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Holleman-Wiberg's Inorganic Chemistry available in English for the first time!

The renowned, classic Holleman-Wiberg's Inorganic Chemistry has for many years been highly valued in the German-speaking world for its unparalleled comprehensiveness and detailed coverage of all aspects of inorganic chemistry. First published in 1900, the German edition has seen over 100 printings, celebrating its 34th edition in 1995. The English-speaking community of inorganic chemists who desire the depth, breadth, and detail provided by the German language edition has long awaited an English translation of this seminal work.

This timeless and comprehensive reference covers all aspects of the inorganic chemistry of the elements. Beginning with basic principles, the book provides complete coverage of the preparation, structure, and reactivity of inorganic compounds. This material is complemented by detailed review of molecular chemistry, metal complex chemistry, solid state chemistry, nuclear chemistry, technical chemistry, metallo-organic chemistry, and bioinorganic chemistry. Holleman-Wiberg's Inorganic Chemistry is an invaluable, must-have teaching tool and reference for advanced students and for scientists needing a detailed source of inorganic research and chemical data. This book has stood the test of time, been used by students and professionals alike, and contains the most comprehensive and accessible material available-the material you need, in precise detail, at your fingertips, in one volume.

Key Features:
· Available in English for the first time since its initial publication in 1900
· Quickly orients readers with structured text and format throughout
· Includes concise summaries, six appendixes, and over 150 tables that provide important data on elements at a quick glance
· Presents material in standard type for basic principles in smaller type for advanced concepts
· Contains numerous cross references and suggestions for further reading to consolidate the learning process
· Includes a subject index of almost 150 pages providing swift access of desired material

About the Current Editor:
Nils Wiberg is a full professor of chemistry at University of Munich (since 1978). He is noted for his extensive research in silicon, germanium, and phosphorus chemistry and has received the Wacker Silicon Prize and the Frederick Stanley Kipping Award. He has authored over 200 scientific papers.

About the Founding Editors:
Arnold Frederik Holleman (1859-1953) was a professor of chemistry at the University of Groningen, Netherlands, founding this book in the year 1898.

Egon Wiberg was a professor of chemistry at the University of Munich, taking over as editor of this reference in 1943.

Audience: Inorganic chemistry graduate students and professors and researchers in industry.

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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
PRAISE FOR THE GERMAN EDITION:
"...It can be said without doubt that Wiberg has succeeded again in the 101st printing. The new Holleman-Wiberg Inorganic Chemistry can be highly recommended to all students of chemistry..., as well as professionals."
—CHEMISCHE TECHNIK (CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY)
"This edition not only delivers the most comprehensive and extensive Holleman-Wiberg, but it is also the single most comprehensive inorganic chemistry textbook on the market."
—PRAXIS D.NATURWISSENSCHAFT (PRACTICAL NATURAL SCIENCES)
From The Critics
This comprehensive, detailed text has been a standard in the German-speaking world for more than 100 printings and is here made available in English for the first time since its initial publication in 1900; the translation is from the 34th (1995) edition. Covering all aspects of the subject, this hefty reference is aimed at both beginners and sophisticated readers and uses two sizes of type to distinguish basic from advanced information. After basic principles, the book covers the preparation, structure, and reactivity of inorganic compounds, with supporting material reviewing molecular, metal complex, solid state, nuclear, technical, metallo-organic, and bioinorganic chemistry. Founding editor Holleman (1859-1953) was affiliated with the U. of Groningen, Netherlands; Egon Winberg (chemistry, U. of Munich) took over as editor in 1943. This edition is edited by Nils Wiberg of the Universität München. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780123526519
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science
  • Publication date: 9/24/2001
  • Edition description: 1 ENG ED
  • Pages: 1924
  • Product dimensions: 6.98 (w) x 9.82 (h) x 2.65 (d)

Meet the Author

Nils Wiberg is a full professor of chemistry at University of Munich (since 1978). He is noted for his extensive research in silicon, germanium, and phosphorus chemistry and has received the Wacker Silicon Prize and the Frederick Stanley Kipping Award. He has authored over 200 scientific papers.

Arnold Frederik Holleman (1859-1953) was a professor of chemistry at the University of Groningen, Netherlands, founding this book in the year 1898.

Egon Wiberg was a professor of chemistry at the University of Munich, taking over as editor of this reference in 1943.

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