Synopses & Reviews
These short notes on current inorganic materials chemistry are written for mainly those who are interested to know about inorganic materials chemistry. I have taken steps to write it in simple words, and this is ease to read and is understandable very well. Thus, I start it with various experimental methods available to synthesize inorganic oxides and non-oxides. Then, very briefly, three important structures are described along with Bragg's equation. It follows then some recent developments that have been and will be occurred. Finally, new directions required in the area of open framework materials and photo-splitting of water are summarized. I assume that undergraduate students might get interested to pursue further research in inorganic materials chemistry after reading the short notes.