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Principles of Inorganic Chemistry (Hardcover)
Im Gegensatz zu anderen Lehrb chern, die sich durchg ngig auf chemische Anwendungen der Gruppentheorie und der Molek lorbital-Theorie konzentrieren, verfolgt dieses Lehrbuch f r Studenten im h heren Grundstudium und zu Beginn des Hauptstudiums bei der Pr sentation der anorganischen Chemie einen grundlagenbasierten Ansatz. Von diesem in jeder Hinsicht physikalischen Ansatz profitieren die Studierenden am meisten, wenn es zum Beispiel um die S ure-Base-Theorie im Hinblick auf Molek lorbitale, die B ndertheorie von Feststoffen oder Themen wie die Photochemie geht.
Brian W. Pfennig, PhD, received his undergraduate B.S. degree in chemistry at Albright College in 1988. He earned his Ph.D. in 1992 in the field of physical inorganic chemistry at Princeton University with Dr. Andrew B. Bocarsly, studying the photochemistry of organometallic sandwich compounds and electron transfer in multinuclear mixed-valence coordination compounds. Dr. Pfennig has held a number of different teaching appointments at small liberal arts colleges, including Franklin & Marshall College, Haverford College, Vassar College, and Ursinus College. During his 20-year teaching career, he has taught general chemistry, an accelerated one-semester general chemistry course, both introductory and advanced inorganic chemistry, bio-inorganic chemistry, and inorganic and organometallic photochemistry, as well as serving as the general chemistry laboratory coordinator at Ursinus College for the past 10 years. He is also actively engaged in research with undergraduates in the areas of inorganic photochemistry, electrochemistry, and electron transfer processes occurring in multinuclear mixed-valence coordination compounds. He has also published several papers in the area of chemical education.