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ADVANCED INORGANIC CHEMISTRY (Vol I) by Dr. Sankar Prosad Banerjee

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Dr. Sankar Prosad Banerjee
First Published: 2013
Second Edition: 2018
Reprints: 3
ISBN: 978-93-84294-34-2
Pages: 815


- Concept of Atom
- Periodic table ad periodic properties
- Chemical bonding and chemical forces
- Acids and Bases
- Non-Aqueous solvents
- Oxidation and reduction
- Coordination chemistry
- Appendices


The book is divided into seven chapters. The first one comprises of the concept of atom followed by the long form of the periodic table in the second chapter as per recommendations of 2005 and the permanent naming and their symbols are discussed from atomic number 100 to 111 as also element number 112. The inert pair effect is explained with reference to the relativistic effect.

For the interest of inquisitive students, the orientation of hybrid orbitals is briefly discussed in the third chapter. Some interesting application of molecular orbital theory is included in this chapter.

An elaborate discussion of the concept of acids and bases has been made in the fourth chapter with a brief resume of the terrestrial distribution of elements (Sec. 4.5.5). Symbiosis, some important application of SHAB principle, and correlation of acidity of metal cations has also been discussed in this chapter. In order to cover the syllabus of some parts of analytical chemistry, the non-aqueous titrations included in the fifth chapter. The important theoretical discussion regarding redox processes in analytical chemistry as also a brief resume of masking and demasking is the content of the sixth chapter.

The largest number of solved problems and exercises have been incorporated in the last chapter (coordination chemistry) which also has a discussion on coordination polymer.


Dr. Sankar Prosad Banerjee did his M.Sc. with specialisation in Inorganic Chemistry in 1969 from The University of Burdwan. He joined the same university as a full-time Research Scholar in 1971 and received his Ph.D. degree in 1977 under the supervision of Prof. R. L. Dutta. He has published several research papers and a review article in the area of Coordination Chemistry. He joined the Vivekananda Mahavidyalaya, Burdwan in July 1973 as a lecturer and served the college till his retirement in January 2008 from the position of Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Chemistry (U.G. and P.G.). Presently the author is associated with teaching Postgraduate students of Vivekananda Mahavidyalaya, Burdwan.

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