Appendix 5 - Bibliography

Acknowledgements

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Bibliography

Title Author Publisher
Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
Cotton and Wilkinson
Interscience Publishers
Modern Inorganic Chemistry
GF Liptrot
Bell and Hyman
Textbook of Quantitative Inorganic Analysis
A Vogel
Longman
Advanced level Inorganic Chemistry
A Holderness
Heinemann Educational books
Inorganic Chemistry Through Experiment
GF Liptrot
Mills and Boon
Structural and Comparative Inorganic Chemistry
PRS Murray and PR Dawson
Heinemann Educational books
Physical Chemistry, SI edition
GM Barrow
McGraw Hill
Introduction to Physical Chemistry
GI Brown
Longman
Chemistry Data book
B Earl and LDR Wilford
Nelson Blackie
Chemistry Data book - 2nd edition 1982
JG Stark and HG Wallace
John Murray
Handbook of Chemistry and Physics
50th Edition
Chemical Rubber Publishing Co.
Science Data Book RM Tennent, Oliver & Boyd Longman
Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry, 2nd edition Roberts Caserio WA Benjamin
Chemistry in Context, 5th edition Hill and Holman Nelson Thornes
Calculations for A level Chemistry, 3rd edition EN Ramsden Stanley Thornes
Syllabus statements and questions IBO IBO

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