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Chemometrics: Data Analysis for the Laboratory and Chemical Plant

Date: Jan 21, 2003

Author: Richard G. Brereton

This book is aimed at the large number of people who need to use chemometrics but do not wish to understand complex mathematics, therefore it offers a comprehensive examination of the field of chemometrics without overwhelming the reader with complex mathematics. * Includes five chapters that cover the basic principles of chemometrics analysis. * Provides two chapters on the use of Excel and MATLAB for chemometrics analysis. * Contains 70 worked problems so that readers can gain a practical understanding...

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Handbook of Molecular Physics and Quantum Chemistry

Date: Jan 17, 2003

Author: Stephen Wilson, Peter F. Bernath, Roy McWeeny

Published in three volumes, this comprehensive reference work brings together in a single source for the first time, a detailed presentation of the most important theoretical concepts and methods for the study of molecules and molecular systems. The logical format of the Handbook allows the reader to progress from the foundations of the field to the most important and exciting areas of current research. Edited and written by an outstanding international team, and containing over 100 articles written by...

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Bioinformatics For Dummies

Date: Jan 17, 2003

Author: Jean-Michel Claverie, Ph. D., Cedric Notredame, Ph.D.

Bioinformatics – the process of searching biological databases, comparing sequences, examining protein structures, and researching biological questions with a computer – is one of the marvels of modern technology that can save you months of lab work. And the most amazing part is that, if you know how, you can use highly sophisticated programs over the Internet without paying a dime and sometimes, without installing anything new on your own computer. All you need to know is how to use...

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Experimental Design for Combinatorial and High Throughput Materials Development

Date: Jan 7, 2003

Author: James N. Cawse

In the past decade, combinatorial and high throughput experimental methods have revolutionized the pharmaceutical industry, allowing researchers to conduct more experiments in a week than was previously possible in a year. Now high throughput experimentation is rapidly spreading from its origins in the pharmaceutical world to larger industrial research establishments such as GE and DuPont, and even to smaller companies and universities. Consequently, researchers need to know the kinds of problems, desired...

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Principles and Applications of Ion Scattering Spectrometry: Surface Chemical and Structural Analysis

Date: Oct 29, 2002

Author: J. Wayne Rabalais

Ion scattering spectrometry, a powerful analytical tool used to determine the structure and composition of a substance, addresses critical problems in semiconductors, thin film growth, coatings, computer chips, magnetic storage devices, bioreactive surfaces, catalytic surfaces, and electrochemical surfaces (including the large battery industry). Principles and Applications of Ion Scattering Spectrometry: Surface Chemical and Structural Analysis represents the first and only book on this exciting field,...

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Encyclopedia of Imaging Science and Technology, 2 Volume Set

Date: Feb 27, 2002

Author: Joseph P. Hornak

This encyclopedia is the first to offer in-depth coverage of imaging science and technology from a diverse range of applications, techniques and fields of study. Today imaging is used by astronomers to map distant galaxies, oceanographers to map the sea floor, chemists to map the distribution of atoms on a surface, physicians to map the functionality of the brain and electrical engineers to map electromagnetic fields around power lines. With this encyclopedia, scientists, engineers and physicians can...

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Molecular Fluorescence

Date: Jan 15, 2002

Author: Bernard Valeur

Today, fluorescence spectroscopy is an important tool of investigation in many areas. In analytical sciences, its advantage is extremely high sensitivity and selectivity - even single molecules can be detected - and it achieves a high spatial resolution and time resolution in combination with microscopic techniques or laser techniques, respectively. In material sciences, this is used to study structure and dynamics of surfaces. Particularly in the areas of biochemistry and molecular genetics, fluorescence...

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Handbook of Vibrational Spectroscopy

Date: Dec 20, 2001

Author: John M. Chalmers, Peter Griffiths

THE DEFINITIVE RESOURCE The first truly comprehensive work on vibrational spectroscopy, providing a one-stop reference for infrared, near-infrared and Raman spectroscopy. AUTHORITATIVE, ... With contributions from acknowledged leaders in the field, the calibre of the editors and authors speaks for itself. Volume 1: Theory and Instrumentation Volume 2: Sampling Techniques Volume 3: Sample Characterization and Spectral Data Processing Volume 4: Applications in Industry, Materials and the Physical...

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Reviews in Computational Chemistry, Volume 17, Reviews in Computational Chemistry, Volume 17

Date: Dec 11, 2001

Author: Kenny B. Lipkowitz, Donald B. Boyd

Computational chemistry is increasingly used in most areas of molecular science including organic, inorganic, medicinal, biological, physical, and analytical chemistry. Researchers in these fields who do molecular modelling need to understand and stay current with recent developments. This volume, like those prior to it, features chapters by experts in various fields of computational chemistry. Two chapters focus on molecular docking, one of which relates to drug discovery and cheminformatics and the other...

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Scanning Probe Microscopy and Spectroscopy: Theory, Techniques, and Applications, 2nd Edition

Date: Jan 3, 2001

Author: Dawn Bonnell

A practical introduction to basic theory and contemporary applications across a wide range of research disciplines Over the past two decades, scanning probe microscopies and spectroscopies have gained acceptance as indispensable characterization tools for an array of disciplines. This book provides novices and experienced researchers with a highly accessible treatment of basic theory, alongside detailed examples of current applications of both scanning tunneling and force microscopies and...

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