Systematic Inorganic Chemistry of the Fifth- and Sixth-Group Nonmetallic Elements

    Abstract

    BY selecting a rather small but highly interesting and important part of the chemistry of the elements, the authors have been able to give, in a short compass, a very valuable survey of topics which should be of the highest value to students and teachers, and also, since adequate references to literature are given, to those seeking further information on the subjects with which it deals. Particular emphasis is laid on such modern aspects as molecular dimensions and shapes, and bond-lengths, and there are usually rather full statements of all the quantitative properties of the substances dealt with.

    Systematic Inorganic Chemistry of the Fifth- and Sixth-Group Nonmetallic Elements

    By Prof. Don M. Yost Horace Russell, Jr. (Prentice-Hall Chemistry Series.) Pp. xx + 423. (New York: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1944.) 6 dollars.

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