Inorganic chemistry textbooks refl ect a great deal of work and the results of the many choices that authors must make as to what to include and what to leave out. Writers of textbooks in chemistry bring to the task backgrounds that reflect their research interests, the schools they attended, and their personalities. In their writing, authors are really saying “this is the field as I see it.“ In these regards, this book is similar to others.
When teaching a course in inorganic chemistry, certain core topics are almost universally included. In addition, there are numerous peripheral areas that may be included at certain schools but not at others depending on the interests and specialization of the person teaching the course. The course content may even change from one semester to the next. The effort to produce a textbook that presents coverage of a wide range of optional material in addition to the essential topics can result in a textbook for a one semester course that contains a thousand pages. Even a “concise” inorganic chemistry book can be nearly this long. This book is not a survey of the literature or a research monograph. It is a textbook that is intended to provide the background necessary for the reader to move on to those more advanced resources.
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