Monday, December 10th, 2018

Chemistry


Many more eBooks related to chemistry are available through the Library’s databases.

    Chemical demonstrations: a sourcebook for teachers by Lee R. Summerlin. Washington, DC: American Chemical
                  Society, 1988. Call no: QD43 .S77 1988b

    Chemistry and medicines: an introductory text by James Ralph Hanson. Cambridge: Royal Society of Chemistry, c2006.

    Chemistry basics by William C. Robertson. Arlington, Va. : National Science Teachers Association, c2007.

    Chemistry connections the chemical basis of everyday phenomena, 2nd, by Kerry K. Karukstis. Boston : Academic
                  Press, c2003.

    Chemistry for dummies by John T. Moore. New York, NY: Wiley Pub., 2003. Call no: QD31.3 b .M66 2003

    Chemistry for the biosciences : the essential concepts by Jonathan Crowe. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University
                  Press, 2010.

    Chemistry in the garden by James Ralph Hanson. Cambridge, UK: RSC Publishing, c2007.

    Chemistry in Theatre Insufficiency, Phallacy or Both by Carl Djerassi. Singapore: World Scientific, 2012.

    The chemistry of medical and dental materials by John W. Nicholson. Cambridge, UK : Royal Society of
                  Chemistry, c2002.

    The chemistry of polymers , 3rd., by John W. Nicholson. Cambridge: Royal Society of Chemistry, c2006.

    Chemistry of the climate system by Detlev Möller. Berlin ; New York : De Gruyter, c2010.

    Chemistry of the natural atmosphere by Peter Warneck. San Diego : Academic Press, c1988.

    Chemistry of the upper and lower atmosphere theory, experiments, and applications by Barbara J. Finlayson-Pitts.
                  San Diego: Academic Press, c2000.

    Chemistry, pharmacy and revolution in France, 1777-1809, by Jonathan Simon. Aldershot, England ; Burlington, Vt.:
                   Ashgate, c2005.

    Chemistry teacher certification exam , 2nd, by Sharon A. Wynne. Boston: XAMonline, c2009.

    Chemistry: The Impure Science, 2nd, by Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent and Jonathan Simon. Singapore: Imperial College
                  Press. 2012.

    Chemistry was their life pioneering British women chemists, 1880-1949 by Marelene F. Rayner-Canham. London:
                  Imperial College Press; Hackensack, NJ: Distributed by World Scientific Pub., c2008.

    Concise encyclopedia biochemistry by Thomas Scott. Berlin; New York: de Gruyter, 1988.
                  Call no: QD415.A25 B713 1988

    Concise encyclopedia chemistry by Mary Eagleson. Berlin; New York: Walter de Gruyter, 1994.
                  Call no: QD4 .A2313 1994

    Crucibles: the story of chemistry from ancient alchemy to nuclear fission by Bernard Jaffe. New York: Dover
                  Publications, 1976.Call no: QD21 b .J3 1976

    Hawley’s condensed chemical dictionary revised by Richard J. Lewis, Sr. New York: Wiley, 2002. Call no: QD5 .C5 2002

    Instant notes in biochemistry by B. D. Hames. Oxford: BIOS Scientific Publishers; New York: Springer, 1997.
                  Call no: QP518.3 .H355 1997

    Macmillan encyclopedia of chemistry by Lagowski, J. J. New York: Macmillan Reference USA, 1997.
                  Call no: QD4 .M33 1997

    McGraw-Hill concise encyclopedia of chemistry . New York: McGraw-Hill, 2004. Call no: QD4 .M34 2004

    McGraw-Hill dictionary of chemical terms by Sybil P. Parker. New York: McGraw-Hill, [1985].
                  Call no: REF QD5 b .M356 1985

    The new everyday science explained by Curt Suplee. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 2004.
                  Call no: Q162 .S943 2004

    Reinhold encyclopedia of chemistry by Douglas M. Considine Van Nostrand. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1984.
                  Call no: QD5 .V37 1984

    Thanatochemistry: a survey of general, organic, and biochemistry for funeral service professionals by James M. Dorn .
                  Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 1998. Call no: QD31.2 .D654 1998