Textbook Of General Chemistry – Nekrasov

In this post, we will see the book Textbook Of General Chemistry by B. Nekrasov.

About the book

This book is a text-book of general chemistry for college students specialising in chemistry. It will also be useful as an aid to students of non-chemical colleges and to persons studying chemistry by way of self-education.

The book was translated from Russian by J. Vegoda and was edited by D. Sobolev. The book was published in 1969 by Peace Publishers.

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I. Introduction. Atomic and Molecular Theory. 9

I-1. The Development of Chemistry 9
I-2. The Beginnings of Modern Chemistry 14
I-3. Atoms and Molecules 17
I-4. Molecular Weight 20
I-5. Atomic Weight 23
I-6. Chemical Formulas and Equations 26

II. Air. Oxygen. 35

II-1. Air 35
II-2. The Inert Gases 38
II-3. Oxygen 40
II-4. Ozone 43
II-5. Principal Classes of Compounds 46
II-6. Pure Substances 48

III. Fundamentals of the internal Structure of Substance 53

III-1. How Real Are Atoms and Molecules? 53
III-2. The Complexity of Atomic Structure 56
III-3. Atomic Models 62
III-4. The Valency Bond 67
III-5. Types of the Simplest 71
III-6. Intermolecular Forces 73
III-7. Structure of Solids 78

IV. Hydrogen. Water. 83

IV-1. Hydrogen 83
IV-2. The Hydrogen Atom 87
IV-3. Chemical Equilibrium 94
IV-4. Water 102
IV-5. Hydrogen Peroxide 108

V. Solutions 112

V-1. Disperse Systems 112
V-2. Molecular Solutions 113
V-3. Properties of Solutions 129
V-4. Ionisation Hypothesis 122
V-5. Electrolytic Dissociation 126
V-6. Ionic Reactions 136
V-7. Hydrolysis 142
V-8. Chemistry and Electricity 146

VI. The Periodic Table of the Elements 155

VI-l. The Work of Mendeleyev 155
VI-2. Development of the Periodic Law 159
VI-3. Structure of the Periodic Table 163
VI-4. Electronic Analogues 168

VII. Seventh Group of the Periodic Table 173

VII-1. Fluorine 173
VII-2. Chlorine 177
VII-3. Adsorption 184
VII-4. The Bromine Subgroup 186
VH-5. Oxidation-reduction (Redox) Reactions 193
VII-6. The Manganese Subgroup 200

VIII. Sixth Group of the Periodic Table 207

VIII-1. Sulphur 207
VIII-2. Catalysis 220
VIII-3. The Selenium Subgroup 223
VIII-4. The Chromium Subgroup 227

IX. Fifth Group of the Periodic Table 234

IX-1. Nitrogen 234
IX-2. Complex Formation 242
IX-3. The Oxygen Compounds of Nitrogen 247
IX-4. Phosphorus 256
IX-5. The Arsenic Subgroup 264
IX-6. The Vanadium Subgroup 270

X. Fourth Group of the Periodic Table 273

X-1. Carbon 273
X-2. Organic Compounds 286
X-3. Silicon 301
X-4. Colloids 308
X-5. The Germanium Subgroup 314
X-6. The Titanium Subgroup 322

XI. Third Group of the Periodic Table 326

XI-l. Boron 326
XI-2. Aluminium 330
XI-3. Physicochemical Analysis 335
XI-4. The Gallium Subgroup 343
XI-5. The Scandium Subgroup 344
XI-6. The Lanthanide Family 346
XI-7. The Actinide Family 348

XII. Second Group of the Periodic Table 352

XII-1. Beryllium and Magnesium 352
XII-2. Crystals 354
XII-3. The Alkaline Earth Metals 361
XII-4. The Zinc Subgroup 369

XIII. First Group of the Periodic Table 375

XIII-1. The Alkali Metals 375
XIII-2. The Copper Subgroup 385
XIII-3. Complex Compounds 393

XIV. Eighth Group of the Periodic Table 399

XIV-l. The Iron Family 399
XIV-2. The Platinum Metals 411
XIV-3. A Concluding Survey of the Elements 416

XV. The Atomic Nucleus 421

XV-1. Natural Radioactivity 421
XV-2. Isotopes 430
XV-3. The Composition of Atomic Nuclei 436
XV-4. Transmutation of Elements 443
XV-5. Artificial Radioactivity 449
XV-6. Nuclear Fission 453
XV-7. Thermonuclear Processes 459

Index 462



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