Combining the knowledge and experience of an interdisciplinary team of experts in the field, Combustion Chemistry and the Carbon Neutral Future: What will the Next 25 Years of Research Require? is an insightful guide to current and future focus areas for combustion chemistry researchers in line with the transition to greener, cleaner technologies.
How do you describe an analytical method, measure the purity of the new chemical that you have just synthesized, or report the proper units of measurement? For analytical chemists, the principal tool of the trade, or source of terms, is this book - the so-called Orange Book. First published in 1978, this latest edition takes into account the explosion of new analytical procedures and, at the same time, the diversity of techniques and the quality and performance characteristics of the procedures that are the focus of interest.
The latest release in the Advances in Inorganic Chemistry series highlights new advances in the field with this new volume presenting interesting chapters on topics such as water oxidation and oxygen reduction reactions, redox activity as a tool for bond activation and functionalizations, heme/Cu-oxygen intermediates of myloid beta peptides associated with Alzheimer's Disease, and more!
A carefully curated review of the scientific literature on selected organic reactions, Volume 110 of the Organic Reactions series delivers insightful invited reviews of primary research material in the field of organic chemistry. The latest volume explores the practical and theoretical aspects of the reaction under discussion.
The 111th volume in this series for organic chemists in academia and industry presents critical discussions of widely used organic reactions or particular steps of a reaction. The material is treated from a preparative viewpoint, with emphasis on limitations, interfering influences, effects of structure and the selection of experimental techniques.
Phosphorus has played a critical role in some of the most lethal substances on earth: firebombs, rat poison, nerve gas. But it's also the key component of one of the most vital: fertilizer, which has sustained life for billions of people.
This textbook covers the main tools and techniques used in bioanalysis, provides an overview of their principles, and offers several examples of their application and future trends in diagnosis. Chapters from expert contributors explore the role of bioanalysis in different areas such as biochemistry, physiology, forensics, and clinical diagnosis, including topics from sampling/sample preparation, chemometrics in bioanalysis to the latest techniques used in the field.
Advanced Chemical Biology The modern approach to teaching chemical biology Advanced Chemical Biology is organized around the central dogma of life, progressing from genes to proteins and higher-order cellular structures, including core application areas such as imaging, chemical genetics, activity-based protein profiling, and natural product discovery and biosynthesis.
This is the first book to present the direct method for solving the inverse problems in the X-ray multicomponent spectroscopy and small-angle X-ray scattering, X-ray diffraction tomography, grazing-incidence small-angle X-ray reflectometry of multilayer structures, and electron multibeam diffraction imaging. It considers the theory of numerical analysis of multivariate additive spectra of non-separable mixtures, and decodes data obtained using the X-ray diffraction tomography technique.
The included topics span the field, from fundamental theory such as collocation methods and vibrational CI methods, to interesting applications such as astrochemistry, supramolecular systems and virtual computational spectroscopy. This is a useful reference for theoretical chemists, spectroscopists, physicists, undergraduate and graduate students, lecturers and software developers.
This book pushes back the boundaries of Scientific Glassblowing, emphasizing the possibilities of the material. In addition to the author's own chapters, he has invited Scientific Glassblowers from around the world to describe advanced glassblowing techniques in addition to the historical background of its development.
His life thrown into chaos by the death of his father in his youth, Linus Pauling persevered through an impoverished childhood to become one of the great scientists and humanitarians of the 20th century. The culmination of 15 years of research, Visions of Linus Pauling is a magisterial piece of work, equivalent to previously unseen footage of a blockbuster movie.
"Due to overconsumption of fossil carbon, humanity faces four major problems: global warming, decrease of biodiversity, pollution of the biosphere, and the degradation of agriculture soils. It is not enough to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions by stopping the consumption of fossil carbon; it is also urgent to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere."