General and Inorganic Chemistry=Загальна та неорганічна хімія: Підручник для студ. фарм. ЗВО та фарм. факульт. мед. ЗВО. Рекомендовано вченою радою НМУ ім. О.О. Богомольця
ISBN: 978-617-505-657-8
Автор: За ред. В.О. Калібабчук.
Рік: 2019
Мова: англійська
Сторінок: 456
Обкладинка: тверда
Ціна: 375 грн.

The textbook briefly reviews the basic concepts and laws of chemistry, the structure of substances, their properties, the energy and kinetics of chemical reactions. On the basis of this material, the properties of solutions and regularities of the processes occurring in them are presented. The textbook describes the properties of chemical elements, their simple and complex substances, the biological role and application in medicine.
The textbook is intended for students of higher pharmaceutical education establishments and pharmaceutical faculties of higher medical education establishments.

Chapter 1. Fundamentals of atomic and molecular theory. Basic laws of chemistry
1.1. Basic concepts and quantities of atomic and molecular theory
1.2. Basic laws of chemistry
1.3. Calculations based on chemical equations
1.4. Ionic reaction equations
Chapter 2. Structure of atoms
2.1. From the history of the modern theory of atomic structure
2.2. The wave motion of the electron
2.3. Quantum numbers
2.4. Electron configurations (electronic structural formulas) of atoms
2.5. The Periodic law and the Periodic table of chemical elements in the light of the quantum mechanical model of the atom
Chapter 3. Chemical bonding. Molecular structure
3.1. Modern theory of chemical bonding and its basic concepts
3.2. Valence bond theory
3.3. Molecular orbital theory
3.4. Intermolecular interactions. Hydrogen bond
Chapter 4. Coordination compounds
4.1. Basic concepts of coordination chemistry. General principles of the structure of coordination compounds
4.2. Classification of coordination compounds
4.3. Isomerism of coordination compounds
4.4. Nomenclature of coordination compounds
4.5. Chemical bonding in complexes
4.5.1. Valence bond theory
4.5.2. Crystal field theory
Chapter 5. Oxidation–reduction reactions
5.1. Characteristics of redox reactions
5.2. Basic concepts of oxidation and reduction
5.3. Typical oxidants and reductants
5.4. Basic rules for writing equations for redox reactions
5.5. Classification of redox reactions
5.6. Determination of chemical equivalents of oxidising and reducing agents
Chapter 6. Classes of inorganic compounds
6.1. Oxides
6.1.1. Ways of oxide preparation
6.1.2. Chemical properties of oxides Basic oxides Acidic oxides Amphoteric oxides
6.2. Oxide hydrates
6.2.1. Bases Ways of hydroxide preparation Chemical properties of hydroxides
6.2.2. Acids Ways of acid preparation Chemical properties of acids
6.2.3. Amphoteric hydroxides Ways of amphoteric hydroxide preparation Chemical properties of amphoteric hydroxides
6.3. Salts
6.3.1. Neutral salts Ways of neutral salt preparation Chemical properties of neutral salts
6.3.2 .Acidic salts Ways of acidic salt preparation Chemical properties of acidic salts
6.3.3. Basic salts Ways of basic salt preparation Chemical properties of basic salts
6.4. Relationship of the main classes of inorganic compounds
6.5. Biological role and medical use of some classes of inorganic compounds
Chapter 7. Chemical thermodynamics
7.1. Basic concepts of thermodynamics
7.2. Thermodynamic systems. Thermodynamic functions
7.3. The first law of thermodynamics
7.4. Heat of chemical reactions
7.5. Thermochemistry laws
7.6. Application of thermochemical calculations for the description of biochemical process energy
7.7. The second law of thermodynamics
7.8. Gibbs equation
Chapter 8. Chemical kinetics. Chemical equilibrium
8.1. Rate of chemical reactions
8.2. Dependence of reaction rate on reactant concentrations
8.3. Molecularity of chemical reactions
8.4. Classification of complex reactions
8.5. Effect of temperature on reaction rate
8.6. Catalysis
8.7. Chemical equilibrium. Reversible and irreversible reactions
8.8. Le Chatelier’s principle
Chapter 9. Solutions and their properties
9.1. Introduction to solutions
9.2. Solution concentration
9.3. Enthalpy of solution
9.4. Factors affecting solubility
9.4.1. Nature of solute and solvent
9.4.2. Temperature and pressure
9.4.3. Distribution of solute between two immiscible solvents
9.5. Solutions of electrolytes
9.5.1. The main concepts of the electrolytic dissociation theory
9.6. Theories of acids and bases
9.7. Self-ionisation of water. Hydrolysis of salts
9.8. Buffer solutions
9.9. Stability of complex compounds
9.10. Solubility product
9.11. Colligative properties of dilute solutions containing no