Theories of Bonding in Complex Compounds
Studies of the magnetic properties of complex compounds have played a very important part in discussions of bonding theories. We must first consider elementary magnetism before the bonding theories are introduced. A more detailed account of the magnetic properties of transition metal ions will be met in chapter 7.
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