Issuu on Google+

2011

New Student Textbook Catalogue

Physics & Chemistry

wiley.com/go/highereducation


Physics & Chemistry Contents Introductory Physics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9 Fields, Waves, Optics & Acoustics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11 Modern Physics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-14 Nuclear Physics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Solid-State Physics & Semiconductors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Environmental Physics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Astronomy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Introductory Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-22 Inorganic Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Organic Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-30

Experience the difference! WileyPLUS combines the complete, dynamic online text with all of the teaching, testing and learning resources instructors and students need, in one easy-to-use system. WileyPLUS is available with many of Wiley’s market-leading text books denoted throughout this catalogue with the WileyPLUS symbol.

Biochemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31-35 Biological, Medicinal & Pharmaceutical Chemistry . . . . 36

Benefits of WileyPLUS n

The entire textbook online

Analytical Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37-39

n

All of the course resources in one place

Environmental Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

n

Teaching resources to use in class

n

Learning resources to fit every learning style

n

Purchase WileyPlus with a new, printed textbook or as a stand-alone registration code at a discounted price.

Physical Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40-41 Materials Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42-44 Chemical Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45-48 Computational Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Mathematics & Statistics for the Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . 50

Take a look at the benefits of using WileyPLUS in your course – visit www.wileyplus.com/experience

All prices correct at the time of going to press.

To order your inspection copy email HigherEducation@wiley.com


INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS

Principles of Physics 9th Edition DAVID HALLIDAY (deceased), University of Pittsburgh, ROBERT RESNICK, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, JEARL WALKER, Cleveland State University, USA

This book arms students with the tools to apply key physics concepts in the field.

The new Ninth Edition of Halliday, Resnick and Walker’s Principles of Physics has been strategically revised to focus on engaging students, supporting critical thinking and moving students to the next level of physics understanding. Key to the Ninth Edition’s support for critical thinking and development of understanding physics concepts is Jearl Walker’s modern voice. Jearl Walker is both an active teacher, who understands the challenges faced in today’s classroom, and a world renowned communicator of science to the general public. His Flying Circus of Physics is a cult classic among physics students and instructors and material from this book is integrated throughout the Ninth Edition to catch students’ attention, engage them, and encourage them to solve the underlying real world physics phenomenon and concepts, before they begin the more quantitative portion of the content or problem.

Contents: PART 1: Measurement; Motion Along a Straight Line; Vector; Motion in Two and Three Dimensions; Force and Motion I; Force and Motion II; Kinetic Energy and Work; Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy; Center of Mass and Linear Momentum; Rotation; Rolling, Torque, and Angular Momentum. PART 2: Equilibrium and Elasticity; Gravitation; Fluids; Oscillations; Waves I; Waves II; Temperature, Heat, and the First Law of Thermodynamics; The Kinetic Theory of Gases; Entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics.

WileyPLUS combines the complete, dynamic online text with a valuable suite of teaching and learning resources in one easyto-use system. It provides a very robust collection of high-quality problem sets, offering immediate and meaningful feedback to students, along with varying levels of question assistance. In addition to offering the end-ofchapter problem sets, WileyPLUS provides the support instructors need to efficiently and effectively manage their classroom and improve student performance.

PART 3: Electric Charge; Electric Fields; Gauss’ Law; Electric Potential; Capacitance; Current and Resistance; Circuits; Magnetic Fields; Magnetic Fields Due to Currents; Induction and Inductance; Electromagnetic Oscillations and Alternating Current; Maxwell’s Equations; Magnetism of Matter.

• A Math Skills Module – essentially a Chapter Zero – gets students up to speed with a comprehensive review of the algebra and calculus required in the course.

PART 4: Electromagnetic Waves; Images; Interference; Diffraction; Relativity.

• Guided Online (GO) Tutorials – these step-by-step tutorials, written by Jearl Walker, start with the key idea then break the problem down into steps, providing hints along the way. As he wrote these, Jearl imagined what he would say to a student in his office who was stuck on a problem. The result is a friendly, clear explanation that helps students along the way. The ninth edition features over 500 GO Tutorials! • Additional interactive simulations – animations and video mini-lectures accommodate a variety of learning styles. Through the videos, Jearl Walker teaches students how to read technical content. Extra help material (not in the printed text) is available through hypertext links for those students who need or want it.

PART 5: Photons and Matter Waves; More About Matter Waves; All About Atoms; Conduction of Electricity in Solids; Nuclear Physics; Energy from the Nucleus; Quarks, Leptons, and the Big Bang.

9780470524633 • 1136pp • June 2010 Pbk • £48.99/€58.80 Extended Edition – Contains 7 extra chapters on Modern Physics 9780470561584 • 1328pp • June 2010 Pbk • £49.99/€60.00

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

3


INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS

Introduction to Physics 8th Edition JOHN D. CUTNELL and KENNETH W. JOHNSON, both of Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, USA

A complete learning system that builds conceptual understanding on how to apply physics and solve problems.

Designed for those who may struggle with making the leap to conceptual understanding and applying physics. The eighth edition continues to build transferable problem-solving skills and helps the reader to first identify the physics concepts, then associate the appropriate mathematical equations, and finally to work out an algebraic solution. Features: • Focus on concepts: This new feature is located at the end of every chapter and replaces the Conceptual Questions. • Modified conceptual examples: Conceptual examples appear in every chapter. The Focus-on-Concepts questions provide the homework counterpart to the conceptual examples. • Expanded check your understanding: This feature appears at the ends of selected sections in every chapter and consists of questions in either a multiple-choice or a free-response format. • Expanded and modified ‘GO’ problems: Some of the homework problems found in the collection at the end of each chapter are marked with a special ‘GO’ icon. These guided online problems are now much more prevalent, with a 40% increase in these problems for the new edition. WileyPLUS for Introduction to Physics combines the online text as well as offering problem types and resources designed to enable and support transferable problem-solving skills and conceptual understanding. Features: • Extensive problem banks include conceptual problems, algorithmic endof-chapter problems, symbolic notation problems, simulation problems, and tutorial problems.

Contents: Introduction and Mathematical Concepts; Kinematics in one Dimension; Kinematics in two Dimension; Forces and Newtons Laws of Motion; Dynamics of Uniform Circular Motion; Work and Energy; Impulse and Momentum; Rotational Kinematics; Rotational Dynamics; Simple Harmonic Motion and Elasticity; Fluids; Temperature and Heat; The Transfer of Heat; The Ideal Gas Law and Kinetic Theory; Thermodynamics; Waves and Sound; The Principle of Linear Superposition and Interference Phenomena; Electric Forces and Electric Fields; Electric Potential Energy and the Electric Potential; Electric Circuits; Magnetic Forces and Magnetic Fields; Electromagnetic Induction; Alternating Current Circuits; Electromagnetic Waves; The Reflection of Light: Mirrors; The Refraction of Light: Lenses and Optical Instruments; Interference and the Wave Nature of Light; Special Relativity; Particles and Waves; The Nature of the Atom; Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity; Ionizing Radiation, Nuclear Energy, and Elementary Particles. Appendixes. Answers: To Check your Understanding. Answers: To OddNumbered Problems. Index; Introduction and Mathematical Concepts; The Nature of Physics; Units; The Role of Units In Problem Solving; Trigonometry; Scalars and Vectors; Vector Addition and Subtraction; The Components of a Vector.

• Instructor-controlled problem-solving assistance within each problem links students to hints, additional examples, videos, and specific sections of the online text. • Mathskills is a self-study module within WileyPLUS for students who need a quick review of the algebra and trigonometry topics that are prerequisite for introductory physics. • Data Tables have been added to many problems providing an organized starting point from which students can begin the problem solving process.

4

9780470409428 1088pp 2009 Pbk £48.99/€58.80

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS NEW EDITION!

Understanding Physics 2nd Edition MICHAEL MANSFIELD and COLM O’SULLIVAN University College Cork, Ireland

Understanding Physics – Second Edition is a comprehensive, yet compact, introductory physics textbook aimed at physics undergraduates and also at engineers and other scientists taking a general physics course. Written with today’s students in mind, this text covers the core material required by an introductory course in a clear and refreshing way. A second colour is used throughout to enhance learning and understanding. Each topic is introduced from first principles so that the text is suitable for students without a prior background in physics. At the same time the book is designed to enable students to proceed easily to subsequent courses in physics and may be used to support such courses. Mathematical methods (in particular, calculus and vector analysis) are introduced within the text as the need arises and are presented in the context of the physical problems which they are used to analyse. Particular aims of the book are to demonstrate to students that the easiest, most concise and least ambiguous way to express and describe phenomena in physics is by using the language of mathematics and that, at this level, the total amount of mathematics required is neither large nor particularly demanding.

Contents: Understanding the Physical Universe; Using Mathematical Tools in Physics; The Causes of Motion: Dynamics; Motion in two and three Dimensions; Force Fields; Many-body Interactions; Rigid Body Dynamics; Relative Motion; Special Relativity; Continuum Mechanics: Mechanical Properties of Materials; Thermal Physics; Wave Motion; Introduction to Quantum Mechanics; Electric Currents; Electric Fields; Magnetic Fields; Electromagnetic Induction: Time-varying emfs; Maxwell’s Equations: Electromagnetic Radiation; Optics; Atomic Physics; Electrons in Solids: Quantum Statistics; Nuclear Physics, Particle Physics and Astrophysics.

‘Modern physics’ topics (relativity and quantum mechanics) are introduced at an earlier stage than is usually found in introductory textbooks and are integrated with the more ‘classical’ material from which they have evolved. This book encourages students to develop an intuition for relativistic and quantum concepts at as early a stage as is practicable. The text takes a reflective approach towards the scientific method at all stages and, in keeping with the title of the text, emphasis is placed on understanding of, and insight into, the material presented. Features: • Each topic will be introduced from first principles so that the text is suitable for students without any prior background in physics. • Comprehensive yet concise introduction to physics covering a wide range of material suitable for teaching core physics. • Provides a foundation required to proceed smoothly to intermediate level courses in physics and engineering. • Includes many worked examples and problems. • A manual for instructors is also available. • Relativity and quantum mechanics are introduced at an early stage. • Mathematical techniques are introduced in the context of the physics they are used to analyse.

9780470746370 698pp November 2010 Pbk £42.50/€51.00

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

5


INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS

NEW!

How Things Work

Introduction to Biological Physics for the Health and Life Sciences KIRSTEN FRANKLIN, PAUL MUIR, TERRY SCOTT, LARA WILCOCKS and PAUL YATES, all of University of Otago, New Zealand This book aims to demystify fundamental biophysics for students in the health and biosciences required to study physics and understand the mechanistic behaviour of biosystems. The text is well supplemented by worked conceptual examples that will constitute the main source for the students, whilst combining conceptual examples and practice problems with more quantitative examples and recent technological advances. Features: • Covers classical physics for a very specific audience – health science majors with no serious background in mathematics and in many cases a limited interest in physics. • Follows standard well-established physics curricula but with an unusual combination of relatively low level and huge breadth, combined with a clear focus on health related examples. • All of the physics presented is motivated by its use in the health sciences, thus explicit, and frequent, reference to health science applications are included. Contents: I Mechanics; II Bulk Materials; III Thermodynamics; V Optics; VI Radiation and Health; VII Appendices. 9780470665930 • 464pp • September 2010 Pbk • £39.95/€51.00

6

The Physics of Everyday Life

The Flying Circus of Physics

4th Edition

2nd Edition

LOUIS A. BLOOMFIELD, The University of Virginia, USA

JEARL WALKER, Cleveland State University, USA

How Things Work uses familiar objects to introduce basic physics concepts, demonstrating the excitement and relevance to professionals in a variety of technical fields. Because its structure is defined by real-life examples, this book explores concepts as they’re needed and then revisits them later on when they reappear in other objects. It integrates case studies throughout the chapters to easily convey an understanding and appreciation for physics. For example, discussions of skating, falling balls, and bumper cars are included to explain the Laws of Motion. Air conditioners and automobiles are used to explore thermodynamics. Engineers, architects, and professionals in other technical fields will benefit from the material that connects science to our everyday world.

Meet a man who can pull two railroad passenger cars with his teeth and a reallife human cannon ball. Come face to face with a dead rattlesnake that still bites. And unlock the secrets of a magician’s bodiless head. Welcome to this updated edition of The Flying Circus of Physics, where death-defying stunts, high-flying acrobatics, strange curiosities, and mind-bending illusions bring to life the fascinating feats of physics in the world around us.

Contents: The Laws of Motion, Part I; The Laws of Motion, Part II; Mechanical Objects, Part I Mechanical Objects Part II; Fluids; Fluids and Motion; Heat and Phase Transitions; Thermodynamics; Resonance and Mechanical Waves; Electricity; Magnetism and Electrodynamics; Electronics; Electromagnetic Waves; Light; Optics; Modern Physics; Appendices A: Vectors; B: Units, Conversion of Units. Resources: WileyPLUS – an online course management system which includes the full online text and integrated resources is available for this book; Instructor Companion Site; Wiley Physics Test Bank on DVD; Lecture PowerPoints; Demonstration “How To’s”; Case Studies; Lab Manual; Student Companion Site. 9780470223994 • 632pp • 2009 • Pbk £42.99/€51.60

In 1977, Wiley published the first edition of Jearl Walker’s The Flying Circus of Physics, which has sold over 100,000 copies and become a cult classic in the physics community. The Flying Circus is a compendium of interesting real world phenomena that can be explained using basic laws of physics. This new edition represents a thorough updating and modernization of the book. The new edition gives us the opportunity to highlight Jearl’s creativity, his communication skills, and his ability to make physics interesting. Contents: Preface; Slipping Between Falling Drops. (Motion); Racing on the Ceiling, Swimming Through Syrup. (Fluids); Hiding Under the Covers, Listening or the Monsters. (Sound); Striking at the Heat in the Night. (Thermal Processes); Ducking First a Roar and Then a Flash. (Electricity and Magnetism); Splashing Colors Everywhere, Like a Rainbow. (Optics); Armadillos Dancing Against a Swollen Moon. (Vision); Index. 9780471762737 • 352pp • 2006 • Pbk £19.99/€24.00

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS

Essentials of Physics

Sciences

University Physics

An Integrated Approach

Revised Edition

JOHN D. CUTNELL and KENNETH W. JOHNSON, both of Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, USA

6th Edition

H. BENSON, Vanier College, Canada

JAMES TREFIL and ROBERT M. HAZEN, both of George Mason University, USA

Benson’s brief, traditional text is intended for calculus-based introductory physics courses for students of science and engineering.

In response to market demands, this textbook provides a streamlined version of Cutnell and Johnson’s market-leading text for the two semester algebra-based physics course. This slimmed-down version retains Cutnell and Johnson’s consistency, dependability, and unparalleled problem solving support for students. Supported by extensive supplemental material for both students and instructors, this text presents students and instructors with an exciting and manageable alternative to traditional texts.

Sciences: An Integrated Approach uses an approach that recognizes that science forms a seamless web of knowledge about the inverse. This text fully integrates physics, chemistry, astronomy, earth sciences, and biology and emphasizes general principles and their application to real- world situations. The goal of the text is to help students achieve scientific literacy. Applauded by students and instructors for its easy-to-read style and detail appropriate for non-science majors, the sixth edition has been thoroughly updated to bring the most up-to-date coverage to the students in all five disciplines.

Contents: Introduction and Mathematical Concepts; Kinematics in One Dimension; Kinematics in Two Dimensions; Forces and Newton’s Laws of Motion; Dynamics of Uniform Circular Motion; Work and Energy; Impulse and Momentum; Rotational Kinematics; Rotational Dynamics; Simple and Harmonic Motion and Elasticity; Fluids; Temperature and Heat; The Transfer of Heat; The Ideal Gas Law and Kinetic Theory; Thermodynamics; Waves and Sound; The Principle of Linear Superposition and Interference Phenomena; Electric Forces and Electric Fields; Electric Potential Energy and the Electric Potential; Electric Circuits; Magnetic Forces and Magnetic Fields; Electromagnetic Induction; Alternating Current Circuits; Electromagnetic Waves; The Reflection of Light: Mirrors; The Refraction of Light: Lenses and Optical Instruments; Interference and the Wave Nature of Light; Special Relativity; Particles and Waves; The Nature of the Atom; Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity; Ionizing Radiation, Nuclear Energy, and Elementary Particles.

Contents: Science: A Way of Knowing; The Ordered Universe; Energy; Heat and the Second Law of Thermodynamics; Electricity and Magnetism; Waves and Electromagnetic radiation; Albert Einstein and the Theory of Relativity; The Atom; Quantum Mechanics; Atoms in Combination: The Chemical Bond; Properties of Materials; The Nucleus of the Atom; The Ultimate Structure of Matter; The Stars; Cosmology; The Earth and Other Planets; Plate Tectonics; Cycles of the Earth; Ecology, Ecosystems and the Environment; Strategies of Life; Molecules of Life; The Living Cell; Classical and Modern Genetics; The New Science of Life; Evolution.

Resources: WileyPLUS – an online course management system which includes the full online text and integrated resources is available for this book.

Resources: WileyPLUS – an online course management system which includes the full online text and integrated resources is available for this book.

9780471713982 • 728pp • 2005 • Hbk Adoption price available on request

9780470505816 • 736pp • January 2010 Pbk • £46.99/€56.40

Great Ideas – Each chapter begins with a statement of a great unifying idea or theme in science so that students immediately grasp the chief concept of the chapter. These statements are intended to provide a framework for placing everyday experiences into a broad context.

Contents: Introduction; Vectors; OneDimensional Kinematics; Inertia and TwoDimensional Motion; Particle Dynamics (I); Particle Dynamics (II); Work and Energy; Conservation of Mechanical Energy; Linear Momentum; Systems of Particles; Rotation of a Rigid Body About a Fixed Axis; Angular Momentum and Statics; Gravitation; Solids and Fluids; Oscillations; Mechanical Waves; Sound; Temperature, Thermal Expansion, and the Ideal Gas Law; First Law of Thermodynamics; Kinetic Theory; Entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics; Electrostatics; The Electric Field; Gauss’s Law; Electric Potential; Capacitors and Dielectrics; Current and Resistance; Direct Current Circuits; The Magnetic Field; Sources of the Magnetic Field; Electromagnetic Induction; Inductance and Magnetic Materials; Alternating Current Circuits; Maxwell’s Equations; Electromagnetic Waves; Light: Reflection and Refraction; Lenses and Optical Instruments; Wave Optics (I); Wave Optics (II); Special Relativity; Early Quantum Theory; Wave Mechanics; Atoms and Solids; Nuclear Physics; Elementary Particles; Appendices; Answers to Odd-Numbered Exercises and Problems. Resources: Solutions Manual, Transparencies, Test Bank. 9780471006893 • 1008pp • 1996 • Pbk £47.99/€57.60 9780471146049 • 420pp • 1996 • Study Guide £46.95/€56.00

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

7


INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS

Physics

General Physics

Physics SI

5th Edition

2nd Edition

3rd Edition

DAVID HALLIDAY (deceased), University of Pittsburgh, Emeritus, USA, ROBERT RESNICK, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA and KENNETH S. KRANE, Oregon State University, USA

M.M. STERNHEIM, University of Massachusetts, USA and J.W. KANE, Digital Equipment Corp, USA

J.W. KANE and M.M. STERNHEIM, both of University of Massachusetts, USA

This is the classic introductory presentation of physics, which since 1960 has served as the model for the majority of books in the field. Contents: VOLUME I: Measurement; Motion in One Dimension; Force and Newton’s Laws; Motion in Two and Three Dimensions; Applications of Newton’s Laws; Momentum; Systems of Particles; Rotational Kinematics; Rotational Dynamics; Angular Momentum; Work and Kinetic Energy; Potential Energy; Conservation of Energy; Gravitation; Fluid Statics; Fluid Dynamics; Oscillations; Wave Motion; Sound Waves; The Special Theory of Relativity; Temperature; Molecular Properties of Gases; The First Law of Thermodynamics; Entropy and The Second Law of Thermodynamics; VOLUME II: Electric Charge and Coulomb’s Law; The Electric Field; Gauss’ Law; Electric Potential Energy and Potential; Electrical Properties of Materials; Capacitance; DC Circuits; The Magnetic Field; The Magnetic Field of a Current; Faraday’s Law of Induction; Magnetic Properties of Matter; Inductance; AC Circuits. Maxwell’s Equations and Electromagnetic Waves; Light Waves; Mirrors and Lenses; Interference; Diffraction; Gratings and Spectra; Polarization; The Nature of Light; The Nature of Matter; Electrons in Atoms; More About Atoms; Electrical Conduction in Solids; Nuclear Physics; Energy from the Nucleus; Particle Physics and Cosmology.

Contents: THE GENERAL LAWS OF MOTION. Motion in a Straight Line. Motion in Two Dimensions. Newton’s Laws of Motions. Statics. Circular Motion. ADDITIONAL TOPICS IN MECHANICS. Work, Energy, and Power. Linear and Angular Momentum. Elastic Properties of Materials. Vibrational Motion. HEAT. Temperature and the Behavior of Gases. Thermodynamics. Thermal Properties of Matter. FLUIDS. The Mechanics of Nonviscous Fluids. Viscous Fluid Flow. Cohesive Forces in Liquids. ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM. Electric Forces, Fields, and Potentials. Direct Currents. Nerve Conduction. Magnetism. Induced Currents and Fields. WAVE MOTION. The Description of Wave Motion. Sound. Wave Properties of Light. Mirrors, Lenses, and Imaging Systems. MODERN PHYSICS. Special Relativity. Particle Properties of Light: The Photon. Wave Properties of Matter. ATOMS AND MOLECULES. Quantum Mechanics and Atomic Structure. The Structure of Matter. THE ATOMIC NUCLEUS. Nuclear Physics. Ionizing Radiation. Appendices. Answers to Odd Numbered Exercises and Problems. Index.

This Third Edition of the popular introduction to physics provides an accessible treatment of the subject appropriate to students from a variety of backgrounds. Presents new material based on recent developments, and includes over 50 new examples and nearly 300 new exercises and problems. Sections covering difficult topics have been rewritten for greater clarity. Includes many examples from the life sciences, chemical systems, and alternative energy sources. To illustrate physics in action, entire chapters are devoted to applications such as nerve conduction, ionizing radiation, and nuclear magnetic resonance. Text is comprehensive and flexible enough to accommodate various non-major students. Each chapter contains a checklist of terms, examples, exercises, and problems.

Resources: Student Study Guide; Student Solutions Manual; Instructor’s Solutions Manual; Test bank.

Contents: THE GENERAL LAWS OF MOTION. Motion in a Straight Line. Motion in Two Dimensions. Newton’s Laws of Motion. Statics. Circular Motion. ADDITIONAL TOPICS IN MECHANICS. Work, Energy, and Power. Linear and Angular Momentum. Elastic Properties of Materials. Vibrational Motion. HEAT. Temperature and the Behavior of Gases. Thermodynamics. Thermal Properties of Matter. FLUIDS. The Mechanics of Nonviscous Fluids. Viscous Fluid Flow. Cohesive Forces in Liquids. ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM. Electric Forces, Fields, and Potentials. Direct Currents. Nerve Conduction. Magnetism. Induced Currents and Fields. WAVE MOTION. The Description of Wave Motion. Sound. Wave Properties of Light. Mirrors, Lenses, and Optical Instruments. Appendices. Answers to Odd-Numbered Exercises and Problems. Index.

Volume One: 9780471320579 • 624pp • 2001 Hbk • Adoption price available on request

9780471638452 • 864pp • 1988 • Pbk £43.99/€52.80

Readership: Introductory physics for undergraduate science students. Supplements: Teacher’s Manual, Test Bank, Professor’s Assistant; Student Solutions & Study Guide. 9780471522782 • 912pp • 1991 • Hbk Adoption price available on request

Volume Two: 9780471401940 • 688pp • 2001 Hbk • Adoption price available on request

8

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS

Classical Mechanics From Newton to Einstein: A Modern Introduction 2nd Edition MARTIN McCALL, Imperial College London, UK

Comprehensive yet concise introduction to classical mechanics and relativity with computational exercises and a key revision notes chapter. Classical Mechanics is a clear introduction to the subject, combining a user-friendly style with an authoritative approach, whilst requiring minimal prerequisite mathematics – only elementary calculus and simple vectors are presumed. The examples given throughout are made accessible through discussion and diagrams. Complete revision summaries will be given at the end of each chapter, together with problems designed to be both illustrative and challenging. Features: • More advanced applications – including gravitational orbits, rigid body dynamics and mechanics in rotating frames. • This edition includes a new chapter on computational dynamics. • The author focuses on the fundamentals of mechanics and special relativity. Contents: Newton’s Laws; One-dimensional Motion; Oscillatory Motion; Two-body Dynamics; Relativity 1: Space and Time; Relativity 2: Energy and Momentum; Gravitational Orbits; Rigid Body Dynamics; Rotating Frames; Appendices; Index. 9780470715727 • 250pp • September 2010 Pbk • £37.50/€45.00

Matter and Interactions 3rd Edition RUTH W. CHABAY and BRUCE A. SHERWOOD, both of North Carolina State University, USA

A modern approach to physics that integrates computational physics. The third edition provides practicing physicists with the fundamental principles that underlie the behavior of matter while presenting a modern integration of 20th Century physics. Emphasis is placed on constructing and using physical models. Serious computer modeling is introduced in the beginning to help build a strong foundation on the use of this important tool. Features: • End-of-chapter problems delve into experiments using simple equipment to gain insight into deep scientific issues. ‘Stop and Think’ questions are also included to engage physicists in the material. • More exercises and problems at the end of each chapter, including more numerical examples to complement the symbolic ones. • New section on geometric optics. Contents: Interactions and Motion; The Momentum Principle: Impulse and Momentum Change; The Momentum Principle: Non-constant Forces; Contact Forces and the Momentum Principle; The Energy Principle; Energy in Macroscopic Systems; Energy Quantization; Multiparticle Systems; Collisions; Angular Momentum; Entropy: Limits on the Possible; Gases and Engines. 9780470503478 • 1128pp • March 2010 Pbk • £59.99/€72.00

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

9


FIELDS, WAVES, OPTICS & ACOUSTICS

Vibrations and Waves GEORGE KING, University of Manchester, UK

An essential introduction to a core area of physics, written with todays students in mind and emphasising physical principles rather than mathematics. An introductory text where the mathematics is kept as clear as possible, with elegant mathematical descriptions where possible. Designed to provide a logical development of the subject, the book is divided into two sections, vibrations followed by waves. Features: • The text includes many examples, frequently drawn from everyday life, along with more cutting-edge ones. • Emphasizes the physical principles, placing the physics before the mathematics. • Each chapter includes problems ranging in difficulty from simple to challenging. • More advanced material is included in optional sections marked with an asterisk. Contents: Simple Harmonic Motion; The Damped Harmonic Oscillator; Forced Oscillations; Coupled Oscillators; Travelling Waves; Standing Waves; Interference and Diffraction of Waves; The Dispersion of Waves. Appendix: Solutions to Problems. Series: The Manchester Physics Series. 9780470011898 • 242pp • 2009 • Pbk £29.95/€36.00

10

The Physics of Vibrations and Waves

Fundamentals of Acoustics

6th Edition

L.E. KINSLER, A.R. FREYA and J.V. SANDERS, all of Naval Postgraduate School, USA and A.B. COPPENS, North Carolina, USA

H.J. PAIN, formerly of Imperial College, London, UK The latest edition has been thoroughly revised and redesigned to give it a more contemporary look. New material has been included on electron waves in solids; convolutions and their application to optical problems; and the role of photons. As with earlier editions, the text includes a large number of problems, with hints on how to solve them. The Physics of Vibrations and Waves, 6th Edition will prove invaluable for students taking a first full course in the subject across a variety of disciplines particularly physics, engineering and mathematics. Contents: Introduction to First Edition. Introduction to Second Edition. Introduction to Third Edition. Introduction to Fourth Edition. Introduction to Fifth Edition. Introduction to Sixth Edition. Simple Harmonic Motion; Damped Simple Harmonic Motion; The Forced Oscillator; Coupled Oscillations; Transverse Wave Motion; Longitudinal Waves; Waves on Transmission Lines; Electromagnetic Waves; Waves in More than One Dimension; Fourier Methods; Waves in Optical Systems; Interference and Diffraction; Wave Mechanics; Non-linear Oscillations and Chaos; Non-linear Waves, Shocks and Solitons. Appendix 1: Normal Modes, Phase Space and Statistical Physics. Appendix 2: Kirchhoff’s Integral Theorem. Appendix 3: Non-Linear Schroedinger Equation. Index.

4th Edition

This text is designed for a one semester graduate level course in acoustics. It presents the physical and mathematical concepts related to the generation, transmission and reception of acoustic waves, covering the basic physics foundations as well as the engineering aspects of the discipline. This revision keeps the same strong pedagogical tradition as the previous editions by this well-known author team. Contents: Fundamentals of Vibration; Transverse Motion – The Vibrating String; Vibration of Bars; The Two-Dimensional Wave Equation: Vibrations of Membranes and Plates; The Acoustic Wave Equation and Simple Solutions; Reflection and Transmission; Radiation and Reception of Acoustic Waves; Absorption and Attenuation of Sound; Cavities and Waveguides; Pipes, Resonators and Filters; Noise, Signal Detection, Hearing and Speech; Architectural Acoustics; Environmental Acoustics; Transduction; Underwater Acoustics; Selected Non-linear Acoustic Effects; Shock Waves and Explosions. 9780471847892 • 560pp • 2000 • Hbk £47.99/€57.60

9780470012963 • 576pp • 2005 • Pbk £39.99/€48.00

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


FIELDS, WAVES, OPTICS & ACOUSTICS

NEW!

Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing A Practical Approach Using Matlab CHRIS SOLOMON, University of Kent, UK and TOBY BRECKON, Cranfield University, UK

A comprehensive resource that includes a complimentary website, providing both students and researchers alike with the perfect introductory companion to image processing. Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing is an introductory text on the science of image processing and employs the Matlab programming language to illustrate some of the elementary, key concepts in modern image processing and pattern recognition drawing on specific examples from within science, medicine and electronics. The authors intention is to provide a comprehensive introduction to some of the key concepts and techniques of modern image processing and to offer a framework within which these concepts can be understood by a series of well chosen examples, exercises and computer experiments.

Classical Electrodynamics

Electromagnetism

3rd Edition

I.S. GRANT and W.R. PHILLIPS, both of University of Manchester, UK

JOHN DAVID JACKSON, Emeritus, University of California, Berkeley, USA A revision of the defining text covering the physics and classical mathematics necessary to understand electromagnetic fields in materials and at surfaces and interfaces. This third edition has been revised to address the changes in emphasis and applications that have occurred in the past twenty years. Contents: Introduction to Electrostatics; Boundary-Value Problems in Electrostatics: I; Boundary-Value Problems in Electrostatics: II; Multipoles, Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media, Dielectrics; Magnetostatics, Faraday’s Law, Quasi-Static Fields; Maxwell Equations, Macroscopic Electromagnetism, Conservation Laws; Plane Electromagnetic Waves and Wave Propagation; Wave Guides, Resonant Cavities, and Optical Fibers; Radiating Systems, Multipole Fields and Radiation; Scattering and Diffraction; Special Theory of Relativity; Dynamics of Relativistic Particles and Electromagnetic Fields; Collisions, Energy Loss, and Scattering of Charged Particles, Cherenkov and Transition Radiation; Radiation by Moving Charges; Bremsstrahlung, Method of Virtual Quanta, Radiative Beta Processes; Radiation Dumping, Classical Methods of Charged Particles; Appendix on Units and Dimensions.

2nd Edition

Suitable for a general course on electromagnetism for physics students, the material in this book is arranged to allow considerable flexibility in its use for courses of different length and structure. Modern examples throughout illustrate how the laws of electromagnetism are applied to practical problems. Contents: Force and Energy in Electrostatics; Dielectrics; Electrostatic Field Calculations, Steady Currents and Magnetic Fields; Magnetic Materials; Electromagnetic Induction and Magnetic Energy; Alternating Currents and Transients; Linear Circuits; Transmission Lines; Maxwell’s Equations; Electromagnetic Waves; Waveguides; The Generation of Electromagnetic Waves; Electromagnetism and Special Relativity; Solutions to Problems. Readership: This book is for an introductory undergraduate course in electromagnetism. Series: The Manchester Physics Series. 9780471927129 • 542pp • 1990 • Pbk £32.50/€39.00

9780471309321 • 832pp • 1998 • Hbk Adoption price available on request

Contents: Representation; Formation; Pixels; Enhancement; Fourier Transforms and Frequency-domain Processing; Image Restoration; Geometry; Morphological Processing; Features; Image Segmentation; Classification; Further Reading; Index. 9780470844731 • 344pp • December 2010 Pbk • £37.50/€45.00

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

11


MODERN PHYSICS

Dynamics and Relativity

Quantum Mechanics

Particle Physics

JEFFREY FORSHAW and GAVIN SMITH, both of University of Manchester, UK

Concepts and Applications

BRIAN R. MARTIN, University College London and GRAHAM P. SHAW, University of Manchester, UK

2nd Edition An introductory text that emphasises physical principles behind classical mechanics and relativity, rather than the mathematics. Relevant mathematics is introduced and carefully developed as needed, and within a physics context. Designed to provide a logical development of the subject, the book is divided into four sections, introductory material on dynamics, and special relativity, is then followed by more advanced coverage of dynamics and special relativity. This structure enables the book to be suitable for both first and second year courses, for sections to be readily used out of order, making it ideal for ‘dipping’ into and for revision. Features: • Each chapter includes problems ranging in difficulty from simple to challenging. • Includes hints for solving problems. • Numerous worked examples included throughout the book. • Mathematics is carefully explained and developed within a physics environment. • Sensitive to topics that can appear daunting or confusing. Contents: Space, Time and Motion; Force, Momentum and Newton’s Laws; Energy; Angular Momentum; II. Introductory Special Relativity; The Need for a New Theory of Space and Time; Relativistic Kinematics; Relativistic Energy and Momentum II; III Advanced Dynamics; Non-Inertial Frames; Gravitation; Rigid Body Motion; IV. Advanced Special Relativity; The Symmetries of Space and Time; Four-Vectors and Lorentz Invariants; Space-Time Diagrams and Causality; Acceleration and General Relativity.

NOUREDINE ZETTILI, Jacksonville State University, USA This text provides a clear, balanced and modern introduction to the subject. Written with the student’s background and ability in mind the book takes an innovative approach to quantum mechanics by combining the essential elements of the theory with the practical applications. Carefully structured, the book starts with the experimental basis of quantum mechanics and then discusses its mathematical tools. Subsequent chapters cover the formal foundations of the subject, the exact solutions of the Schrödinger equation for one and three dimensional potentials, time-independent and time-dependent approximation methods, and finally, the theory of scattering. The text is richly illustrated throughout with many worked examples and numerous problems with step-by-step solutions designed to help the reader master the machinery of quantum mechanics. The new edition will be completely updated and include new material on Bell’s Theorem and Dirac’s relativistic equation. Contents: Preface; Origins of Quantum Physics; Mathematical Tools of Quantum Mechanics; Postulates of Quantum Mechanics; One-Dimensional Problems; Angular Momentum; Three-Dimensional Problems; Rotations and Addition of Angular Momenta; Identical Particles; Time-Dependent Perturbation Theory; Scattering Theory.

3rd Edition

Particle Physics: Third Edition is a revision of a highly regarded introduction to particle physics. In its two previous editions this book has proved to be an accessible and balanced introduction to modern particle physics, suitable for those students needing a more comprehensive introduction to the subject than provided by the ‘compendium’ style physics books. In the Third Edition the standard model of particle physics is carefully developed whilst unnecessary mathematical formalism is avoided where possible. Emphasis is placed on the interpretation of experimental data in terms of the basic properties of quarks and leptons. Contents: Suggested First Course; Editors’ Preface to the Manchester Physics Series; Authors’ Preface; Notes; Some Basic Concepts; Leptons and the Weak Interaction; Quarks and Hadrons; Experimental Methods; Space-Time Symmetries; The Quark Model; Qcd, Jets and Gluons; Weak Interactions: Quarks and Leptons; Weak Interactions: Electroweak Unification; Discrete Symmetries: C, P, Cp and Cpt Beyond the Standard Model; Relativistic Kinematics; Amplitudes and Cross-Sections; The Isospin Formalism; Gauge Theories; Tables of Particle Properties; Solutions to Problems; Index; Physical Constants and Conversation Factors. 9780470032947 • 460pp • 2008 • Pbk £34.95/€42.00

9780470026793 • 688pp • 2009 • Pbk £39.95/€48.00

9780470014608 • 338pp • 2009 • Pbk £29.95/€36.00

12

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


MODERN PHYSICS

Modern Physics

Quantum Physics

2nd Edition

3rd Edition

K. KRANE, Oregon State University, USA

STEPHEN GASIOROWICZ, University of Minnesota, USA

Contents: Introduction; The Special Theory of Relativity; The Particle-like Properties of Electromagnetic Radiation; The Wavelike Properties of Particles; The Schrodinger Equation; The RutherfordBohr Model of the Atom; The Hydrogen Atom in Wave Mechanics; Many-Electron Atoms; Molecular Structure; Statistical Physics; Solid State Physics; Nuclear Structure and Radioactivity; Nuclear Reactions; Elementary Particles; Astrophysics and General Relativity; Cosmology: The Origin and Fate of the Universe.

Since the publication of the first edition over 35 years ago, Quantum Physics has been one of the standard quantum mechanics texts for undergraduate physics majors. Its hallmarks are clear, concise exposition and a balance of theory and applications.

Readership: This text is aimed at undergraduate students who need a thorough introduction to modern physics at an early stage. 9780471828723 • 608pp • 1995 • Hbk Adoption price available on request

Contents: The Emergence of Quantum Physics; Wave-Particle Duality, Probability and the Schrodinger Equation; Eigenvalues, Eigenfunctions and the Expansion Postulate; One Dimensional Potentials; The General Structure of Wave Mechanics; Operator Methods in Quantum Mechanics; Angular Momentum; The Schrodinger Equation in Three Dimensions and the Hydrogen Atom; Matrix Representation of Operators; Spin; Time-Independent Perturbation Theory; The Real Hydrogen Atom; ManyParticle Systems; About Atoms and Molecules; Time Dependent Perturbation Theory; The Interaction of Charged Particles with the Electromagnetic Field; Radiative Decays; Selected Topics on Radiation; Collision Theory; Entanglement and its Implications. Readership: Undergraduate Introductory text. Our most gentle introduction to the subject.

Introduction to Quantum Mechanics A.C. PHILLIPS, University of Manchester, UK This text provides students with a concise, modern introduction to the essentials of quantum mechanics. Assuming little in the way of prior knowledge, necessary background material on classical mechanics is introduced where needed, and mathematical arguments are carefully introduced and presented in their simplest form. The book provides an understanding of the power and elegance of quantum mechanics and will give the reader a good foundation on which to access and understand the more advanced and theoretical aspects of this exciting subject. Contents: Planck’s Constant in Action; The Schrodinger Equation; Position and Momentum; Energy and Time; Square Wells and Barriers; The Harmonic Oscillator; Observables and Operators; Angular Momentum; The Hydrogen Atom; Identical Particles; Atom; Hints to Selected Prolems; Physical Constants and Conversion Factors. Series: The Manchester Physics Series. 9780470853245 • 282pp • 2003 • Pbk £29.95/€36.00

9780471057000 • 352pp • 2003 • Hbk £44.99/€54.00

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

13


MODERN PHYSICS

Statistical Physics 2nd Edition F. MANDL, University of Manchester, UK Statistical Physics, Second Edition develops a unified treatment of statistical mechanics and thermodynamics, which emphasises the statistical nature of the laws of thermodynamics and the atomic nature of matter. Prominence is given to the Gibbs distribution, leading to a simple treatment of quantum statistics and of chemical reactions. Undergraduate students of physics and related sciences will find this a stimulating account of the basic physics and its applications. Only an elementary knowledge of kinetic theory and atomic physics, as well as the rudiments of quantum theory, are presupposed for an understanding of this book. Contents: The First Law of Thermodynamics; The Second Law of Thermodynamics I; Paramagnetism; The Second Law of Thermodynamics II; Simple Thermodynamic Systems; The Heat Capacity of Solids; The Perfect Classical Gas; Phase Equilibria; The Perfect Quantal Gas; Black-body Radiation; Systems with Variable Particle Numbers; Mathematical Results; The Density of States; Magnetic Systems; Hints for Solving Problems; Bibliography; Index. Series: The Manchester Physics Series. 9780471915331 • 402pp • 1988 • Pbk £32.50/€39.00

Quantum Physics of Atoms, Molecules, Solids, Nuclei and Particles 2nd Edition R. EISBERG, University of California, USA and R. RESNICK, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA Contents: Thermal Radiation and Planck’s Postulate; Photons – Particlelike Properties of Radiation; De Broglie’s Postulate – Wavelike Properties of Particles; Bohr’s Model of the Atom; Schroedinger’s Theory of Quantum Mechanics; Solutions of Time-Independent Schroedinger’s Equations; One-Electron Atoms; Magnetic Dipole Moments, Spin and Transition Rates; Multielectron Atoms – Ground States and X-Ray Excitations; Multielectron Atoms – Optical Excitations; Quantum Statistics; Molecules; Solids – Conductors and Semiconductors; Solids – Superconductors and Magnetic Properties; Nuclear Models; Nuclear Decay and Nuclear Reactions; Introduction to Elementary Particles; More Elementary Particles; Appendices. Supplements: Solutions Manual. 9780471873730 • 864pp • 1985 • Hbk Adoption price available on request

Quantum Field Theory 2nd Edition FRANZ MANDL and GRAHAM SHAW, both of University of Manchester, UK Following on from the successful first (1984) and revised (1993) editions, this extended and revised text is designed as a short and simple introduction to quantum field theory for final year physics students and for postgraduate students beginning research in theoretical and experimental particle physics. Features: • This timely revision of a classic text includes vital new coverage on QCD, path integrals, and renormalization group. • Carefully structured, introducing mathematical formalism from first principles. Brief Contents: Photons and the Electromagnetic Field; Lagrangian Field Theory; The Klein–Gordon field; The Dirac Field; Photons: Covariant Theory; The S-Matrix Expansion; Feynman Diagrams and Rules in QED; QED Processes in Lowest Order; Radiative Corrections; Regularization; Gauge Theories; Field Theory Methods; Path Integrals; Quantum Chromodynamics; Asymptotic Freedom; Weak Interactions; A Gauge Theory of Weak Interactions; Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking; The Standard Electroweak Theory. 9780471496847 • 492pp • April 2010 • Pbk £34.95/€42.00

14

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


NUCLEAR PHYSICS

Nuclear and Particle Physics

Introductory Nuclear Physics

Nuclear Physics

An Introduction

K. KRANE, Oregon State University, USA

JOHN LILLEY, University of Manchester, UK

This comprehensive text provides an introduction to basic nuclear physics, including nuclear decays and reactions and nuclear structure, while covering the essential areas of basic research and practical applications. Its emphasis on phenomonology and the results of real experiments distinguish this from all other texts available. Discussions of theory are reinforced with examples which illustrate and apply the theoretical formulism, thus aiding students in their reading and analysis of current literature. The text is designed to provide a core of material for students with minimal background in mathematics or quantum theory and offers more sophisticated material in separate sections.

Nuclear Physics is broadly divided into two parts. The first part is a general introduction to nuclear physics, whilst the second part concentrates on the applications, such as nuclear energy, nuclear radiation, and nuclear medicine. Written from an experimental point of view, there are many practical examples, and problems. Although complex mathematical treatments are avoided, derivations of formulae are given as necessary, but with a minimum of mathematical complexity.

Principles and Applications

2nd Edition BRIAN R. MARTIN, University College London, UK Nuclear and Particle Physics: An Introduction, Second Edition provides an accessible, balanced introduction to nuclear and particle physics and provides a readable and up-to-date overview of both the theoretical and experimental aspects of the topic. The emphasis is on the phenomenological approach to understanding experimental phenomena. The text opens with an introduction to the basic concepts used in nuclear and particle physics and then moves on to describe their respective phenomenologies and experimental methods. Later chapters explore the interpretation of data via models and theories, including the standard model of particle physics, and the liquid drop model and shell model of nuclear physics. Several applications of nuclear physics are discussed, including nuclear medicine and the production of power from fusion and fission. The book closes with a chapter on outstanding problems, including extensions to the standard model, implications for particle astrophysics, improvements in medical imaging and the prospects for power production. Problems are provided at the end of each chapter and an Appendix of full solutions within the text. Contents: Basic Concepts; Nuclear Phenomenology; Particle Phenomenology; Experimental Methods; Quark Dynamics: The Strong Interaction; Weak Interactions and Electroweak Unification; Models and Theories of Nuclear Physics; Applications of Nuclear Physics; Outstanding Questions and Future Prospects; Appendices; Some Results in Quantum Mechanics; Relativistic Kinematics; Rutherford Scattering; Gauge Theories; Data; Solutions to Problems.

Contents: BASIC NUCLEAR STRUCTURE. Basic Concepts. Elements of Quantum Mechanics. Nuclear Properties. The Force Between Nucleons. Nuclear Models. NUCLEAR DECAY AND RADIOACTIVITY. Radioactive Decay. Detecting Nuclear Radiations. Alpha Decay. Beta Decay. Gamma Decay. NUCLEAR REACTIONS. Nuclear Reactions. Neutron Physics. Nuclear Fission. Nuclear Fusion. Accelerators. EXTENSION AND APPLICATIONS. Nuclear Spins and Moments. Meson Physics. Particle Physics. Nuclear Astrophysics. Applications of Nuclear Physics. Supplements: Solutions Manual. 9780471805533 • 864pp • 1987 • Hbk £48.99/€58.80

Features: • Covers the basic theory, but emphasises the many and important applications. • Each chapter will include a variety of examples, and problems, and the hints to solving these are included in the appendix. • Avoids complex and extensive mathematical treatments. • Carefully written and structured, to allow flexibility in use to match a wide variety of course needs and requirements. Contents: PART 1: INTRODUCTION TO NUCLEAR PHYSICS; Introduction and Basic Concepts; Structure of Nuclei; Radioactive Decay; Nuclear Reactions. PART 2: APPLICATIONS OF NUCLEAR PHYSICS; Interaction of Radiation with Matter; Detectors and Instrumentation; Biological Effects of Radiation; Nuclear Fission; Energy from Fission; Nuclear Fusion; Nuclear Radiation for Analysis and Medicine; Appendix. Series: The Manchester Physics Series. 9780471979364 • 412pp • 2001 • Pbk £32.50/€39.00

9780470742754 • 454pp • 2009 • Pbk £34.95/€42.00

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

15


SOLID-STATE PHYSICS & SEMICONDUCTORS Introduction to Solid State Physics 8th Edition CHARLES KITTEL, University of California-Berkeley, USA Since the publication of the first edition over 50 years ago, Introduction to Solid State Physics has been the standard solid state physics text for physics majors. The author’s goal from the beginning has been to write a book that is accessible to undergraduates and consistently teachable. The emphasis in the book has always been on physics rather than formal mathematics. With each new edition, the author has added important new developments in the field without sacrificing the book’s accessibility and teachability. New to this edition: • A very important chapter on nanophysics has been written by an active worker in the field, Professor Paul L. McEuen of Cornell University. This field is the liveliest addition to solid state science during the past ten years. 9780471415268 • 704pp • 2004 Hbk • Adoption price available on request

• The crystallographic notation conforms with current usage in physics. Important equations in the body of the text are repeated in SI and CGS-Gaussian units, where these differ. Contents: Crystal Structure; Wave Diffraction and the Reciprocal Lattice; Crystal Binding and Elastic Constants; Phonons I. Crystal Vibrations; Phonons II. Thermal Properties; Free Electron Fermi Gas; Energy Bands; Semiconductor Crystals; Fermi Surfaces and Metals; Superconductivity; Diamagnetism and Paramagnetism; Ferromagnetism and Antiferromagnetism; Magnetic Resonance; Plasmons, Polaritons, and Polarons; Optical Processes and Excitons; Dielectrics and Ferroelelectrics; Surface and Interface Physics; Nanostructures; Noncrystalline Solids; Point Defects; Dislocations; Alloys. Resources: Instructor’s Solution Manual.

Solid State Physics 2nd Edition J.R. HOOK and H.E. HALL, both of University of Manchester, UK This text is designed as a first undergraduate course in solid state physics. A key objective has been to present the basic concepts in easily acceptable contexts. For example, wave propagation in crystals is introduced using one- and two- dimensional geometries. Recent important developments are discussed, such as low-dimensional systems, quasicrystals, high temperature superconductors, and the use of electrons to study surfaces. A chapter on dielectrics and ferroelectrics has been added. Problems are provided with solutions at the end.

9780471928058 • 496pp • 1991 Pbk • £32.50/€39.00

Contents: Crystal Structure; Crystal Dynamics; Free Electrons in Metals; The Effect of the Periodic Lattice Potential-Energy Bands; Semiconductors; Semiconductor Devices; Diamagnetism and Paramagnetism; Magnetic Order; Electric Properties of Insulators; Superconductors; Waves in Crystals; Scattering of Electrons and Neutrons; Fermi Surfaces; Interactions Between Electrons; Low Dimensional Systems; Appendices; Solutions. SERIES: The Manchester Physics Series.

16

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSICS Mid-Latitude Atmospheric Dynamics A First Course JONATHAN E. MARTIN, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA This exciting text provides a mathematically rigorous yet accessible textbook that is primarily aimed at atmospheric science students. Its accessibility is due to the texts emphasis on conceptual understanding. The first five chapters constitute a companion text to introductory courses covering the dynamics of the midlatitude atmosphere. The final four chapters constitute a more advanced course, and provide insights into the diagnostic power of the quasi-geostrophic approximation of the equations outlined in the previous chapters, the meso-scale dynamics of the frontal zone, the alternative PV perspective for cyclone interpretation, and the dynamics of the life-cycle of mid-latitude cyclones. Features: 9780470864654 • 336pp • 2006 Pbk • £32.50/€39.00

• Real weather examples and global case studies. • Each chapter sets out clear learning objectives and tests students’ knowledge with concluding questions and answers. Contents: Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction and Review of Mathematical Tools; Fundamental and Apparent Forces; Mass, Momentum, and Energy: The Fundamental Quantities of the Physical World; Applications of the Equations of Motion; Circulation, Vorticity, and Divergence; The Diagnosis of Mid-Latitude Synoptic-Scale Vertical Motions; The Vertical Circulation at Fronts; Dynamical Aspects of the Life Cycle of the Mid-Latitude Cyclone; Potential Vorticity and Applications to Mid-Latitude Weather Systems; Appendix A: Virtual Temperature; Bibliography; Index.

Field Geophysics 3rd Edition J. MILSOM, University College London, UK This handy pocket-sized book provides practical information and assistance to anyone engaged in small-scale surveys on the ground. Contents: Preface to the First Edition. Preface to the Second Edition. Preface to the Third Edition; Introduction; Gravity Method; Magnetic Method; Radiometric Surveys; Electric Current Methods – General Considerations; Resistivity Methods; SP and IP; Electromagnetic Methods; VLF and CSAMT/MT; Ground Penetrating Radar; Seismic Methods – General Considerations; Seismic Reflection; Seismic Refraction; Appendix: Terrain Corrections for Hammer Zones B to M; Bibliography; Index.

9780470843475 • 244pp • 2002 Pbk • £22.50/€27.00

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

17


ASTRONOMY

Introduction to Astronomy and Cosmology

An Introduction to Modern Cosmology

The Physics of Stars

2nd Edition

2nd Edition

IAN MORISON, Manchester University, UK

ANDREW LIDDLE, University of Sussex, UK

A.C. PHILLIPS, University of Manchester, UK

Introduction to Astronomy and Cosmology is a modern, balanced undergraduate textbook, combining both the theory behind astronomy with the very latest developments. Written for science students, this book takes a carefully developed scientific approach to this dynamic subject. Every major concept will be accompanied by a worked example. There will be plenty of problems ranging from simple to more stretching.

An Introduction to Modern Cosmology, Second Edition is an accessible account of modern cosmological ideas. The Big Bang Cosmology is explored, looking at its observational successes in explaining the expansion and age of the universe, the existence and properties of the cosmic microwave background, and the origin of the light elements in the universe. The Second Edition includes additional material on observational cosmology and structure formation.

The Physics of Stars, Second Edition is a concise introduction to the properties of stellar interiors and consequently the structure and evolution of stars. Strongly emphasising the basic physics, simple and uncomplicated theoretical models are used to illustrate clearly the connections between fundamental physics and stellar properties.

Features:

Published review of the First Edition:

• End of chapter problems with a full set of hints for their solutions provided at the end of the book. • An accessible and carefully structured introduction, not too mathematically demanding, to this dynamic subject. • Includes coverage of the very latest developments such as double pulsars and the dark galaxy. • Based on the University of Manchester course, successfully run by the author for many years. • Beautifully illustrated in full colour throughout. • Website with many additional full colour images, content, and latest developments. Contents: Astronomy, An Observational Science; Our Solar System I: The Sun; Our Solar System II – The Planets; Extrasolar Planets; Observing the Universe; The Properties of Stars; Stellar Evolution – The Life and Death of Stars; Galaxies and the Large Scale Structure of the Universe. 9780470033340 • 360pp • 2008 • Pbk £32.50/€39.00

“...one of the clearest introductions to cosmology on the market.” CONTEMPORARY PHYSICS

Contents: Preface; Constants Conversion Factors and Symbols; A (Very) Brief History of Cosmological Ideas; Observational Overview; Newtonian Gravity; The Geometry of the Universe; Simple Cosmological Models; Observational Parameters; The Cosmological Constant; The Age of the Universe; The Density of the Universe and Dark Matter; The Cosmic Microwave Background; The Early Universe; Nucleosynthesis: The Origin of the Light Elements; The Inflationary Universe; The Initial Singularity; Overview: The Standard Cosmological Model; Advanced Topic: General Relativistic Cosmology; Advanced Topic: Classic Cosmology: Distances and Luminosities; Advanced Topic: Neutrino Cosmology; Advanced Topic: Baryogenesis; Advanced Topic: Structures in the Universe; Bibliography; Numerical answers and hints to problems; Index.

Beginning with an introduction to astrophysical concepts using elementary physics, the text then moves on to cover stellar properties in terms of more advanced physical ideas all of which are carefully explained before they are applied. This text does not intend to be encyclopaedic, rather it tends to focus on the most interesting and important aspects of stellar structure, evolution and nucleosynthesis. Contents: Basic Concepts in Astrophysics; Properties of Matter and Radiation; Heat Transfer in Stars; Thermonuclear Fusion in Stars; Stellar Structure; The End-Points of Stellar Evolution; Helioseismology; Hints to Selected Problems; Bibliography; Index. Series: The Manchester Physics Series. 9780471987987 • 262pp • 1999 • Pbk £32.50/€39.00

Readership: 3rd and 4th year undergraduates and postgraduates in physics and astronomy taking a first course in cosmology. 9780470848357 • 200pp • 2003 • Pbk £19.99/€24.00

18

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY

Chemistry ALLAN BLACKMAN, University of Otago, New Zealand, STEVE BOTTLE, Queensland University of Technology, Australia, SIEBERT SCHMID, University of Sydney, Australia, MAURO MOCERINO, Curtin University of Technology, Australia and UTA WILLE, University of Melbourne, Australia

A fresh approach to the presentation of chemistry...

Chemistry has been developed to meet the content needs of a first year chemistry course. It presents the appropriate balance of organic, inorganic and physical chemistry in an integrated single volume, providing lecturers with all the material they need to successfully lead their students through their first year of chemistry. Throughout the text the authors focus on the core chemistry concepts, and feature many interesting and relevant research and chemical applications to give students a sense of the excitement and huge potential that a career in chemistry can offer them. Features: • A comprehensive, market reviewed single volume text. Ten chapters of organic chemistry ensure sufficient material for complete coverage at the first-year level.

Contents: The Atom; The Language of Chemistry; Chemical Reactions and Stoichiometry; Atomic Energy Levels; Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure; Gases; Condensed Phases Liquids and Solids; Chemical Thermodynamics; Chemical Equilibria; Solutions and Solubility; Acids and Bases Oxidation and Reduction; Coordination Chemistry; Reaction Kinetics; The Chemistry of Carbon; Chirality; Haloalkanes; Alcohols, Amines and Related Compounds; Spectroscopy; Aldehydes and Ketones; Carbohydrates; Carboxylic Acids and their Derivatives; Amino Acids and Proteins; The Chemistry of DNA; Polymers; Nuclear Chemistry.

• SI units and IUPAC conventions used throughout the entire text. • Rich student media available for all chapters in either Blackboard or WebCT format. Resources: WileyPLUS; Instructor’s Website; Solutions Manual; PowerPoint Presentation; Test Bank; Text Images CD-ROM. WileyPLUS is a web-based application that assists instructors in preparing for classes and lectures and automates the process of assigning and grading homework. The power of WileyPLUS is that each problem is linked to the relevant section of the interactive book. It allows students to complete their homework online and receive instant feedback on their work.

9780470810866 1144pp 2007 Pbk £46.99/€56.40

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

19


INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY NEW EDITION!

Introduction to General, Organic, and Biochemistry 10th Edition MORRIS HEIN, Mount San Antonio College, USA, SCOTT PATTISON, Ball State University, USA and SUSAN ARENA, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA Intended for use in the two-term, undergraduate General, Organic, and Biochemistry course taken by Allied Health students, the Tenth Edition of this widely adopted text includes improved explanations, updated materials, cutting-edge developments, emerging technologies, and revisions to the popular Chemistry in Action sections. Hein, Pattison and Arena is a market-proven text that provides the most comprehensive coverage of general, organic, and biochemistry available at this level.

9780470598801 • 1120pp February 2011 • Hbk Adoption price available on request

Experienced authors, Hein, Pattison and Arena, recognize that both science and mathematics can be daunting subjects to students. They skillfully anticipate areas of difficulty and pace the text accordingly. Particular emphasis is placed on the understanding of how chemical principles relate to their lives and future careers. The authors focus on problem solving over rote memorization and provide a variety of exercises to aid in the development of this essential skill. Brief Contents: An Introduction to Chemistry; Standards for Measurement; Elements and Compounds; Properties of Matter; Early Atomic Theory and Structure; Nomenclature of Inorganic Compounds; Quantitative Composition of Compounds; Chemical Equations; Calculations from Chemical Equations; Modern Atomic Theory and the Periodic Table; Chemical Bonds: The Formation of Compounds from Atoms; The Gaseous State of Matter; Properties of Liquids; Solutions; Acids, Bases, and Salts; Chemical Equilibrium; Oxidation-Reduction; Nuclear Chemistry; Organic Chemistry: Saturated Hydrocarbons; Unsaturated Hydrocarbons; Polymers: Macromolecules; Alcohols, Ethers, Phenols, and Thiols; Aldehydes and Ketones; Carboxylic Acids and Esters; Amides and Amines: Organic Nitrogen Compounds; Stereoisomerism; Carbohydrates; Lipids; Amino Acids, Polypeptides, and Proteins; Enzymes; Nucleic Acids and Heredity; Nutrition; Bioenergetics; Carbohydrate Metabolism; Metabolism of Lipids and Proteins.

NEW EDITION!

Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter 6th Edition JAMES E BRADY (retired), NEIL D. JESPERSEN and ALISON HYSLOP all of St. John’s University, USA

9780470646175 • 1224pp February 2011 • Pbk £49.99/€60.00

Chemistry, Sixth Edition provides the necessary practice, support and individualized instruction that ensures success in the General Chemistry course. This text provides the forum for problem solving and concept mastery of chemical phenomena that leads to proficiency and success in the General Chemistry course. This edition will continue a “molecular basis of chemistry” tradition, but in a manner that overtly and repeatedly reinforces the way properties at the molecular level are related to properties we observe at the macroscopic level. The unique “chemical tools” approach employed in this book provides a way of thinking that helps those readers develop the ability to analyze and solve both mathematical and conceptual problems. This text follows the successful three-step approach described as “ANALYSIS,” “SOLUTION” and “IS THE ANSWER REASONABLE?” This encourages the reader to think about the problem before attempting to solve it, then working through the solution, and finally asking the important question “Does the answer make sense?” There are problem sets called “Bringing it Together” that contain problems which require readers to bring together concepts from two or more of the preceding chapters. This reinforces learned concepts and builds concept mastery. Brief Contents: Chemistry and the Atomic/Molecular View of Matter; Scientific Measurements; Elements, Compounds, and Chemical Reactions; The Mole and Stoichiometry; Molecular View of Reactions in Aqueous Solutions; Oxidation-Reduction (RedOx) Reactions; Energy and Chemical Change; The Quantum Mechanical Atom; The Basics of Chemical Bonding; Theories of Bonding and Structure; Properties of Gases; Liquids, Solids, and Intermolecular Forces; Mixtures at the Molecular Level: Properties of Solutions; Chemical Kinetics; Chemical Equilibrium: Acids and Bases, A Molecular Look; Chemical Equilibrium: Weak Acids and Bases; Solubility & Simultaneous Equilibria; Thermodynamics; Electrochemistry; Nuclear Chemistry; Metal Complexes; Organic Compounds, Polymers, and Biochemicals. Resources: WileyPLUS – an online course management system which includes the full online text and integrated resources is available for this book.

20

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY

NEW EDITION!

NEW EDITION!

NEW!

Laboratory Manual for Principles of General Chemistry

Chemistry

Chemistry

A Guided Inquiry

Structure and Dynamics

5th Edition

5th Edition

9th Edition

RICHARD S. MOOG and JOHN J. FARRELL, Franklin & Marshall College, USA

JAMES N. SPENCER, Franklin and Marshall College, GEORGE M. BODNER, Purdue University, and LYMAN H. RICKARD, Millersville University, USA

JO ALLAN BERAN, Texas A&M University, USA A lab manual for the General Chemistry course, Beran has been popular for seven editions because of its broad selection of experiments and clear layout and design. Containing enough material for two or three terms, this lab manual emphasizes chemical principles as well as techniques. In addition, the manual helps students understand the timing and situations for the various techniques. Contents: A. Introduction; B. Chemical and Physical Properties; C. Mole Concept; D. Atomic and Molecular Structure; E. Gases; F. Solutions; G. Acid-Base Equilibria and Analysis; H. Kinetics; I. Thermodynamics; J. Oxidation-Reduction Systems and Analysis; K. Transition Metal Systems and Analysis; L. Qualitative Analysis. 9780470647899 • 464pp • December 2010 Pbk • Adoption price available on request

This book is written for students to provide GUIDED INQUIRY activities for General Chemistry. Students will examine data, written descriptions and figures to develop chemical concepts. Each concept is explored in a ChemActivity comprising several sections – one or more MODEL AND INFORMATION SECTIONS, CRITCAL THINKING QUESTIONS AND EXCERCISE PROBLEMS. Contents: Atomic Structure; Molecular Structure; Solids and Liquids; Stoichiometry; Gases; Thermochemistry; Equilibrium; Acids and Bases; OxidationReduction; Thermodynamics; Kinetics. 9780470647905 • 408pp • February 2011 Pbk • £51.50/€61.60

Spencer’s Chemistry: Structure and Dynamics is the most successful reform project published for the General Chemistry course. The authors have built the text on the recommendations of the ACS’s Task Force on the General Chemistry Curriculum and suggestions from the adopters of previous editions. This innovative text provides a sixteen-chapter introduction to the fundamental concepts of chemistry. The material is supplemented by special topics at the end of each chapter. There are three major themes that link the content of the book: the process of science, the relationship between molecular structure and physical/chemical properties, and the relationship between the microscopic and macroscopic levels. Spencer’s Chemistry can work successfully in both small and large lecture courses. Contents: Elements and Compounds; The Mole: The Link between the Macroscopic and the Atomic World of Chemistry; The Structure of the Atom; The Covalent Bond; Ionic and Metallic Bonds; Gases; Making and Breaking of Bonds; Liquids and Solutions; Solids; An Introduction to Kinetics and Equilibrium; Acids and Bases; Oxidation–Reduction Reactions; Chemical Thermodynamics; Kinetics; Nuclear Chemistry; Chemical Analysis. 9780470587119 • 928pp • February 2011 Hbk • Adoption price available on request

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

21


INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY

SI Chemical Data 6th Edition GORDON AYLWARD and TRISTAN FINDLAY A supplementary text aimed especially at first year undergraduate students – SI Chemical Data, Sixth Edition presents the properties of key chemicals used for experiments in easy-to-use tables.

Introduction to Chemistry

Periodic Table of the Elements

13th Edition

4th Edition

MORRIS HEIN, Mount San Antonio College and SUSAN ARENA, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA

EKKEHARD FLUCK, Heidelberg, Germany and KLAUS G. HEUMANN, University of Mainz, Germany

Historically this book has helped students master the chemistry skills they need to succeed. It provides them with clear and logical explanations of chemical concepts and problem solving. They’ll learn how to apply concepts with the help of worked out examples.

Discover more than 3000 element data on this handy and extremely durable chart.

Contents: Periodic Table of the Elements; Electronic Configurations of Elements; Acknowledgements; Preface to Sixth Edition; Excerpts from Prefaces to Earlier Editions; Contributors; References to the Sources of Chemical Data; International System of Units (SI); Fundamental Constants; Common Conversion Factors; Properties of the Elements; Properties of Inorganic Compounds; Properties of Organic Compounds; Some Crystal Forms; Shapes of Some Molecules and Ions; Bond Lengths; Bond Dissociation Enthalpies; Average Bond Enthalpies; Electronegativities of the Elements (Pauling Scale); Enthalpies of Melting, Vaporisation and Atomisation; Successive Ionisation Enthalpies of the Elements; Periodic Trends in First Ionisation Enthalpies; Electron Affinities; Lattice Enthalpies of Ionic Crystals; Enthalpies of Neutralisation; Solubility Products; A Stability Constants of Complex Ions B Cumulative Stability Constants; Standard Electrode Potentials and Redox Equilibria; Dissociation Constants of Acids and Hydrated Metal Ions; Common Acid-Base Indicators; Ionic Properties of Water; Molar Conductivities of Aqueous Solutions; Ionic Molar Conductivities at Infinite Dilution; Solubility of Gases in Water; Boiling Temperatures Elevation and Freezing Temperature; Critical Constants and Triple Points of Selected Substances; Vapour Pressure and Density of Water and of Mercury at Different Temperature; Densities of Aqueous Solutions; Infrared Absorption Frequencies; NMR Chemical Shifts; Electronic Configuration of the Elements; Greek Alphabet; Numerical Prefixes.

Resources: WileyPLUS – an online course management system which includes the full online text and integrated resources is available for this book.

9780470816387 • 232pp • 2007 • Pbk £28.99/€34.80

9780470505915 • 632pp • May 2010 • Pbk £47.99/€57.60

22

Features: • Chemistry in Action features and conceptual questions. • New Problem Solving Strategy boxes to highlight how to think about working chemistry problems. • New Rules boxes added to emphasize the procedures used in chemistry nomenclature and mathematics. • 15-20% new end of chapter problems added, with additional Catalyst problems included to highlight the connection of the text to on-line study materials.

Contents: Each element is shown on both sides of the table, along with the following information: Element Symbol; Element Name; Atomic Number; Relative Atomic; Mass; Isotope Masses; Number and Abundance of Natural Isotopes; Longest-Lived Radioisotope, Type of Decay; Abundance in the Earth’s Crust; First Ionization Energy; Density; Melting and Boling Point; Electron Configuration; Atomic Radius; Covalent Radius; Ionic Radius by Oxidation Number; Van Der Waals Radius; Electronegativity; Oxidation States; Reduction Potential; Physiological Significance. 9783527318568 • 2pp • 2007 • Pbk £8.95/€10.80

Contents: An Introduction to Chemistry; Standards for Measurement; Elements and Compounds Properties of Matter; Early Atomic Theory and Structure; Nomenclature of Inorganic Compounds; Quantitative Composition of Compounds; Chemical Equations; Calculations from Chemical Equations; Modern Atomic Theory and the Periodic Table; Chemical Bonds: The Formation of Compounds from Atoms; The Gaseous State of Matter; Properties of Liquids, Solutions, Acids, Bases, and Salts; Chemical Equilibrium; Oxidation-Reduction Nuclear Chemistry; Introduction to Organic Chemistry; Introduction to Biochemistry.

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Supramolecular Chemistry

Basic Solid State Chemistry

2nd Edition

2nd Edition

JONATHAN W. STEED, University of Durham and JERRY L. ATWOOD, University of Missouri, Columbia, USA

TONY R. WEST, University of Sheffield, UK

A Programmed Introduction to Chemical Applications

Basic Solid State Chemistry, Second Edition is a thorough revision of this best selling introductory text. Whilst the structure of the first edition has been retained, introducing topics in a logical and coherent way, the text has been revised to include latest developments and concepts.

2nd Edition

Supramolecular Chemistry is an up-todate, integrated textbook that tells the newcomer to the subject everything they need to know to get started. Assuming little in the way of prior knowledge, the book covers the theory behind the subject, how the theory is applied, and includes coverage of the more important techniques needed by supramolecular chemists. The book has been thoroughly updated for this second edition. In addition to the strengths of the first edition in topics such as cation, anion and molecular ion host guest chemistry, crystal engineering, networks, topological entanglement, clathrates, self-assembly, molecular devices and liquid phase assembly, this new edition expands coverage into emerging areas such as dendrimers, supramolecular polymers, microfabrication, nanoparticles, chemical emergence, metal-organic frameworks, ion pairs, gels, ionic liquids, supramolecular catalysis, molecular electronics, polymorphism, gas sorption reactions and anion-pi interactions. Clear explanations of both fundamental and nascent concepts are supplemented by up-to-date coverage of exciting new trends in the literature. Numerous examples and problems are included throughout the book. Contents: Concepts; The Supramolecular Chemistry of Life; Cation-Binding Hosts; Anion Binding; Ion Pair Receptors; Molecular Guests in Solution; Solid-State Inclusion Compounds; Crystal Engineering; Network Solids; Self-Assembly; Molecular Devices; Biological Mimics and Supramolecular Catalysis; Interfaces and Liquid Assemblies; Supramolecular Polymers, Gels and Fibres; Nanochemistry. Index.

There is a new chapter on Synthetic Methods covering solid state, precursor, chemie douce, intercalation, gas phase (MOCVD, vapour phase transport), hydrothermal and other methods. In addition there is new material on fullerenes, spinels and applications of phase diagrams. The coverage of solid solutions has been expanded and many of the diagrams have been considerably improved, as have the examples and problems. Contents: Crystal Structures; Bonding in Solids; Crystallography and Diffraction Techniques; Other Techniques: Microscopy, Spectroscopy, Thermal Analysis; Crystal Defects, Non-Stoichiometry and Solid Solutions; Interpretation of Phase Diagrams; Electrical Properties; Magnetic and Other Properties; Synthetic Methods; Appendices. 9780471987567 • 496pp • 1999 • Pbk £29.95/€36.00

Molecular Symmetry and Group Theory

ALAN VINCENT, Kingston University, UK The use of symmetry by chemists to solve molecular problems is a fundamental, elegant and important area of chemistry. Difficulties can arise with the mathematics that underpins the study of symmetry, and group theory can be a complex concept for students to grasp. To help students learn at their own pace, and to enable them to fully understand this subject, this book takes a programmed learning approach. The reader goes through a series of carefully constructed exercises, designed to lead them through the mathematics, and give them a full understanding of how this relates to the chemistry. “The best introduction to the subject, especially for those whose mathematics is weak…” CHEMISTRY AND INDUSTRY

Contents: How to use the Programmes; Symmetry Elements and Operations; Point Groups; Non-degenerate Representations; Matrices; Degenerate Representations; Applications to Chemical Bonding; Applications to Molecular Vibration; Projection Operators. Bibliography. Mathematical Data for use with Character Tables; Character Tables for Chemically Important Symmetry Groups; Index. 9780471489399 • 202pp • 2000 • Pbk £22.50/€27.00

9780470512340 • 990pp • 2009 • Pbk £45.00/€54.00

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

23


ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Organic Chemistry 10th Edition T. W. GRAHAM SOLOMONS, University of South Florida and CRAIG B. FRYHLE, Pacific Lutheran University, USA

The new edition continues the tradition of excellence in preparing readers for success in organic chemistry and beyond.

The Tenth Edition of Organic Chemistry continues Solomons and Fryhle’s tradition of excellence in teaching and preparing students for success in the organic classroom and beyond. A central theme of the authors’ approach to organic chemistry is to emphasize the relationship between structure and reactivity. To accomplish this, the text is organized in a way that combines the most useful features of the traditional functional group approach with one largely based on reaction mechanisms. The authors’ philosophy is to emphasize mechanisms and their common aspects as often as possible, and at the same time to use the unifying features of functional groups as the basis for most chapters. The structural aspects of the authors’ approach show students what organic chemistry is. Mechanistic aspects of their approach show students how it works. And wherever an opportunity arises, the authors’ show students what it does in living systems and the physical world around us. In the tenth edition, virtually every aspect of the teaching and learning solution has been revisited and redesigned to assist students in comprehending the fundamentals of organic chemistry. The authors’ thoroughly explain and illustrate each new idea when it is first introduced and then reinforce the new idea or concept by having students work related problems. Features: • New Solved Problems have been added to reinforce the concepts. Bulleted lists are included to highlight important topics and definitions. • Approximately 300 new end-of-chapter exercises, many of which are based on bond-line structural formulas instead of chemical names. • New, streamlined chapter openers with photos introduce students to the topics and concepts to be covered in the chapter, and include applications from everyday life that will serve to pique student interest.

Contents: Carbon Compounds and Chemical Bonds; Representative Carbon Compounds: Functional Groups, Infrared Spectroscopy, & Intermolecular Force; An Introduction to Organic Reactions: Acids and Bases; Alkanes: Nomenclature, Conformational Analysis, & An Intro to Synthesis; Stereochemistry: Chiral Molecules; Ionic Reactions – Nucleophilic Substitution & Elimination Reactions: Alkyl Halides; Alkenes & Alkynes: Properties & Synthesis, Elimination Reactions of Alkyl Halides; Alkenes & Alkynes II: Addition Reaction; Spectroscopic Methods of Structure Determination; Radical Reactions; Alcohols & Ethers; Alcohols from Carbonyl Compounds, Oxidation-Reduction & Organometallic Compounds; Conjugated Unsaturated Systems; Aromatic Compounds; Reactions of Aromatic Compounds; Aldehydes & Ketones I: Nucleophilic Additions to the Carbonyl Group; Aldehydes & Ketones II: Enolates & Enols; Aldol & Alkylation Reactions; Carboxylic Acids & Their Derivatives: Nucleophilic Substitution at the Acyl Carbon; Synthesis & Reactions of a-Dicarbonyl Compounds: More Chemistry of Enolate Ions; Amines; Phenols & Aryl Halides: Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution; Carbohydrates; Lipids; Amino Acids & Proteins; Nucleic Acids & Protein Synthesis.

• The visual nature of problem-solving in organic chemistry has been emphasized by the recasting of many problems in a structure-based rather than a textbased format. • Coverage of topics in green chemistry, nanotechnology, and biochemistry to introduce students to exciting and important frontiers of organic chemistry. WileyPLUS – an online course management system which includes the full online text and integrated resources is available for this book.

24

9780470524596 1280pp April 2010 Pbk £49.99/€60.00

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

NEW!

Organic Chemistry DAVID R KLEIN, John Hopkins University, USA

A new skills-based approach…

David Klein’s skills-based approach helps students master concepts and principles in sequence by providing consistent step-by-step problem solving examples and practice. Students will become proficient at approaching new problems methodically, based on a repertoire of skills. This emphasis upon skills development will provide students with a greater opportunity to develop proficiency in the key skills necessary to succeed in organic chemistry. As an example, resonance structures are used repeatedly throughout the course, and students must become masters of resonance structures early in the course. Therefore, a significant portion of chapter one is devoted to drawing resonance structures. Features: • Skillbuilders are the heart of Klein’s approach to teaching Organic Chemistry. Each Skillbuilder provides students with consistent guidance in solving problems through three important steps: 1) Learn the Skill 2) Practice the Skill and 3) Apply the Skill. This step-by-step instruction teaches students the key skills necessary to succeed in Organic Chemistry and provides immediate opportunity to practice these skills. – Did you ever Wonder? These questions are posed to engage students in the content of the chapter. – Do you Remember? A checkpoint of critical topics necessary to understand the current chapter. – Practically Speaking Boxes are practical, real-world applications of the material within the chapter. • Conceptual Checkpoints are located throughout each chapter. They test students’ understanding of key concepts so they can feel confident progressing through the remainder of the chapter. • Medically Speaking Boxes give students specific examples of the relevance of Organic Chemistry to the medical & pharmacological fields. For many students this ties the course to their future career path.

Brief Contents: A Review of General Chemistry: Electrons, Bonds, and Molecular Properties; Molecular Representations; Acids and Bases; Alkanes and Cycloalkanes; Stereoisomerism; Chemical Reactivity and Mechanisms; Substitution Reactions; Alkenes: Structure and Preparation via Elimination Reactions; Addition Reactions of Alkenes; Alkynes; Radical Reactions; Synthesis; Alcohols and Phenols; Ethers and Epoxides; Thiols and Sulfides; Infrared Spectroscopy and Mass Spectrometry; Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy; Conjugated Pi Systems and Pericyclic Reactions; Aromatic Compounds; Aromatic Substitution Reactions; Aldehydes and Ketones; Carboxylic Acids and Their Derivatives; Alpha Carbon Chemistry: Enols and Enolates; Amines; Carbohydrates; Amino Acids, Peptides, and Proteins; Lipids; Synthetic Polymers.

WileyPLUS is a web-based application that assists instructors in preparing for classes and lectures and automates the process of assigning and grading homework. The power of WileyPLUS is that each problem is linked to the relevant section of the interactive book. It allows students to complete their homework online and receive instant feedback on their work.

9780471756149 1360pp February 2011 Hbk £49.99/€60.00

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

25


ORGANIC CHEMISTRY NEW!

Essential Practical NMR for Organic Chemistry STEPHEN RICHARDS and JOHN HOLLERTON, GlaxoSmithKline R&D Ltd The strength of NMR, particularly in the small organic molecule area, lies in the fact that it is very information rich but ironically, this very high density of information can itself cause confusion. This informal guide advocates an ordered approach to make sense of this data. The authors describe the use of NMR spectroscopy for dealing with problems of small organic molecule structural elucidation, and assist the reader to select the right experiment to interpret the results correctly. The main focus of the text is firmly rooted in problem solving strategy and interpretation; however some relevant aspects of NMR theory are discussed, as well as data acquisition and processing strategy.

9780470710920 • 228pp December 2010 • Hbk £45.00/€54.00

Contents: Getting Started; Preparing the Sample; Spectrum Acquisition; Processing; Interpreting Your Spectrum; Delving Deeper; Further Elucidation Techniques; Carbon-13 NMR Spectroscopy; Some of the Other Tools; Some of the Other Nuclei; Quantification; Safety; Software, Problems.

Introduction to Organic Chemistry 4th Edition WILLIAM H. BROWN, Beloit College and THOMAS POON, Claremont, McKenna, Pitzer, & Scripps College, USA This text provides an introduction to organic chemistry for students who require the fundamentals of organic chemistry as a requirement for their major. It is most suited for a one semester organic chemistry course. In an attempt to highlight the relevance of the material to students, the authors place a strong emphasis on showing the interrelationship between organic chemistry and other areas of science, particularly the biological and health sciences. The text illustrates the use of organic chemistry as a tool in these sciences; it also stresses the organic compounds, both natural and synthetic, that surround us in everyday life: in pharmaceuticals, plastics, fibers, agrochemicals, surface coatings, toiletry preparations and cosmetics, food additives, adhesives, and elastomers. 9780470384671 • 856pp April 2010 • Pbk • £48.99/€58.80

Contents: Covalent Bonding and Shapes of Molecules; Acids and Bases; Alkanes and Cycloalkanes; Alkenes and Alkynes; Reactions of Alkanes and Alkynes; Chirality: The Handedness of Molecules; Haloalkanes; Alcohols, Ethers, and Thiols; Benzene and its Derivatives; Amines; Infrared Spectroscopy; Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy; Aldehydes and Ketones; Carboxylic Acids; Functional Derivatives of Carboxylic Acids; Enolate Anions; Organic Polymer Chemistry; Carbohydrates; Amino Acids and Proteins; Nucleic Acids; Lipids; Organic Chemistry of Metabolism.

WileyPLUS is a web-based application that assists instructors in preparing for classes and lectures and automates the process of assigning and grading homework. The power of WileyPLUS is that each problem is linked to the relevant section of the interactive book. It allows students to complete their homework online and receive instant feedback on their work.

26

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Organic Synthesis

Organic Synthesis

The Disconnection Approach

Workbook for Organic Synthesis

2nd Edition

The Disconnection Approach

STUART WARREN, Cambridge University, UK and PAUL WYATT, University of Bristol, UK

2nd Edition

PAUL WYATT, University of Bristol and STUART WARREN, Cambridge University, UK

Organic Synthesis: The Disconnection Approach, 2nd Edition provides a full course in retrosynthetic analysis for chemistry and biochemistry students and a refresher for organic chemists working in industry and academia. Contents: Introduction: Planning Organic Syntheses; Synthons and Reagents: Aromatic Compounds; Strategy I: The Order of Events; One-Group C-X Disconnections; Chemoselectivity; TwoGroup C-X Disconnections; Strategy III; Amine Synthesis; Protecting Groups; One Group C-C Disconnections I: Alcohols; General Strategy A: Choosing Disconnections; Stereoselectivity A; One Group C-C Disconnections II: Carbonyl Compounds; Regioselectivity; Alkene Synthesis; Strategy VII: Use of Acetylenes; Diels-Alder; Strategy VIII: Carbonyl Condensations; 1,3-diCO Compounds; Control in C=O Condensations; 1,5-diCO Compounds; Nitro Groups1,2-diCO Compounds; Radicals; 1,4-diCO Compounds; Reconnection; 1,6-diCO Compounds; Strategy of C=O Disconnections; Saturated Heterocycles; Cyclopropanes; Rearrangements; FourMembered Rings; Ketenes; Five-Membered Rings; Pericyclic Reactions; Six-Membered Rings; Strategy of Ring Synthesis; Stereoselectivity B; Aromatic Heterocycles; Advanced Strategy. 9780470712368 • 344pp • 2008 • Pbk £24.95/€30.00

STUART WARREN, Cambridge University UK and PAUL WYATT, University of Bristol, UK This workbook provides a comprehensive graded set of problems to illustrate and develop the themes of each of the chapters in the textbook Organic Synthesis: The Disconnection Approach, 2nd Edition. Each problem is followed by a fully explained solution and discussion. The examples extend the student’s experience of the types of molecules being synthesised by organic chemists, and the strategies they employ to control their syntheses. By working through these examples students will develop their skills in analysing synthetic challenges, and build a toolkit of strategies for planning new syntheses. Examples are drawn from pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, natural products, pheromones, perfumery and flavouring compounds, dyestuffs, monomers, and intermediates used in more advanced synthetic work. Reasons for wishing to synthesise each compound are given. Together the workbook and textbook provide a complete course in retrosynthetic analysis. A full table of contents is available online. 9780470712269 • 288pp • 2009 • Pbk £34.95/€40.20

Strategy and Control

Contents: A: Introduction: Selectivity: Planning Organic Syntheses: Tactics, Strategy, and Control; Chemoselectivity; Regioselectivity: Controlled Aldol Reactions; Stereoselectivity: Stereoselective Aldol Reactions; Alternative Strategies for Enone Synthesis; Choosing a Strategy: The Synthesis of Cyclopentenones; B: Making Carbon-Carbon Bonds: The Ortho Strategy for Aromatic Compounds; δ-Complexes of Metals; Controlling the Michael Reaction; Specific Enol Equivalents; Extended Enolates; Allyl Anions; Homoenolates; Acyl Anion Equivalents; C: Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds: Synthesis of Double Bonds of Defined Stereochemistry; StereoControlled Vinyl Anion Equivalents; Electrophilic Attack on Alkenes; Vinyl Cations: Palladium-Catalysed C–C Coupling; Allyl Alcohols: Allyl Cation Equivalents (and More); D: Stereochemistry: Control of Stereochemistry – Introduction; Controlling Relative Stereochemistry; Resolution; The Chiral Pool; Asymmetric Induction I: Reagent-Based Strategy; Asymmetric Induction II: Asymmetric Catalysis: Formation of C-O and C-N Bonds; Asymmetric Induction III: Asymmetric Catalysis: Formation of C-H and C-C Bonds; Asymmetric Induction IV: Substrate-Based Strategy; Kinetic Resolution; Enzymes: Biological Methods in Asymmetric Synthesis; New Chiral Centres from Old; Strategy of Asymmetric Synthesis; E: Functional Group Strategy: Functionalisation of Pyridine; Oxidation of Aromatic Compounds, Enols and Enolates; Functionality and Pericyclic Reactions: Nitrogen Heterocycles by Cycloadditions and Sigmatropic Rearrangements; Synthesis and Chemistry of Azoles and other Heterocycles with two or more Heteroatoms; Tandem Organic Reactions; General References; Index. 9780471929635 • 918pp • 2007 • Pbk £45.00/€54.00

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

27


ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Workbook for Organic Synthesis Strategy and Control PAUL WYATT, University of Bristol, UK and STUART WARREN, Cambridge University, UK This workbook provides a comprehensive graded set of worked examples to illustrate and develop the themes of each of the chapters in the textbook Organic Synthesis: Strategy and Control by Warren & Wyatt. By working through these examples students will develop their skills in analyzing synthetic challenges, and build a toolkit of strategies for planning new syntheses. Together the workbook and textbook provide a complete course in advanced organic synthesis. Contents: Introduction: Selectivity; Planning Organic Syntheses: Tactics, Strategy and Control; Chemoselectivity; Regioselectivity: Controlled Aldol Reactions; Stereoselectivity: Stereoselective Aldol Reactions; Alternative Strategies for Enone Synthesis; Choosing a Strategy: The Synthesis of Cyclopentenones; Making Carbon-Carbon Bonds; The Ortho Strategy for Aromatic Compounds; Ȝ-Complexes of Metals; Controlling the Michael Reaction; Specific Enol Equivalents; Allyl Anions; Homoenolates; Acyl Anion Equivalents; Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds; Synthesis of Double Bonds of Defined Stereochemistry; Vinyl Anions; Electrophilic Attack on Alkenes; Vinyl Cations;Allyl Alcohols: Allyl Cation Equivalents; Stereochemistry; Control of Stereochemistry – Introduction; Diastereoselectivity; Resolution; The Chiral Pool: Asymmetric Synthesis with Natural Products as Starting Materials; Asymmetric Induction I: Reagent-Based Strategy; Asymmetric; Induction II: Asymmetric Catalysis: Formation of C-O and C-N Bonds; Asymmetric Induction III: Asymmetric Catalysis: Formation of C-H and C-C Bonds; Asymmetric Induction IV: Substrate-Based Strategy.

Spectrometric Identification of Organic Compounds 7th Edition ROBERT M. SILVERSTEIN, FRANCIS X. WEBSTER and DAVID KIEMLE, all of State University of New York, USA First published over 40 years ago, this was the first text on the identification of organic compounds using spectroscopy, and is now considered to be a classic. The key strength of this text is the extensive set of real-data problems (in Chapters 7 and 8). Spectrometric Identification of Organic Compounds is written by and for organic chemists, and emphasizes the synergistic effect resulting from the interplay of the spectra. This book is characterized by its problem-solving approach with extensive reference charts and tables. New to this edition: • Numerous practice problems. • Excellent illustration program/high quality spectra.

Organic Structures from Spectra 4th Edition L.D. FIELD and S. STERNHELL, both of University of Sydney and J.R. KALMAN, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia For full details of this title please see page 38. 9780470319277 • 468pp • 2008 • Pbk £32.50/€39.00

Essentials of Organic Chemistry For Students of Pharmacy, Medicinal Chemistry and Biological Chemistry PAUL M. DEWICK, University of Nottingham, UK For full details of this title please see page 36. 9780470016664 • 710pp • 2006 • Pbk £34.95/€42.00

• Comprehensive coverage – excellent reference book for students and professionals. • Excellent readability – student-friendly writing style. Contents: Mass Spectrometry; Infrared Spectrometry; Proton Spectrometry; 13C Spectrometry; Correlation NMR Spectrometry: 2-D NMR; Spectrometry of Other Important Nuclei; Solved Problems; Assigned Problems. 9780471393627 • 512pp • 2005 • Hbk £47.99/€57.60

9780471929642 • 500pp • 2008 • Pbk £35.00/€42.00

28

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Molecular Orbitals and Organic Chemical Reactions

Heterocyclic Chemistry

Microscale Organic Laboratory

5th Edition

Student Edition

JOHN A. JOULE, The University of Manchester and KEITH MILLS, Chemistry Consultant, Ware, Hertsfordshire, UK

With Multistep and Multiscale Syntheses

IAN FLEMING, University of Cambridge, UK Molecular Orbitals and Organic Chemical Reactions is both a simplified account of molecular orbital theory and a review of its applications in organic chemistry. In this book molecular orbital theory is presented in a much simplified, and entirely non-mathematical language, accessible to every organic chemist, whether student or research worker. Molecular Orbitals and Organic Chemical Reactions: Student Edition is an invaluable first textbook on this important subject for students of organic, physical organic and computational chemistry. Topics covered include: Molecular Orbital Theory; Molecular Orbitals and the Structures of Organic Molecules; Chemical Reactions How Far and How Fast; Ionic Reactions; Reactivity; Stereochemistry; Pericyclic Reactions; Radical Reactions; Photochemical Reactions. Features: • Fully updated with a wealth of recent illustrative examples. • Includes key references and suggested further reading for students to find out more.

The fifth edition is thoroughly revised and updated to reflect 21st Century advances in the field. This book has so closely matched the requirements of its readership over the years that it has become the first choice for chemists all over the world. Features: • Two colour diagrams indicate where a change in structure or bonding has taken place, facilitating comprehension and understanding of the chemical changes that are occurring. • Essential teaching material in the early chapters aims to capture the essence of heterocyclic reactivity in concise resumes suitable either as introductions, or as revisions for examination preparation. • Problems, divided into straightforward revision exercises and more challenging questions (with solutions as an Appendix), help the reader to understand and apply the principles of heterocyclic reactivity and synthesis.

5th Edition DANA W. MAYO, Bowdin College, RONALD M. PIKE, Merrimack College and DAVID C. FORBES, University of South Alabama, USA The fifth edition provides complete coverage of organic laboratory experiments and techniques for organic chemists. The book presents a strong emphasis on modern laboratory instrumentation along with a sharp focus on safety in the lab. Contents: Introduction; Safety; Introduction to Microscale Organic Laboratory Equipment and Techniques; Determination of Physical Properties; Microscale Laboratory Techniques; Microscale Organic Laboratory Experiments; Sequential Syntheses: The Transition from Macro to Micro; Spectroscopic Identification of Organic Compounds; Qualitative Identification of Organic Compounds; Advanced Microscale Organic Laboratory Experiments. 9780471215028 • 704pp • February 2010 Hbk • Adoption price available on request

9781405133005 • 640pp • April 2010 • Pbk £39.95/€48.00

• A greater emphasis is put on chemistry than on quantum mechanics, and the intelligent use of the rules rather than their mathematical derivation. 9780470746592 • 376pp • 2009 • Pbk £34.95/€42.00

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

29


ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

General Organic and Biological Chemistry

Structure and Reactivity in Organic Chemistry

The Organic Chem Lab Survival Manual

An Integrated Approach

MARK G. MOLONEY, St Peter’s College, Oxford, UK

A Student’s Guide to Techniques

3rd Edition

8th Edition

KENNETH W. RAYMOND, Eastern Washington University, USA Following an integrated approach, this book walks health professionals through related general chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry topics in adjacent chapters. This approach helps them see the strong connections that exist between these three branches of chemistry. The third edition utilizes numerous real-world examples to make the concepts more relevant. Features: • End of chapter problems appear in pairs and the number of problems has increased by 30%. • The articles and video clips are of interest because they show how the chemistry being presented pertains to current events. • Within each chapter, boxes highlight high-interest, real-life applications based on the topics being discussed. • Sample problems also help health professionals build problem-solving skills as they uncover the solutions. Contents: Science and Measurements; Atoms and Elements; Compounds; An Introduction to Organic Compounds; Reactions; Gases; Solutions, Colloids and Suspensions; Acids, Bases, and Equilibrium; Carboxylic Acids, Phenols and Amines; Alcohols, Ethers, Aldehydes, and Ketones; Carbohydrates; Lipids and Membranes; Peptides, Proteins, and Enzymes; Nucleic Acids; Metabolism.

This text opens with a short overview of the way chemists understand chemical structure, and how that understanding is essential in developing a good knowledge of chemical reactivity and mechanism. The remainder of the text presents a mechanistic classification of modern organic chemistry, developed in the context of synthetic organic chemistry and exemplified by reference to stereoselective synthesis and protecting group chemistry. This approach is intended to illustrate the importance and value of a good grasp of organic reaction mechanisms, which is a prerequisite for a broader understanding of organic chemistry. Contents: Bonding; Structure; Reactivity; Intermediates; Acidity and Basicity; Nucleophilic Substitution; Addition Reactions; Elimination Reactions; Aromatic Substitution; Sequential Addition and Elimination Reactions; Radical Reactions; Ligand Coupling Reactions; Pericyclic Reactions. 9781405114516 • 320pp • 2008 • Pbk £32.50/€39.00

JAMES W. ZUBRICK, Hudson Valley Community College, USA

This valuable guide walks through the basic techniques of the organic chemistry lab. This valuable guide takes organic chemists through the basic techniques of the organic chemistry lab such as interpretation of infrared spectroscopy. Contents: Safety First, Last, and Always; Keeping a Notebook; Interpreting a Handbook; Jointware; Microscale Jointware; Other Interesting Equipment; Pipet Tips; Syringes, Needles, and Septa; Clean and Dry; Drying Agents; On products; The Melting-Point Experiment; Recrystallization; Recrystallization: Microscale; Extraction and Washing; Extraction and Washing: Microscale; Sources of Heat; Clamps and Clamping; Distillation; Microscale Distillation; The Rotary Evaporator; Reflux and Addition; Reflux: Microscale. Sublimation; Microscale Boiling Point; Chromatography: Some Generalities; Thin-Layer Chromatography: TLC; Wet-Column Chromatography; Refractometry; Gas Chromatography; HP Liquid Chromatography; Infrared Spectroscopy; Nuclear Magnetic Resonance; Theory of Distillation; Theory of Extraction. 9780470494370 • 376pp • January 2010 • Pbk £54.50/€64.80

Resources: WileyPLUS – an online course management system which includes the full online text and integrated resources is available for this book. 9780470504765 • 624pp • January 2010 • Hbk Adoption price available on request

30

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


BIOCHEMISTRY NEW EDITION!

Biochemistry 4th Edition DONALD VOET, University of Pennsylvania, USA and JUDITH G. VOET, Swarthmore College, USA

The “Gold Standard” in Biochemistry text books. Biochemistry Fourth Edition, is a modern classic that has been thoroughly revised. Don and Judy Voet explain biochemical concepts while offering a unified presentation of life and its variation through evolution. Incorporates both classical and current research to illustrate the historical source of much of our biochemical knowledge. Features: • As in past editions, the chemical basis of modern Biochemistry is presented in a thorough and uncompromising fashion. Don and Judy Voet are scholars and teachers who have dedicated their careers to their students and this text. • A splendid art program of over 3000 figures presents both classical and contemporary concepts, experiments, and techniques. • A lucid and elegant writing style captures the historical foundations of contemporary Biochemistry focusing on the scientific process rather than presenting Biochemistry as a body of static facts isolated from the flesh-and-blood work of experimentalists. • Themes throughout the text integrate a vast amount of material. The unity of evolutionary processes, the interdependence of elaborate biological control systems and cascades, and the important biomedical consequences of understanding life at the molecular level are themes woven into the text to give students an intellectually satisfying journey, not just a dry presentation of topics and techniques. • A thorough Solutions Manual prepared by the authors, a complete Instructors Resource CD containing all the art in the text suitable for presentation in digital classrooms, and a set of transparencies of key figures are provided to enrich teaching and learning from this text.

Brief Contents: PART I: INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND; Life; Aqueous Solutions; Thermodynamic Principles: A Review. PART II: BIOMOLECULES; Amino Acids; Nucleic Acids, Gene Expression, and Recombinant DNA Technology; Techniques of Protein and Nucleic Acid Purification; Covalent Structures of Proteins and Nucleic Acids; Three-Dimensional Structures of Proteins; Protein Folding, Dynamics, and Structural Evolution; Hemoglobin: Protein Function in Microcosm; Sugars and Polysaccharides; Lipids and Membranes. PART III: MECHANISMS OF ENZYME ACTION; Introduction to Enzymes; Rates of Enzymatic Reactions; Enzymatic Catalysis. PART IV: METABOLISM; Introduction to Metabolism; Glycolysis; Glycogen Metabolism; Signal Transduction; Transport Through Membranes; Citric Acid Cycle; Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation; Other Pathways of Carbohydrate Metabolism; Photosynthesis; Lipid Metabolism; Amino Acid Metabolism; Energy Metabolism: Integration and Organ Specialization; Nucleotide Metabolism. PART V: EXPRESSION AND TRANSMISSION OF GENETIC INFORMATION; Nucleic Acid Structures; DNA Replication, Repair, and Recombination; Transcription; Translation; Viruses: Paradigms for Cellular Function; Eukaryotic Gene Expression; Molecular Physiology. 9780470570951 1428pp February 2011 Hbk £49.99/€60.00

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

31


BIOCHEMISTRY

Principles of Biochemistry 3rd Edition DONALD J. VOET, University of Pennsylvania, JUDITH G. VOET, Swarthmore College and CHARLOTTE W. PRATT, Seattle, Washington, USA

Voet, Voet, and Pratt’s Principles of Biochemistry, challenges students to better understand the chemistry behind the biological structure and reactions occurring in living systems. The third edition continues this tradition, and additionally incorporates coverage of recent research and an expanded focus on preparing and supporting students throughout the course. With the addition of new conceptual assessment content to WileyPLUS, students have the opportunity to assess their conceptual understanding of key introductory biochemistry concepts and retrain themselves on their misconceptions. Features: • Author reputation – authors are well-known and highly regarded teachers and researchers, and bring the highest level of accuracy, currency and scholarship to the book. • Balanced coverage, explaining the chemistry behind the biology. • Grounding in chemistry provides students with an understanding of reactions at the molecular level and helps students see patterns and the “big picture”. • Includes the most up-to-date coverage, particularly in areas impacting upon human health and disease. Resources: WileyPLUS; Instructor’s Website; Image Galley; Testbank; Student Website. WileyPLUS is a web-based application that assists instructors in preparing for classes and lectures and automates the process of assigning and grading homework. The power of WileyPLUS is that each problem is linked to the relevant section of the interactive book. It allows students to complete their homework online and receive instant feedback on their work.

Contents: PART I: INTRODUCTION; Introduction to the Chemistry of Life; Water. PART II: BIOMOLECULES; Nucleotides, Nucleic Acids, and Genetic Information; Amino Acids; Proteins: Primary Structure; Proteins: ThreeDimensional Structure; Protein Function Part I: Myoglobin and Hemoglobin; Carbohydrates; Lipids and Biological Membranes; Membrane Transport. PART III: ENZYMES; Enzymatic Catalysis; Enzyme Kinetics, Inhibition, and Regulation. PART IV: METABOLISM; Biochemical Signaling; Introduction to Metabolism; Glucose Catabolism; Glycogen Metabolism and Gluconeogenesis; Citric Acid Cycle; Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation; Photosynthesis; Lipid Metabolism; Amino Acid Metabolism; Mammalian Fuel Metabolism: Integration and Regulation; Nucleotide Metabolism. PART V: GENE EXPRESSION AND REPLICATION; Nucleic Acid Structure; DNA Replication, Repair, and Recombination; Transcription and RNA Processing; Translation; Regulation of Gene Expression; Protein Function Part II: Cytoskeletal and Motor Proteins and Antibodies; Appendix; Bioinformatics Exercises; Answers to Bioinformatics Exercises; Solutions to Problems; Glossary; Guide to Media Resources; Index.

9780470233962 1248pp 2008 Pbk £47.99/€57.60

32

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


BIOCHEMISTRY

Textbook of Biochemistry with Clinical Correlations 7th Edition THOMAS M. DEVLIN, Hahnemann University School of Medicine Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

This book presents a clear and precise discussion of the biochemistry of eukaryotic cells, particularly those of mammalian tissues, relates biochemical events at a cellular level to the subsequent physiological processes in the whole animal, and cites examples of abnormal biochemical processes in human disease. The organization and content are tied together to provide students with the complete picture of biochemistry and how it relates to human diseases. Features: • A clear and precise discussion of the biochemistry of eukaryotic cells, particularly those of mammalian tissues for undergraduate students. • The organization and content are tied together to provide students with the complete picture of biochemistry and how it relates to human diseases. • Now more accessible to students with 50% more multiple choice questions, a concise appendix, glossary of important terms and full-colour illustrations that clearly explain the associated concepts. • Fully revised to reflect the latest advances in the field.

Contents: Preface; Eukaryotic Cell Structure; DNA and RNA: Composition and Structure; Proteins I: Composition and Structure; DNA Replication, Recombination, and Repair; RNA: Transcription and RNA Processing; Protein Synthesis: Translation and Posttranslational Modifications; Recombinant DNA and Biotechnology; Regulation of Gene Expression; Proteins II: Structure-Function Relationships in Protein Families; Enzymes: Classification, Kinetics, and Control; The Cytochromes P450 and Nitric Oxide Synthases; Biological Membranes: Structure, Receptors, and Solute Transport; Fundamentals of Signal Transduction; Bioenergetics, Mitochondria, and Oxidative Metabolism; Carbohydrate Metabolism I: Major Metabolic Pathways and Their Control; Carbohydrate Metabolism II: Special Pathways and Glycoconjugates; Lipid Metabolism I: Synthesis, Storage, and Utilization of Fatty Acids and Triacylglycerols; Lipid Metabolism II: Pathways of Metabolism of Special Lipids; Amino Acid and Heme Metabolism; Purine and Pyrimidine Nucleotide Metabolism; Metabolic Interrelationships; Biochemistry of Hormones; Molecular Cell Biology; Cell Cycle, Programmed Cell Death, and Cancer; Digestion and Absorption of Basic Nutritional Constituents; Vitamins and Minerals: Requirements and Function; Macronutrients: Metabolic Effects and Health Implications. Appendix: Review of Organic Chemistry. Glossary. Index.

9780470281734 1240pp January 2010 Hbk £48.99/€58.80

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

33


BIOCHEMISTRY

Physical Biochemistry Principles and Applications, 2nd Edition DAVID SHEEHAN, University of Ireland, Cork, Ireland ”As will be seen, there is not much missing here. I thought that the sections were well balanced, with rarely too much or too little on a given topic...This is a text to be welcomed by both teachers and students.” BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY EDUCATION (on the first edition)

The new edition of this successful textbook explains the basic principles behind the key techniques currently used in the modern biochemical laboratory in a way that is comprehensive and approachable for students who are not physical chemists. It bridges the gap between general biochemistry textbooks and the more specialist books covering individual techniques.

Functional Biochemistry in Health and Disease

Essential Biochemistry

ERIC NEWSHOLME, Merton College and Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford, UK and TONY LEECH, Gresham’s School, Norfolk, UK

CHARLOTTE W. PRATT, Seattle, Washington, USA and KATHLEEN CORNELY, Providence College, USA

This text provides a clear and straightforward account of the biochemistry that is necessary to understand the physiological functions of tissues or organs essential to the life of human beings. Focusing on the dynamic aspects of biochemistry and its application to the basic functions of the body, the book bridges the gap between biochemistry and medical practice.

2nd Edition

Essential Biochemistry describes the chemical basis of life by placing information about molecules in the appropriate biological context. Selective in its coverage, it emphasizes the topics that accurately reflect the current scope of the field. The material in this book, as well as the depth of coverage, has been chosen to reflect the following goals: to understand the major themes of biochemistry, to apply biochemical knowledge in solving problems and evaluating related topics, and to appreciate the challenges and approaches of modern biochemistry. To further achieve these goals, the authors created more focused chapters and added a separate chapter on carbohydrate chemistry.

Contents: Introduction; Chromatography; Spectroscopic Techniques; Mass Spectrometry; Electrophoresis; ThreeDimensional Structure Determination of Macromolecules; Hydrodynamic Methods; Biocalorimetry; Appendix 1: SI units; Appendix 2: The Fourier Transform; Index.

Contents: Preface; INTRODUCTION; Structural and Biochemical Hierarchy: from the Cell to the Human; ESSENTIAL TOPICS IN DYNAMIC BIOCHEMISTRY; Energy: in the Body, Tissues and Biochemical Processes; Enzymes: Activities, Properties, Regulation and Physiology; Transport into the Body: The Gastrointestinal Tract, Digestion and Absorption; Transport into the Cell; ESSENTIAL METABOLISM; Carbohydrate Metabolism; Fat Metabolism; Protein and Amino Acid Metabolism; Fuel Oxidation and ATP Generation; Ammonia Metabolism; Synthesis of Fats, Phospholipids, Fatty Messengers and Cholesterol; Hormones: Principles Underlying their Actions; ESSENTIAL PROCESSES OF LIFE; Physical Activity: in Athletes, Non-Athletes and Patients; Mental Activity Mental Disorders and Recreational Drugs; Nutrition: Inadequate, Healthy, Unhealthy and Excess; Starvation: Metabolic Changes, Survival and Death; Defence: Barriers, Enzymes and the Immune System; Survival after Trauma: Metabolic Changes and Response of the Immune System; Sexual Reproduction; Growth of Cells: the Cell Cycle; SERIOUS DISEASES; Cancer: Genes, Cachexia and Death; Atherosclerosis, Hypertension and Heart Attack; Appendices: A: Chemistry Relevant to Biochemistry; B: Conformational Diseases; Index.

Contents: The Chemical Basis of Life, Aqueous Chemistry, From Genes to Proteins, Protein Structure, Myoglobin and Hemoglobin: A Study of Protein Function, Cytoskeletal and Motor Proteins, Chymotrypsin: A Model Enzyme, Enzyme Kinetics and Inhibition, Lipids and Membranes, Membrane Function, Carbohydrate Chemistry, Overview of Mammalian Metabolism and Bioenergetics, Glucose Metabolism, The Citric Acid Cycle, Oxidative Phosphorylation, Photosynthesis, Lipid Metabolism, Nitrogen Metabolism, Regulation of Mammalian Fuel Metabolism, DNA Replication, Cancer and DNA Repair, Transcription and RNA, Protein Synthesis.

9780470856031 • 422pp • 2009 • Pbk £37.50/€45.00

9780471931652 • 560pp • April 2010 • Pbk £37.50/€45.00

9780470504772 • 704pp • August 2010 Hbk • £47.99/€57.60

The second edition maintains the strengths of the first and includes the following specific changes: • Incorporates much more material on proteomics. • Includes more information on smallscale physical methods and fourier transform mass spectrometry. • Covers the latest developments in biological NMR. • Presents a revised chapter on chromatography and an updated bibliography. • Provides case studies to help readers appreciate the multi-disciplinary nature of physical biochemistry.

34

This new edition continues to approach biochemistry as a guidebook rather than a catalog, allowing the student to master the material at several levels while minimizing the need for rote memorization.

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


BIOCHEMISTRY

Biophysical Chemistry

Concepts in Biochemistry

Proteins

JAMES P. ALLEN, Arizona State University, USA

3rd Edition

DAVID WHITFORD, Queen Mary University of London, UK

This text presents physical chemistry through the use of biological and biochemical topics, examples, and applications to biochemistry. It presents a rigorous, up-to-date treatment of the material without presuming unrealistic prior knowledge of math theory. Necessary calculus models are laid out in a step-by-step fashion for students less confident in their math abilities. The format of the text allows teachers ample flexibility in deciding which derivations to present in class. Students are guided through an in-depth understanding of fundamental concepts, such as a quantum mechanical description of the hydrogen atom and techniques are presented with an emphasis on learning through analysis of real data. Contents: Basic Thermodynamic and Biochemical Concepts; First Law of Thermodynamics; Second Law of Thermodynamics; Phase Diagrams, Mixtures and Chemical Potential; Equilibria and Reactions Involving Protons; Oxidation/Reduction Reactions and Bioenergetics; Kinetics and Enzymes; The Boltzmann Distribution and Statistical Thermodynamics; Quantum Theory: Introduction and Principles; Particle in Box and Tunnelling; Vibrational Motion and Infrared Spectroscopy; Atomic Structure: Hydrogen Atom and Multi-Electron Atoms; Chemical Bonds and Protein Interactions; Electronic Transitions and Optical Spectroscopy; X-Ray Diffraction and Exafs; Magnetic Resonance; Signal Transduction; Membrane Potentials, Transporters, and Channels; Molecular Imaging; Photosynthesis. 9781405124362 • 512pp • 2008 • Hbk £45.00/€54.00

Structure and Function

RODNEY F. BOYER, Hope College, USA The third edition of Concepts in Biochemistry makes this the most applied and accessible biochemistry text on the market. Students are more successful with Boyer because it isn’t intimidating and it makes clear the relevance of the material to their future careers. Like the first two editions, Boyer is writing for students who need an introduction to the fundamental principles of biochemistry and are preparing for a career in the allied health sciences, the biological sciences, and the environmental sciences. Contents: Part I Molecules and Life; Biochemistry: From Atoms to Molecules to Cells; Biomolecules in Water; Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins; Protein Architecture and Biological Function; Part II Dynamic Function of Biomolecules; Enzymes I: Reactions, Kinetics and Inhibition; Enzymes II: Coenzymes, Regulation, Abzymes and Ribozymes; Carbohydrates: Structure and Biological Function; Lipids: Structure and Biological Function; Biological Membranes and Cellular Transport; Part III Storage and Transfer of Biological Information; DNA and RNA: Structure and Function; DNA Replication and Transcription: Biosynthesis of DNA and RNA; Translation of RNA: The Genetic Code and Protein Metabolism; Recombinant DNA and Other Topics in Biotechnology; Basic Concepts of Cellular Metabolism and Bioenergetics; Metabolism of Carbohydrates; Production of NADH and NADPH: The Citric Acid Cycle; ATP Formation by Electron-Transport Chains; Metabolism of Fatty Acids and Lipids; Metabolism of Amino Acids and Other Nitrogenous Compounds; Integration, Specialization, and Hormonal Control of Metabolism; Special Topics in Modern Biochemistry; Special Topic I. Signal Transduction: Flow of Information Through Cell Membranes; Special Topic II. Molecular Immunology.

This text provides a superb introduction to the study of proteins, focusing on their structure and function. By introducing the concepts connected with protein folding in a user-friendly manner, it will provide students with the foundation they need in order to undertake more advanced study and analysis of proteins. The accompanying website includes animated protein structures, problems and answers, and links to protein databases and other sites of interest. “An outstanding resource for introductory protein chemistry courses and a solid reference for those interested in proteins.” CHOICE, 2005

“…an invaluable resource…students of biochemistry, chemistry, genetics, structural biology, as well as medical and dental students will greatly benefit from reading this text…” ANNALS OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, 2005

Contents: Preface; An Introduction to Protein Structure and Function; Amino Acids: The Building Blocks of Proteins; The Three-Dimensional Structure of Proteins; The Structure and Function of Fibrous Proteins; The Structure and Function of Membrane Proteins; The Diversity of Proteins; Enzyme Kinetics, Structure, Function and Catalysis; Protein Synthesis, Processing and Turnover; Protein Expression, Purification and Characterization; Physical Methods of Determining the Three-Dimensional Structure of Proteins; Protein Folding in Vivo and in Vitro; Protein Structure and a Molecular Approach to Medicine. Epilogue. Glossary. Appendices. Bibliography. References. Index. 9780471498940 • 542pp • 2005 • Pbk £37.50/€45.00

9780471661795 • 736pp • 2005 • Hbk Adoption price available on request

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

35


BIOLOGICAL, MEDICINAL & PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY

Essentials of Organic Chemistry

Medicinal Chemistry

Medicinal Natural Products

For Students of Pharmacy, Medicinal Chemistry and Biological Chemistry

An Introduction

A Biosynthetic Approach

2nd Edition

3rd Edition

GARETH THOMAS, University of Portsmouth, UK

PAUL M. DEWICK, University of Nottingham, UK

Medicinal Chemistry is a discipline at the intersection of chemistry and pharmacy involved with designing and developing pharmaceutical drugs. It involves the identification, synthesis and development of new chemical entities suitable for therapeutic use and also includes the study of existing drugs and their biological properties. Medicinal Chemistry: An Introduction, Second Edition provides a comprehensive, balanced introduction to this evolving and multidisciplinary area of research.

Medicinal Natural Products, Third Edition, provides a comprehensive and balanced introduction to natural products from a biosynthetic perspective, focusing on the metabolic sequences leading to various classes of natural products. The book builds upon fundamental chemical principles and guides the reader through a wealth of diverse natural metabolites with particular emphasis on those used in medicine: sources, production methods, use as drugs, semi-synthetic derivatives and synthetic analogues, and modes of action are all extensively covered.

PAUL M. DEWICK, University of Nottingham, UK Essential Organic Chemistry is an accessible introduction to the essentials of the subject needed by those students taking organic chemistry courses. Focusing on the key elements relevant to this target group, material is carefully chosen and explained with the extensive use of pharmaceutical and biochemical examples designed to provide a thorough grounding in fundamental chemical principles. Topics are carefully selected to ensure relevance and presented in a studentfriendly informal approach. Annotated schemes are included throughout to ensure consistency and reduce the need for lengthy textual explanations with worked examples provided to show typical examination problems and how to approach them. The selection of topics and their application to biological systems will make the book quite different from others available and of direct relevance to pharmacists, medicinal and biological chemists. Contents: Molecular Representations and Nomenclature; Atomic Structure and Bonding; Stereochemistry; Acids and Bases; Reaction Mechanisms; Nucleophilic Reactions – Nucleophilic Substitution; Nucleophilic Reactions of Carbonyl Groups; Synthesis of the Oral Contraceptive Ethinylestradiol; Electrophilic Reactions; Free Radical Reactions; Nucleophilic Reactions Involving Enolate Anions; Claisen and Aldol Reactions in Nature – Hmg-Coa and Mevalonic Acid; Heterocycles; Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins; Acetylcholinesterase; Nucleic Acids; Carbohydrates; The Organic Chemistry of Intermediary Metabolism. 9780470016664 • 710pp • 2006 • Pbk £34.95/€42.00

36

Contents: Preface; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; An Introduction to Drugs, their Action and Discovery; Drug Structure and Solubility; Structure-activity and Quantitative Structures Relationships; Computer Aided Drug Design; Combinatorial Chemistry; Drugs from Natural Sources; Biological Membranes; Receptors and Messengers; Enzymes; Nucleic Acids; Pharmacokinetics; Drug Metabolism; Complexes and Chelating Agents; Nitric Oxide; An Introduction to Drug and Analogue Synthesis; Drug Development and Production; Selective Further Reading; Answers to Questions; Index. 9780470025987 • 646pp • 2007 • Pbk £29.95/€36.00

Rapid advances have been made in the last decade in gene isolation and genetic engineering, leading to the elaboration of many biosynthetic pathways. Medicinal Natural Products has been extended and fully updated in this new edition to reflect and explain these new developments and other advances in the field. It retains the user-friendly style and highly acclaimed features of previous editions: Medicinal Natural Products, Third Edition, is an invaluable textbook for students of pharmacy, pharmacognosy, medicinal chemistry, biochemistry and natural products synthesis. Contents: About this Book, and How to Use it; Secondary Metabolism: The Building Blocks and Construction Mechanisms; The Acetate Pathway: Fatty Acids and Polyketides; The Shikimate Pathway: Aromatic Amino Acids and Phenylpropanoids; The Mevalonate and Methylerythritol Phosphate Pathways: Terpenoids and Steroids; Alkaloids; Peptides, Proteins, and Other Amino Acid Derivatives; Carbohydrates. 9780470741672 • 550pp • 2009 • Pbk £34.95/€42.00

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

Understanding Bioanalytical Chemistry

Practical Forensic Microscopy

Principles and Applications

BARBARA WHEELER and LORI J. WILSON, both of Eastern Kentucky University, USA

VICTOR GAULT, Biomedical Sciences and NEVILLE McCLENAGHAN, University of Ulster, UK Understanding Bioanalytical Chemistry: Principles and Applications is a core textbook, with supplementary learning materials, which provides a novel teaching and learning resource for tutors and students of first year undergraduate chemistry. The book describes basic principles, terminology, and core technologies, which include modern experimental techniques and equipment used to analyse important biomolecules in diagnostic, industrial, and research laboratory settings. It also provides an introduction to advanced technologies used in the emerging fields of genomics, peptidomics/proteomics, and metabolomics. Contents: Preface; Introduction to Biomolecules; Analysis and Quantification of Biomolecules; Transition Metals in Health and Disease; Ions, Electrodes and Biosensors; Applications of Spectroscopy; Centrifugation and Separation; Chromatography of Biomolecules; Principles and Applications of Electrophoresis; Applications of Mass Spectrometry; Immunochemical Techniques and Biological Tracers; Bioanalysis by Magnetic Resonance Technologies: NMR and MRI; Bioanalytical Approaches from Diagnostic, Research and Pharmaceutical Perspectives; SelfAssessment; Appendix 1: International System of Units (SI) and Common Prefixes; Appendix 2: The Periodic Table of the Elements; Appendix 3: Common Solvents and Biological Buffers; Appendix 4: Answers to Self-assessment Questions; Index.

A Laboratory Manual

This text provides students with a practical overview and understanding of the various microscopes and microscopic techniques employed within the field of forensic science. Each laboratory experiment has been carefully designed to cover the variety of evidence disciplines within the forensic science field with carefully set out objectives, explanations of each topic and worksheets to help students compile and analyse their results. Contents: Preface; Acknowledgements; Laboratory Safety; Microscope Maintenance; The Micro Kit; Experiments; The Stereomicroscope; The Compound Light Microscope; The Polarized Light Microscope; The Fluorescence Microscope; The Phase Contrast Microscope; Physical Match Examinations; Construction Examinations of Evidence; Lamp Filament Examinations; Fingerprint Examinations and Comparison; Tool Mark Examinations; Firearms Examinations; Shoe and Tire; Print/Impression Examinations; Botanical Examinations; Paint Examinations; Hair Examinations; Glass Examinations; Fiber Examinations; Soil Examination; Microchemical Testing – Inorganic Ions; Microscopic Analysis of Controlled Substances; Semen Examinations Instrumental Microscopy; Fourier Transform Infrared Microspectrometry; UV-Visible-NIR Microspectrophotometry; Thermal Microscopy; Scanning Electron Microscopy; Appendices; Glossary of Microscopy Terms; Index. 9780470031766 • 384pp • 2008 • Hbk £37.50/€45.00

Spin Dynamics Basics of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 2nd Edition MALCOLM LEVITT, University of Southampton, UK This text focuses on those essential principles and concepts needed for a thorough understanding of the subject, rather than its practical aspects. The quantum theory of nuclear magnets is presented within a strong physical framework, supported by a large number of figures, helping to make the text accessible to a wide range of readers. New to this edition: • New appendices on complex numbers, euler angles, average Hamiltonian theory, signal selection by field gradients. • Now includes material on field gradients, digitalization and exponentials of general matrices, CSA power patterns in solids, heteronuclear decoupling, Pake patterns in solids and Hartmann-Hahn cross-polarization. Brief Contents: Preface; Preface to the First Edition; Introduction. Part 1 Nuclear Magnetism; Magnetism; NMR Spectroscopy; Part 2 The NMR Experiment; Fourier Transform NMR; Part 3 Quantum Mechanics; Mathematical Techniques; Review of Quantum Mechanics; Part 4 Nuclear Spin Interactions; Nuclear Spin Hamiltonian; Internal Spin Interactions; Part 5 Uncoupled Spins; Ensemble of Spins-1/2; 12 Experiments on NonInteracting Spins-1/2; Quadrupolar Nuclei; Part 6 Coupled Spins; Spin-1/2 Pairs; Homonuclear AX System; Experiments on AX Systems; Many-Spin Systems; Many-Spin Dynamics; Part 7 Motion and Relaxation; Motion; Relaxation; Further Reading; Exercises; Appendices. 9780470511176 • 744pp • 2008 • Pbk £42.50/€51.00

9780470029077 • 304pp • 2009 • Pbk £29.95/€36.00

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

37


ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

Mass Spectrometry Principles and Applications

Analytical Chemistry

Organic Structures from Spectra

3rd Edition

6th Edition

4th Edition

E. DE HOFFMAN Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium and V. STROOBANT, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, Belgium

GARY D. CHRISTIAN, University of Washington, USA

L.D. FIELD, S. STERNHELL, both of University of Sydney and J.R. KALMAN, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

Mass Spectrometry, Third Edition provides students with a complete overview of the principles, theories and key applications of modern mass spectrometry. All instrumental aspects of mass spectrometry are clearly and concisely described: sources, analysers and detectors. Tandem mass spectrometry is introduced early on and then developed in more detail in a later chapter. Emphasis is placed throughout the text on optimal utilisation conditions. Various fragmentation patterns are described together with analytical information that derives from the mass spectra. This new edition has been thoroughly revised and updated and has been redesigned to give the book a more contemporary look. As with previous editions it contains numerous examples, references and a series of exercises of increasing difficulty to encourage student understanding. New to This Edition: • Increased coverage of MALDI and ESI. • Time of flight spectrometers are described in more detail. • New material on isotope ratio mass spectrometry. • Expanded range of applications. • Complete redesign to give the book a more modern look. Contents: Introduction. Ion Sources; Mass Analyzers; Detectors and Computers; Tandem Mass Spectrometry (MS/MS); Mass Spectrometry/Chromatography Coupling; Analytical Information; Fragmentation Reactions; Analysis of Biomolecules; Exercises. Appendices.

This text is designed for the undergraduate one-term Quantitative Analysis course (sometimes called Analytical Chemistry) for students majoring in Chemistry and related fields. It deals with principles and techniques of quantitative analysis. Examples of analytical techniques are drawn from such areas as life sciences, clinical chemistry, air and water pollution, and industrial analyses. Contents: Analytical Objectives, or What Analytical Chemists Do; Basic Tools and Operations in Analytical Chemistry; Data Handling and Spreadsheets in Analytical Chemistry; Good Laboratory Practice: Quality Assurance of Analytical Measurements; Stoichiometric Calculations: The Workhorse of the Analyst; General Concepts of Chemical Equilibrium; Acid-Base Equilibria; AcidBase Titrations; Complexometric Reactions and Titrations; Gravimetric Analysis and Precipitation Equilibria; Precipitation Reactions and Titrations; Electrochemical Cells and Electrode Potentials; Potentiometric Electrodes and Potentiometry; Redox and Potentiometric Titrations; Voltammetry and Electrochemical Sensors; Spectrochemical Methods; Atomic Spectrometric Methods; Sample Preparation: Solvent and SolidPhase Extraction; Chromatography: Principles and Theory; Gas Chromatography; Liquid Chromatography; Kinetic Methods of Analysis; Automation in Measurements; Clinical Chemistry; Century of Gene – Genomics and Proteomics: DNA Sequencing and Protein Profiling; Environmental Sampling and Analysis; Experiments. 9780471214724 • 848pp • 2003 • Hbk £48.99/€58.80

An updated and expanded edition of a successful introductory textbook. As with previous editions, this book combines basic theory, practical advice and sensible approaches to solving spectra problems together with a diverse range of such problems. It will therefore continue to prove invaluable to students studying organic spectroscopy across a range of disciplines. Specific changes for the new edition will include: • A significantly expanded section on 2D NMR spectroscopy focusing on COSY, NOESY and CH-Correlation. • Incorporating new material into some tables to provide extra characteristic data for various classes of compounds. • Additional basic information on how to solve spectroscopic problems. • Providing new problems within the area of 10 2D NMR spectroscopy. • More problems at the simpler end of the range. Contents: Introduction; Ultraviolet (UV) Spectroscopy; Infrared (IR) Spectroscopy; Mass Spectroscopy; Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy; 13C NMR Spectroscopy; Miscellaneous Topics; Determining the Structure of Organic Molecules from Spectra; Problems; Appendix; Index. Readership: Undergraduate chemistry students taking a first (compulsory) course in organic spectroscopy usually in the second year, and pharmacy and biochemistry students. 9780470319277 • 468pp • 2008 • Pbk £32.50/€39.00

9780470033111 • 502pp • 2007 • Pbk £34.95/€42.00

38

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

Basic One- and Two-Dimensional NMR Spectroscopy 4th Edition HORST FRIEBOLIN, Institute of Organic Chemistry, University of Heidelberg, Germany This thoroughly updated edition of the best-selling graduate text in NMR spectroscopy now includes new information on pulsed field gradient methods, presentation of software for spectra simulation, and spin echo experiments. Contents: The Physical Basis of NMR Spectroscopy; The Chemical Shift; IndirectSpin-Spin Coupling; Spectrum Analysis and Calculations; Double Resonance Experiments; Assignment of H and 13 C Signals; Relaxation; OneDimensional NMR Experiments using Complex Pulse Sequences; TwoDimensional NMR Spectroscopy; The Nuclear Overhauser Effect; Dynamic NMR Spectroscopy (DNMR); Shift Reagents; Macromolecules; NMR Spectroscopy in Biochemistry and Medicine; Subject Index. Index of Compounds. 9783527312337 • 430pp • 2005 • Pbk £45.00/€60.00

Chemical Analysis Modern Instrumentation Methods and Techniques 2nd Edition FRANCIS ROUESSAC, University of Maine, USA and ANNICK ROUESSAC, University of le Mans, France Chemical Analysis, Second Edition is an essential introduction to a wide range of analytical techniques and instruments. Assuming little in the way of prior knowledge, this text carefully guides the reader through the more widely used and important techniques, whilst avoiding excessive technical detail. Covering both instrumental techniques and the situations in which they are used, the text strives to maintain a balance between breadth and depth of coverage. Carefully structured, this book clearly differentiates between separation and spectral methods, and includes a section on more specialised techniques. Contents: Part One: Separation Methods: General Aspects of Chromatography; Gas Chromatography; High Performance Liquid Chromatography; Ion Chromatography; Planar Chromatography; Supercritical Fluid Chromatography; Size Exclusion Chromatography; Capillary Electrophoresis; Part Two: Spectroscopic Methods; Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy; Infrared Spectroscopy; Ultraviolet and Visible Absorption Spectroscopy; Fluorimetry; X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry; Atomic Absorption and Flame Emission Spectroscopy; Atomic Emission Spectroscopy; Part 3: Other Methods: Mass Spectrometry; Labelling Methods; Potentiometric Methods; Coulometric and Voltammetric Methods; Some Sample Preparation Methods; Basic Statistical Parameters; Solutions; Appendix; Bibliography; Table of Physico-Chemical Constants.

Modern Spectroscopy 4th Edition J. MICHAEL HOLLAS, University of Reading, UK The latest edition of this highly acclaimed text introduces the reader to a wide range of spectroscopies, and includes both the background theory and applications to structure determination and chemical analysis. It covers rotational, vibrational, electronic, photoelectron and Auger spectroscopy, as well as EXAFs and the theory of lasers and laser spectroscopy. Contents: Prefaces; Units, Dimensions and Conventions; Fundamental Constants; Useful Conversion Factors; Some Important Results in Quantum Mechanics; Electromagnetic Radiation and Its Interaction with Atoms and Molecules; General Features of Experimental Methods; Molecular Symmetry; Rotational Spectroscopy; Vibrational Spectroscopy; Electronic Spectroscopy; Photoelectron and Related Spectroscopies; Lasers and Laser Spectroscopy; Appendix; Index of Atoms and Molecules; Subject Index. Readership: Undergraduate students of chemistry, physics and chemical physics studying molecular spectroscopy, lasers and laser spectroscopy and molecular symmetry usually at second/third year level. 9780470844168 • 480pp • 2003 • Pbk £32.50/€39.00

9780470859032 • 600pp • 2007 • Pbk £34.95/€42.00

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

39


ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY Dictionary of Environmental Science and Technology 4th Edition A. PORTEOUS, The Open University, UK This superb and highly-acclaimed dictionary includes over 4000 in-depth entries on scientific and technical terminology associated with environmental protection and resource management. In addition, it contains numerous illustrations, a wide range of international case studies and extensive cross-references to guide the reader. The new edition will be a major update with 30% new material, additional illustrations and a greatly expanded list of relevant web resources.

9780470061954 • 826pp • 2008 Pbk • £27.50/€33.00

Contents: Preface to Fourth Edition; Preface to Third Edition; Preface to Second Edition; Preface; Introduction; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; The Dictionary; Appendix I Pollution and the Environment – Organizations; Appendix II The Periodic Table; Table of Chemical Elements; Appendix III Table of Prefixes for SI Units; Appendix IV Conversion Table for SI and British Units.

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY Principles and Applications of Photochemistry BRIAN WARDLE, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK A modern introduction to photochemistry, which starts by covering the principles, and then moves on to cover the applications. The applications are carefully linked back to the basic principles of photophysics and photochemistry. Little in the way of prior knowledge is assumed, and the reader is aided by numerous worked examples, learning objectives, chapter summaries and problems. The many and varied applications are drawn from such diverse subjects as lasers, the atmosphere, biochemistry, medicine and industry. Latest developments include photochemical molecular machines, photodynamic therapy applied to cancer, photochromatic imaging, and photostabilizers. Traditionally, photochemistry has been approached from either the physical or organic chemistry angle. Because of the increasingly multidisciplinary nature of the subject, and the applications, this differentiation is disappearing. This text covers both approaches, and maintains a careful balance between organic and photophysical chemistry throughout, with plenty of examples included to interest both audiences. 9780470014943 • 264pp • 2009 Pbk • £32.50/€39.00

40

Contents: Introductory Concepts; Light Absorption and Electronically Excited States; The Physical Deactivation of Excited States; Radiative Processes of Excited States; Intramolecular Radiationless Transitions of Excited States; Intermolecular Physical Processes of Excited States; Chemical Properties of Excited States; The Photochemistry of Alkenes; The Photochemistry of Carbonyl Compounds; Investigating Some Aspects of Photochemical Reaction Mechanisms; Semiconductor Photochemistry; An Introduction to Supramolecular Photochemistry.

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

Molecular Modelling for Beginners

Molecular Symmetry DAVID WILLOCK, University of Wales, Cardiff, UK

2nd Edition ALAN HINCHLIFFE, University of Manchester, UK A concise, basic introduction to modelling and computational chemistry including relevant introductory material to ensure greater accessibility to the subject. Carefully structured and including many real chemical examples, the text begins by introducing fundamental theories of classical mechanics and classical electrostatics focusing in particular on MM, MC and MD. Course: Third/fourth year undergraduates within chemistry, pharmacy, biochemistry, chemical engineering and materials science departments. Contents: Electric Charges and their Properties; The Forces between Molecules; Balls on Springs; Molecular Mechanics (MM); The Molecular Potential Energy Surface (PES); Molecular Mechanics Examples; Sharing Out the Energy; Quick Guide to Statistical Thermodynamics; Monte Carlo Simulations; Structure and Reactivity in Organic Chemistry Orbital model; Simple Molecules; The HF-LCAO Model; HF-LCAO Examples; Semiempirical Models; Electron Correlation; Density Functional Theory and the Kohn-Sham LCAO Equations; Accurate Thermodynamic Properties; The Gn Models; Transition States; Dealing with the Solvent; Hybrid Models. 9780470513149 • 428pp • 2008 • Pbk £34.95/€42.00

Molecular Symmetry is designed to carefully introduce the subject by combining symmetry with spectroscopy in a clear and accessible manner. Beginning with an introduction to symmetry in nature and chemistry, the text goes on to examine point groups, the interaction of light with molecules, electronic spectra of transition metal complexes with a final chapter on symmetry and the spectra of complexes. Each chapter introduces the subject gradually and ends with a series of self-test questions to enhance student understanding. Contents: Symmetry Elements and Operations; More Symmetry Operations and Products of Operations; The Point Groups Used with Molecules; Point Group Representations, Matrices and Basis Sets; Reducible and Irreducible Representations; Applications in Vibrational Spectroscopy; Symmetry in Chemical Bonding; Appendices; Index. 9780470853481 • 438pp • 2009 • Pbk £34.95/€42.00

Surface Science Foundations of Catalysis and Nanoscience 2nd Edition KURT KOLASINSKI, West Chester University, USA Surface Chemistry is an essential and developing area of physical chemistry and one that has become increasingly interdisciplinary. The Second Edition of Surface Science: Foundations of Catalysis and Nanoscience has been fully revised and updated to reflect all the latest developments in the field and now includes an extensive discussion about nanoparticle growth and the quantum confinement effects in nanoscale systems. Two new chapters have been added and discuss The Liquid/Solid Interface and NonThermal Reactions, and Photon and Electron Stimulated Chemistry and Atom Manipulation. There are now many more worked examples included throughout to help students develop their problemsolving skills. The book opens with an examination of the importance of heterogeneous reactions and lays the foundations for an understanding of chemical reactions at surfaces through a detailed treatment of surface electronic and geometric structure. Fundamental principles such as adsorption, desorption and reactions between adsorbates are examined, with extensive coverage of developments in the growth of epitaxial, and Langmuir-Blodgett films, as well as treatment of the etching of surfaces. Contents: Bulk and Surface Structure; Experimental Probes and Techniques; Chemisorption, Physisorption and Dynamics; Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Adsorption and Desporption; Liquid Interfaces; Heterogeneous Catalysis; Growth and Epitaxy; Laser and Nonthermal Chemistry: Photon and Electron Stimulated Chemistry and Atom Manipulation. 9780470033081 • 500pp • 2008 • Pbk £39.95/€48.00

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

41


MATERIALS SCIENCE

Materials Science and Engineering SI Version 8th Edition WILLIAM D. CALLISTER, University of Utah, USA

Building on the success of previous editions, this book continues to provide engineers with a strong understanding of the three primary types of materials and composites.

Building on the extraordinary success of seven best-selling editions, Bill Callister’s new Eighth Edition of Materials Science and Engineering continues to promote student understanding of the three primary types of materials (metals, ceramics, and polymers) and composites, as well as the relationships that exist between the structural elements of materials and their properties. The relationships among processing, structure, properties, and performance components for steels, glass-ceramics, polymer fibers, and silicon semiconductors are explored throughout the chapters. Features: • The discussion of the construction of crystallographic directions in hexagonal unit cells is expanded. • Clear and concise discussions: This text clearly conveys materials science and engineering concepts at an appropriate level to ensure student understanding. • The Eighth Edition maintains its extensive, introductory level coverage of mechanical properties and failure--the most important materials considerations for many engineers. • Current and up-to-date: Students are presented with the latest developments in Material Science and Engineering. • Concept Check questions throughout the chapters quiz students on their understanding of key ideas in the chapter. Answers are provided on the student companion site. • The approximate 500 figures include a large number of photographs that show the microstructure of various materials.

Contents: Introduction; Atomic Structure and Interatomic Bonding; The Structure of Crystalline Solids; Imperfections in Solids; Diffusion; Mechanical Properties of Metals; Dislocations and Strengthening Mechanisms; Failure; Phase Diagrams; Phase Transformations in Metals: Development of Microstructure and Alteration of Mechanical Properties; Applications and Processing of Metal Alloys; Structures and Properties of Ceramics; Applications and Processing of Ceramics; Polymer Structures; Characteristics, Applications, and Processing of Polymers; Composites; Corrosion and Degradation of Materials; Electrical Properties; Thermal Properties; Magnetic Properties; Optical Properties (Web Site); Materials Selection and Design Consideration; Economic, Environmental, and Societal Issues in Materials Science and Engineering. Appendix A: The International System of Units (Si) Appendix B: Properties of Selected Engineering Materials. Appendix C: Costs and Relative Costs for Selected Engineering Materials. Appendix D: Repeat Unit Structures for Common Polymers. Appendix E: Glass Transition and Melting Temperatures for Common Polymeric Materials.

WileyPLUS is a web-based application that assists instructors in preparing for classes and lectures and automates the process of assigning and grading homework. The power of WileyPLUS is that each problem is linked to the relevant section of the interactive book. It allows students to complete their homework online and receive instant feedback on their work. 9780470505861 1000pp May 2010 Pbk £47.99/€57.60

42

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


MATERIALS SCIENCE

Fundamentals of Materials Science and Engineering An Integrated Approach 3rd Edition WILLIAM D. CALLISTER, JR., University of Utah and DAVID G. RETHWISCH, University of Iowa, USA

This text treats the important properties of the three primary types of materials – metals, ceramics, and polymers – as well as composites, and the relationships that exist between the structural elements of these materials and their properties. This integrated approach is sometimes referred to as a non-metals first approach. Emphasis is placed on mechanical behaviour and failure, including techniques for improving the mechanical and failure characteristics by altering structural elements. Furthermore, individual chapters discuss corrosion, electrical, thermal, magnetic, and optical properties. New and cutting-edge materials are also discussed. Features: • Contains animated software modules that brings the material to life. • Highlights real-world applications to make the material more relevant. • Presents updated and modernized coverage of all material types, including polymers. • Includes new ‘Materials of Interest’ boxes to make concepts more interesting. • Provides a description of key equations in the margin for quick reference. Resources: WileyPLUS; Instructor’s Resource CD; Student CD Bundled with text; Interactive Materials; Science Modules; Self-Assessment Exercises; Solution Manual.

Contents: List of Symbols; Introduction; Atomic Structure and Interatomic Bonding; Structures of Metals and Ceramics; Polymer Structures; Imperfections in Solids; Diffusion; Mechanical Properties; Deformation and Strengthening Mechanisms; Failure; Phase Diagrams; Phase Transformations; Electrical Properties; Types and Applications of Materials; Synthesis, Fabrication, and Processing of Materials; Composites; Corrosion and Degradation of Materials; Thermal Properties; Magnetic Properties; Optical Properties; Materials Selection and Design Considerations (CD-ROM); Economic, Environmental, and Societal Issues in Materials Science and Engineering (CD-ROM); Appendix A: The International System of Units (SI); Appendix B: Properties of Selected Engineering Materials; Appendix C: Costs and Relative Costs for Selected Engineering Materials; Appendix D: Repeat Unit Structures for Common Polymers; Appendix E: Glasss Transition and Melting Temperatures for Common Ploymeric Materials; Glossary; Answers to Selected Problems; Index.

WileyPLUS is a web-based application that assists instructors in preparing for classes and lectures and automates the process of assigning and grading homework. The power of WileyPLUS is that each problem is linked to the relevant section of the interactive book. It allows students to complete their homework online and receive instant feedback on their work.

9780470234631 912pp 2008 Pbk £44.99/€54.00

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

43


MATERIALS SCIENCE NEW!

An Introduction to Applied Statistical Thermodynamics STANLEY I. SANDLER, University of Delaware, USA With the present emphasis on nano and bio technologies, molecular level descriptions and understandings offered by statistical mechanics are of increasing interest and importance. This text emphasizes how statistical thermodynamics is and can be used by chemical engineers and physical chemists. The text shows readers the path from molecular level approximations to the applied, macroscopic thermodynamic models engineers use, and introduces them to molecular-level computer simulation. Readers of this book will develop an appreciation for the beauty and utility of statistical mechanics. Features: 9780470913475 • 360pp December 2010 • Pbk £39.99/€48.00

• An applied approach, introducing Statistical Thermodynamics in practice: The author presents the ways in which statistical thermodynamics are used directly in engineering and scientific calculations, and also to give insights into the molecular level basis of the empirical models commonly used by engineers and scientists in practice. • Appropriate for a graduate level thermodynamics course: Developed by the author for part of his graduate level thermodynamics course, to introduce first-year graduate students to the fundamental ideas and engineering uses of statistical thermodynamics. Brief Contents: Introduction to Statistical Thermodynamics; The Canonical Partition Function; Ideal Polyatomic Gas; Chemical Reactions in Ideal Gases; Other Partition Functions; Interacting Molecules in a Gas; Intermolecular Potentials and the Evaluation of the Second Virial Coefficient; Monatomic Crystals; Simple Lattice Models of Fluids; Interacting Molecules in a Dense Fluid. Configurational Distribution Functions; Integral Equation Theories for the Radial Distribution Function; Computer Simulation; Perturbation Theory; Debye-Hückel Theory of Electrolyte Solutions; The Derivation of Thermodynamic Models from the Generalized van der Waals.

Understanding Solids The Science of Materials RICHARD J. D. TILLEY, University of Cardiff, Wales, UK A modern introduction to the subject taking a unique integrated approach designed to appeal to both science and engineering students. Covering a broad spectrum of topics, this book includes numerous up-to-date examples of real materials with relevant applications and a modern treatment of key concepts. The science bias allows this book to be equally accessible to engineers, chemists and physicists. Features: • Carefully structured into self-contained bite-sized chapters to enhance student understanding. • Questions in each chapter have been designed to reinforce the concepts presented. • Includes coverage of radioactivity. 9780470852767 • 616pp • 2004 Pbk • £39.95/€48.00

• Reflects a rapidly growing field from a science perspective. “...invaluable as a source of information on a wide range of materials.” – MATERIALS WORLD, 2005 Contents: Preface; The Electron Structure of Atoms; Chemical Bonding; States of Aggregation; Phase Diagrams; Crystallography and Crystal Structures; Metals, Ceramics, Polymers and Composites; Diffusion; Reactions and Transformations; Oxidation and Reduction; Mechanical Properties of Solids; Insulating Solids; Magnetic Solids; Electronic Conductivity in Solids; Optical Aspects of Solids; Thermal Properties; Radioactivity and Nuclear Reactions; Supplementary Material; Answers to Problems and Exercises; Chemical Index; Subject Index.

44

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


CHEMICAL ENGINEERING NEW EDITION!

Chemical Reactor Analysis and Design 3rd Edition GILBERT F. FROMENT, Texas A&M University, USA, KENNETH B. BISCHOFF, University of Delaware, USA and JURAY DE WILDE, Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium This Third Edition of the most comprehensive text on chemical reaction engineering is the standard in the field.

9780470565414 • 860pp September 2010 • Hbk Adoption price available on request

It retains its emphasis on the real world of chemical reaction engineering, one of the main objectives and strengths since the first edition, and widely recognized throughout the world. The text begins with basic definitions and fundamental principles of chemical kinetics and continues all the way to practical applications, emphasizing real-world aspects of industrial processes. The first part of the book covers applied or engineering kinetics, the second reactor analysis and design. In-text, contemporary case studies demonstrate applications of theory to practice across many possible, unexpected variables. The inclusion of many industrial examples is a strong point of the text. Readers will benefit from the authors’ insights, as they comment on the relative merits of different models throughout the text. Frequent references throughout to scholarly publications promote progressive professional habits. Contents: Elements of Reaction Kinetics; Kinetics of Heterogeneous Catalytic Reactions; Transport Processes with Reactions Catalyzed by Solids; Noncatalytic Gas-Solid Reactions; Catalyst Deactivation; Gas-Liquid Reactions; The Modeling of Chemical Reactors; The Batch and Semibatch Reactors; The Plug Flow Reactor; The Perfectly Mixed Flow Reactor; Fixed Bed Catalytic Reactors; Complex Flow Patterns; Fluidized Bed and Transport Reactors; Multiphase Flow Reactors.

NEW EDITION!

Separation Process Principles 3rd Edition ERNEST J. HENLEY, University of Houston, J. D. SEADER, University of Utah and D. KEITH ROPER, University of Arkansas, USA

The most comprehensive and up-to-date treatment of separation operations in the chemical industry.

9780470646113 • 940pp February 2011 • Pbk £48.99/€58.80

Provides review chapters on thermo and mass transfer, comprehensive discussion of many separation processes, photos, diagrams, and descriptions of process equipment, and challenging, realistic problems. Improved clarity, study questions, and boxed equations and examples are especially helpful for students encountering separation processes for the first time. Contents: 1 Separation Processes. 2 Thermodynamics of Separation Operations. 3 Mass Transfer and Diffusion. 4 Single Equilibrium Stages and Flash Calculations. 5 Cascades and Hybrid Systems. 6 Absorption and Stripping of Dilute Mixtures. 7 Distillation of Binary Mixtures. 8 Liquid–Liquid Extraction with Ternary Systems. 9 Approximate Methods for Multicomponent. 10 Multistage Separations. 11 Equilibrium-Based Methods for Multicomponent Absorption. 12 Stripping. 13 Enhanced Distillation and Supercritical Extraction. 14 Rate-Based Models for Vapor-Liquid Separation Operations. 15 Batch Distillation. 16 Membrane Separations. 17 Adsorption. 18 Ion Exchange. 19 Chromatography and Electrophoresis. 20 Leaching and Washing. 21 Crystallization. 22 Desublimation and Evaporation. 23 Drying of Solids. 24 Mechanical Phase Separations.

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

45


CHEMICAL ENGINEERING NEW EDITION!

Process Dynamics and Control 3rd Edition DALE E. SEBORG, University of California, THOMAS F. EDGAR, University of Texas, DUNCAN A. MELLICHAMP and FRANCIS J DOYLE III, both of University of California The text emphasizes process control techniques that are used in practice and provides detailed mathematical analysis only when it is essential for understanding the material. Key theoretical concepts are illustrated with numerous examples and simulations.

9780470646106 • 736pp January 2011 • Pbk £48.99/€58.80

Contents: Part One: Introduction to Process Control. 1 Introduction to Process Control. 2 Theoretical Models of Chemical Processes. Part Two: Dynamic Behavior of Processes. 3 Laplace Transforms. 4 Transfer Function and State-Space Models. 5 Dynamic Behavior of First-Order and Second-Order Processes. 6 Dynamic Response Characteristics of More Complicated Processes. 7 Development of Empirical Dynamic Models from Process Data. Part Three: Control System Design and Analysis. 8 Feedback Controllers. 9 Control System Instrumentation. 10 Process Safety and Process Control. 11 Dynamic Behavior and Stability of Closed-Loop Control Systems. 12 PID Controller Design, Tuning, and Troubleshooting. 13 Control at the Process Unit Level. 14 Frequency Response Analysis and Control System Design. 15 Feedforward and Ratio Control. Part Four: Advanced Process Control. 16 Enhanced Single-Loop Control Strategies. 17 Digital Sampling, Filtering, and Control. 18 Multiloop and Multivariable Control. 19 Real-Time Optimization. 20 Model Predictive Control. 21 Process Monitoring. 22 Batch Process Control. Part Five: Applications to Biological Systems. 23 Biosystems Control Design. 24 Dynamics and Control of Biological Systems.

NEW EDITION!

Radiation Detection and Measurement 4th Edition GLENN F. KNOLL, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA Known for its comprehensive coverage and up-to-date literature citations, this classic text provides students and instructors with the most complete coverage available of radiation detection and measurement. Over the decade that has passed since the publication of the third edition, technical developments continue to enhance the instruments and techniques available for the detection and spectroscopy of ionizing radiation. The Fourth Edition of this invaluable resource incorporates the latest developments and cutting-edge technologies to make this the most up-to-date guide to the field available.

9780470131480 • 860pp September 2010 • Hbk £49.99/€60.00

46

Contents: Radiation Sources; Radiation Interactions; Counting Statistics and Error Prediction; General Properties of Radiation Detectors; Ionization Chambers; Proportional Counters; Geiger–Mueller Counters; Scintillation Detector Principles; Photomultiplier Tubes and Photodiodes; Radiation Spectroscopy With Scintillators; Germanium Gamma-Ray Detectors; Other Solid-State Detectors; Slow Neutron Detection Methods; Fast Neutron Detection and Spectroscopy; Pulse Processing; Pulse Shaping, Counting, and Timing; Multichannel Pulse Analysis; Miscellaneous Detector Types; Background and Detector Shielding.

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

NEW EDITION!

Introduction to Chemical Engineering Tools for Today and Tomorrow 5th Edition KENNETH A. SOLEN and JOHN HARB, Brigham Young University, USA This concise book is a broad and highly motivational introduction for first-year engineering students to the exciting of field of chemical engineering. The material in the text precedes the traditional second-year topics. It provides students with, 1) materials to assist them in deciding whether to major in chemical engineering; and 2) help for future chemical engineering majors to recognize in later courses the connections between advanced topics and relationships to the whole discipline. Contents: What is Chemical Engineering?; The Role of Chemical Processing; Solving Engineering Problems (What Shall We Do?); Describing Physical Quantities; Material Balances (How Much Base Do We Need?); Spreadsheets (Calculating the Cost of the Base); Fluid Flow (Bringing the Base to the Acid); Mass Transfer (Mixing the Acid and the Base); Reaction Engineering (What Size Reactor?); Heat Transfer (Cooling Down the Product); Materials (An Important Equipment Feature); Controlling the Process; Economics (Is It All Worth It?); Case Studies (Integrating It All Together). 9780470885727 • 228pp • February 2011 Pbk • £24.99/€30.00

Chemical Process Design and Integration ROBIN SMITH, UMIST, UK

A Real-Time Approach to Process Control

Features:

2nd Edition

• Reflects the recent significant advances made in the process industries.

WILLIAM Y. SVRCEK, DONALD P. MAHONEY and BRENT R. YOUNG, all of University of Calgary, Canada,

• Covers how environmental issues have affected chemical process design. • Presented in an accessible, easy to understand way. Contents: 1 The Nature of Chemical Process Design and Integration. 2 Process Economics. 3 Optimization. 4 Thermodynamic Properties and Phase Equilibrium. 5 Choice of Reactor I – Reactor Performance. 6 Choice of Reactor II – Reactor Conditions. 7 Choice of Reactor III – Reactor Configuration. 8 Choice of Separator for Heterogeneous Mixtures. 9 Choice of Separator for Homogeneous Fluid Mixtures I – Distillation. 10 Choice of Separator for Homogeneous Fluid Mixtures II – Other Methods. 11 Distillation Sequencing. 12 Distillation Sequencing for Azeotropic Distillation. 13 Reaction, Separation and Recycle Systems for Continuous Processes. 14 Reaction, Separation and Recycle Systems for Batch Processes. 15 Heat Exchanger Networks I – Heat Transfer Equipment. 16 Heat Exchanger Networks II – Energy Targets. 17 Heat Exchanger Networks III – Capital and Total Cost Targets. 18 Heat Exchanger Networks IV – Network Design. 19 Heat Exchanger Networks V – Stream Data. 20 Heat Integration of Reactors. 21 Heat Integration of Distillation Columns. 22 Heat Integration of Evaporators and Dryers. 23 Steam Systems and Cogeneration. 24 Cooling and Refrigeration Systems. 25 Environmental Design for Atmospheric Emissions. 26 Water System Design. 27 Inherent Safety. 28 Clean Process Technology. 29 Overall Strategy for Chemical Process Design and Integration. 9780471486817 • 712pp • 2005 • Pbk £45.00/€54.00

Provides students with both a theoretical and practical introduction to this increasingly important approach. Assuming no prior knowledge of the subject, this text introduces all of the applied fundamentals of process control from instrumentation to process dynamics, PID loops and tuning, to distillation, multi-loop and plant-wide control. In addition, readers come away with a working knowledge of the three most popular dynamic simulation packages. The text carefully balances theory and practice by offering readings and lecture materials along with hands-on workshops that provide a ‘virtual’ process on which to experiment and from which to learn modern, real time control strategy development. Features: • A new section on boiler control in the chapter on common control loops. • The addition of new figures throughout the text. • A new solutions manual for the workshop problems. Contents: Preface; Acknowledgements; Endorsement; About the Authors; A Brief History of Control and Simulation; Process Control Hardware Fundamentals; Fundamentals of Single Input−Single Output Systems; Basic Control Modes; Tuning Feedback Controllers; Advanced Topics in Classical Automatic Control; Common Control Loops; Distillation Column Control; Using Steady-State Methods in a Multi-Loop Control Scheme; Plant-Wide Control; Appendices; Index. 9780470025345 • 344pp • 2006 • Pbk £37.50/€45.00

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

47


CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Transport Phenomena 2nd Edition REVISED R. BYRON BIRD, WARREN E. STEWART and EDWIN N. LIGHTFOOT, all of University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA Contents: Preface; The Subject of Transport Phenomena; PART I: MOMENTUM TRANSPORT; Viscosity and the Mechanisms of Momentum Transport; Shell Momentum Balances and Velocity Distribution in Laminar Flow; The Equations of Change for Isothermal Systems; Velocity Distributions with More Than One Independent Variable; Velocity Distributions in Turbulent Flow; Interphase Transport in Isothermal Systems; Macroscopic Balances for Isothermal Flow Systems; Polymeric Liquids; PART II: ENERGY TRANSPORT; Thermal Conductivity and the Mechanisms of Energy Transport; Shell Energy Balance and Temperature Distributions in Solids and Laminar Flow; The Equations of Change for Nonisothermal Systems; Temperature Distributions with More than One Independent Variable; Temperature Distributions in Turbulent Flow; Interphase Transport in Nonisothermal Systems; Macroscopic Balances for Nonisothermal Systems; Energy Transport by Radiation. PART III: MASS TRANSPORT; Diffusivity and the Mechanisms of Mass Transport; Concentration Distributions in Solids and Laminar Flow; Equations of Change for Multicomponent Systems; Concentration Distributions with More than One Independent Variable; Concentration Distributions in Turbulent Flow; Interphase Transport in Nonisothermal Mixtures; Macroscopic Balances for Multicomponent Systems; Other Mechanisms for Mass Transport; Appendices; Index. Resources: Instructor Resources – Instructor Solutions Manual, Instructor Resource CD. 9780470115398 • 920pp • 2007 • Hbk £49.99/€60.00

Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes

Product and Process Design Principles

3rd Edition

3rd Edition

R.M. FELDER, North Carolina State University and R.W. ROUSSEAU, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA Features:

WARREN D. SEIDER, University of Pennsylvania, USA, J.D. SEADER, University of Utah, USA, DANIEL R. LEWIN, Israel Institute of Technology, Israel and SOEMANTRI WIDAGDO

• A more modern approach to the use of equations of state in material balance calculations.

This text and accompanying CD present the steps for designing chemical products and processes, beginning with societal needs.

• New problems and case studies.

• Organization of text follows the key steps in product and process design, reflecting current practices and providing a sound, but flexible sequence of instruction.

• CD-ROM software designed to accompany the text contains interactive instructional tutorials, an encyclopaedia of chemical process equipment, a physical property database, a powerful but user friendly algebraic and differential equation-solving program, and other tools to help students study and learn the course material effectively. • Extended use of computer tools. Contents: What Some Chemical Engineers do for a Living; Introduction to Engineering Calculations; Processes and Process Variables; Fundamentals of Material Balances; Single-Phase Systems; Multiphase Systems; Energy and Energy Balances; Balances on Nonreactive Processes; Balances on Reactive Processes; Computer-Aided Balance Calculations; Balances on Transient Processes; Case Study: Production of Chlorinated Poly; Case Study: Synthesis of Methanol from Natural Gas; Case Study: Scrubbing of Sulfur Dioxide from Power Plant Stack Gases; Appendices. Resources: Solutions Manual, ICCP (Interaction Chemical Process Principles) – a guide and toolkit for students taking the introductory chemical engineering course. Contains reference materials that will be useful throughout the chemical engineering curriculum. 9780471375876 • 704pp • 2004 • Hbk + CD £47.99/€57.60

48

Synthesis, Analysis and Design

Contents: Introduction to Chemical Product Design; Product-Development Process; Materials Technology for Basic Chemicals: Molecular-Structure Design; Process Creation for Basic Chemicals; Simulation to Assist in Process Creation; Heuristics for Process Synthesis; Reactor Design and Synthesis of Networks Containing Reactors; Synthesis of Separation Trains; Heat and Power Integration; Mass Integration; Optimal Design and Scheduling of Batch Processes; Plantwide Controllability Assessment; Basic Chemicals Product Design Case Studies; Materials and Process/Manufacturing Technologies for Industrial Chemical Products; Industrial Chemicals Product Design Case Studies; Materials, Process/Manufacturing, and Product Technologies for Configured Consumer Products; Configured Consumer Product Design Case Studies; Heat Exchanger Design; Separation Tower Design; Pumps, Compressors, and Expanders; Polymer Compounding; Cost Accounting and Capital Cost Estimation; Annual Costs, Earnings, and Profitability Analysis; Design Optimization; Six-Sigma Design Strategies; Written Reports and Oral Presentations. Appendices. 9780470414415 • 768pp • 2009 • Pbk £47.99/€57.60

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY Essentials of Computational Chemistry Theories and Models 2nd Edition CHRISTOPHER J. CRAMER, University of Minnesota, USA Essentials of Computational Chemistry provides a balanced introduction to this dynamic subject. Suitable for both experimentalists and theorists, a wide range of samples and applications are included drawn from all key areas. The book carefully leads the reader thorough the necessary equations providing information explanations and reasoning where necessary and firmly placing each equation in context.

9780470091821 • 618pp • 2004 Pbk • £34.95/€42.00

Contents: Preface; Acknowledgements; What are Theory, Computation, and Modeling? Molecular Mechanics; Simulations of Molecular Ensembles; Foundations of Molecular Orbital Theory. Semiempirical Implementations of Molecular Orbital Theory. Ab Initio Implementations of Hartree-Fock Molecular Orbital Theory; Including Electron Correlation in Molecular Orbital Theory; Density Functional Theory; Charge Distribution and Spectroscopic Properties; Thermodynamic Properties; Implicit Models for Condensed Phases; Explicit Models for Condensed Phases; Hybrid Quantal/Classical Models; Excited Electronic States; Adiabatic Reaction Dynamics; Appendices; References; Index.

Introduction to Computational Chemistry 2nd Edition F. JENSEN, Odense University, Denmark Provides a comprehensive account of the fundamental principles underlying different methods, ranging from classical to the sophisticated. Although comprehensive in its coverage, this textbook focuses on calculating molecular structures and (relative) energies and less on molecular properties or dynamical aspects. No prior knowledge of concepts specific to computational chemistry are assumed, but the reader will need some understanding of introductory quantum mechanics, linear algebra, and vector, differential and integral calculus. • Timely new edition of highly regarded text. • Coverage ranges from first principles to latest advances. 9780470011874 • 624pp • 2006 Pbk • £39.95/€48.00

• Carefully written and structured to guide and aid students understanding of this exciting, but challenging subject. • Notation has been carefully used to comply with the most common usage. • Chapters have been written with the aim of making them as self-contained as possible, to allow flexibility in the structuring of courses and the order in which particular topics may be covered. • Website with additional information, references and updated material. Readership: Advanced undergraduates in third and fourth years, and postgraduate students in chemistry and pharmacy departments, as well as chemical engineering.

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

49


MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS FOR THE SCIENCES

Essential Mathematics and Statistics for Science

Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences

2nd Edition

MARY BOAS, DePaul University, UK

GRAHAM CURRELL and ANTONY DOWMAN, both of the University of the West of England, UK

Now in its third edition, Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences provides a comprehensive introduction to the areas of mathematical physics. It combines all the essential math concepts into one compact, clearly written reference.

3rd Edition

This book is a completely revised and updated version of this invaluable text. The revision of the material in the book has been matched, on the accompanying website, with the extensive use of video, providing worked answers to over 200 questions in the book plus additional tutorial support. The second edition has also improved the learning approach for key topic areas to make it even more accessible and user-friendly, making it a perfect resource for students of all abilities. Features: • Applied approach providing mathematics and statistics from the first to final years of undergraduate science courses. • Second edition substantially revised to improve the learning approach to key topics and the organisation of resources for ease of use in teaching. Contents: Mathematics and Statistics in Science; Scientific Data; Equations in Science; Linear Relationships; Logarithmic and Exponential Functions; Rates of Change; Statistics for Science; Distributions and Uncertainty; Scientific Investigation; ANOVA – Analysis of Variance; Non-parametric Tests for Medians; Correlation and Regression; Frequency and Proportion; Experimental Design.

Features: • An accessible introduction to mathematical physics. • Covers everything from Linear Algebra, Calculus, Analysis, Probability and Statistics, to ODE, PDE, Transforms and more. • Emphasizes intuition and computational abilities. • Expands the material on DE and multiple integrals. • Focuses on the applied side, exploring material that is relevant to physics and engineering. • Explains each concept in clear, easy-to-understand steps. Contents: Infinite Series, Power Series; Complex Numbers; Linear Algebra; Partial Differentiation; Multiple Integrals; Vector Analysis; Fourier Series and Transforms; Ordinary Differential Equations; Calculus of Variations; Tensor Analysis; Special Functions; Legendre, Bessel, Hermite, and Laguerre Functions; Partial Differential Equations; Functions of a Complex Variable; Probability and Statistics.

Experimental Methods An Introduction to the Analysis and Presentation of Data L. KIRKUP, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia This concise and easy to read text introduces first year students to the analysis and presentation of experimental data. Written for students taking introductory physics courses at tertiary level, Experimental Methods will be a vital resource for all students involved in experimental or laboratory work. It will be equally useful for other quantitative subjects such as chemistry, engineering and geology. Topics of fundamental importance such as keeping a laboratory notebook, analysing experimental data and report writing are often dealt with in separate texts. This book integrates these topics and provides many of the tools that students will need at first year level and beyond. Contents: Introduction to Experimentation; Characteristics of Experimental Data; Graphical Presentation of Data; Dealing with Uncertainties; Statistical Approach to Variability in Data; Fitting a Line to x-y Data: Least Squares Method; Reporting Experiments; Using a Pocket Calculator for Data Analysis; Spreadsheets in Data Analysis; Appendices; Answers; Index. Readership: For undergraduate laboratory courses in the physical sciences and engineering. 9780471335795 • 232pp • 1995 • Pbk £24.99/€30.00

9780471198260 • 864pp • 2005 • Hbk £44.99/€54.00

9780470694480 • 404pp • 2009 • Pbk £27.50/€33.00

50

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


Publishes April 2011

Publishes April 2011

Make Uni Life Easier with

Engaging and comprehensive guides for students To see a full range of For Dummies titles please email Sarah Upstone – supstone@wiley.com


INDEX AUTHOR

SHORT TITLE

AUTHOR

SHORT TITLE

ALLEN

Biophysical Chemistry

PAGE 35

LEVITT

Spin Dynamics, 2e

PAGE 37

AYLWARD

SI Chemical Data, 6e

22

LIDDLE

An Introduction to Modern Cosmology, 2e

18

BENSON

University Physics

7

LILLEY

Nuclear Physics

15

BERAN

Lab. Manual Principles of General Chemistry, 9e

21

MANDL

Quantum Field Theory, 2e

14

BIRD

Transport Phenomena, 2e

48

MANDL

Statistical Physics, 2e

14

BLACKMAN

Chemistry

19

MANSFIELD

Understanding Physics, 2e

5

BLOOMFIELD

How Things Work, 4e

6

MARTIN

Mid-Latitude Atmospheric Dynamics

17

BOAS

Math. Methods in the Physical Sciences, 3e

50

MARTIN

Nuclear and Particle Physics, 2e

15

BOYER

Concepts in Biochemistry, 3e

35

MARTIN

Particle Physics, 3e

12

BRADY

Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter, 6e

20

MAYO

Microscale Organic Laboratory, 5e

29

BROWN

Introduction to Organic Chemistry, 4e

26

McCALL

Classical Mechanics, 2e

9

CALLISTER

Fundamentals of Mats. Science & Eng., 3e

43

MILSOM

Field Geophysics, 3e

17

CALLISTER

Materials Science and Engineering, 8e

42

MOLONEY

Structure and Reactivity in Organic Chemistry

30

CHABAY

Matter and Interactions, 3e

9

MOOG

Chemistry, 5e

21

CHRISTIAN

Analytical Chemistry, 6e

38

MORISON

Introduction to Astronomy and Cosmology

18

CRAMER

Essentials of Computational Chemistry, 2e

49

NEWSHOLME

Functional Biochemistry in Health and Disease

34

CURRELL

Essent. Mathematics & Statistics for Science, 2e

50

PAIN

The Physics of Vibrations and Waves, 6e

10

CUTNELL

Essentials of Physics

7

PHILLIPS

Introduction to Quantum Mechanics

13

CUTNELL

Introduction to Physics, 8e

4

PHILLIPS

The Physics of Stars, 2e

18

DEVLIN

Textbook of Biochem. Clinical Correlations, 7e

33

PORTEOUS

Dictionary of Environ. Science & Technology, 4e

40

DEWICK

Essentials of Organic Chemistry

28/36

PRATT

Essential Biochemistry, 2e

34

DEWICK

Medicinal Natural Products, 3e

36

RAYMOND

General Organic and Biological Chemistry, 3e

30

EISBERG

Quantum Physics Atoms, Molecules, etc., 2e

14

RICHARDS

Essential Practical NMR for Organic Chemistry

26

FELDER

Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes, 3e

48

FIELD

Organic Structures from Spectra, 4e

ROUESSAC

Chemical Analysis, 2e

39

28/38

SANDLER

An Intro. Applied Statistical Thermodynamics

44

FLEMING

Molecular Orbitals & Organic Chem. Reactions

29

SEBORG

Process Dynamics and Control, 3e

46

FLUCK

Periodic Table of the Elements, 4e

22

SEIDER

Product & Process Design Principles, 3e

48

FORSHAW

Dynamics and Relativity

12

SHEEHAN

Physical Biochemistry, 2e

34

FRANKLIN

Intro. Biological Physics for Life Sciences

6

SILVERSTEIN

Spectrometric Ident. Organic Compounds, 7e

28

FRIEBOLIN

Basic 1&2-Dimensional NMR Spectroscopy, 4e

39

SMITH

Chemical Process

47

FROMENT

Chemical Reactor Analysis & Design, 3e

45

SOLEN

Intro. to Chemical Engineering, 5e

47

GASIOROWICZ

Quantum Physics, 3e

13

SOLOMON

Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing

11

GAULT

Understanding Bioanalytical Chemistry

37

SOLOMONS

Organic Chemistry, 10e

24

GRANT

Electromagnetism, 2e

11

SPENCER

Chemistry, 5e

21 23

HALLIDAY

Principles of Physics, 9e

3

STEED

Supramolecular Chemistry, 2e

HALLIDAY

Physics, 5e

8

STERNHEIM

General Physics, 2e

8

HEIN

Introduction to Chemistry, 13e

22

SVRCEK

A Real-Time Approach to Process Control, 2e

47

HEIN

Intro. to General, Organic and Biochemistry, 10e

20

THOMAS

Medicinal Chemistry, 2e

36

HENLEY

Separation Process Principles, 3e

45

TILLEY

Understanding Solids

44

HINCHLIFFE

Molecular Modelling for Beginners, 2e

41

TREFIL

Sciences, 6e

7

HOFFMAN

Mass Spectrometry, 3e

38

VINCENT

Molecular Symmetry and Group Theory, 2e

23

HOLLAS

Modern Spectroscopy, 4e

39

VOET

Biochemistry, 4e

31

HOOK

Solid State Physics, 2e

16

VOET

Principles of Biochemistry, 3e

32

JACKSON

Classical Electrodynamics, 3e

11

WALKER

The Flying Circus of Physics, 2e

6

JENSEN

Introduction to Computational Chemistry, 2e

49

WARDLE

Principles and Applications of Photochemistry

40

JOULE

Heterocyclic Chemistry, 5e

29

WARREN

Organic Synthesis, 2e

27

KANE

Physics SI, 3e

8

WARREN

Workbook for Organic Synthesis, 2e

27

KING

Vibrations and Waves

10

WEST

Basic Solid State Chemistry, 2e

23

KINSLER

Fundamentals of Acoustics, 4e

10

WHEELER

Practical Forensic Microscopy

37

KIRKUP

Experimental Methods

50

WHITFORD

Proteins

35 41

KITTEL

Introduction to Solid State Physics, 8e

16

WILLOCK

Molecular Symmetry

KLEIN

Organic Chemistry

25

WYATT

Organic Synthesis

27

KNOLL

Radiation Detection & Measurement, 4e

46

WYATT

Workbook for Organic Synthesis

28

KOLASINSKI

Surface Science, 2e

41

ZETTILI

Quantum Mechanics, 2e

12

KRANE

Introductory Nuclear Physics

15

ZUBRICK

The Organic Chem Lab Survival Manual, 8e

30

KRANE

Modern Physics, 2e

13

52

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


ORDERING INFORMATION

1

2

3

To request an inspection copy

To access supplementary material

Contact a representative

Inspection copies can be ordered via the website www.wiley.com/college Simply select the book you would like to request and click on the ‘Request an evaluation copy’ link on the top right of the page. Alternatively drop us an email to highereducation@wiley.com giving your full postal address and details of the book.

Most supplementary material can be accessed online at www.wiley.com/college

A full list of contact details can be found at the back of this catalogue.

Select the book concerned and click on the ‘Go to the Instructor Companion Site’ link on the top right of the page. If you are unable to find details please contact highereducation@wiley.com

For general enquiries, please email: highereducation@wiley.com

53


NOTES

54

Order your inspection copy online at: www.wiley.com


Wiley Academic Representation & European Offices

WILEY EUROPE Wiley Europe, Ltd The Atrium Southern Gate Chichester West Sussex PO19 8SQ England

Blackwell Publishing Ltd 9600 Garsington Road Oxford OX4 2DQ England Tel: +44 1865 776868 Fax: +44 1865 714591

Blackwell Munksgaard 1 Rosenørns Allé DK-1970 Frederiksberg C Denmark Tel: +45 7733 3333 Fax: +45 7733 3377

Blackwell Verlag Kurfürstendamm 58 D-10707 Berlin Germany Tel: +49 3032 79060 Fax: +49 3032 790610

WILEY-VCH Boschstrasse 12 69469 Weinheim Germany Tel: +49 6201 6060 Fax: +49 6201 606328 e-mail: info@wiley-vch.de

Tel: +44 1243 779777 Fax: +44 1243 775878 e-mail: customer@wiley.com

ACADEMIC SALES REPRESENTATION Higher Education Sales & Marketing Director Neil Broomfield Tel: +44 (0)1243 770408 Fax: +44 (0)1243 770571 e-mail: nbroomfi@wiley.com

North West England

Christopher Ross Mobile: +44 (0) 7968 106737 Fax: +44 (0) 1243 770571 e-mail: chross@wiley.com

Regional Sales Manager Matthew Wilson Tel: +44 (0) 114 237 5441 Fax: +44 (0) 114 237 5416 Mobile: +44 (0) 7956 638557 e-mail: mwilson@wiley.com

Scotland, North East England

European Academic Sales Manager Mark Hunt Tel: +44 (0)1243 770262 Fax: +44 (0)1243 770571 Mobile: +44 (0) 7801 010 235 e-mail: mahunt@wiley.com

e-Solutions Manager Iain Gibson Mobile: +44 (0) 7956 839558 e-mail: igibson@wiley.com

United Kingdom & Ireland

Margaret Van Der Esch

Italy

Tel: +44 (0) 1382 828165 Mobile: 07834 430714 e-mail: mvanderesc@wiley.com

Barbara Denuelle

Europe Academic Regional Sales Manager Iceland

James Fletcher Tel: +31 23 551 05 06 Fax: +31 23 551 54 82 Mobile: +31 6 23 36 44 94 e-mail: jfletche@wiley.com

South London, South East England

Sweden, Finland

TBA

Jonas Nordgren

Ireland

Fax: +44 (0) 1243 770571 Mobile: +46 768 521560 e-mail: jnordgre@wiley.com

Andrew Dawton Tel: +44 (0) 1880 820661 Mobile: + 44 (0) 7734 857072 Fax: +44 (0) 1243 770571 e-mail: adawton@wiley.com North London, Northern Home Counties, East Anglia

Caron Horsgood Tel: +44 (0) 1296 771065 Mobile: +44 (0) 7827 851959 Fax: +44 (0) 1243 770571 e-mail: chorsgood@wiley.com

Denmark and Norway

Camilla Vangsgaard Fax: +44 (0) 1243 770571 Mobile: +45 61 39 33 20 e-mail: cvangsga@wiley.com The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg

TBA Germany

Florian Högn South West England, Wales, Midlands

Carmel McCarthy Tel: +44 (0) 117 923 9147 Mobile: +44 (0) 7834 139900 Fax: +44 (0) 1243 770571 e-mail: mmccarthy@wiley.com

Tel: +49 (0) 8161 547 545 Mobile: +49 (0) 172 3999820 Fax: +49 (0) 8161 547546 e-mail: fhoegn@wiley.com

Tel: +44 (0) 1243 770592 Fax: +44 (0) 1243 770481 Mobile: +44 7770 336472 e-mail: bdenuelle@wiley.com Greece, Cyprus, Romania, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Serbia, Montenegro, Hungary

Philip Tyers Tel: +30 210 213 3436 Mobile: +306977558872 e-mail: ptyers@wiley.com Spain, Portugal

Sebastian Waingart Tel: +34917030672 Fax: +34913591056 Mobile: +34699619930 e-mail: swaingart@wiley.com France

Sarah Bogun Tel: +44 (0) 1243 770478 Fax: +44 (0) 1243 770481 e-mail: sbogun@wiley.com Poland, Czech Rep, Slovakia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, The Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Belarus, Armenia, Moldova, Georgia

Kinga Pradryga Jacek Lewinson Publishers’ Representative Mobile: +48 502 615 752 e-mail: kinga@jaceklewinson.com

Tel: +49 62 01 60 61 36 Fax: +49 62 01 60 61 00 e-mail: college@wiley-vch.de

Middle East and Africa – Egypt, Libya, The Maghreb, Kenya, Ethiopia, Israel, West Africa

Ben Fasham Tel: +44 (0) 1865 476659 Mobile: +44 (0) 7734 857 074 e-mail: bfasham@wiley.com

Regional Sales Manager Middle East - Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, Yemen

Melissa Abbots Tel/Fax: +44 (0) 1243 770330 Mobile: +44 (0) 7834 856903 e-mail: mabbots@wiley.com UAE, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia

Matt Santaspirt Tel: +44 (0) 1243 779777 Fax: +44 (0) 1243 770481 Mobile: +44 (0) 7920 536761 e-mail: msantaspir@wiley.com Iran, Pakistan, Kuwait, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan

Mehdi Omranloo Tel: +98 21 225 81259/225 56500 Fax: +98 21 225 66017 e-mail: momranlo@wiley.com

Regional Sales Manager South Africa (Western Cape), Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozamique, Namibia, Rwanda, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe

Penny de la Plain Tel: +27 21 674 1734 Mobile: +27 82 658 5270 e-mail: jwiley@icon.co.za South Africa Inland

Carol Pepper

Austria, Switzerland

Bettina Adler & Gabriele Walther

Regional Sales Manager

Middle East & Africa General Sales Manager Middle East and Africa

Geoff Naylor Tel/Fax: +44 (0)1243 770341 Mobile: +44 (0) 7889 325487 e-mail: gnaylor@wiley.com

Fax: +27 11 465 5023 Mobile: +27 82 322 2479 e-mail: cpepper@icon.co.za Southern Africa East Coast, Eastern Cape, Free State, KwaZulu-Natal

Janice Rimbault Tel: +27 31 266 36 99 Mobile: +27 82 321 67 07 e-mail: wiley@mwebbiz.co.za

For more books in this area visit our website: wiley.com/go/highereducation


www.wiley.com/go/highereducation

Visit our website for further information and to view additional resources.

To request catalogues in other subject areas email

HigherEducation@wiley.com

905938

JOHN WILEY & SONS LTD Chichester • London • New York • Brisbane • Singapore • Toronto


Physics and Chemistry 2011 Catalogue