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Chemistry new titles in 1Q2020   Encyclopedia of Water (5-Vol Set) Encyclopedia of Water: Science, Technology, and Society Patricia Maurice John Wiley and Sons (JL) ISBN: 9781119300755 2976 pages, March 2020 1061.00 GBP Flyer Launch date: February 24, 2020 The Encyclopedia of Water: Science, Technology and Society is a high quality, comprehensive, reference work that reflects the current state of the field from multidisciplinary global viewpoints. Written and peer-reviewed by experts in the field from around the world, the Encyclopedia features standalone, authoritative, verifiable, carefully edite ... read more

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  Chemistry from De Gruyter   To point out some new chemistry titles offered by De Gruyter Complete Title List  (click to download) **** Recommended Titles Mihail Ionescu: Polyols for Polyurethanes. Volume 2 Mihail Ionescu De Gruyter (JL) ISBN: 9783110640373 352 pages, September 2019 129.95 EUR Environmental Functional Nanomaterials Qiang Wang, Ziyi Zhong De Gruyter ... read more

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The Periodic Table of Chemical Elements is one of the most significant achievements in science. 2019 marks the 150th anniversary of the Mendeleev periodic table and has been designated by UNESCO as the International Year of the Periodic Table (IYPT).   Download our Wiley Periodic Table of Books Download booklist  Download new Chemistry titles booklist (published between January 2018 and March 2019) Discover key books which focus on the elements ... read more

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The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016 was awarded to Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart and Bernard L. Feringa for the design and synthesis of molecular machines Who else could have published the newest Stoddart book, if not Wiley? I just want to make you aware that we have a brand new book publishing on October 28th by Carson Bruns and J. Fraser Stoddart ( This year’s Nobel prize winner).  This book is on the topic that J. Fraser Stoddart won the Nobel prize for "world’s tiniest machines" www.nature.com I don’t think this has ever happen before in science publishing: A ... read more
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