Concise Coordination Chemistry, 1/e

Concise Coordination Chemistry, 1/e

Authors : R Gopalan & V Ramalingam

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About the Author

R Gopalan :- R Gopalan is a PhD from the University of Madras. He taught at Madras Christian College for 35 years and guided several MPhil and PhD students. Currently, the Director, Sri Malolan College of Arts and Science, Madurantagam, Tamil Nadu, he is a freelance writer and teacher. He has authored 50 research articles and 30 books. He was awarded UGC Emeritus Fellowship on his retirement.

V Ramalingam :- V RAMALINGAM is Senior Faculty, Department of Chemistry, Madras Christian College, Tambaram. He has thirty-seven years of teaching experience and has authored/co-authored books on Chemistry at the School and College levels.

About the Book

Industrial applications of Metal complexes have gained significant importance especially in the area of Catalysis in the last three decades. Scope for further development of such applications is extensive as several biological processes in living cells involve metal complexes. Coordination Chemistry is a subject uniquely involving application of Quantum Mechanics, Spectroscopy, Kinetics, Catalysis, Biology and Industrial Chemistry. This book has been written keeping these important aspects of the subject in mind.


  • Nomenclature of Metal Complexes
  • Theories of Coordination Compounds I
  • Theories of Coordination Compounds II
  • Spectral and Magnetic Characteristics of Metal Complexes
  • Stability of Coordination Compounds
  • Chelates
  • Isomerism of Metal Complexes Reactions of Metal Complexes
  • Reactions of Metal Complexes I
  • Reactions of Metal Complexes II
  • Organometallic Compounds
  • Metal Carbonyls and Related Compounds
  • Industrial Applications of Organometallic Compounds
  • Biological Coordination Compounds
  • Applications of Coordinatin Compounds
  • Preparation of Coordination Compounds
  • Solved Spectral Problems in Coordination Chemistry