In the last six chapters we have approached the huge sub-discipline of descriptive inorganic chemistry from the points of view of unifying trends across each row of the periodic table, and of the similarity in properties and reactions of the elements comprising each column. These unifying trends in group and period provide a useful, even essential, aid to the mastery of the plethora of chemical knowledge which the professional chemist must have at his fingertips. We must be aware also of the more significant exceptions to these trends and rules. Those elements and reactions which are exceptions are often of equal importance to those which conform.
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- Descriptive Chemistry — An Overview
David A. Robinson
John McK. Woollard
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