Maths for Chemistry: A chemist's toolkit of calculations Paperback – 15 Apr 2010

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Product Description Review The new edition of Maths for Chemistry extends expands and improves on the excellent first edition. Changes include new chapters covering more introductory material as well as more advanced material making this the most comprehensive mathematics text book specifically written for chemists that I have seen. REviews The Higher Education Academy UK Physical Sciences Centre The book is well written throughout and has an admirable step-by-step approach to teaching ( Chemistry World ) Maths for Chemistry is the best mathematical toolkit currently available to chemists. ( Matthew Ryder student Heriot-Watt University ) About the Author Revd Dr Paul Monk is Team Vicar at Medlock Head Parish in Oldham and was Senior Lecturer in Physical Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry and Materials at Manchester Metropolitan University Manchester where he lectured and researched since 1991. Dr Monk gained a BSc (Hons) in Chemistry and a PhD on electrochemistry from the University of Exeter. His research investigates electrochromism and the development of electrochromic materials a subject area in which he has published over 40 journal articles and several monographs. He is the author of two textbooks Electroanalytical Chemistry: Principles and Fundamental Applications (Wiley 2001); and Physical Chemistry - Exploring our Chemical World (Wiley 2004). Lindsey J. Munro received both an MA in Natural Sciences and a PhD in Theoretical Chemistry from the University of Cambridge (Downing College). Postdoctoral Research Fellowships at the University of Pittsburgh and in industry in Switzerland followed. After having compared life as a researcher in both industry and universities she opted for the freedom of academia and returned home to start life as a lecturer at the Manchester Metropolitan University. She currently lectures in Thermodynamics and Quantum Mechanics whilst pursuing her research into understanding flavour using computational chemistry.

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