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Chemistry : Decade By Decade by
Call Number: QD15 .G74
The book provides an outline of advances in the field of chemistry. It features solid, accessible information that is geared toward younger students, college students, teachers, and scientists and non-scientists alike. This volume is also enhanced with black-and-white photographs and line illustrations.
Forensic Chemistry by
Call Number: RA1057 .N49
This accessible book examines the chemical characteristics of fuels and explosives, as well as arson-related methods; other ways of identifying criminals through chemical processes, including blood and bodily fluid analyses, the chemical characteristics found in fibers and hair, and latent and DNA fingerprinting; and the chemical properties of drug analysis.
Chemistry of Drugs by
Call Number: RS403 .N496
It describes the chemical principles on which the processes of developing drugs are based, along with an overview of the applications and hazards associated with a variety of drugs available both legally and illegally.Coverage also includes attempts to find and develop new natural products for use as drugs; the potential for curing diseases, such as cancer; the growing field of biotechnology; and combinational chemistry, a method of producing, evaluating, and developing new chemical compounds with possible value as drugs.
Pushing Electrons by
Call Number: QD251.3 .V65
Publication Date: 1997-07-31
By Daniel P. Weeks. This brief text teaches a skill essential to learning organic chemistry. By working through the program, students learn to push electrons to generate resonance structures and write organic mechanisms.