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The Usborne Illustrated Dictionary of Science: A Complete Reference Guide to Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Paperback)
"This is the ideal reference companion for students of biology, chemistry and physics. Its clarity of style and attractive layout promote a full understanding of each science subject." — Back Cover
"This textbook presupposes a familiarity with the elements of chemistry, physics, and calculus." — Preface
"The Volume Library, which is revised and updated annually, was designed for interested, well-informed people—students and adults who need an authoritative reference book for their home book-shelves, and parents who want to keep abreast of the subjects their children are studying in school."—Preface
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Founded in 1958, CliffsNotes (originally Cliff's Notes) provides useful summaries for hundreds of items from classical literature to science and math. Although helpful in their subject matter, they are no substitute for reading the real book.
This biography, written for young students, presents the life and accomplishments of the Polish-born chemist, Marie Curie, and discusses her discovery of radium and the development of the use of X-rays in medicine.
Children want to know two things when it comes to science: Is it FUN? Is it GROSS? Well, this item has it all covered!
This book provides a collection of mathematical solutions of the differential equations of diffusion and describes how these solutions may be obtained. As such, it is will appeal mainly to research workers and post-graduate students concerned with heat and mass transfer, whether in chemistry (especially polymer chemistry), biochemistry, biology, medicine, physics, or mathematics.
"To accommodate different mathematical backgrounds, the authors avoid special terminology; outline some of the methods in a schematic, simplified manner; number the equations and formulas separately in each section; and arrange the equations in increasing order of complexity." — From the back cover
Monographs and Texts in Statistical Physics: Cellular Automata Modeling of Physical Systems (Softcover)
"This book provides a self-contained introduction to cellular automata and lattice Boltzmann techniques. ... This will be a valuable book for graduate students and researchers working in statistical physics, solid state physics, chemical physics, and computer science." — From the back cover.
"This book provides an introduction to the essentials of relativistic effects in quantum chemistry, and a reference work that collects all the major developments in this field. It is designed for the graduate student and the computational chemist with a good background in nonrelativisitic theory." — From the back cover
"Quanta provides a non-mathematical and highly visual account of the concepts of quantum mechanics." — From the back cover
Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics: Quantum Dynamics with Trajectories: Introduction to Quantum Hydrodynamics (Hardback)
"Remarkable progress has recently been made in the application of quantum trajectories as the computational tool for solving quantum mechanical problems. This is the first book to present these developments in the broader context of the hydrodynamical formulation of quantum dynamics." — From the back cover
Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications: A Combinatorial Approach to Matrix Theory and Its Applications (Hardback)
"Unlike most elementary books on matrices, A Combinatorial Approach to Matrix Theory and Its Applications employs combinatorial and graph-theoretical tools to develop basic theorems of matrix theory, shedding new light on the subject by exploring the connections of these tools to matrices." — From the back cover
This text is based on courses taught to undergraduate and graduate students, but can also be used for self-study by biologists, chemists, physicists, astronomers, engineers and geoscientists.