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  1. Recommended Reading 7 items
    1. Ligand Field Theory and Its Applications, Brian. N. Figgis, Michael A. Hitchman 0 items
    2. Analytical chemistry and quantitative analysis - Hage, David S., Carr, James D. c2011

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    3. Instrumental methods of analysis - Willard, Hobart Hurd 1981

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    4. Quantitative chemical analysis - Harris Daniel C. 2016

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    5. Spectroscopic methods in organic chemistry - Williams, Dudley Howard, Fleming, Ian 2008

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    6. Mass spectrometry: principles and applications - De Hoffmann, Edmond, Charette, Jean Joseph, Stroobant, Vincent 1996

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    7. Solid state chemistry: an introduction - Smart, Lesley, Moore, Elaine 2005 (electronic resource)

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    8. Solid state chemistry: an introduction - Lesley et al Smart 2012

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  2. Going beyond your reading list 1 item
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  3. NMR spectroscopy in inorganic chemistry - Jonathan A. Iggo 1999

    Book Essential An excellent text for inorganic NMR. Full of explanations and lots of examples. This should be your primary resource for alternative explanations or examples to work through.

  4. Structural methods in molecular inorganic chemistry - David W. H. Rankin, Carole A. Morrison, Norbert W. Mitzel 2013

    Book Background An excellent textbook for three reasons. First, it has an advanced level of detail for further reading. Second, it is full of examples which you can work through. Third, there are problems at the end of each chapter, which have worked answers on the companion website.

  5. Characterisation methods in inorganic chemistry - Mark T. Weller 2017

    Book Essential The lecture courses on EPR and Mossbauer spectroscopy will use this new book, which also contains many worked examples, self tests and problems. It will also be useful for the X-ray diffraction parts of the course.

  6. Physical inorganic chemistry: a coordination chemistry approach - Sidney Francis Alan Kettle 1996

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