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Kirk-Othmer Separation Technology, 2 Volume Set, 2nd Edition

Date: Mar 14, 2008

Author: Wiley

This two-volume set delivers over seventy carefully selected articles on separation technology from the Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology. Presenting readers with the principles of separation processes, process design, equipment, operation, and applications, it features content that has been expanded upon, updated, and modernized since publication of the first edition. Covering a wealth of critical topics, the articles have been arranged alphabetically for ease of use and focus on both...

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Biological Applications of Microfluidics

Date: Mar 7, 2008

Author: Frank A. Gomez

Microfluidics-today's applications and tomorrow's potential Microfluidics has facilitated major biochemical application advancements in point-of-care diagnostics, bioterrorism detection, and drug discovery. There are numerous potential applications in biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, the life sciences, defense, public health, and agriculture. Microfluidic lab-on-a-chip (LOC) technologies represent a revolution in laboratory experimentation, bringing the benefits of miniaturization, integration, and...

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Molecules That Changed the World

Date: Feb 6, 2008

Author: K. C. Nicolaou, Tamsyn Montagnon

Here, the best-selling author and renowned researcher, K. C. Nicolaou, presents around 40 natural products that all have an enormous impact on our everyday life. Printed in full color throughout with a host of pictures, this book is written in the author's very enjoyable and distinct style, such that each chapter is full of interesting and entertaining information on the facts, stories and people behind the scenes. Molecules covered span the healthy and useful, as well as the much-needed and extremely...

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High Content Screening: Science, Techniques and Applications

Date: Feb 1, 2008

Author: Steven A. Haney

The authoritative reference on HCS in biological and pharmaceutical research High Content Screening (HCS) has been a leading methodology in toxicology studies for years. Recent advances have broadened the range of applications to encompass new areas. High Content Screening: Science, Techniques, and Applications provides comprehensive coverage of HCS in four sections: * The basics of HCS, from the definition to detailed discussions of component technologies * Examples of HCS used in biological...

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Analytical Instrumentation: A Guide to Laboratory, Portable and Miniaturized Instruments

Date: Nov 16, 2007

Author: Gillian McMahon

This valuable resource covers the principles of analytical instrumentation used by today's chemists and biologists and presents important advances in instrumentation, such as the drive to miniaturise and lab-on-a-chip devices. In terms of the lab-based analytical instrumentation, the five main categories of technique—spectroscopic, chromatographic, electrochemical, imaging and thermoanalytical, are included and presented in a practical, not theoretical way. Including relevant examples and...

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Forensic Analysis on the Cutting Edge: New Methods for Trace Evidence Analysis

Date: Aug 24, 2007

Author: Robert D. Blackledge

This title brings forensic scientists and chemists up-to-date on the latest instrumental methods for analysing trace evidence, including mass spectrometry, image analysis, DIOS-MS, ELISA characterization, statistical validation, and others. Illustrates comparative analysis of trace evidence by both old and new methods. Explains why some newer methods are superior to older, established methods. Includes chapters on analysis of DNA, ink, dyes, glitter, gun powder traces, condom trace evidence, footwear...

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Separation of Multiphase, Multicomponent Systems

Date: Jun 6, 2007

Author: Emmanuil G. Sinaiski, Eugeniy J. Lapiga

This highly detailed reference represents an elaborate development of the theory of processing oil and natural gas and its application in the field -- indispensable for graduate engineering students and professionals alike. The renowned expert author, a professor at Moscow State University, has ample experience in both lecturing and publishing, albeit in the Russian language. This book is thus the first to provide a translation compiling his extensive knowledge, much of which remained unpublished due to...

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Elements of Environmental Chemistry

Date: May 25, 2007

Author: Ronald A. Hites

The basics of environmental chemistry and a toolbox for solving problems Elements of Environmental Chemistry uses real-world examples to help readers master the quantitative aspects of environmental chemistry. Complex environmental issues are presented in simple terms to help readers grasp the basics and solve relevant problems. Topics covered include: steady- and non-steady-state modeling, chemical kinetics, stratospheric ozone, photochemical smog, the greenhouse effect, carbonate equilibria, the...

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Spectacular Chemical Experiments

Date: May 18, 2007

Author: Herbert W. Roesky, George A. Olah

Written by the author of the award-winning "Chemische Kabinettstücke" this book demonstrates over 80 enjoyable, impressive and sometimes almost unbelievable chemical experiments for the classroom, lecture hall or home. All the experiments are explained in full, and have been tested several times such that their successful reproduction is guaranteed. Grouped into several cycles -- water, the color blue, the color red, soles, and self-organization -- the topics are perfect for experimental lectures or school...

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Excel for Scientists and Engineers: Numerical Methods

Date: May 4, 2007

Author: E. Joseph Billo

Learn to fully harness the power of Microsoft Excel to perform scientific and engineering calculations With this text as your guide, you can significantly enhance Microsoft Excel's capabilities to execute the calculations needed to solve a variety of chemical, biochemical, physical, engineering, biological, and medicinal problems. The text begins with two chapters that introduce you to Excel's Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) programming language, which allows you to expand Excel's capabilities,...

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