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Mastering inorganic chemistry for university [duplicate]

I want book recommendations for inorganic chemistry. I want to learn it in a way that every behavior or equation of elements seems logical and can be explained. Is there any book of that sort? It ...
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Good books in inorganic chemistry? [duplicate]

I would like you to reccomend me a book (books) in inorganic chemistry , with good explanations , problems and solutions. Actually, i want to study it profoundly, but my theory isn't good enough.
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Handling reactions in chemistry [closed]

Q:1 So far, after studying chemistry for two years I am unable to figure out any well-defined methodology of handling a particular reaction either in General or Organic chemistry. So I would ...
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Is there any book as Landau's for Physics but for Chemistry? [closed]

Landau's series of books are a collection of books that describe briefly but very deeply the core part of the main fields of Physics. He wrote them rigorously and they are very very abstract. He gave ...
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What all computing knowledge should a computational chemist traditionally have? [closed]

If I want to develop algorithms or computer programs for studying chemical systems, where should I start? Is learning one or two programming languages like FORTRAN enough? And if I do it, then how do ...
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Book for understanding synthetic techniques and apparatus(with pictures) [closed]

Is there a standard textbook to understand numerous laboratory apparatus and the assembly techniques that can be used for carrying out different processes (with pictures)? I have been cleaning my lab ...
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what are some books and research papers that an aspiring theoretical chemist must read? [duplicate]

Can anybody suggest books that must be read by someone who wants to work in the field of theoretical and computational chemistry?
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Resources to learn computational chemistry? [duplicate]

I am interested in learning computational chemistry to explore the possibility of postgraduate work in quantum/theoretical chemistry and would like to attempt self-studying. I know the basics of ...
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Programs for chemical structure visualisation and drawing 2d and 3d [duplicate]

I want to create list of simple and useful software to draw molecules 2d and 3d with small description. Not necessary only freeware software. Also web-based services are interesting. Your help in ...
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$j$-$j$ coupling interaction in Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

I am studying Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy and I have some difficulties in understanding the j-j coupling interaction. What does actually happen from the physical point of view to the electronic ...
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Guide to DFT functionals [duplicate]

Having recently begun studying Quantum and computational chemistry in depth... I am looking for a manual, text, or guide of any form that could explain the basic formulations and potential of the ...
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Can someone suggest me important references for deriving EOM in MCSCF?

I am currently starting a project dealing with MCSCF method. Can someone please give me references (papers or lecture notes are preferred) which may be considered as the "corner stones" in the history ...
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How is group theory (and matrices) used in symmetry operations? [closed]

I am a high school IB student. For my 2-year math course, there is an internal assessment called "exploration" which should be max. 12 pages long. The goal of this assignment is for students to ...
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Solubility of gases in water in comparison to their liquefiability

My textbook of physical chemistry says ...The following factors affect the solubilities of gases in liquids: (i) Nature of the gas and solvent: Generally, the gases which can be easily liquefied are ...
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Can anybody help me out with this chain conversion? [closed]

I can understand that grignard reagent will attack the oxygen breaking the double bond of the oxygen forming a diol but that is unstable so it should form a Ketone but after that I can't really ...

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