




An Introduction to the Physical Chemistry of Food (Food Science Text Series)
Familiar combinations of ingredients and processing make the structures that give food its properties. For example in ice cream, the emulsifiers and proteins stabilize partly crystalline milk fat as an emulsion, freezing (crystallization) of some of the water gives the product its hardness and polysaccharide stabilizers keep it smooth. Why...   Calculus for Computer Graphics
Students studying computer animation and computer games have to be familiar with geometry, matrices, vectors, rotation transforms, quaternions, curves and surfaces, and as computer graphics software becomes increasingly sophisticated, calculus is also being used to resolve its associated problems.
The author draws upon his...   Kinematic SelfReplicating MachinesThe principal goal of molecular nanotechnology (MNT) is to develop a manufacturing technology able to inexpensively manufacture most arrangements of atoms that are consistent with physical law. In terms of its precision, flexibility, and low cost, this will be the ultimate manufacturing technology in human history. Two central mechanisms have been... 


  Electronic Correlation Mapping: From Finite to Extended SystemsAn uptodate selection of applications of correlation spectroscopy, in particular as far as the mapping of properties of correlated manybody systems is concerned. The book starts with a qualitative analysis of the outcome of the twoparticle correlation spectroscopy of localized and delocalized electronic systems as they occur in atoms...   All the Mathematics You Missed But Need to Know for Graduate School"Point set topology, complex analysis, differential forms, the curvature of surfaces, the axiom of choice, Lebesgue integration, Fourier analysis, algorithms, and differential equations.... I found these sections to be the high points of the book. They were a sound introduction to material that some but not all graduate students will... 


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