Handbook of Lasers Lasers continue to be an amazingly robust field of activity, one of continually expanding scientific and technological frontiers. Thus today we have lasing without inversion, quantum cascade lasers, lasing in strongly scattering media, lasing in biomaterials, lasing in photonic crystals, a single atom laser, speculation about black hole lasers,...
Homogeneous Catalysis with Metal Complexes: Kinetic Aspects and Mechanisms
Homogeneous catalysis by soluble metal complexes has gained considerable attention due to its unique applications and features such as high activity and selectivity. Catalysis of this type has demonstrated impressive achievements in synthetic organic chemistry and commercial chemical technology.
Homogeneous Catalysis with Metal...
Ullmann's Fine Chemicals, 3 Volume Set
A compilation of 76 articles from the ULLMANN's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry, this three-volume handbook contains a wealth of information on the production and industrial use of more than 2,000 of the most important fine chemicals, from "Alcohols" to "Urea Derivatives".
Molecular Biophysics for the Life Sciences
This volume provides an overview of the development and scope of molecular biophysics and in-depth discussions of the major experimental methods that enable biological macromolecules to be studied at atomic resolution. It also reviews the physical chemical concepts that are needed to interpret the experimental results and to...
Medical Biochemistry: Human Metabolism in Health and Disease "All the necessary topics are accurately covered, with ample formulae and metabolic pathways, and reasonable clinical references." (ACP News, June 2009)
Metabolism includes various pathways of chemical reactions; understanding these pathways leads to an improved knowledge of the causes, preventions, and...
Free Energy Relationships in Organic and Bioorganic Chemistry
There are many techniques of varying degrees of generality for the study
of mechanisms and that of free energy relationships is the most readily
applicable and general. Free energy relationships comprise the simplest
and easiest of techniques to use but the results are probably the trickiest
to interpret of all the mechanistic...
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