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Chemistry World
October 30, 2013
Paul Duckmanton
Inorganic chemistry Originally written to support a single semester course at two universities in Illinois, US, Inorganic Chemistry, James House, provides a comprehensive overview of the subject. mark for My Articles 162 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 28, 2013
Edward Anderson
More dead ends and detours en route to successful total synthesis In this book Miguel A Sierra and his co-authors revisit their 2004 coverage of 'tales of the unexpected' in complex molecule total synthesis. mark for My Articles 116 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
October 28, 2013
Michael Blanding
Responsible Leadership in an Unforgiving World In a provocative new book, Joseph Badaracco argues that our world is increasingly characterized by struggle -- for labor, technology, funds, and partners. And that's a good thing. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 24, 2013
John Nicholson
Crucible of science John H. Exton's book gives an account of the careers of Carl and Gerty Cori, who were leaders of the emerging science of biochemistry in the US from the 1930s. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Chemistry World
October 22, 2013
Andy Roast
Science communication: a practical guide for scientists This book by Bowater and Yeoman begins with the emergence and importance of science communication, providing many good reasons for engaging the public with scientific research. mark for My Articles 139 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 18, 2013
Peter Atkins
Thermodynamics Although instructors might find some points of interest, I doubt whether any undergraduate would find this text by Peter Jacobs stimulating or illuminating enough to add it to their collection. mark for My Articles 38 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 15, 2013
Richard Henderson
Acids and bases: solvent effects on acid--base strength Undoubtedly, R P Bell's The proton in chemistry (first published in 1959) remains the classic book in this area, and Acids and bases: solvent effects on acid -- base strength by Brian Cox makes an excellent companion and complement to Bell's text. mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
Fast Company
November 2013
The Recommender Elements of Typographic Style... Kumare: a fascinating documentary... Commonwealth Connect: an app for phones and tablets that lets you report problems to local officials... mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 8, 2013
Lorna Anguilano
Analytical archaeometry This book is a very good compendium of analytical techniques, mainly non-destructive, including highly detailed description of tools and principles, maybe with a slight overemphasis on Raman spectroscopy. mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 3, 2013
John Hoskins
Unraveling environmental disasters A good textbook should have an appropriate intellectual level and be balanced in the presentation of its content. Sadly, it is clear that this book about environmental disasters satisfies neither criterion. mark for My Articles
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