystal structure and type
3.3.1 molecular crystal
3.3.2 Atomic Crystal
3.3.3 Ionic crystals and ionic bonds
3.3.4 Exercises for Metal Crystals and Metal Bonds
4.1 Some common terms
4.1.1 System and environment
4.1.2 Internal energy
4.1.3 States and State Functions
4.1.4 Breadth and strength properties
4.1.5 Standard state of thermodynamics
4.1.6 Process and approach
4.1.7 Heat and work-the first law of thermodynamics
4.2 Thermochemistry
4.2.1 Concepts of isovolumetric heat effect, isobaric heat effect and enthalpy
4.2.2 Thermochemical Equation
4.2.3 Calculation of thermal effects
4.3 Second Law of Thermodynamics
4.3.1 Direction and spontaneous process of chemical reactions
4.3.2 Entropy
4.3.3 Second Law of Thermodynamics
4.4 Gibbs function and its application
4.4.1 Direction of Gibbs Function Change and Chemical Reaction
4.4.2 Standard Generating Gibbs Functions
4.4.3 ΔG vs. Temperature Exercises Chapter 5 Chemical Reaction Rates and Chemical Equilibrium
5.1 Concept of chemical reaction rate
5.1.1 Experience notation
5.1.2 Expressing the reaction rate with the reaction progress
5.2 Introduction to reaction rate theory
5.2.1 Collision theory
5.2.2 Transition state theory
5.3 Factors affecting the rate of chemical reactions
5.3.1 Impact of reactant nature
5.3.2 Influence of external conditions
5.4 Strong electrolyte solution-activity
5.4.1 Condition of strong electrolyte in solution
5.4.2 Activity and activity coefficient
5.4.3 Ionic strength
5.5 Chemical equilibrium
5.5.1 Reversible reactions and chemical equilibrium
5.5.2 Equilibrium constant
5.5.3 Determination of the equilibrium constant
5.6 Mobile Exercises for Chemical Equilibria
6.1 Analytical Chemistry Overview
6.1.1 Classification of analysis methods
6.1.2 General process of quantitative analysis
6.2 Stoichiometry, error and data processing
6.2.1 Errors and significant figures
6.2.2 Statistical processing of limited experimental data
6.2.3 Processing and reporting of analysis results
6.3 Titration analysis
6.3.1 Titration analysis process and related terms
6.3.2 Main methods and characteristics of titration analysis
6.3.3 Titration methods and titration analysis methods for chemical reactions
6.3.4 Reference materials and standard solutions
6.3.5 Volume Measurement in Titration Exercises Chapter 7 Acid-base Balance
7.1 Development of acid-base theory
7.1.1 Classic acid-base theory
7.1.2 Acid-base solvent theory
7.1.3 acid-base proton theory
7.1.4 Acid-base electron theory
7.2 Dissociation equilibrium of water
7.2.1 Water ion constant
7.2.2 Acidity and alkalinity of the solution
7.3 Calculation of hydrogen ion concentration in acid-base solution and its body distribution
7.3.1 Proton Conditional
7.3.2 Calculation of hydrogen ion concentration in acid-base solution
7.4 Acid-base balance in salt solution
7.4.1 Weak Acid Strong Alkali Salt
7.4.2 Strong acid and weak base salt
7.4.3 Weak acids and bases
7.4.4 Multiple weak acid and strong alkali salts
7.4.5 Multiple weak base strong acid salts
7.4.6 Factors Affecting the Degree of Hydrolysis
7.5 Amphoteric solution
7.6 Buffer solution
7.6.1 Composition, type and working principle of buffer solution
7.6.2 Calculation of pH value of buffer solution
7.6.3 Several properties of buffer solutions
7.6.4 Preparation of buffer solution
7.6.5 Buffer System in the Blood and Buffering Exercises Chapter 8 Acid-Base Titration
8.1 Acid-base indicator
8.1.1 Principle of action of acid-base indicator
8.1.2 Discoloration range of acid-base indicator and its influencing factors
8.1.3 Mixed indicator
8.2 Basic principles of acid-base titration
8.2.1 Strong base titration of strong acid or strong acid titration of strong base
8.2.2 Strong base titration of monobasic weak acid or strong acid titration of monobasic weak base
8.2.3 Titration of polybasic acids, mixed acids and polybasics
8.2.4 Endpoint error
8.2.5 Application of Acid-Base Titration Exercises Chapter 9 Coordination Balance Chapter 10 Coordination Titration Chapter 11 Redox Reaction and Electrochemistry Chapter 12 Redox Titration Chapter 13 Precipitation Dissolution Equilibrium and Precipitation Titration Chapter Gravimetric Analysis Chapter 15 Elements in the s-region Chapter 16 Elements in the p-region Chapter 17 Chemistry of Transition Metal Elements Chapter 18 Elements of Life and Their Roles in the Body Chapter 19 References UV-Visible Absorptiometry Appendices References

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