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One of the first events to take place during this period is representative of this blurring and/or crossing of subdisciplinary lines. In 1951 ferrocene was synthesized. This compound has an iron atom sandwiched between and bound to two planar cyclopentadienyl rings (C5H5) and was one of the most significant and important examples of an organometallic compound. Organometallic chemistry, characterized by the presence of metal–carbon bonds, bridges the organic and inorganic subdisciplines and has gone on to become one of the new and still-growing subdisciplines of chemistry.
Sherwood Rowland and Mario Molina announced in 1974 that they had evidence that Midgley’s chlorofluorocarbons were most likely threatening the ozone layer of the stratosphere. The 1980s brought concerns over the origin and action of acid rain, and in 1985 the ozone hole over Antarctica was discovered. These are all problems that will involve a great deal of inorganic chemistry to define fully and to solve. Most of them are treated at appropriate junctures in Part III (Chapters 9–19). As we move into the second decade of the twenty-first century, we find inorganic chemists working on a wide variety of research fronts related to the three sections of this book.
Naval Academy • Timothy P. Hanusa, Vanderbilt University • Robert H. Harris, University of Nebraska • Ronald A. Krause, University of Connecticut • Edward A. Mottel, Rose Hulman Institute of Technology • Phillip H. Rieger, Brown University • Charles Scaife, Union College • Steven H. Strauss, Colorado State University The writing of the third edition has been characterized by the exquisite feeling of being back in touch with the hundreds of students who took inorganic chemistry courses from me at both Muskingum and Allegheny Colleges.
A comprehensive treatise on inorganic and theoretical chemistry. F, Cl, Br, I, i, Na, K, Rb, Cs by Mellor J.W.