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Title Author Typesort descending Level Created Rating
Cotton, Wilkinson, and Gaus: Basic Inorganic Chemistry Joanne Stewart, Hope College Textbook 1/4/2008
1
Housecroft and Sharpe: Inorganic Chemistry, 3ed Lori Watson, Earlham College Textbook Upper Division 3/26/2008
4.25
Chemical Bonding by Mark I. Winter (Oxford Chemistry Primer #15) Maggie Geselbracht, Reed College Textbook 3/26/2008
5
Greenwood and Earnshaw, Chemistry of the Elements Adam R. Johnson, Harvey Mudd College Textbook 3/26/2008
5
Molecular Symmetry and Group Theory by Robert L. Carter Maggie Geselbracht, Reed College Textbook 3/26/2008
5
Shriver and Atkins: Inorganic Chemistry, 4ed Lori Watson, Earlham College Textbook 3/26/2008
3.4
NMR Spectroscopy in Inorganic Chemistry by Jonathan A. Iggo (Oxford Chemistry Primer #83) Maggie Geselbracht, Reed College Textbook 3/26/2008
4.5
Miessler and Tarr: Inorganic Chemistry, 3rd. Ed Nancy Scott Burke Williams, Scripps College, Pitzer College, Claremont McKenna College Textbook Upper Division 3/28/2008
4.142855
Huheey, Keiter and Keiter, Inorganic Chemistry: Principles of Structure and Reactivity, 4ed Joanne Stewart, Hope College Textbook 4/5/2008
4
Oliver Sacks: Uncle Tungsten Joanne Stewart, Hope College Textbook 4/5/2008
5
Mielczarek and McGrayne: Iron, Nature's Universal Element: Why People Need Iron & Animals Make Magnets Hilary Eppley, DePauw University Textbook 4/5/2008
5
Gary Wulfsberg, Inorganic Chemistry Barbara Reisner, James Madison University Textbook 4/30/2008
3
Essential Trends in Inorganic Chemistry by D. M. P. Mingos Maggie Geselbracht, Reed College Textbook 5/30/2008
5
The Magic Furnace: The Search for the Origins of Atoms Maggie Geselbracht, Reed College Textbook First year 8/8/2008
0
Descriptive Inorganic, Coordination, and Solid-State Chemistry, 2nd ed. by Glen E. Rodgers Michael Lufaso, University of North Florida Textbook Second year 10/25/2008
4
House: Inorganic Chemistry Adam R. Johnson, Harvey Mudd College Textbook Second year 1/12/2009
0
Theo Gray's Mad Science: Experiments You Can Do at Home--But Probably Shouldn't Hilary Eppley, DePauw University Textbook First year, Second year, Upper Division 7/8/2009
0
Molecular Origami: Precision Scale Models from Paper, by Robert M. Hanson Randall Hicks, Wheaton College Textbook First year, Second year, Upper Division 6/29/2010
3
Solids and Surfaces: A Chemist's View of Bonding in Extended Structures Maggie Geselbracht, Reed College Textbook Upper Division 7/3/2010
5
Biological Inorganic Chemistry: Structure & Reactivity edited by Bertini, Gray, Stiefel, and Valentine Elizabeth Jamieson, Smith College Textbook Upper Division 7/20/2010
0

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