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What is the correct manner of studying inorganic chemistry?

  1. Oct 31, 2009 #1
    What is the correct manner of studying inorganic chemistry????

    What is the correct manner of studying inorganic chemistry????
    I mean physical chemistry is like physics and has a lot of logic ,
    organic chemistry is the mother of all logics ,

    But WHAT ABOUT INORGANIC CHEMISTRY ??? are there any logics in it too ,
    i started liking chemistry after doing organic , but do i have to learn all the facts without any logic in inorganic chem or is there some hidden logic ?
    this question seems similar to the ongoing discussion about "Why chemistry is so difficult ? , but it is not , i just want to know about INORGANIC chemistry !!!!
     
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  3. Oct 31, 2009 #2

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    Re: What is the correct manner of studying inorganic chemistry????

    That's the first time I see someone stating organic chemistry has its logic, while inorganic has not. I have seen numerous people claiming exactly the opposite - organic chemistry has no logic, while inorganic is logical...

    The answer is - there is kind of a logic here and here, they are just different logics. Trying to apply one to the other world won't work.

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