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Inorganic chemistry textbook

  1. Oct 5, 2013 #1
    Is there any good inorganic chemistry textbook which contains a lot of detail in terms of (1) the reactions inorganic compounds or groups will undergo and (2) the observations we would make either on the reactions of inorganic compounds or when we see compounds? I want to learn how best to 1) identify inorganic compounds on the (typically qualitative) information given and 2) predict the products of a reaction between inorganic compounds. Obviously there is no full or complete way of doing this in all cases but a good textbook is what I'm looking for.

    I'm looking for a book on a similar level to Jonathan Clayden's "Organic Chemistry" and Atkins' "Physical Chemistry".
     
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