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Some advice on inorganic textbook [duplicate]

I'd like to have some advice on Inorganic textbooks. I've already consulted some books (Kettle, Drago, Keiter, Cotton) and they are all very useful, but now I'm searching for a textbook which focuses ...
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Seeking Online Resources and Textbook suggestions [duplicate]

I want to learn chemistry, and I want to know if there is an online resource that would provide me with a list of textbooks, telling me the order to read them to bring me from a complete beginner to a ...
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Can Sodium form Anions? [duplicate]

I am at the beginning of self-studying chemistry and one question I have is quite simple yet I can't seem to get an answer that people agree on, or I am not searching for it properly. The question is ...
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Book reccomendations for Pertubation Theory? [duplicate]

I'm sorry if this is an inappropriate place to ask this, but I'm still trying to get the hang of this site. So my book is Thomas Engel and Philip Reid Physical Chemistry $3^{rd}$ ed. I'm on the ...
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Definition of an internal reference

Warning: extreme pedantry. I am performing Gutmann-Beckett experiments, basically utilizing an NMR-tube with my sample and a 31P-lewis base (e.g. triethylphosphine oxide) inside another one with a ...
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Software for drawing biomolecules (with functional groups abbreviated)

I'm sorry if this is OT, but I find myself slowly going insane trying to draw common biomolecules such as Acetyl Coenzym A. The thing is, I just want to draw the acetyl part and then link that to a ...
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How to draw a skeletal formula with thick lines and high resolution? [duplicate]

Consider the caffeine molecule skeletal formula as depicted in the Wikimedia Commons .svg file. Suppose that I want to replicate this skeletal formula with a high resolution and thicker lines. I have ...
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What chemistry topics should I learn if I have to do research in microfabrication (ex. photolithography) and ionic liquids (QSPR, synthesis)?

I'm starting a PhD and my research topic involves microfabrication (photolithography, etc.) and also ionic liquids (including QSPR and possibly synthesis). The thing is, I know close to nothing about ...
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Chemistry books for the general reader [duplicate]

I’m quite interested in chemistry, but reading the textbooks are a bit challenging. Are there any good chemistry books for the general reader that go a bit beyond the basics?
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Inorganic foreign author books for odd electron species [duplicate]

I need a foreign author book which explains odd electron species in great detail ,(explaining dimerization , energetic) telling hybridization of central atom with one unpaired electron on it pls tell ...
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How can I obtain the wave function of the dihydrogen system, by hand using Self Consistent Field DFT calculations? [duplicate]

After doing some energy calculations for the $\ce{H2}$ system in Gaussian, using ωB97X-D/STO-3G level of theory, and generating a .wfn file, I wanted to understand better how the computer does ...
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ML6 Type Coordinate Complexes - Drawing a Molecular Energy Orbital Diagram

In class we recently discussed how to draw out molecular orbital energy diagrams for compounds such as NH3 (ammonia). Building upon this, we touched on how to construct a molecular energy diagram for ...
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Good summary of highschool to university chemistry [duplicate]

DISCLAIMER: I've browsed similar questions, but sadly they refer to books that're either too basic or too specialized. Hello. I'm studying mechanical engineering (1st year), and we have to do a ...
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In calculation of the molecule of H2O, basis set 6-311+G(d,p), why split-valence basis sets are required for the description of molecules [duplicate]

In calculation of the molecule of H2O, basis set 6-311+G(d,p), why split-valence basis sets are required for the description of molecules.
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Book recommendations gor Class XI and XII [duplicate]

What is good book for class XI and XII foundation courses in Physical Inorganic and Organic Chemistry? Like for IChO exam etc.
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