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Mathematics for Science

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Organic Chemistry

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Geometry

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Inorganic Chemistry

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Analysis

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Calculus

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Bioinorganic and Biophysical Chemistry

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Physical Chemistry

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Environmental Chemistry

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Analytical Chemistry

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Physics

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Teaching and Research in Higher Education

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Astronomy / Cosmology

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Index

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Astrophysics

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Geology / Earth Sciences

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Palaeontology

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General Mathematics

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Algebra

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Computer Mathematics

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Statistics

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GENERAL CHEMISTRY General Chemistry

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Chemistry 4th edition Rob Lewis and Wynne Evans, both at University of Glamorgan, UK

Published by Palgrave Macmillan

The fourth edition of this popular textbook provides a complete course in ‘chemical literacy’, assuming only minimal experience of maths and science. Introducing core topics in a complete yet concise manner, this thoroughly-updated new edition now features full-colour throughout to enhance its many features and highlight important points, and includes two new chapters on Chemistry Saving Lives and The Hydrogen Economy. The companion website has also been updated and now includes videos enabling students to watch and learn from experiments. This text is perfect for beginning students in chemistry or first year undergraduates studying chemistry on related degrees, such as biological and health sciences or engineering. Contents: Periodic Table / Preface / How to use this Book / Acknowledgements / Numbers, Units and Measurement / Elements, Compounds and Reactions / Inside the Atom / Bonding Between Atoms / More about Bonding / Reactions of Ions in Solution / Oxidation and Reduction / The Mole / Calculating Concentrations / Gases, Liquids and Solids / Solutions and Solubility / Chemical Families / Energy Changes in Chemical Reactions / Speed of Chemical Reactions / Dynamic Chemical Equilibria / Acid-Base Equilibria / Organic Chemistry: Hydrocarbons / Common Classes of Organic Compounds / Separating Mixtures / Spectroscopy / Nuclear and Radiochemistry / Environmental Chemistry / Forensic Chemistry / Chemistry Saving Lives / The Hydrogen Economy / Electronic Structures / Answers to Exercises and Revision Questions / Glossary / Index / Valencies of Common Ions June 2011 Paperback

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The Quest for Insight With Unique International Edition Problem Sets International Edition 5th edition Peter Atkins, Oxford University, UK and Loretta Jones, University of Northern Colorado, USA

Written for general chemistry courses, Chemical Principles helps students develop chemical insight by showing the connections between fundamental chemical ideas and their applications. It begins with a detailed picture of the atom then builds toward chemistry’s frontier, continually demonstrating how to solve problems, think about nature and matter, and visualize chemical concepts as working chemists do. New to this Edition:

• New chapter on Inorganic Materials, including exciting coverage on nanotechnology and other cutting-edge research and applications

Green Chemistry coverage • New • N ew Study, Problem-Solving and Enrichment Resources

Contents: Fundamentals / Atoms: The Quantum World / Chemical Bonds / Major Technique 1: Infrared Spectroscopy / Molecular Shape and Structure / Major Technique 2: Ultraviolet and Visible Spectroscopy / The Properties of Gases / Liquids and Solids / Major Technique 3: X-Ray Diffraction / Inorganic Materials / Thermodynamics: The First Law / Thermodynamics: The Second and Third Laws / Physical Equilibria / Major Technique 4: Chromatography / Chemical Equilibria / Acids and Bases / Aqueous Equilibria / Electrochemistry / Chemical Kinetics / Major Technique 5: Computation / The Elements: The Main Group Elements / The Elements: The d-Block / Nuclear Chemistry / Organic Chemistry I: The Hydrocarbons / Major Technique 6: Mass Spectrometry / Organic Chemistry II: Polymers and Biological Compounds / Major Technique 7: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance / Appendix 1: Symbols, Units, and Mathematical Techniques / Appendix 2: Experimental Data / Appendix 3: Nomenclature / Glossary / Answers / Index

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generAL CHEMISTRY • organic CHEMISTRY

Chemistry in the Laboratory

Organic Chemistry

7th edition

Principles of Molecular Photochemistry: An Introduction

James M. Postma, California State University, USA, Julian L. Robert and J. Leland Hollenberg, both at the University of Redlands, USA

Nicholas J. Turro, Columbia University, USA, V. Ramamurthy, University of Miami, USA and J. C. Scaiano, University of Ottawa, Canada

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company

A clear manual that helps general chemistry students enhance their knowledge with hands-on experience. Covering all the essential topics in general chemistry, the seventh edition offers new experiments and more information on real-world applications. October 2009 Paperback

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‘An excellent introduction written by three supreme masters in this their field...’ - Chemistry World

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This text develops photochemical and photophysical concepts from a small set of familiar principles. Developed from Nick Turro’s long bestselling text - Modern Molecular Photochemistry - this updated primer introduces an initial paradigm that relates the photon and a reactant molecular structure to photochemistry through the structure and dynamics of electronically excited states, reactive intermediates and products. The same paradigm is readily adapted to incorporate the photon and a reactant molecular structure to photophysics. The book provides brilliantly clear descriptions in pictorial terms that can be readily understood by the student. Contents: Molecular Photochemistry of Organic Compounds: An Overview / Electronic, Vibrational, and Spin Configurations of Electronically Excited States / Transitions between States: Photophysical Processes / Radiative Transitions between Electronic States / Photophysical Radiationless Transitions / A Theory of Molecular Organic Photochemistry / Energy Transfer and Electron Transfer / Index

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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Modern Molecular Photochemistry of Organic Molecules Nicholas J. Turro, Columbia University, USA, V. Ramamurthy, University of Miami, USA and J. C. Scaiano, University of Ottawa, Canada

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HIGHLIGHT Organic Chemistry HIGHLIGHT Structure and Function International Edition 6th edition

K. Peter C. Vollhardt and Neil E. Schore, both at University of California, USA

With authors who are both accomplished researchers and educators, Vollhardt and Schore’s Organic Chemistry has long proven effective for making contemporary organic chemistry accessible, introducing cuttingedge research in a fresh, student-friendly way. A wealth of unique study tools help students organize and understand the substantial information presented in the Organic Chemistry course. New to this Edition: • New content, including a review of acid-base chemistry and reorganized coverage of spectroscopy • New applications of organic chemistry • A new problem-solving interlude, plus new and revised problems throughout

‘A must for newcomers to the field and as a reference for established practitioners.’ - The Times Higher Education Supplement A comprehensive rewriting of Turro’s classic text, Modern Molecular Photochemistry, this is a crystalclear introduction to organic photochemistry as it is now, conveyed in pictorial terms. It comprises the same introductory chapters that make up Turro’s Principles book before moving on to new material. The authors describe the basic functional groups of organic chemistry and explain the methods for determining what is at work in different organic photoreactions. Special topic chapters address supramolecule organic photochemistry - the first treatment of its kind - and the role of triplet and singlet molecular oxygen in organic photochemistry. Contents: Introduction and Overview / Electronic, Nuclear and Spin State of Electronically Excited States / Transitions between States / Radiative Transitions between States / Radiationless Transitions between States / Theoretical Organic Photochemistry / Energy and Electron Transfer Processes / Mechanistic Organic Photochemistry / Photochemistry of Carbonyl Compounds / Photochemistry of Olefins / Photochemistry of Enones and Dienones / Photochemistry of Aromatic Molecules / Supramolecular Organic Photochemistry / Molecular Oxygen and Organic Photochemistry

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Contents: Preface / Structure and Bonding in Organic Molecules / Structure and Reactivity / Reactions of Alkanes / Cycloalkanes / Stereoisomers / Properties and Reactions of Haloalkanes / Further Reactions of Haloalkanes / Hydroxy Functional Group: Alcohols / Further Reactions of Alcohols and the Chemistry of Ethers / Using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy to Deduce Structure / Alkenes: Infrared Spectroscopy and Mass Spectrometry / Interlude: Solving Problems in Organic Chemistry / Reactions of Alkenes / Alkynes / Delocalized Pi Systems / Interlude: A Summary of Organic Reaction Mechanisms / Benzene and Aromaticity / Electrophilic Attack on Derivatives of Benzene / Aldehydes and Ketones / Enols, Enolates and the Aldol Condensation / Carboxylic Acids / Carboxylic Acid Derivatives / Amines and Their Derivatives / Chemistry of Benzene Substituents / Ester Enolates and the Claisen Condensation / Carbohydrates: Polyfunctional Compounds in Nature / Heterocycles: Heteroatoms in Cyclic Organic Compounds / Amino Acids, Peptides, Proteins, and Nucleic Acids: NitrogenContaining Polymers in Nature / MCAT Questions / Answers to Exercises / Index

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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Organotransition Metal Chemistry From Bonding to Catalysis John F. Hartwig, University of California, Berkeley, USA

Transition Metals in the Synthesis of Complex Organic Molecules Louis S. Hegedus, Colorado State University, USA and Björn C. G. Söderberg West Virginia University, USA

‘…the new must-have

Based on Collman et al.’s best-selling classic, Principles and Applications of Organotransition Metal Chemistry, Hartwig’s new text provides a comprehensive update of this vital field. All the most important developments in the field over the last twenty years are covered with great clarity, making this the Organotransition Metal Chemistry text for a new generation of scientists. Contents: Structure and Bonding / Dative Ligands / Covalent (X-Type) Ligands Bound Through Metal-Carbon and Metal-Hydrogen Bonds / Covalent (X-Type) Ligands Bound Through Metal-Heteroatom Bonds / Ligand Substitution Reactions / Oxidative Addition of NonPolar Reagents / Oxidative Addition of Polar Reagents / Reductive Elimination / Migratory Insertion Reactions / Elimination Reactions / Nucleophilic Attack on Coordinated Ligands / Electrophilic Attack on Coordinated Ligands / Metal-Ligand Multiple Bonds / Principles of Catalysis (written by Prof. Patrick J. Walsh) / Homogenous Hydrogenation / Hydrofunctionalization and Oxidative Functionalization of Olefins / Catalytic Carbonylation / Catalytic C-H Functionalization / Transition MetalCatalyzed Coupling Reactions / Allylic Substitution / Metathesis of Olefins and Alkynes / Polymerization and Oligomerization of Olefins / Index

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Patrick J. Walsh and Marisa C. Kozlowski, both at University of Pennsylvania, USA

3rd edition

Published by University Science Books

text that very soon will be recognized far and wide as a true chemistry classic.’ - Harry B. Gray, California Institute of Technology, USA

Fundamentals of Asymmetric Catalysis

Published by University Science Books

‘…an excellent aid for a university course on asymmetric catalysis.’ - Stefan F. Kirsch, Angewandte Chemie International Edition

Published by University Science Books

This text offers a clear and systematic approach to the formation, manipulation, and reactivity of organometallic complexes. It presents the organic chemistry of transition metals by class of metal complex, with many examples of applications in the synthesis of complex natural products and pharmaceuticals. Contents: Formalisms, Electron Counting, Bonding (How Things Work) / Organometallic Reaction Mechanisms / Synthetic Applications of Transition Metal Hydrides / Synthetic Applications of Complexes Containing MetalCarbon σ-Bonds / Synthetic Applications of Transition Metal Carbonyl Complexes / Synthetic Applications of Transition Metal Carbene Complexes / Synthetic Applications of Transition Metal Alkene, Diene, and Dienyl Complexes / Synthetic Applications of Transition Metal Alkyne Complexes / Synthetic Applications of η3-Allyl Transition Metal Complexes / Synthetic Applications of Transition Metal Arene Complexes / Index July 2009 Hardback

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This book describes the essential aspects of enantioselective catalysis in a clear, logical fashion, with chapters organized by concept rather than by reaction type. Each concept is supported by carefully selected examples to give the reader broad exposure to a wide range of catalysts, reactions, and reaction mechanisms. Contents: Introduction to Fundamentals of Asymmetric Catalysis / Modes of Asymmetric Induction / Lewis Acid and Lewis Base Catalysis / Beyond Lewis Acid and Lewis Base Catalyzed Activation / Asymmetric Induction in Enantioselective Catalysis / Nonclassical Catalyst Substrate Interactions / Chiral Poisoning, Chiral Activation, and Screening Achiral Ligands / Kinetic Resolution / Parallel Kinetic Resolution / Dynamic Kinetic Resolution and Dynamic Kinetic Asymmetric Transformations / Desymmetrization Reactions / Nonlinear Effects, Autocatalysis, and Autoinduction / Bifunctional, Dual, and Multifunctional Catalyst Systems / Asymmetric Catalysis with Enantiopure Substrates: Double Diastereoselection / Multistep Asymmetric Catalysis / Supported Chiral Catalysts / Applications of Asymmetric Catalysis in Synthesis / Appendix: Terms & Enantioselective Processes in Asymmetric Catalysis / Index January 2009 Hardback

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organic Chemistry • INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Organic Chemistry

Modern Physical Organic Chemistry

2nd edition

Eric V. Anslyn, University of Texas, USA and Dennis A. Dougherty, California Institute of Technology, USA

Thomas N. Sorrell, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

‘A most impressive resource for researchers and teachers...advanced undergraduates and postgraduates.’ - Times Higher Education Supplement

‘…a great contribution to those interested in teaching organic chemistry with an eye toward biochemistry.’ - Josh Rabinowitz, Princeton University, USA

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X-Ray Crystallography

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Published by University Science Books

This book’s mechanistic approach constructs organic chemistry from the ground up, focusing on the points of relativities, whilst still covering organic compound classes in the traditional order. Hundreds of worked examples and student exercises combine with clear writing and sound pedagogy to make this text a first-class teaching aid. The second edition maintains all the innovative features of the first edition in a sleeker, slimmer, and easier-to-navigate design.

Inorganic Chemistry

Written by two distinguished researchers, this modern textbook makes explicit the many connections between physical organic chemistry and critical fields such as organometallic chemistry, materials chemistry, bio-organic chemistry, and biochemistry. In addition to covering the core areas of physical organic chemistry, structure and mechanism, the book escorts the reader into a field that has been thoroughly updated in recent times. The foundations and applications of modern computational methods are also developed. Lecturer Supplements A CD-ROM of artwork is available on request from lecturerservices@palgrave.com Student Supplements Student Solutions Manual (978-1-891389-36-8) £40.99 August 2005 Hardback

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Gregory S. Girolami, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

Published by University Science Books

This well-balanced, and clearly written introduction to the subject features excellent illustrations and study questions throughout. It is a great resource for those who are learning the subject for the first time (both advanced undergraduate and graduate students), and it is a handy reference for those with practical experience. Contents: PART I: SYMMETRY AND SPACE GROUPS / Introduction / Point Symmetry Operations / Point Groups / Periodicity / Travel Symmetry Operations / One- and Two-Dimensional Lattices / Three-Dimensional Lattices / Two-Dimensional Plane Groups / Equivalent Positions / Three-Dimensional Space Groups, Part 1 / ThreeDimensional Space Groups, Part 2 / Three-Dimensional Space Groups, Part 3 / PART II: X-RAYS AND DIFFRACTION / Generation of X-rays / Diffractometers and Data Collection / Scattering from a Single Electron / Scattering from Atoms / Diffraction from One-Dimensional Arrays / Diffraction from Two- and Three-Dimensional Arrays / Reciprocal Space and Miller Indices / Bragg’s Law, Scattering Planes, and d-Spacings / The Limiting Sphere, Resolution, and Indexing / Reflection Intensities / Structure Factors and Argand Diagrams / Phases, Friedel’s Law, and Laue Classes / Centrosymmetry and Chirality / Reflection Conditions / Determining the Space Group of a Crystal / PART III: SOLVING AND REFINING CRYSTAL STRUCTURES / Fourier Transforms in Crystallography / Trial and Error Methods / Charge Flipping / The Patterson Method / The Heavy Atom Approximation / Protein Crystal Structures / Direct Methods, Part 1 / Direct Methods, Part 2 / Refining Crystal Structures / Occupancy, Displacement Parameters, and Disorder / Twinning / Examples of Twinned Crystals / Mistakes and Pitfalls / Powder X-ray Diffraction / Electron and Neutron Diffraction / Appendix A: Vector Tutorial / Appendix B: The Ewald Sphere / Appendix C: Atomic Scattering Factors / Appendix D: The Patterson Function / Appendix E: Introduction to SHELX / Appendix F: In-class Demonstration of Diffraction / Bibliography / Index August 2012 Hardback

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INORGANIC CHEMISTRY • bioinorganic and biophysical Chemistry

Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry 5th edition Geoff Rayner-Canham, Sir Wilfred Grenfell College, Canada and Tina Overton, University of Hull, UK

Bioinorganic and biophysical chemistry

Contents: The Electronic Structure of the Atom: A Review / An Overview of the Periodic Table / Covalent Bonding / Metallic Bonding / Ionic Bonding / Inorganic Thermodynamics / Solvent Systems and Acid-Base Behavior / Oxidation and Reduction / Periodic Trends / Hydrogen / The Group 1 Elements: The Alkali Metals / The Group 2 Elements: The Alkaline Earth Metals / The Group 13 Elements / The Group 14 Elements / The Group 15 Elements: The Pnictogens / The Group 16 Elements: The Chalcogens / The Group 17 Elements: The Halogens / The Group 18 Elements: The Noble Gases / Transition Metal Complexes / Properties of the 3d Transition Metals / Properties of the 4d and 5d Transition Metals / The Group 12 Elements / Organometallic Chemistry / On the companion website: The Rare Earth and Actinoid Elements / Appendices / Index

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Structure and Reactivity Edited by Ivano Bertini, University of Florence, Italy, Harry B. Gray, California Institute of Technology, USA, Edward I. Stiefel, Princeton University, USA and Joan S. Valentine, University College Los Angeles, USA

Physical Methods in Bioinorganic Chemistry Spectroscopy and Magnetism

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company

This text introduces descriptive inorganic chemistry in a less mathematical way, using the periodic table as a basis for understanding chemical properties and uncovering relationships between elements in different groups. The fifth edition includes new developments, trends in teaching and orbital art figures.

Biological Inorganic Chemistry

Edited by Lawrence Que, University of Minnesota, USA

Published by University Science Books

Published by University Science Books

This text offers a detailed coverage of the physical methods used in bioinorganic chemistry. It provides a fundamental understanding of each method and demonstrates how data obtained from a system of bioinorganic interest can be interpreted. Case studies are presented in the last chapter in which more than one technique has been applied to gain insight into each given bioinorganic problem.

‘I heartily recommend this exciting book…With its cutting-edge material, it should remain definitive for many years to come.’ - Chemistry Educator

Contents: Electronic Absorption Spectroscopy; D.McMillin / Resonance Raman Spectroscopy; T.G.Spiro & R.S.Czernuszewicz / Electron Paramagnetic Resonance of Metalloproteins; G.Palmer / ESEEM and ENDOR Spectroscopy; N.D.Chasteen & P.A.Snetsinger / CD and MCD Spectroscopy; M.K.Johnson / Aspects of 57Fe Mössbauer Spectroscopy; E.Münck / Molecular Magnetism in Bioinorganic Chemistry; J.Girerd & Y.Journaux / Nuclear Magnetic Resonance of Paramagnetic Metal Centers in Proteins and Synthetic Complexes; L.Ming / X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy; R.A.Scott / Case Study: CuA Site of Cytochrome c Oxidase; J.Sanders-Loeh / Case Study: Isopenicillin N Sythase; L.Que, Jr. / Index

Contents: PART A: OVERVIEWS OF BIOLOGICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY / Bioinorganic Chemistry and the Biogeochemical Cycles / Metal Ions and Proteins: Binding, Stability and Folding / Special Cofactors and Metal Clusters / Transport and Storage of Metal Ions in Biology / Biominerals and Biomineralization / Metals in Medicine / PART B: METAL-ION CONTAINING BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS / Metal Ion Transport and Storage / Hydrolytic Chemistry / Electron Transfer, Respiration and Photosynthesis / Oxygen Metabolism / Hydrogen, Carbon, Nitrogen, and Sulfur Metabolism / Metalloenzymes with Radical Intermediates / Metal Ion Receptors and Signaling / PART C: TUTORIALS / Tutorial I: Cell Biology, Biochemistry and Evolution / Tutorial II: Fundamentals of Coordination Chemistry

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This comprehensive guide makes both an excellent course text for advanced undergraduates and postgraduates and an accomplished reference text for anyone working in the area. Praised by specialists, it provides an overview of biological inorganic chemistry and gives a detailed look at metal-ion containing biological systems. It also includes tutorials at the end of the book.

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physical chemistry

Quantum Chemistry

Physical Chemistry

2nd edition

Introduction to Molecular Thermodynamics

Donald A. McQuarrie, formerly University of California, USA

Robert M. Hanson and Susan Green, both at St. Olaf College in Northfield, USA

Contents: Probability, Distributions, and Equilibrium / The Distribution of Energy / Energy Levels In Real Chemical Systems / Internal Energy (U) and the First Law / Bonding and Internal Energy / The Effect of Temperature on Equilibrium / Entropy (S) and the Second Law / The Effect of Pressure and Concentration on Entropy / Enthalpy (H) and the Surroundings / Gibbs Energy (G) / The Equilibrium Constant (K) / Applications of Gibbs Energy: Phase Changes / Applications of Gibbs Energy: Electrochemistry / Appendices

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A Time-Dependent Perspective David J. Tannor, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel

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‘Highly recommended.’ Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries

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Starting with just a few basic principles of probability and the distribution of energy, this book takes students on an adventure into the inner workings of the molecular world like no other. Made to fit into first-year chemistry or as a supplement for more advanced learners, the book takes the reader from probability to Gibbs energy and beyond, following a logical step-by-step progression of ideas. Filled with examples ranging from casinos to lasers, from the ‘high energy bonds’ of ATP to endangered coral reefs, Introduction to Molecular Thermodynamics hits the mark for students and faculty alike who have an interest in understanding the world around them in molecular terms.

Introduction to Quantum Mechanics

Don McQuarrie has updated his landmark Quantum Chemistry. In response to the proliferation of computational chemistry software, this second edition features step-by-step SCF calculations of a helium atom and a hydrogen molecule, as well as an entire chapter on the Hartree-Fock method and post-Hartree-Fock methods for the calculation of molecular properties. The book also uses problems to encourage the use of an invaluable National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST) website that lists experimental data and the results of various ab initio calculations for hundreds of molecules. New mathematics chapters placed throughout the book help students focus on the physical principles being explained. As with the first edition, the book assumes a prerequisite of one year of calculus with no required knowledge of differential equations. Lecturer Supplements The art and figures from the textbook are available on request via the publisher’s website at: www.uscibooks.com

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‘Tannor provides a rigorous, self-contained development of modern time-dependent quantum mechanics and discusses numerous applications in molecular spectroscopy and reaction dynamics. With its fresh and conceptually appealing perspective, Introduction to Quantum Mechanics could change how quantum mechanics is perceived and taught.’ - Science Lecturer Supplements Animations are available on the Author’s website at: www.weizmann.ac.il/chemphys/tannor/Book January 2007 Hardback

Opening Doors Donald A. McQuarrie, formerly University of California, USA

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Physical Chemistry Donald A. McQuarrie, formerly University of California, USA and John D. Simon, Duke University, USA

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This text offers undergraduate and even graduate chemistry students a quick review of the mathematical methods used throughout chemistry. By reading these reviews before the mathematics is applied, students can spend less time worrying about it and more time learning the physical chemistry. This book can also be used as a supplement with any textbook on physical or quantum chemistry. July 2008 Paperback

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physical chemistry

Molecular Physical Chemistry for Engineers

Physical Chemistry for the Biosciences

John T. Yates Jr, University of Virginia, USA and J. Karl Johnson, University of Pittsburgh, USA

Published by University Science Books

‘I profoundly thank and congratulate the authors for putting this book together. It is greatly needed, will be widely used, and enormously appreciated.’ - Professor D. Wayne Goodman, Texas A&M, USA This is the ideal text for one-semester undergraduate courses for engineers and materials scientists who need to understand physical chemistry. The book emphasizes the behaviour of material from a molecular point of view and is best suited to engineering students with some experience of calculus and differential equations. Each chapter includes a vast array of exercises to develop students’ skills. Lecturer Supplements An online Instructor’s Manual is available on request from lecturerservices@palgrave.com August 2007 Hardback

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Raymond Chang, Williams College, USA

Raymond Chang, Williams College, USA

Published by University Science Books

Published by University Science Books

This book is ideal for use in one-semester introductory courses within life sciences. The emphasis is on helping students to gain a solid understanding of physical concepts, rather than focusing on precise mathematical development or experimental details. Assuming only basic skills of differential and integral calculus, and providing end-of-chapter problems with both physiochemical and biological applications, it is an accessible and useful guide to the subject. Contents: Introduction / Properties of Gases / The First Law of Thermodynamics / The Second Law of Thermodynamics / Solutions / Chemical Equilibrium / Electrochemistry / Acids and Bases / Chemical Kinetics / Enzyme Kinetics / Quantum Mechanics and Atomic Structure / The Chemical Bond / Intermolecular Forces / Spectroscopy / Photochemistry and Photobiology / Macromolecules / Appendices / Glossary / Answers to Even-Numbered Computational Problems

Lecturer Supplements A CD-ROM of artwork is available on request from lecturerservices@palgrave.com

Molecular Thermodynamics

Instructor’s Manual (978-1-891389-42-9)

Donald A. McQuarrie, formerly University of California, USA and John D. Simon, Duke University, USA

Solutions Manual (978-1-891389-39-9) £29.99

Published by University Science Books February 1999 Hardback

500pp £69.99

260x178mm 978-1-891389-05-4

Student Supplements February 2005 Hardback

677pp £52.99

Physical Chemistry for the Chemical and Biological Sciences

274x208mm 978-1-891389-33-7

‘This book offers an alternative approach to physical chemistry that is particularly well suited for those who want to pursue a course of study more focused on the biological sciences.’ - Journal of Chemical Education ‘I have found Ray Chang’s P Chem book to be the ideal textbook for students from the life sciences. Whereas so many other textbooks seem to be written for the instructor, this text works well with students who have traditionally struggled with this course.’ - George Bodner, Purdue University, USA Hailed by advance reviewers as ‘a kinder, gentler P. Chem. text,’ this book meets the needs of a full-year course in physical chemistry. It is an ideal choice for classes geared toward pre-medical and life sciences students. It offers a wealth of applications to chemical and biological problems, numerous chapter-ending exercises, and an accompanying solutions manual. Well known for his clear writing and careful pedagogical approach, Raymond Chang has developed yet another masterpiece in chemical education. Lecturer Supplements Artwork from the book is available to adopting lecturers via the publisher’s website at: www.uscibooks.com Student Supplements Problems and Solutions Manual (978-1-891389-11-5) £43.99 May 2000 Hardback

1018pp £60.99

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environmental chemistry • Analytical Chemistry

Environmental Chemistry

Environmental Chemistry

International Edition

Chemistry of the Environment Thomas G. Spiro, University of Washington, USA, Kathleen Purvis-Roberts, Claremont Colleges, USA and William M. Stigliani, University of Northern Iowa, USA

Published by University Science Books

‘No other text in environmental chemistry so nicely balances breadth, depth and readability.’ - Professor A.D. Anbar, Arizona State University, USA This new edition has been extensively revised to reflect the rapid evolution of all areas of environmental science. Additionally, much of the text and organization have been refined for enhanced clarity. New worked problems and endof-chapter problems have also been included to make this an excellent university textbook. Contents: PART I: INTRODUCTION: SUSTAINABILITY AND GREEN CHEMISTRY / Sustainability and Chemistry / Green Chemistry / PART II: ATMOSPHERE / Air Pollution / Nitrogen Oxides, Ozone and Gasoline / Stratospheric Ozone Shield / Climate Change / PART III: ENERGY AND MATERIALS / Energy Flows and Supplies / Fossil Fuels / Nuclear Energy / Renewable Energy / Energy Utilization / PART IV: HYDROSPHERE / Water Resources / Water as Solvent: Acids and Bases / Water and Lithosphere / Aquatic Life and Oxidation/Reduction / Water Pollution and Treatment / PART V: BIOSPHERE / Nitrogen and Food Production / Pest Control / Toxic Chemicals

Lecturer Supplements A CD-Rom of artwork and a pdf file of solutions are available on request from lecturerservices@ palgrave.com November 2011 550pp Hardback £46.99

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Exploring Chemical Analysis

5th edition

3rd edition

Colin Baird, University of Western Ontario, Canada and Michael Cann, University of Scranton, USA

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company with Palgrave Macmillan

Environmental Chemistry explores the relationship between chemistry and the environment from a chemical viewpoint. The book covers a wide range of subjects that are presented at an appropriate level for a broad range of students, and with a good balance of qualitative and quantitative coverage. The fifth edition includes expanded Green Chemistry coverage, increased international coverage, new assignable activities for each chapter, margin notes with extra interesting points, and improved readability and clarity. Contents: PART I: ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND AIR POLLUTION / Stratospheric Chemistry: The Ozone Layer / The Ozone Holes / The Chemistry of Ground-Level Air Pollution / The Environmental and Health Consequences of Polluted Air - Outdoors and Indoors / PART II: ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE / The Greenhouse Effect / Energy Use, Fossil Fuels, CO₂ Emissions, and Global Climate Change / Renewable Energy and Alternative Fuels / Radioactivity, Radon, and Nuclear Energy / PART III: WATER CHEMISTRY AND WATER POLLUTION / The Chemistry of Natural Waters / The Pollution and Purification of Water / Toxic Heavy Metals / PART IV: TOXIC ORGANIC COMPOUNDS: Pesticides / Dioxins, Furans and PCBs / Other Toxic Organic Compounds of Environmental Concern / PART V: SOILS, SEDIMENTS AND WASTE DISPOSAL / Wastes, Soils, and Sediments / PART VI: ADVANCED TOPIC / The Detailed Chemistry of the Troposphere / Appendix A: Oxidation Numbers and Redox Equation Balancing Reviewed / Answers to Selected Odd-Numbered Problems / Index

Lecturer and student supplements are available May 2012 Hardback

736pp £52.99

239x195mm 978-1-4641-1349-9

International Edition 5th edition Daniel C. Harris, Michelson Laboratory, USA

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company with Palgrave Macmillan

This book provides a short, interesting, elementary introduction to analytical chemistry, ideal for a one-semester course for students whose primary interests generally lie outside of chemistry. It avoids the depth and rigour of the other Harris text, Quantitative Chemical Analysis, while the maths level is also easier. It will teach students three key things: to understand analytical results, to understand their limitations, and to develop laboratory skills that will apply in their fields of study. The fifth edition has been updated with the latest and greatest applications and research, enhanced coverage of spectrometry, green chemistry, forensics examples and more. Contents: The Analytical Process / Chemical Measurements / Math Toolkit / Statistics / Quality Assurance and Calibration Methods / Good Titrations / Gravimetric and Combustion Analysis / Introducing Acids and Bases / Buffers / Acid-Base Titrations / Polyprotic Acids and Bases / A Deeper Look at Chemical Equilibrium / EDTA Titrations / Electrode Potentials / Electrode Measurements / Redox Titrations / Instrumental Methods in Electrochemistry / Let There Be Light / Spectrophotometry: Instruments and Applications / Atomic Spectroscopy / Principles of Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry / Gas and Liquid Chromatography / Chromatographic Methods and Capillary Electrophoresis / Experiments (on the Companion Website) / Glossary / Appendix A: Solubility Products / Appendix B: Acid Dissociation Constants / Appendix C: Standard Reduction Potentials / Appendix D: Oxidation Numbers and Balancing Redox Equations / Solutions to “Ask Yourself” Questions / Answers to Problems / Index

Lecturer and student supplements are available June 2012 Hardback

260x184mm 978-1-891389-70-2

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Analytical Chemistry • physics Physics

HIGHLIGHT

Physics

Quantitative Chemical Analysis HIGHLIGHT

3rd edition Jim Breithaupt, formerly Wigan and Leigh College, UK

International Edition 8th edition

Published by Palgrave Macmillan

Daniel C. Harris, Michelson Laboratory, USA

This text continues to offer a consistently modern portrait of the tools and techniques of chemical analysis, incorporating real data, spreadsheets, and a wealth of applications, all presented in a witty, personable style that engages students without compromising the principles and depth necessary for a thorough and practical understanding. New to this Edition: - NEW ‘Test Yourself’ questions added to examples so students can check their comprehension - More multi-step worked examples to help students develop their problem-solving skills - Revised and updated coverage of spectroscopy - Expanded coverage of statistics - Updated applications throughout Contents: The Analytical Process / Chemical Measurements / Tools of the Trade / Experimental Error / Statistics / Quality Assurance and Calibration Methods / Chemical Equilibrium / Activity and the Systematic Treatment of Equilibrium / Monoprotic Acid-Base Equilibria / Polyprotic Acid-Base Equilibria / Acid-Base Titrations / EDTA Titrations / Advanced Topics in Equilibrium / Fundamentals of Electrochemistry / Electrodes and Potentiometry / Redox Titrations / Electroanalytical Techniques / Fundamentals of Spectrophotometry / Applications of Spectrophotometry / Spectrophotometers / Atomic Spectroscopy / Mass Spectrometry / Introduction to Analytical Separations / Gas Chromatography / High Performance Liquid Chromatography / Chromatographic Methods and Capillary Electrophoresis / Gravimetric Analysis, Precipitation, Titrations and Combustion Analysis / Sample Preparation / Experiments (on the Web site)

Lecturer Supplement Companion Website: www.whfreeman.com/qca8e Student Supplements Companion Website: www.whfreeman.com/qca8e Student Solutions Manual (978-1-4292-3123-7) £36.99

This accessible, studentfriendly text provides a comprehensive introductory course in Physics. Assuming no prior knowledge and focusing on the basics, the text offers ways into the core aspects of the subject. The third edition includes new sections on fluid flow and wave mechanics, with a thoroughly updated companion website. Contents: Units and Measurements / PART I: WAVES / Properties of Waves / Sound / Optics / Electromagnetic Waves / PART II: PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS / Matters and Molecules / Thermal Properties of Materials / Strength and Solids / Pressure / PART III: MECHANICS / Forces in Equilibrium / Dynamics / Force and Motion / Energy and Power / PART IV: ELECTRICITY / Introduction to Electricity / Electric Circuits / Capacitors / Electronics / PART V: FIELDS / Electric Fields / Magnetic Fields / Electromagnetic Induction / Alternating Current / PART VI: ATOMIC AND NUCLEAR PHYSICS / Electrons and Protons / Radioactivity / Energy from the Nucleus / PART VII: FURTHER PHYSICS / Gases / Thermodynamics / Uniform Circular Motion / Gravitation / Simple Harmonic Motion / Fluid Flow / Further Questions / Using Spreadsheets / List of Experiments in the Book / Location Guide to Mathematical Skills / Summary of Equations / Useful Data / Answers to In-text Questions and Revision Questions / Glossary

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Updated with more case studies, experiments and diagrams February 2010 Paperback

504pp £27.99

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Palgrave Foundations series

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physics

A Modern Approach to Quantum Mechanics

Quantum Physics

Special Relativity

A Fundamental Approach to Modern Physics

2nd edition John S. Townsend, Harvey Mudd College, USA

Using an innovative approach that students find both accessible and exciting, this text lays out the foundations of quantum mechanics through the physics of intrinsic spin. Written to serve as the primary textbook for an upper level course in quantum mechanics, Townsend’s text gives professors and students a refreshing alternative to the old style of teaching, by allowing the basic physics of spin systems to drive the introduction of concepts such as Hermitian operators, eigenvalues, and eigenstates. This new edition has been revised throughout to include many more worked examples and end-of-chapter problems, further enabling students to gain a complete mastery of quantum mechanics. Contents: Preface / Stern-Gerlach Experiments / Rotation of Basis States and Matrix Mechanics / Angular Momentum / Time Evolution / A System of Two Spin-½ Particles / Wave Mechanics in One Dimension / The One-Dimensional Harmonic Oscillator / Path Integrals / Translational and Rotational Symmetry in the TwoBody Problem / Bound States of Central Potentials / Time-Independent Perturbations / Identical Particles / Scattering / Photons and Atoms / Appendices / Index

Lecturer Supplements

‘This book is definitely much better than the books I have read on this topic, and I would recommend it to any instructor.’ - Shirvel Stanislaus, Valparaiso University, USA

‘When I read this book I immediately adopted it for my Modern Physics class...This is the best introduction available.’ - B. Paul Padley, Rice University, USA This is an introduction to quantum mechanics and its applications with a truly innovative approach. From single-photon interference to the application of quantum mechanics to nuclear physics, Townsend’s book provides a coherent picture of how the world works and how quantum mechanics can help to explain it. Contents: Light / Wave Mechanics / The Time-Independent Schrödinger Equation / One-Dimensional Potentials / Principles of Quantum Mechanics / Quantum Mechanics in Three Dimensions / Identical Particles / Solid-State Physics / Nuclear Physics / Particle Physics / Appendix I: Special Relativity / Appendix II: Power-Series Solutions

Lecturer Supplements

Instructor’s Resource Manual (978-1-891389-79-5)

Instructor’s Resource Manual (978-1-891389-65-8)

April 2012 Hardback

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Published by University Science Books

Published by University Science Books

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596pp £63.99

T. M. Helliwell, Harvey Mudd College, USA

John S. Townsend, Harvey Mudd College, USA

October 2009 Hardback

432pp £50.99

273x210mm 978-1-891389-62-7

Written in a clear and informal style, this text explores the most accessible of the twentieth century revolutions in physics. It allows readers to build up physical intuition for what is going on, before moving on to concise mathematical descriptions. It contains many applications, ten appendices, and numerous illustrations, examples and problems. Contents: Inertial Frames and Classical Mechanics / Light and the Ether / Einstein’s Postulates / Time Dilation / Lengths / Simultaneity / Paradoxes / The Lorentz Transformation / Spacetime / Momentum / Energy / Applications / Transforming Energy and Momentum / Gravitation / Appendices / The Binomial Approximation / The “Paradox” of Light-Spheres / The Appearance of Moving Objects / The Twin Paradox Revisited / The “Cosmic Speed Limit:” / “Relativistic Mass” and Relativistic Forces / The Ultimate Relativistic Spaceflight / Nuclear Decays, Fission and Fusion / Some Particles / Relativity and Electromagnetism / Answers to OddNumbered Problems / Index

Lecturer Supplements An online Instructor’s Resource Manual is available on request from lecturerservices@palgrave.com July 2009 Paperback

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PHYSICS

Physics for Scientists and Engineers

Modern Physics

Biological Physics

6th edition

International Edition

Energy, Information, Life Updated 1st edition

Paul A. Tipler, formerly Oakland University, USA and Gene P. Mosca, formerly U.S. Naval Academy, USA This text has set the standard in introductory physics courses for clarity, accuracy, and precision. The sixth edition includes a new strategic problemsolving approach, an integrated Math Tutorial, and new tools to improve conceptual understanding. New ‘Physics Spotlights’ feature cutting-edge topics that help students relate what they are learning to real-world technologies. Lecturer Supplements Companion Website: www.whfreeman.com/ tiplerphysics6e Instructor Resource CD-ROMs (one per volume) Instructor’s Answer Booklets with Solution CDROMs (one per volume) Test Bank CD-ROMs (one per volume) Student Supplements Student Solutions Manuals Vol. 1 (978-1-4292-0302-9) £31.99 Vol. 2 (978-1-4292-0303-6) £31.99 Vol. 3 (978-1-4292-0301-2) £26.99 Study Guides Vol. 1 (978-0-7167-8467-8) £24.99 Vol. 2 (978-1-4292-0410-1) £24.99 Vol. 3 (978-1-4292-0411-8) £18.99

6th edition

Philip Nelson, University of Pennsylvania, USA

Paul A. Tipler, formerly Oakland University, USA and Ralph Llewellyn, University of Central Florida, USA

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company with Palgrave Macmillan

Modern Physics guides students through the foundations and wide-ranging applications of modern physics with the utmost clarity, without sacrificing scientific integrity. With a wealth of endof-chapter problems and a focus on real data and quotations from original papers, this book helps turn students into scientists. Contents: PART I: RELATIVITY AND QUANTUM MECHANICS: THE FOUNDATION OF MODERN PHYSICS / Relativity I / Relativity II / Quantization of Charge, Light, and Energy / The Nuclear Atom / The Wavelike Properties of Particles / The Schrödinger Equation / Atomic Physics / Statistical Physics / PART II: APPLICATIONS OF QUANTUM MECHANICS AND RELATIVITY / Molecular Structure and Spectra / Solid State Physics / Nuclear Physics / Particle Physics / Astrophysics and Cosmology / Appendix A: Table of Atomic Masses / Appendix B: Mathematical Aids / Appendix C: Electron Configurations / Appendix D: Fundamental Physical Constants / Appendix E: Conversion Factors / Appendix F: Nobel Laureates in Physics / Answers / Index

Lecturer and student supplements are available March 2012 Hardback

800pp £51.99

260x205mm 978-1-4292-9590-1

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company

This text focuses on new results in molecular motors, self-assembly, and single-molecule manipulation that have revolutionized the field in recent years, integrating these topics with classical results. Nelson also provides foundational material for the field of nanotechnology. This updated paperback edition has new end-of-chapter problems and an updated Chapter on Enzymes and Molecular Machines. August 2007 Paperback

600pp £55.99

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Introduction to Error Analysis The Study of Uncertainties in Physical Measurements 2nd edition John R. Taylor, University of Colorado, USA

Published by University Science Books

Also available in three volumes:

‘Score a hit! The book reveals the exceptional skill of the author as lecturer and teacher. A valuable reference work for any student (or instructor) in the sciences and engineering.’ The Physics Teacher

Volume 1: Mechanics/Oscillations and Waves/Thermodynamics (Ch 1-20, R) | Paperback | 978-1-4292-0132-2 | £46.99

July 1997 Paperback

Extended (Ch 1-41, R) | September 2007 | 1356pp | 275x230mm | Hardback | £51.99 | 978-1-4292-0265-7

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Volume 2: Electricity and Magnetism/Light (Ch 21-33) | Paperback | 978-1-4292-0133-9 | £46.99 Volume 3: Elementary Modern Physics (Ch 34-41) | Paperback | 978-1-4292-0134-6 | £30.99 Published by W. H. Freeman and Company

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PHYSICS • ASTRONOMY / COSMOLOGY

Classical Mechanics

Astronomy / Cosmology

John R. Taylor, University of Colorado, USA

Investigating Astronomy

Published by University Science Books

A Conceptual View of the Universe

‘A superb text…I judge it to be at least ten times better, maybe more, than the other books on the market right now.’ - American Journal of Physics This book is intended for students who have studied mechanics in an introductory physics course. It provides a thorough and very readable introduction to the subject. Taylor manages to convey both the excitement of the subject and a deep understanding of the material covered. Lecturer Supplements Instructor’s Resource Manual (978-1-891389-41-2 ) September 2004 786pp Hardback £46.99

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Thermal Physics 2nd edition Charles Kittel and Herbert Kroemer, both at University of California, USA

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company March 1980 Hardback

473pp £87.99

Timothy F. Slater, University of Wyoming, USA and Roger Freedman, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company

Re-envisioning the way astronomy is taught, this book focuses on conceptual understanding and inquiry-based learning, while ensuring that common maths problems are addressed. Investigating Astronomy is a brief, 15-chapter text that employs a variety of activities and experiences to encourage students to think like a scientist. Contents: Predicting the Motions of the Stars, Sun and the Moon / Decoding the Hidden Messages in Starlight / Analyzing Scales and Motions of the Universe / Exploring our Evolving Solar System / Uncovering Earth’s Systems - Exploring Terrestrial Surface Processes / Observing the Dynamic Giant Planets / Looking for Life Beyond Earth / Probing the Dynamic Sun / Observing Properties of Distant Stars / Inferring Patterns in Star Life Cycles / Predicting the Violent End of the Largest Stars / Exploring Our Galaxy / Investigating Other Galaxies / Observing the Evolution of the Universe January 2012 Paperback

395pp £35.99

Engaging in Astonomical Inquiry Lab Manual Tim Slater, Stephanie Slater and Daniel J. Lyons, all at University of Wyoming, USA

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company

Engaging in Astronomical Inquiry focuses on students doing science. Information is presented, a problem is introduced, and students learn to craft their own research questions and find the answers. Compatible with any introductory astronomy textbook, the labs are primarily computer-based and can be done in a computer lab or assigned as homework. Contents: Preface / What’s Way Out There? Hubble and Ultra Deep Field / Observing the Sun’s Position and Motion / Monitoring the Moving Constellations / Inquiring about Earth’s Weather / Assessment Case Studies #1 / Observing Jupiter’s Moons / Studying Extra-Solar Planets / Observing Features on the Sun / Exploring Galaxy Zoo – 1 / Exploring Galaxy Zoo – 2 / Assessment Case Studies #2 / APPENDICES / A: Inquiry Self-Assessment Success Guide / B: Astronomy MiniConference Announcement / C: Additional Galaxy Zoo Data Sheets January 2012 Paperback

164pp £18.99

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Studying Physics David Sands, University of Hull, UK

Published by Palgrave Macmillan

‘I would recommend this book to any physics undergraduate…particularly to those just embarking on their degree courses.’ - Dick Bacon, Physical Sciences Educational Reviews December 2003 240pp Paperback £16.99

216x138mm 978-1-4039-0328-0

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ASTRONOMY / COSMOLOGY

John F. Kennedy and the Race to the Moon

Universe

Discovering the Universe

9th edition

8th edition

John M. Logsdon, Emeritus, George Washington University, USA

Roger A. Freedman, Robert M. Geller, both at University of California, USA and William J. Kaufmann III, sometime, San Diego State University, USA

Published by Palgrave Macmillan

While there are many biographies of JFK and accounts of the early years of US space efforts, this book uses primary source material and interviews with key participants to provide a comprehensive account of how the actions taken by JFK’s administration have shaped the course of the US space program over the last 45 years. February 2011 Hardback

320pp £23.99

234x156mm 978-0-230-11010-6

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company

This text places the basics of astronomy and the process of science within the grasp of introductory students of all backgrounds, and conveys the thrill and excitement of discovery in astronomy. This edition includes content and readability updates – including new research citations and updated NASA missions – throughout and new Scientific American articles.

Discovering the Cosmos

Contents: PART I: INTRODUCING ASTRONOMY / PART II: PLANETS AND MOONS / PART III: STARS AND STELLAR EVOLUTION / PART IV: GALAXIES AND COSMOLOGY

2nd edition

Lecturer Supplements

R.C. Bless, University of Wisconsin, USA

Companion Website: www.whfreeman.com/universe9e

Published by University Science Books

The revised edition of this book has been prompted by explosive growth in the quantity and quality of astrophysical data and theory since the first edition was published. This streamlined new edition serves as the primary text for a one-semester astronomy survey course on stars and galaxies. It describes the leading ideas and concepts of modern astronomy and covers how astronomy in particular and science in general have developed. Contents: Comments to the Reader / The Naked Eye Sky / Early Greek Astronomy / Quantitative Greek Astronomy / The New Astronomy / The Newtonian Synthesis / Tools of the Astronomer - Physical Concepts / Tools of the Astronomer - Hardware / Reading Stellar Spectra / The Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram / The Structure of Stars / The Interstellar Medium - Birthplace of the Stars / Stellar Evolution - The Early Phases / The Late Phases of Stellar Evolution - Degenerate Corpses / Black Holes / The Discovery of Galaxies / The Universe of Galaxies / Violence in Galaxies / The First Cosmological Clues / Models of the Universe / The Mysterious Universe / Life Elsewhere - Are We Alone? June 2012 Hardback

768pp £66.99

Instructor Resource CD (978-1-4292-5872-2)

Neil F. Comins, University of Maine, USA and William J. Kaufmann III, sometime, San Diego State University, USA

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company

Carried along by the book’s exciting main theme, the process of scientific discovery, readers will encounter spectacular sights, landmark experiments and recent discoveries in this brief textbook, while learning to avoid the pitfalls created by common misconceptions about astronomy. Lecturer Supplements Companion Website: www.whfreeman.com/dtu8e Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM (978-1-4292-1246-5) Test Bank CD-ROM (978-1-4292-1245-8) Student Supplements Companion Website: www.whfreeman.com/dtu8e May 2008 Paperback

544pp £47.99

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Test Bank CD-ROM (978-1-4292-5888-3) STUDENT SUPPLEMENTS Companion Website: www.whfreeman.com/universe9e Observing Projects Using Starry Night Planetarium software (978-1-4292-5886-9) £22.99 This book contains a variety of comprehensive lab activities. April 2010 Paperback

800pp £48.99

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ASTROnomy / cosmology • ASTROPHYSICS • GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES Astronomy / cosmology

ASTROPHYSICS

Extrasolar Planets and Astrobiology Caleb A. Scharf, Columbia University, USA

Physics and Chemistry of the Interstellar Medium Sun Kwok, University of Hong Kong

Published by University Science Books

‘Caleb Scharf provides here a solid and mathematically-rich overview of astrobiology from a planetary perspective...suitable for both newcomers to the field and experienced researchers looking for a course textbook to recommend.’ - Lewis Dartnell, Astrobiology Society of Britain ‘The book is truly excellent ...this is probably the best volume available for the physical sciences side of astrobiology. Summing up: Essential.’ - Choice This book offers an advanced introduction to the increasingly robust fields of extrasolar planets and astrobiology. No other text currently available applies this level of mathematics and physics, while also providing an extensive grounding in key issues of chemistry, biology, and geophysics. With extensive references to the literature and chapterending exercises, this book can be used as the core text for teaching undergraduate or introductory graduate level courses. The text also provides astrobiologists with an indispensable ‘User’s Manual’ when quick reference to key mathematical and physical techniques is needed. A continually updated online component, fully cross-referenced with the text, is also available. Lecturer and Student Supplements Author’s Companion Website: www.astro.columbia.edu/EXPA/EXPA/Extrasolar_ planets_and_astrobiology.html October 2008 Hardback

400pp £64.99

240x190mm 978-1-891389-55-9

Published by University Science Books

‘This book is one of the few modern texts on the interstellar medium. It is particularly excellent for microphysical processes and particularly those that are not easily accessible - physically oriented discussions of atomic and molecular excitation and radiation, molecular binding and astrochemical processes, and important detailed aspects of interstellar grains such as the observational manifestations and formation/destruction mechanisms.’ - Carl Heiles, University of California, USA January 2007 Hardback

600pp £66.99

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Astrophysics of Gaseous Nebulae and Active Galactic Nuclei 2nd edition Donald E. Osterbrock, University of California, USA and Gary J. Ferland, University of Kentucky, USA

Published by University Science Books

This is an excellent graduate course book and reference work for the study of gaseous nebulae, nova and supernova remnants, and the emissionline regions in Seyfert galaxies, radio galaxies, quasars, and other types of active galactic nuclei. Much of the new data and images are from the Hubble Space Telescope and some of the largest ground-based telescopes in the world. Two new chapters on infrared astronomy and on X-ray astronomy are included, reflecting the great advances in these fields. November 2005 650pp Hardback £52.99

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Geology / EARTH SCIENCES

Available as an ebook

The Power of the Sea Tsunamis, Storm Surges, Rogue Waves, and Our Quest to Predict Disasters Bruce Parker, world recognized expert in the oceans. He is former Chief Scientist of the National Ocean Service and occupied various posts in international organizations that study ocean behavior; currently Visiting Professor, Centre for Maritime Systems, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA. Among his awards are the U.S. Department of Commerce Gold Medal and the Commodore Cooper Medal from the International Hydrographic Organization

Published by Palgrave Macmillan

A spell-binding and heart-stopping narrative that reveals the amazing power of the oceans and explains for the first time how scientists have learned to predict the sea’s destructive moments that can take the lives of millions. Contents: When the Sea Turns Against Us: Escaping its Fury through Prediction / The Earliest Predictions for the Sea: The Tide / The Moon, the Sun, and the Sea: The Tide Predictions for D-Day / The Sea’s Greatest Killer: Predicting Storm Surges / Defending our Coasts: Flooded Cities / Stormy Seas: Predicting Sea, Swell, and Surf / ‘Holes’ in the Surface of the Sea: Rogue Waves / The Sea’s Response to an Unpredictable Earth: Trying to Predict Tsunamis / December 26, 2004 (Part 1): Tragic Surprise in the Indian Ocean / December 26, 2004 (Part 2): Learning from a Tragedy / Predicting the Future - and Saving Lives: El Niño, Climate Change, and a Global Ocean Observing System / Endnotes / Acknowledgments November 2010 304pp Hardback £19.99 Paperback £9.99

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GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES

Understanding Earth

Global Climate Change

Earth’s Climate

6th edition

Convergence of Disciplines

Past and Future 2nd edition

John Grotzinger, California Institute of Technology, USA, Thomas H. Jordan, University of Southern California, USA, Frank Press, Washington Advisory Group, USA and Raymond Siever, formerly, Harvard University, USA

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company

This textbook invites students into the working world of professional geologists and shows the real-world impact of geology. The sixth edition includes new Practicing Geology essays, Google Earth Exercises, new figures based on 3-D computer simulations and data models, and new and reimagined multi-concept images that help students visualize concepts and processes as geologists do. Contents: PART I: THE MODERN THEORY AND PRACTICE OF GEOLOGY / PART II: BASIC GEOLOGIC PROCESSES / PART III: EARTH AND PLANETS THROUGH GEOLOGIC TIME / PART IV: INTERNAL GEOSYSTEMS / PART V: SURFICIAL GEOSYSTEMS / PART VI: EARTH SCIENCE AND SOCIETY

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Arnold J. Bloom, University of California at Davis, USA

Human activities have altered the global climate, and governments must now implement policies to avoid more extreme perturbations. The timely Global Climate Change examines the factors responsible for global climate change and the geophysical, biological, economic, legal, and cultural consequences of such changes. The book highlights the complexity of decision-making under uncertainty, contrasting the methods that various disciplines employ to evaluate past and future conditions. Contents: Introduction to Global Climate Change / History of Earth’s Climate / Causes of Climate / World of Tomorrow: Computer Simulation Models / Biological Impacts of Higher Carbon Dioxide Concentrations / Climate Change and the Biosphere / Mitigation Strategies: Transportation / Mitigation Strategies: Electric Power Generation / Mitigation Strategies: Other Sectors / Economics of Global Climate Change / Global Climate Change and the Law / Global Climate Change: The Human Response January 2010 Paperback

360pp £45.99

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This text summarizes the major lessons to be learned from 550 million years of climate change, as a way of evaluating the climatological impact on and by humans in this century. The book also looks ahead to possible effects during the next several centuries of fossil fuel use. The second edition incorporates new coverage of climatological events and new research discoveries. Contents: PART I: FRAMEWORK OF CLIMATE SCIENCE / PART II: TECTONIC-SCALE CLIMATE CHANGE / PART III: ORBITAL-SCALE CLIMATE CHANGE / PART IV: DEGLACIAL AND MILLENNIAL CLIMATE CHANGE / PART V: HISTORICAL AND FUTURE CLIMATE CHANGE

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William F. Ruddiman, University of Virginia, USA

Published by Sinauer Associates, Inc.

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Structural Geology

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2nd edition Robert J. Twiss and Eldridge M. Moores, both at University of California, USA

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company

This text provides a comprehensive, richly illustrated survey of the evolution of the earth’s outer layers, presented within the unifying context of structural and plate tectonics. February 2007 Hardback

500pp £56.99

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Petrology Igneous, Sedimentary, and Metamorphic 3rd edition Harvey Blatt, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, Robert Tracy, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, USA and Brent E. Owens

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company December 2005 530pp Hardback £68.99

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GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES • PALAEONTOLOGY

Earth System History

Laboratory Exercises in Oceanography

3rd edition

4th edition

Steven M. Stanley, University of Hawaii, USA

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company

Clear and concise, this book shows how Earth’s ecosystem has developed over time, and how events in the past can help us deal with present and future changes. Key themes and concepts are examined and a range of real-world examples demonstrate earth system history in action. Student and lecturer supplements are available. December 2008 608pp Paperback £54.99

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Sedimentary Geology An Introduction to Sedimentary Rocks and Stratigraphy 2nd edition Donald R. Prothero, Occidental College, USA and Fred Schwab, Washington and Lee University, USA

Bernard F. Pipkin, Donn S. Gorsline, both at University of Southern California, USA, Richard E. Casey, University of San Diego, USA, Dean Dunn, University of Southern Mississippi, USA and Stephen A. Schellenberg, University of Southern California, USA

Palaeontology

The Fossil Hunter Dinosaurs, Evolution and the Woman Whose Discoveries Changed the World Shelley Emling, Journalist for twenty years; her work has appeared in The New York Times, Fortune, Slate, and The International Herald Tribune

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company

A comprehensive manual for the practical study of Oceanography featuring exercises for all the major disciplines within it (biology, chemistry, geology, and physics) and data from real-life experiments. The fourth edition has been updated throughout and includes coverage of the latest developments in the field. Contents: Preface / Introduction / Bathymetry - The Shape of the Sea Floor / Marine Charts or Finding Your Way Around / Sea Floor Spreading and Plate Tectonics / Geography of the Oceans / Materials of the Sea Floor and How We Study Them / Temperatures of Seawater / Salinity of Seawater / Water Masses and How We Study Them / Surface Currents / Tides / Waves at Sea / Waves in Shallow Water and Beach Erosion / Hurricanes / Oceanography from Space / Distribution of Marine Life / Primary and Secondary Productivity / El Niño / Marine Ecosystems and Nutrient Cycles / Plankton / Marine Adaptations and the Deep Sea Environment / Estuaries / Littoral Ecosystems and Environmental Impact / Paleoceanography March 2012 Paperback

272pp £35.99

Published by Palgrave Macmillan

In 1811, Mary Anning discovered the first ever dinosaur skeleton and became a fossil hunter, attracting the attention of the scientific world. Until then, it was believed that animals did not become extinct, but the bizarre nature of the fossils Anning found made it impossible to ignore the truth about evolution. August 2009 Hardback Paperback

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GENERAL MATHEMATICS • mathematics for science GENERAL MathEMATICS

Foundation Mathematics K.A. Stroud, formerly Principal Lecturer in Mathematics, Coventry University, UK with Dexter J. Booth, formerly Principal Lecturer, School of Computing and Engineering, University of Huddersfield, UK

Published by Palgrave Macmillan

A complete entry level foundation mathematics book based on the longestablished and successful Stroud philosophy and best-selling title Engineering Mathematics.

he methodology demands that the student • Tinteracts with the material, so they learn by doing the maths, not just reading about it.

uilds confidence step-by-step, starting with • Blots of guidance and gradually allowing the

student to progress independently as they learn.

rovides more opportunity for mathematics • Ppractice than any other book! a great fit to introductory maths courses • Oforffers students of all disciplines. ffers a wider range of topics and in more depth • Othan other introductory maths books. Contents: Arithmetic / Introduction to Algebra / Expressions and Equations / Graphs / Linear Equations / Polynomial Equations / Partial Fractions / Trigonometry/ Functions / Matrices / Vectors / Binomial Series / Sets / Probability / Statistics / Regression and Correlation / Introduction to Differentiation / Partial Differentiation / Integration April 2009 Paperback

752pp £34.99

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MATHEMATICS FOR SCIENCE

Fundamental Maths

Mathematical Methods for Scientists and Engineers Donald A. McQuarrie, formerly University of California, USA

For Engineering and Science Mark Breach, Principal Lecturer in Engineering Surveying, Nottingham Trent University, UK

Published by University Science Books

‘...a masterpiece...’ Chemical and Engineering News

Published by Palgrave Macmillan

A short, accessible textbook for students who are entering HE or FE courses and need to re-visit and develop school maths and gain confidence in it. The author explains the maths clearly through words and examples, not just pages of sums, and makes sure students put past anxieties about maths or gaps in their knowledge behind them. Contents: Preliminaries / Fundamental Arithmetic / Arithmetic of Small Quantities / Arithmetic of Powers / Arithmetic Calculations / Graphs and Charts / Algebra – Introducing the Unknown / Algebra – More Complex Forms / Algebra - Functions / Algebra Working with Formulae / Algebra – Transposition of Equations and Inverse Functions / Algebra – Factors of Expressions / Geometry / Series / Trigonometry / Graphical Representation of Trigonometric Functions / Simultaneous Equations / Quadratic Equations / Surface Areas and Volumes of Solids / Coordinate Systems / Areas of Irregular Figures / Trigonometric Identities / Logarithms and Indices / Differentiation – Basic Relationships / Differentiation of More Complex Functions / Differentiation – Uses / Integration – Basic Relationships / Integration – Area and Volume / Vectors / Matrices / Probability / Central Tendency and Dispersion / Answers January 2011 Paperback

392pp £27.99

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Intended for upperlevel undergraduate and graduate courses in chemistry, physics, mathematics and engineering, this book is also suitable as a reference for advanced students in the physical sciences. It is logically organized and full of problems and examples that detail every step, making it exceptionally well adapted for self-study as well as for classroom use. Lecturer Supplements Artwork is available on request to adopting lecturers via the publisher’s website at: www.uscibooks.com Student Supplements Student Solutions Manual (978-1-891389-37-5) £28.99 June 2003 Paperback

1100pp £49.99

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Guide to Mathematical Methods 2nd edition J. Gilbert, University of Lancaster, UK, Camilla Jordan, The Open University, UK and David Towers, University of Lancaster, UK

Published by Palgrave Macmillan June 2002 Paperback

448pp £35.99

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geometry • analysis • calculus geometry

Calculus

analysis

Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometries Development and History 4th edition Marvin Jay Greenberg, University of California, USA

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company

This book provides students with an overview of both classic and hyperbolic geometries, placing the work of key mathematicians and philosophers in historical context. Including coverage on geometric transformations, models of the hyperbolic planes and pseudospheres, it makes an excellent companion to any geometry course. The fourth edition features a greater balance between the geometry of Greek and other cultures (Egyptian, Babylonian, Hindu and Chinese), increased coverage of key events and contributors throughout history, revised coverage of models, and a significant amount of new material and projects throughout.

Guide to Analysis

Vector Calculus

2nd edition

International Edition

Mary Hart, Department of Pure Mathematics, University of Sheffield, UK and David Towers, Head of Mathematics, University of Lancaster, UK

This text provides a rigorous introduction to analysis, taking into account the difficulties students face when they make the transition from A-Level mathematics to university level. May 2001 Paperback

304pp £35.99

Basic Complex Analysis 3rd edition Jerrold E. Marsden, California Institute of Technology, USA and Michael J. Hoffman, California State University, USA

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company January 1999 Hardback

600pp £59.99

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company with Palgrave Macmillan

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This textbook by respected authors Marsden and Tromba helps students foster computational skills and intuitive understanding with a careful balance of theory, applications, historical development and optional materials. The new edition has been updated and includes increased examples and exercises for student practice. Contents: The Geometry of Euclidean Space / Differentiation / Higher-Order Derivatives: Maxima and Minima / Vector-Valued Functions / Double and Triple Integrals / The Change of Variables Formula and Applications of Integration / Integrals Over Paths and Surfaces / The Integral Theorems of Vector Analysis

A lecturer supplement is available

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Elementary Classical Analysis

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company

New

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676pp £60.99

240x190mm 978-1-4292-2404-8

2nd edition Jerrold E. Marsden, California Institute of Technology, USA and Michael J. Hoffman, California State University, USA

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Jerrold E. Marsden, California Institute of Technology, USA and Anthony J. Tromba, University of California, USA

Published by Palgrave Macmillan

Lecturer Supplements

December 2007 500pp Hardback £73.99

6th edition

Calculus Made Easy Silvanus P. Thompson, (1851-1916) Writer of several science manuals and biographies of major scientists and Martin Gardner, Reviewer for the New York Review of Books

Designed for courses in advanced calculus and introductory real analysis, this text strikes a balance between pure and applied mathematics. The emphasis is on techniques important to classical analysis, without vector calculus or complex analysis.

Published by Palgrave Macmillan

April 1993 Hardback

March 1999 Paperback

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640pp £48.99

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algebra • computer mathematics

Linear Algebra

Algebra

Linear Algebra

Eric Carlen and Maria Carvalho, University of Lisbon, Portugal

A Geometric Approach 2nd edition Ted Shifrin and Malcolm Adams, both at University of Georgia , USA

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company

Presenting the standard computational aspects of linear algebra and interesting applications, this text helps students to think about mathematical concepts and write rigorous mathematical arguments. The second edition has been updated with additional examples and streamlined for easier teaching and studying. Contents: PART I: VECTORS AND MATRICES / Vectors / Dot Product / Hyperplanes in Rn / Systems of Linear Equations and Gaussian Elimination / The Theory of Linear Systems / Some Applications / PART II: MATRIX ALGEBRA / Matrix Operations / Inverse Matrices / The Transpose / PART III: VECTOR SPACES / Subspaces of Rn / Linear Independence / Basics and Dimension / The Four Fundamental Subspaces / A Graphic Example / Abstract Vector Spaces / PART IV: PROJECTIONS AND LINEAR TRANSFORMATIONS / Inconsistent Systems and Projection / Orthogonal Bases / Linear Transformations / Change of Basis / PART V: DETERMINANTS / Signed Area in R2 / Determinants / Cofactors and Cramer’s Rule / PART VI: EIGENVALUES AND EIGENVECTORS / The Characteristic Polynomial / Diagonalizability / Applications / Spectral Theorem / PART VII: FURTHER APPLICATIONS / Complex Eigenvalues and Jordan Canonical Form / Computer Graphics and Geometry / Matrix Exponentials and Differential Equations October 2010 Hardback

464pp £66.99

Computer Mathematics

From the Beginning

263x208mm 978-1-4292-1521-3

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company

This new first-year text is designed to prepare students for the growing prominence of linear algebra at earlier junctures across the science and engineering curriculum. It reflects the way computers have changed the course, since having them to do the number-crunching opens up a variety of ways to solve all but the simplest linear algebra problems. This text provides more thorough explanations of the subject’s fundamental ideas and of the capabilities of a selection of software packages to help students choose the best way to solve a problem. Contents: Vectors, Matrices and Linear Transformations / The Solution Set of a Linear System / The Image of Linear Transformation / Determinants / The Eigenvalue Problem / More about Eigenvectors and Eigenvalues / Abstract Vector Spaces March 2007 Hardback

504pp £55.99

277x217mm 978-0-7167-4894-6

Discrete Mathematics for Computing 3rd edition Peter Grossman, University of Melbourne, Australia

Published by Palgrave Macmillan

Written especially for students with a modest mathematical background, this text introduces discrete mathematics at a gentle pace, and with an informal style, but without compromising the need for correct methodology. This new edition includes an expanded section on encryption, additional examples and many more exercises. Contents: List of Symbols / Introduction to Algorithms / Bases and Number Representation / Computer Representation and Arithmetic / Logic / Sets and Relations / Functions / Induction and Recursion / Boolean Algebra and Digital Circuits / Combinatorics / Introduction to Graph Theory / Trees / Number Theory / Algorithms and Computational Complexity December 2008 328pp Paperback £32.99

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Mathematical Structures for Computer Science 6th edition Judith L. Gersting, University of Hawaii, USA

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company

The sixth edition continues to offer a pedagogically rich and intuitive introduction to discrete mathematical structures. It meets the needs of computer science students by being both comprehensive and accessible. Lecturer Supplements Instructor’s Solutions Manual (978-0-7167-7284-2) September 2006 807pp Hardback £61.99

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computer mathematics • statistics

Guide to Mathematical Modelling

Statistics

2nd edition Dilwyn Edwards, University of Greenwich, UK, Michael Hamson, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK and David Towers, University of Lancaster, UK

Probability and Statistics The Science of Uncertainty 2nd edition

Contents: What is Modelling? / Getting Started / Modelling Methodology / Modelling Skills / Using Difference Equations / Using Differential Equations / Using Random Numbers / Using Data / Example Models / Report Writing and Presentation October 2001 Paperback

336pp £35.99

246x189mm 978-0-333-79446-3

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company

A unique introduction to probability and statistics, with the emphasis on the effective use of computer programs and an integrated approach to inference. The book provides a well-balanced mix of theory and applications, with examples of real-world data and analysis appearing throughout the text.

Guide to Scientific Computing

Contents: Probability Models / Random Variables and Distributions / Expectation / Sampling Distributions and Limits / Statistical Inference / Likelihood Inference / Bayesian Inference / Optimal Inferences / Model Checking / Relationships Among Variables / Advanced Topic Stochastic Processes / APPENDICES / Mathematical Background / Computations / Common Distributions / Tables / Index

2nd edition

LECTURER SUPPLEMENTS

Peter R. Turner, United States Naval Academy, USA and David Towers, University of Lancaster, UK

Instructor’s Solutions Manual (978-1-4292-2463-5)

Published by Palgrave Macmillan

September 2010 638pp Hardback £44.99

229x178mm 978-1-4292-2462-8

This book is a gentle and sympathetic introduction to many of the problems of scientific computing, and the wide variety of methods used for their solutions. March 2000 Paperback

320pp £35.99

International Edition 7th edition David S. Moore, George P. McCabe and Bruce Craig, all at Purdue University, USA

Michael Evans and Jeffrey S. Rosenthal, both at University of Toronto, Canada

Published by Palgrave Macmillan

A basic introduction to mathematical modelling, this book encourages the reader to participate in the investigation of a wide variety of modelling examples.

Introduction to the Practice of Statistics

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company with Palgrave Macmillan

With its focus on data analysis, statistical reasoning, and the way statisticians actually work, Introduction to the Practice of Statistics (IPS) has helped to revolutionize the way statistics are taught in the classroom and brings the power of critical thinking and practical applications to your course. The updated seventh edition has thirty percent new exercises, including international examples, more Use Your Knowledge exercises, and an improved text orgnization and design. Contents: PART I: LOOKING AT DATA / Looking at Data-Distributions / Looking at Data-Relationships / Producing Data / PART II: PROBABILITY AND INFERENCE / Probability: The Study of Randomness / Sampling Distributions / Introduction to Inference / Inference for Distributions / Inference for Proportions / PART III: TOPICS ON INFERENCE / Analysis of Two-Way Tables / Inference for Regression / Multiple Regression / One-Way Analysis of Variance / Two-Way Analysis of Variance / ADDITIONAL CHAPTERS (available on the CD-ROM and online) / Logistic Regression / Nonparametric Tests / Bootstrap Methods and Permutation Tests / Statistics for Quality: Control and Capability

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STATISTICS

The Basic Practice of Statistics International Edition 6th edition David S. Moore, Purdue University, USA, Bill Notz and Mike Fligner, both at Ohio State University, USA

The Practice of Statistics in the Life Sciences

Contents: PART I: EXPLORING DATA / Picturing Distributions with Graphs / Describing Distributions with Numbers / The Normal Distributions / Scatterplots and Correlation / Regression / Two-Way Tables / Exploring Data: Part I Review / PART II: FROM EXPLORATION TO INFERENCE / Producing Data: Sampling / Producing Data: Experiments / Commentary: Data Ethics / Introducing Probability / Sampling Distributions / General Rules of Probability / Binomial Distributions / Confidence Intervals: The Basics / Tests of Significance: The Basics / Inference in Practice / From Exploration to Inference: Part II Review / PART III: INFERENCE ABOUT VARIABLES / Inference about a Population Mean / Two-Sample Problems / Inference about a Population Proportion / Comparing Two Proportions / Inference about Variables: Part III Review / PART IV: INFERENCE ABOUT RELATIONSHIPS / Two Categorical Variables: The ChiSquare Test / Inference for Regression / One-Way Analysis of Variance: Comparing Several Means / Notes and Data Sources / Tables / Answers to Selected Exercises / Index / PART V: OPTIONAL COMPANION CHAPTERS (available online) / Nonparametric Tests / Statistical Process Control / Multiple Regression / More about Analysis of Variance Lecturer and Student supplements are available

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704pp £53.99

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4th edition

2nd edition

Robert R. Sokal and James Rohlf, both at State University of New York, USA

Brigitte Baldi, University of California, USA and David S. Moore, Purdue University, USA

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company with Palgrave Macmillan

This text emphasizes major ideas and essential skills, provides experience working with real-world data and examples, and uses many pedagogical devices to guide learning. Learners gain confidence by beginning with data analysis before meeting probability and probability-based inference - an arrangement that also reflects statisticians’ current view of the field. A major focus of the new sixth edition has been to refresh and revise the text examples and exercises, with a minimum of twenty percent of examples and thirty percent of exercises in each chapter being new or updated to represent contemporary topics that capture interest.

Biometry

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company

Baldi and Moore provide an accessible introduction to the uses and applications of statistics in the life sciences with a data analysis approach. Data sets, examples and exercises are drawn from diverse areas of biology such as physiology, brain and behaviour, health and medicine, nutrition, ecology, and microbiology. The book is written in an accessible style and includes helpful pedagogy. In this new edition a quarter of the examples and exercises have been updated, and new Large Data Set exercises have been added. Contents: PART I: EXPLORING DATA / PART II: FROM EXPLORATION TO INFERENCE / PART III: STATISTICAL INFERENCE / PART IV: OPTIONAL COMPANION CHAPTERS (available online and on the CD) A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com

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This easily understood but rigorous introduction to biological statistics is a standard text and a valuable reference for anyone doing scientific research. The fourth edition has been thoroughly revised and updated using computer calculations and the authors have expanded on important modern topics. Contents: Introduction / Data in Biology / The Handling of Data / Descriptive Statistics / Introduction to Probability Distributions: Binomial and Poisson / The Normal Probability Distribution / Estimation and Hypothesis Testing / Introduction to Analysis of Variance / Single Classification Analysis of Variance / Nested Analysis of Variance / Two-Way Analysis of Variance / Multiway Analysis of Variance / Assumptions of Analysis of Variance / Linear Regression / Correlation / Multiple and Curvilinear Regression / Analysis of Frequencies / Miscellaneous Methods / Mathematical Appendix / Bibliography November 2011 896pp Hardback £60.99

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Statistical Tables For Science, Engineering, Psychology, Business, Management and Finance 4th edition J. Murdoch and J.A. Barnes, both formerly at Cranfield University, USA

Published by Palgrave Macmillan April 1998 Paperback

80pp £15.99

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STATISTICS

The Practice of Statistics

The Practice of Statistics for Business and Economics

4th edition

International Edition

Daren S. Starnes, Webb Schools, USA, Dan Yates, Statistics Consultant, USA and David S. Moore, Purdue University, USA

3rd edition David S. Moore, George P. McCabe, Bruce Craig, all at Purdue University, USA, Layth Alwan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA and William M. Duckworth, Creighton University, USA

Contents: PART I: DATA / Examining Distributions / Examining Relationships / Producing Data / PART II: PROBABILITY AND INFERENCE / Probability and Sampling Distributions / Probability Theory / Introduction to Inference / Inference for Distributions / Inference for Proportions / PART III: TOPICS IN INFERENCE / Inference for Two-Way Tables / Inference for Regression / Multiple Regression / Statistics for Quality: Control and Capability / Time Series Forecasting / One-Way Analysis of Variance / ADDITIONAL CHAPTERS (available on the CD-ROM and online) / Two-Way Analysis of Variance / Nonparametric Tests / Logistic Regression

Combining a data analysis approach with the power of technology, innovative pedagogy, and a number of new features, the fourth edition is an impressively effective text for learning statistics.

Contents: Preface / Overview: What is Statistics? / Exploring Data / Modeling Distributions of Data / Describing Relationships / Designing Studies / Probability: What are the Chances? / Random Variables / Sampling Distributions / Estimating with Confidence / Testing a Claim / Comparing Two Populations or Groups / Inference for Distributions of Categorical Data / More about Regression / Notes and Data Sources / Solutions / Appendix A: AP Exam Tips / Appendix B: TI-Nspire Technology Corners / Formulas for AP Statistics Exam / Tables, T-1 / Table A: Standard Normal Probabilities / Table B: t-Distribution Critical Values / Table C: Chi-square Distribution Critical Values / Table D: Random Digits / Technology Corners Reference / Inference Summary August 2011 Hardback

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Susan A. Nolan, Seton Hall University, USA and Thomas E. Heinzen William Paterson, State University of New Jersey, USA

Published by Worth Publishers

Clearly written, this text makes statistics accessible to students by applying theoretical techniques to wide-ranging examples. Focusing on research design and statistical analysis, the revised second edition makes graphs easy to understand and offers guidelines on how to report results. Contents: An Introduction to Statistics and Research Design / Frequency Distributions / Visual Displays of Data / Central Tendency and Variability / Sampling and Probability / The Normal Curve, Standardization, and z Scores / Hypothesis Testing with z Tests / Confidence Intervals, Effect Size, and Statistical Power / The Single-Sample t Test / The Paired-Samples t Test / The Independent-Samples t Test / Between-Groups ANOVA / Within-Groups ANOVA / Two-Way Between-Groups ANOVA / Correlation / Regression / Chi-Square Tests / Nonparametric Tests with Ordinal Data

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2nd edition

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company

Published by W. H. Freeman and Company with Palgrave Macmillan

This successful text immerses students in the course immediately, allowing them to make data-informed, real-world business decisions almost from day one. By discussing data production early in the book, students are involved in practical, statistics-supported business decision-making from the outset. Using real data to provide a context for tackling modern business problems, it introduces a range of core ideas early - including data production and interpretation.

Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences

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teaching and research in higher education teaching and research in higher education

Mastering Communication

Critical Thinking Skills

5th edition Nicky Stanton, Management Consultant and Trainer in Management Development and Communication, UK

Conducting Astronomy Education Research A Primer

‘...many of my students originally believe they know how to communicate. Much of the content of this book causes them to re-evaluate their own abilities.’ - Richard Kunc, Bradford School of Business and Law, Bradford College, UK

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INDEX A Anslyn Dougherty Modern Physical Organic Chemistry Astrophysics of Gas Nebulae and Active Galactic Nuclei Osterbrock Ferland Atkins Jones Chemical Principles

6 16 2

B Bailey Slater Conducting Astronomy Education Research 25 Baird Cann Environmental Chemistry 10 Baldi Moore The Practice of Statistics in the Life Sciences 23 Basic Complex Analysis Marsden Hoffman 20 The Basic Practice of Statistics Moore Notz Fligner 23 Bertini Gray Stiefel Valentine Biological Inorganic Chemistry 7 Biological Inorganic Chemistry Bertini Gray Stiefel Valentine 7 Biological Physics Nelson 13 Biometry Sokal Rohlf 23 Blatt Tracy Owens Petrology 17 Bless Discovering the Cosmos 15 Bloom Global Climate Change 17 Breach Fundamental Maths 19 Breithaupt Physics 11

C Calculus Made Easy Thompson Gardner 20 Carlen Carvalho Linear Algebra 21 Chang Physical Chemistry for the Biosciences 9 Chang Physical Chemistry for the Chemical and Biological Sciences 9 Chemical Principles Atkins Jones 2 Chemistry in the Laboratory Postma Robert Hollenberg 3 Chemistry Lewis Evans 2 Chemistry of the Environment Spiro Purvis-Roberts Stigliani 10 Classical Mechanics Taylor 14 Comins Kaufmann III Discovering the Universe 15 Conducting Astronomy Education Research Bailey Slater 25

D 26

New

Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry Rayner-Canham Overton 7 Discovering the Cosmos Bless 15 Discovering the Universe Comins Kaufmann III 15 Discrete Mathematics for Computing Grossman 21

E Earth System History Stanley 18 Earthâ€™s Climate Ruddiman 17 Edwards Hamson Towers Guide to Mathematical Modelling 22 Elementary Classical Analysis Marsden Hoffman 20 Emling The Fossil Hunter 18 Engaging in Astronomical Inquiry Slater Lyons 14 Environmental Chemistry Baird Cann 10 Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometries Greenberg 20 Evans Rosenthal Probability and Statistics 22 Exploring Chemical Analysis Harris 10 Extrasolar Planets and Astrobiology Scharf 16

F The Fossil Hunter Emling Foundation Mathematics Stroud Booth Freedman Geller Kaufmann III Universe Fundamental Maths Breach Fundamentals of Asymmetric Catalysis Walsh Kozlowski

18 19 15 19

Gersting Mathematical Structures for Computer Science 21 Gilbert Jordan Towers Guide to Mathematical Methods 19 Girolami X-Ray Crystallography 6 Global Climate Change Bloom 17 Greenberg Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometries 20 Grossman Discrete Mathematics for Computing 21 Grotzinger Jordan Press Siever Understanding Earth 17 Guide to Analysis Hart Towers 20 Guide to Mathematical Methods Gilbert Jordan Towers 19 Guide to Mathematical Modelling Edwards Hamson Towers 22 Guide to Scientific Computing Turner Towers 22

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Hanson Green Introduction to Molecular Thermodynamics Harris Exploring Chemical Analysis Harris Quantitative Chemical Analysis Hart Towers Guide to Analysis Hartwig Organotransition Metal Chemistry Hegedus Soderberg Transition Metals in the Synthesis of Complex Organic Molecules Helliwell Special Relativity

8 10 11 20 5 5 12

I Introduction to Error Analysis Taylor Introduction to Molecular Thermodynamics Hanson Green Introduction to Quantum Mechanics Tannor Introduction to the Practice of Statistics Moore McCabe Craig Investigating Astronomy Slater Freedman Investigating Chemistry Johll

13 8 8 22 14 3

J Johll Investigating Chemistry John F. Kennedy and the Race to the Moon Logsdon

5

G

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H

3 15

K Kittel Kroemer Thermal Physics 14 Kwok Physics and Chemistry of the Interstellar Medium 16

L Laboratory Exercises in Oceanography Pipkin Gorsline Casey Dunn Schellenberg Lewis Evans Chemistry Linear Algebra Carlen Carvalho Linear Algebra Shifrin Adams Logsdon John F. Kennedy and the Race to the Moon

18 2 21 21 15

M Marsden Hoffman Basic Complex Analysis

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INDEX Marsden Hoffman Elementary Classical Analysis 20 Marsden Tromba Vector Calculus 20 Mastering Communication Stanton 25 Mathematical Methods for Scientists and Engineers McQuarrie 19 Mathematical Structures for Computer Science Gersting 21 Mathematics for Physical Chemistry McQuarrie 8 McQuarrie Mathematical Methods for Scientists and Engineers 19 McQuarrie Mathematics for Physical Chemistry 8 McQuarrie Quantum Chemistry 8 McQuarrie Simon Molecular Thermodynamics 9 McQuarrie Simon Physical Chemistry 8 A Modern Approach to Quantum Mechanics Townsend 12 Modern Molecular Photochemistry of Organic Molecules Turro Ramamurthy Scaiano 4 Modern Physical Organic Chemistry Anslyn Dougherty 6 Modern Physics Tipler Llewellyn 13 Molecular Physical Chemistry for Engineers Yates Johnson 9 Molecular Thermodynamics McQuarrie Simon 9 Moore McCabe Craig Alwan Duckworth The Practice of Statistics for Business and Economics 24 Moore McCabe Craig Introduction to the Practice of Statistics 22 Moore Notz Fligner The Basic Practice of Statistics 23 Murdoch Barnes Statistical Tables 23

N Nelson Biological Physics Nolan Heinzen Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences

Q Quantitative Chemical Analysis Harris 11 Quantum Chemistry McQuarrie 8 Quantum Physics Townsend 12 Que Physical Methods in Bioinorganic Chemistry 7

R 13 24

O Organic Chemistry Sorrell Organic Chemistry Vollhardt Schore Organotransition Metal Chemistry Hartwig Osterbrock Ferland Astrophysics of Gas Nebulae and Active Galactic Nuclei

Physical Chemistry for the Chemical and Biological Sciences Chang 9 Physical Chemistry McQuarrie Simon 8 Physical Methods in Bioinorganic Chemistry Que 7 Physics and Chemistry of the Interstellar Medium Kwok 16 Physics Breithaupt 11 Physics for Scientists and Engineers Tipler Mosca 13 Pipkin Gorsline Casey Dunn Schellenberg Laboratory Exercises in Oceanography 18 Postma Robert Hollenberg Chemistry in the Laboratory 3 The Power of the Sea Parker 16 The Practice of Statistics for Business and Economics Moore McCabe Craig Alwan Duckworth 24 The Practice of Statistics in the Life Sciences Baldi Moore 23 The Practice of Statistics Starnes Yates Moore 24 Principles of Molecular Photochemistry: An Introduction Turro Ramamurthy Scaiano 3 Probability and Statistics Evans Rosenthal 22 Prothero Schwab Sedimentary Geology 18

Rayner-Canham Overton Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry 7 Ruddiman Earthâ€™s Climate 17

S 6 4 5 16

P Parker The Power of the Sea 16 Petrology Blatt Tracy Owens 17 Physical Chemistry for the Biosciences Chang 9

Sands Studying Physics Scharf Extrasolar Planets and Astrobiology Sedimentary Geology Prothero Schwab Shifrin Adams Linear Algebra Slater Freedman Investigating Astronomy Slater Lyons Engaging in Astronomical Inquiry Sokal Rohlf Biometry Sorrell Organic Chemistry Special Relativity Helliwell Spiro Purvis-Roberts Stigliani Chemistry of the Environment

Stanley Earth System History Stanton Mastering Communication Starnes Yates Moore The Practice of Statistics Statistical Tables Murdoch Barnes Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences Nolan Heinzen Stroud Booth Foundation Mathematics Structural Geology Twiss Moores Studying Physics Sands

18 25 24 23 24 19 17 14

T Tannor Introduction to Quantum Mechanics Taylor Classical Mechanics Taylor Introduction to Error Analysis Thermal Physics Kittel Kroemer Thompson Gardner Calculus Made Easy Tipler Llewellyn Modern Physics Tipler Mosca Physics for Scientists and Engineers Townsend A Modern Approach to Quantum Mechanics Townsend Quantum Physics Transition Metals in the Synthesis of Complex Organic Molecules Hegedus Soderberg Turner Towers Guide to Scientific Computing Turro Ramamurthy Scaiano Modern Molecular Photochemistry of Organic Molecules Turro Ramamurthy Scaiano Principles of Molecular Photochemistry: An Introduction Twiss Moores Structural Geology

8 14 13 14 20 13 13 12 12 5 22 4 3 17

U Understanding Earth Grotzinger Jordan Press Siever 17 Universe Freedman Geller Kaufmann III 15

V 14 16 18 21 14 14 23 6 12 10

Vector Calculus Marsden Tromba Vollhardt Schore Organic Chemistry

20 4

W, X, Y Walsh Kozlowski Fundamentals of Asymmetric Catalysis 5 X-Ray Crystallography Girolami 6 Yates Johnson Molecular Physical Chemistry for Engineers 9

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