Books give you in-depth information on a topic, and are good sources for information that happened in the past or interpretive information for an on-going event or problem.
E-Z Organic Chemistry by Bruce A. HathawayBarron's growing list of E-Z Series titles are new, updated, and improved versions of Barron's longtime popular Easy Way books. New cover designs reflect the all-new interior layouts, which feature extensive two-color treatment, a fresh, modern typeface, and more graphic material than ever.
Call Number: QD257 .H38 2011
Publication Date: 2011-08-01
Standard methods for the examination of water and wastewaterAnalysts, researchers, and regulators have relied on this peer-reviewed publication since 1905, and it remains a trusted source of accurate, proven methodology for analyzing natural waters, water supplies, and wastewaters. The book contains over 400 laboratory methods for the analysis of: Dissolved Solids, Metals, Free and Total Chlorine, Odor, Taste, and Flavor Profile Analysis, Disinfection By-products, Radionuclides, Total Organic Carbon and Total and Fecal Coliform.
Call Number: QD142 .A5 2012 (Reserve Room)
Publication Date: 2012
Organic Chemistry by David R. KleinIn Organic Chemistry, 2nd Edition, Dr. David Klein builds on his unique skills-based approach, including all of the concepts typically covered in an organic chemistry textbook, but placing special emphasis on skills development to support these concepts. This emphasis upon skills development provides two-semester Organic Chemistry students with a greater opportunity to develop proficiency in the key skills necessary to succeed in organic chemistry.
Publication Date: 2019-06-28
Chemistry by Nivaldo J. TroChemistry: A Molecular Approach, Third Edition is an innovative, pedagogically driven text that explains challenging concepts in a student-oriented manner. Nivaldo Tro creates a rigorous and accessible treatment of general chemistry in the context of relevance and the big picture. Chemistry is presented visually through multi-level images-macroscopic, molecular, and symbolic representations-helping students see the connections between the world they see around them (macroscopic), the atoms and molecules that compose the world (molecular), and the formulas they write down on paper (symbolic). The hallmarks of Dr. Tro's problem-solving approach are reinforced through interactive media that provide students with an office-hour type of environment built around worked examples and expanded coverage on the latest developments in chemistry. Pioneering features allow students to sketch their ideas through new problems, and much more.
Fast Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry Methods in Food and Environmental Analysis by Oscar Núñez BurcioThere is a growing need for high-throughput separations in food and environmental research that are able to cope with the analysis of a large number of compounds in very complex matrices. Whereas the most common approach for solving many analytical problems has often been high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), the recent use of fast or ultra-fast chromatographic methods for environmental and food analysis has increased the overall sample throughput and laboratory efficiency without loss (and even with an improvement) in the resolution obtained by conventional HPLC systems.
Publication Date: 2015-02-16
OCR A2 Chemistry by Helicon Publishing and RM Education PLC.By 1900, chemistry had come a long way from its origins in medieval times with the alchemists. The understanding of the elements and chemical reactions had become a distinct science separate from natural philosophy, or physics as it is now known. The existence of the atom was still in dispute, although most scientists accepted it as a useful concept. The first subatomic particle, the electron, had been discovered, but scientists did not fully understand what they had found.
The Norton History of Chemistry by William H. BrockRecounts the rise of a sophisticated science, from the alchemists' futile attempts to turn lead into gold, through the emergence of the modern study of chemistry in the work of Boyle, Lavoisier, and Dalton, to the twentieth-century breakthroughs of Linus Pauling and others.