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Holleman-Wiberg's Inorganic Chemistry Paperback – Dec 2001


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PRAISE FOR THE GERMAN EDITION: "...It can be said without doubt that Wiberg has succeeded again in the 101st printing. The new Holleman-Wiberg Inorganic Chemistry can be highly recommended to all students of chemistry..., as well as professionals." --CHEMISCHE TECHNIK (CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY) "This edition not only delivers the most comprehensive and extensive Holleman-Wiberg, but it is also the single most comprehensive inorganic chemistry textbook on the market." --PRAXIS D.NATURWISSENSCHAFT (PRACTICAL NATURAL SCIENCES)

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Nils Wiberg is a full professor of chemistry at University of Munich (since 1978). He is noted for his extensive research in silicon, germanium, and phosphorus chemistry and has received the Wacker Silicon Prize and the Frederick Stanley Kipping Award. He has authored over 200 scientific papers. Arnold Frederik Holleman (1859-1953) was a professor of chemistry at the University of Groningen, Netherlands, founding this book in the year 1898. Egon Wiberg was a professor of chemistry at the University of Munich, taking over as editor of this reference in 1943.

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The chemical properties of any object made from a given material are nearly independent of its size and shape, except when the particle size is very small (see The Active State of Matter, p. 1015). Read the first page
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
An overdue translation 30 July 2004
By W Boudville - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Very much in the style of a traditional, comprehensive German Handbuch. Undoubtedly, there are English-speaking chemists who have waited years for a translation of this famous German text. At 2000 pages, we are presented with a massive amount of reference material. The layout of the material is very logical, at least to its audience of inoganic chemists. It has been refined for a century. I suspect that other chemists may also find it just as logical and useful.

Perhaps the only quibble is why this English version is translated from the 1995 German edition, and not from a more recent edition? But in practical terms, the point may be moot, if there are only slight differences between editions.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
The best book - Bible for IO chemists 11 April 2007
By Namenash - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This is the best book for Inorganic chemists. This book covered almost all the important stuff about all the elements. considered to be a chemist bible in Germany and thankfully we had this english version. I strongly recommend this book to every inorganic chemist !
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Comprehensive and concise 16 Nov. 2013
By chjwok - Published on Amazon.com
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Awesome book! It is concise and covers almost everything in inorganic chemistry.
It is a good reference for professionals working in both chemical engineering and science, and even for environmental engineering.
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