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Inorganic Chemistry is a fascinating branch of chemistry that focuses on the study of inorganic compounds—those that do not contain carbon-hydrogen (C-H) bonds. This interdisciplinary field combines insights from chemistry, physics, materials science, and biochemistry to explore the properties, structures, and reactions of elements and their compounds.

Inorganic chemists investigate topics such as coordination compounds, transition metals, and metalloenzymes. By analyzing the behavior of inorganic molecules and complexes, they contribute to advancements in catalysis, materials synthesis, and the understanding of biological processes involving metal ions. Inorganic Chemistry plays a pivotal role in unlocking the unique properties and applications of non-organic substances.

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Homologous Series of Chemical Compounds in Three-component Systems (Aa+ – Bb+ – Cc–) and (Zn2+ - Ge4+ - P3-) in Generalized Form
by Undalov Yu K

For the first time, a method for calculating formulas of homologous series of chemical compounds of the systems (Aa+ – Bb+ – Cc–) and {Zn2+ – Ge4+ – P3–} in a generalized form is presented. The calculation is confirmed by the literature experimentally obtained compounds: thirteen compounds of the system (Na+ – Ti4+ – O2–), seven – systems (Li+ – Ti4+ – O2–), five – systems (K+ – V5a+ –  – O2–), eight – systems (Ba2+ – Cu2...+ – O2*). Homological series in (Aa+ – Bb+ – Cc–) have the following generalized form: A{t – k·r + nr – r)bcBracC{t – k·r + nr)ab and AtbcB{r – k·t + nt – t}acC (r – k·t + nt)ab.In (Zn2+ – Ge4+ – P3–) systems for the m-group the formulas of homologous series, that develops towards Ge3P4, have the following generalized form: Zn6tGe(6r – 6kt + 6n – 6t)P(8r – 8kt + 8n)  and for αm-homologous series – Zn6Ge3nP4(n + 1). A method for calculating formulas of homologous series of chemical compounds in a generalized form can be used for any system of chemical elements.

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