Advances in Organic and Inorganic Chemistry

Organic chemistry is the study of the structure, properties, composition, reactions, and preparation of carbon-containing compounds, which include not only hydrocarbons but also compounds with any number of other elements, including hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, halogens, phosphorus, silicon, and sulfur. This branch of chemistry was originally limited to compounds produced by living organisms but has been broadened to include human-made substances such as plastics. Many inorganic compounds are ionic compounds, consisting of cations and anions joined by ionic bonding. Examples of salts are magnesium chloride MgCl2, which consists of magnesium cations Mg2+ and chloride anions Cl−; or sodium oxide Na2O, which consists of sodium cations Na+ and oxide anions O2−. In any salt, the proportions of the ions are such that the electric charges cancel out so that the bulk compound is electrically neutral. The ions are described by their oxidation state and their ease of formation can be inferred from the ionization potential or from the electron affinity of the parent elements.
 

  • Organometallic Chemistry
  • Stereochemistry of Organic Compounds
  • Industrial Inorganic chemistry
  • Bio inorganic compounds
  • Advanced Trends in Organic Chemistry

Related Conference of Advances in Organic and Inorganic Chemistry

Advances in Organic and Inorganic Chemistry Conference Speakers