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General Chemistry is the study of matter, energy and the interactions between them. The modern course in general chemistry is based on the study of atomic structure and Mendeleev's periodic law. General chemistry includes topics such as stoichiometry, thermodynamics, nuclear chemistry, electrochemistry, chemical kinetics, physical chemistry, acids and bases, atomic structure, the periodic table, chemical bonds, and chemical reactions Conservation of energy, Conservation of mass, Elementary atomic theory, constant composition, Gas laws, Solubility. General Chemistry introduction to a variety of concepts in chemistry
Cluster chemistry is one of the latest topic in Inorganic Chemistry. In chemistry, a cluster compound is considered as a compound with a triangular or larger closed polyhedron of metal atoms. Clusters exist in various stoichiometries and nuclearities. For example, carbon and boron atoms form fullerene and borane clusters. Transition metals and main group elements form robust clusters. cluster was the term introduced by F.A. Cotton to refer to compounds containing metal–metal bonds.clusters include: Atomic clusters , Molecular clusters, Transition metal carbonyl clusters, Transition metal halide clusters, Boron hydrides, Fe-S clusters in biology, Zintl clusters, Metalloid clusters, Catalysis by metal carbonyl clusters.
Chemical Synthesis is the formation of of complex chemical compounds from simpler chemical compounds. It is a process by which many chemical reactions are performed to convert reactant into a product or multiple products. Chemical Research in Chemical Synthesis is the basis to discover compounds with new physical or biological properties.chemical compounds that occur in the nature are synthesized by chemists to understand their structures. Chemical Synthesis involves breaking of existing bonds and the formation of new bonds.
Coordination chemistry is the branch of chemistry in which compounds having central metallic atom are surrounded by molecules or anions called ligands. The ligands are attached to the central atom by dative bonds, also known as coordinate bonds, in which both electrons in the bond are supplied by the same atom on the ligand. Metal complexes are also called coordination compounds.metal complex is the coordination complex whose centre is a metal atom. Coordination is the "coordinate covalent bonds" or dipolar bonds between the ligands and the central atom.
Solid-state chemistry or materials chemistry, is the study of the synthesis, structure, and properties of solid phase materials of non-molecular solids. Solid state chemistry is the study of chemical, structural, thermodynamic, electronic, magnetic, and optical properties and processes in solids. Solid state chemistry includes Bonding in solids .solid state chemistry includes topics such as Crystal chemistry ,Crystal growth mechanisms ,Synthesis of new compounds ,Materials Chemistry ,High-pressure processes ,Magnetic properties of materials ,Optical characterization of materials ,Order-disorder ,Phase equilibria and transformation mechanisms , Reactions at surfaces ,Statistical mechanics of defect interactions ,Structural studies ,Transport phenomena