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  • Author:
    John Emsley
  • ISBN:
    0198558198
  • ISBN13:
    978-0198558194
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  • Publisher:
    Oxford University Press; 3 edition (June 11, 1998)
  • Pages:
    304 pages
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    Chemistry
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John Emsley, Science Writer in Residence Department of Chemistry, Imperial College, London. This is the best book of this type that I have ever seen. The Elements" is a handy reference for chemistry students and teachers and for the lay person who wants to learn more.

John Emsley, Science Writer in Residence Department of Chemistry, Imperial College, London. Series: Oxford Chemistry Guides. You will learn the history and structure of each element and much more.

John Emsley lectured in chemistry for twenty-five .

He is now Science Writer in Residence in the Chemistry Department at the University of Cambridge. Emsley's 'Molecule of the Month' column for TheIndependent, which ran from 1990 to 1996, brought home to a wide readership how chemistry impinges on every aspect of our daily lives. JohnEmsley's much praised book The Consumer's Good Chemical Guide won the Rhone-Poulenc Science Book Prize in 1995. Библиографические данные.

by John Emsley This started out life as a data book of chemistry, which never materialised.

The properties include chemical data, physical data, biological data, nuclear data, electron shell data, crystal data, and geological data. This started out life as a data book of chemistry, which never materialised, although I did completed the section on the elements. This languished in a drawer in my desk until one day a representative of Oxford University Press called to tell me about their latest books and casually asked if I'd ever though of writing one.

Dr John Emsley (born 1938) is a UK popular science writer, broadcaster and academic specialising in chemistry. From 1997 to 2002 he was Science Writer in Residence at the Department of Chemistry at Cambridge University, England, during which time he started and wrote the newsletter [email protected]

ISBN 10: 019855818X ISBN 13: 9780198558187.

ISBN 10: 019855818X ISBN 13: 9780198558187. Publisher: Oxford University Press, 1998.

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John Emsley, Chemistry Department, University of Cambridge

John Emsley, Chemistry Department, University of Cambridge.

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Nature's Building Blocks: An A-Z Guide to the Elements by. John Emsley. score: 263, and 3 people voted.

score: 363, and 4 people voted. Nature's Building Blocks: An A-Z Guide to the Elements by.

The third edition of this widely acclaimed reference book collects together the most important facts about all the chemical elements in a single easy-to-use guidebook. Not only in this edition has the author completely revised and updated his text, but he has also responded to reader demand for additional material. A major new chapter on the discovery and development of the periodic table has been added. The existing sections on the chemical, physical, nuclear, electron-shell, and environmental properties of elements have been updated and new sections on biological, crystal, and geological data have been added. There is also more information on the discovery, etymology, pronunciation and foreign names of the elements.

Spilberg
A very nice concise guide to the elements and their properties. It has a bit of an odd shape, tall and narrow.
Oreavi
I am interested in "The Elements" third edition by John Emsley. Please notify me upon its availability. Thank you!!!
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AGAD
For the first time all the key facts about the 100 or so elements that make up the world. Easy-to-use in about 300 pages. This is the best book of this type that I have ever seen. "The Elements" is a handy reference for chemistry students and teachers and for the lay person who wants to learn more. You will learn the history and structure of each element and much more.
Dodo
This is the book that I tell my students is my "bible." I use it in class in and in the preparation of my exams. The information in it is well organized and as up-to-date at it can be for the subject matter. Some of the "elements" are not there but that is because they were discovered after the publication date. I highly recommend this book to my colleagues.
Wenes
I bought this book not realizing that is nothing more that two sheets for each element, collecting useful, but quite easily found data. Do not expect any written text. In the internet era, just look at the NIST site, I hardly see the need of such compilation.