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friends suggest any link to learn inorganic chemistry of representative elements and their properties in detail pls.... specially their reactions...

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    There are only about 4 or 5 reactions in inorganic chemistry. Two of them are dissociation and associative reactions seen with Ligands with formulas ML6 or ML4.

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    Get yourself a good inorganic chemistry textbook. Huheey is an old classic. Earnshaw's "Chemistry of the Elements" is a very comprehensive reference, but huge. Inorganic chemistry is an enormous field, so you might want to narrow this down a bit, e.g. consider metal complexes, gas-phase nonmetal reactions, organometallic reactions, et cetera.

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