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The Chemical Bond in Inorganic Chemistry


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Preface 1: Historical introduction 2: The flux theory of the chemical bond 3: The bond valence model 4: Cation coordination number 5: Hydrogen bonds 6: Liquids 7: Electronically distorted structures 8: Physical properties of bonds 9: Space and space groups 10: Modelling inorganic structures 11: Steric strain 12: Applications 13: Chemical implications App. 1: Bond valence parameters App. 2: Space group spectra App. 3: Refcodes App. 4: Glossary

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David Brown is Professor Emeritus at the Department of Physics and Astronomy, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.


`Review from previous edition A highly readable book about a theory that, though it has long found application in inorganic crystal chemistry, deserves to be used more widely. ' Crystallography News `Neatly crystallizes concepts, precisely defines these concepts and brings to the fore many phenomena that can be described by the bond-valence model.' Current Engineering Practice

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