Best Molecular Chemistry Books
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1. The Regenerative Grower's Guide to Garden Amendments: Using Locally Sourced Materials to Make Mineral and Biological Extracts and Ferments
Author: by Nigel Palmer
Revitalize your gardenand go beyond compostby making your own biologically diverse inoculants and mineral-rich amendments using leaf mold, weeds, eggshells, bones, and other materials available for little or no cost! In The Regenerative Grower’s Guide to Garden Amendments, experimental gardener and author Nigel Palmer provides practical, detailed instructions that are accessible to every grower who wants to achieve a truly sustainable garden ecosystemall while enjoying better results at a fraction of the cost of commercial fertilizer products.
These recipes go beyond fertilizer replacement, resulting in greater soil biological activity and mineral availability. They also increase pest and disease resistance, yields, and nutrient density. Recipes include: Extracting nutrients from plant residues using simple rainwater techniques Extracting minerals from bones and shells using vinegar Fermenting plant juices and fish Culturing indigenous microorganisms (IMO) Inspired by the work of many innovative traditional agricultural pioneers, especially Cho Ju-Young (founder of the Korean Natural Farming method), The Regenerative Grower’s Guide to Garden Amendments also includes a primer on plant-soil interaction, instructions for conducting a soil test, and guidance on compost, cover cropping, mulching, measuring the quality of fruits and vegetables using a refractometer, and other aspects of sustainable gardeningmaking it a must-have resource for any serious grower.
2. Reactions: An Illustrated Exploration of Elements, Molecules, and Change in the Universe
Author: by Theodore Gray
Black Dog & Leventhal
The third book in Theodore Gray’s bestselling Elements Trilogy, Reactions continues the journey through the world of chemistry that began with his two previous bestselling books The Elements and Molecules. With The Elements, Gray gave us a never-before-seen, mesmerizing photographic view of the 118 elements in the periodic table.
In Molecules, he showed us how the elements combine to form the content that makes up our universe. With Reactions Gray once again puts his one-of-a-kind photography and storytelling ability to work demonstrating how molecules interact in ways that are essential to our very existence.
The book begins with a brief recap of elements and molecules and then goes on to explain important concepts the characterize a chemical reaction, including Energy, Entropy, and Time. It is then organized by type of reaction including chapters such as “Fantastic Reactions and Where to Find Them,” “On the Origin of Light and Color,” “The Boring Chapter,” in which we learn about reactions such as paint drying, grass growing, and water boiling, and “The Need for Speed,” including topics such as weather, ignition, and fire.
3. Chemistry: A Molecular Approach (4th Edition)
Author: by Nivaldo J. Tro
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Nivaldo Tro presents chemistry visually through multi-level imagesmacroscopic, molecular, and symbolic representationshelping readers see the connections between the world they see around them (macroscopic), the atoms and molecules that compose the world (molecular), and the formulas they write down on paper (symbolic).
4. Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change
Author: by Martin Silberberg
ISBN: 9781260575231 is an International Student Edition of Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change (9e) 9th Edition by: Martin Silberberg and Patricia Amateis This ISBN: 9781260575231 is Textbook only. It will not come with online access code. Online Access code (should only be purchased when required by an instructor ) sold separately at other ISBN The content of of this title on all formats are the same.
Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change by Martin Silberberg and Patricia Amateis has been recognized in the general chemistry market as an unparalleled classic. The revision for the ninth edition focused on continued optimization of the text. To aid in this process, we were able to use data from literally thousands of student responses to questions inLearnSmart, the adaptive learning system that assesses student knowledge of course content.
The data, such as average time spent answering each question and the percentage of students who correctly answered the question on the first attempt, revealed the learning objectives that students found particularly difficult, which we addressed by revising surrounding text or adding additional learning resources such as videos and slideshows.
5. Physical Chemistry: A Molecular Approach
Author: by Donald A. McQuarrie
University Science Books
As the first modern physical chemistry textbook to cover quantum mechanics before thermodynamics and kinetics, this book provides a contemporary approach to the study of physical chemistry. By beginning with quantum chemistry, students will learn the fundamental principles upon which all modern physical chemistry is built.
The text includes a special set of “MathChapters” to review and summarize the mathematical tools required to master the material Thermodynamics is simultaneously taught from a bulk and microscopic viewpoint that enables the student to understand how bulk properties of materials are related to the properties of individual constituent molecules.
This new text includes a variety of modern research topics in physical chemistry as well as hundreds of worked problems and examples.
6. Hexagonal Graph Paper Composition Notebook: Organic Chemistry & Biochemistry Note Book, 1/4 inch hexagons (Science Notebooks Series) (Chem Lab Science Journals)
Author: by Enchanted Willow
This hexagonal graph paper notebook is ideal for chemistry notes and practice, IUPAC naming and drawing out organic structures. Soft Cover Perfect Bound Glued Spine1/4 inch Hexagonal Graph PaperUse as Math and Science Notebook, Graphing & Drawing or Sketch Journal
7. Lab Notebook: Chemistry Laboratory Notebook for Science Student / Research / College [ 101 pages * Perfect Bound * 8 x 10 inch ] (Composition Books – Specialist Scientific)
Author: by smART bookx
Chemistry Lab Book [ US 8.99 $5.98 | UK 6.99 4.78 | CA 11.99 $7. 78 ]Note: this book does NOT support page duplicationIF LOOK INSIDE ISN’T LOADING scroll down to see in customer reviews (USA only). Book Cover: Tough paperback with Periodic Table, Useful Constants, Common Metric Prefixes and Electron Shell Configurations on the back.
Binding: Secure professional paperback binding, i.E. It’s built to last; pages won’t fall out after a few months of use.Dimensions: 20.3 x 25.4 cm (8 x 10). (Almost the same width as A4 but a few cm shorter in height just that bit easier to squeeze into a bag.
Interior: 101 pages of thick white paper (minimizes ink bleed-through),- Grid ruled with thin lines that don’t overpower personal notation,- Unit Conversion Tables on the back page. Matching Products: Two other Laboratory Notebooks with the same reference tables and internal content as this one but cover designs more specific to biological and physical sciences.
[Search on Amazon for science and bookx (don’t forget the ‘x’)]. Similar Products: A range of Composition Notebooks suitable for school, college and work. They are the same paper quality and dimensions as this Lab book (8 x 10 inch) but are college ruled internally.
8. Graph Paper Notebook, 5 Squares Per Inch: Quad Ruled Composition Notebook for Students (Graph paper notebooks)
Author: by Nova Studio
5×5 Graph Paper Composition Notebook From the bestselling graph paper notebooks studio. Graph notebook for School/College students, math, science, engineering, etc. Makes a wonderful daily graph/grid notebook to draw, write, journal, take notes, make lists, and much more creativity!
This is a simple and durable all-purpose daily graph/grid notebook. There is plenty of room inside for drawing, writing notes, journaling, doodling, list-making, creative writing, school notes, and capturing ideas. It can be used as a notebook, journal, diary, or composition book.
Features designer artwork. Perfect for all ages – kids or adults! About this graph notebook100 pages, Grid ruled on both sides with thin gray linesSoft Matte Cover – Designer ArtworkPerfect size for school: 9.75 in.7. 5 in (9 3/4″ x 7 1/2″)Customer testimonials:S. L.”I love this graph book, it contains plenty of graphing paper.
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9. Understanding Molecular Simulation: From Algorithms to Applications (Computational Science Series, Vol 1)
Author: by Daan Frenkel
Understanding Molecular Simulation: From Algorithms to Applications explains the physics behind the “recipes” of molecular simulation for materials science. Computer simulators are continuously confronted with questions concerning the choice of a particular technique for a given application. A wide variety of tools exist, so the choice of technique requires a good understanding of the basic principles.
More importantly, such understanding may greatly improve the efficiency of a simulation program. The implementation of simulation methods is illustrated in pseudocodes and their practical use in the case studies used in the text. Since the first edition only five years ago, the simulation world has changed significantly – current techniques have matured and new ones have appeared.
This new edition deals with these new developments; in particular, there are sections on: Transition path sampling and diffusive barrier crossing to simulaterare eventsDissipative particle dynamic as a course-grained simulation techniqueNovel schemes to compute the long-ranged forcesHamiltonian and non-Hamiltonian dynamics in the context constant-temperature and constant-pressure molecular dynamics simulationsMultiple-time step algorithms as an alternative for constraintsDefects in solidsThe pruned-enriched Rosenbluth sampling, recoil-growth, and concerted rotations for complex moleculesParallel tempering for glassy Hamiltonians Examples are included that highlight current applications and the codes of case studies are available on the World Wide Web.
10. Problems and Solutions to Accompany Mcquarrie and Simon, Physical Chemistry: A Molecular Approach
Author: by Heather Cox
University Science Books
This manual is designed to complement McQuarrie and Simon’s new Physical Chemistry: A Molecular Approach by providing a detailed solution for every one of the more than 1400 problems found in the text.
11. Discovering Chemistry With Natural Bond Orbitals
Author: by Frank Weinhold
This book explores chemical bonds, their intrinsic energies, and the corresponding dissociation energies which are relevant in reactivity problems. It offers the first book on conceptual quantum chemistry, a key area for understanding chemical principles and predicting chemical properties. It presents NBO mathematical algorithms embedded in a well-tested and widely used computer program (currently, NBO 5.9).
While encouraging a “look under the hood” (Appendix A), this book mainly enables students to gain proficiency in using the NBO program to re-express complex wavefunctions in terms of intuitive chemical concepts and orbital imagery.
12. Molecular Vibrations: The Theory of Infrared and Raman Vibrational Spectra (Dover Books on Chemistry)
Author: by E. Bright Wilson Jr.
Because of its connection with laser technology, the theory of infrared and Raman vibrational spectra is even more important now than when this book was first published. As the pioneering text in the field and as the text still preferred today, Molecular Vibrations is the undeniable choice of anyone teaching or studying molecular spectroscopy at the graduate level.
It is the only book of its kind in the area written by well-known scientists, and besides its value as a pedagogical classic, it is an essential reference for anyone engaged in research. The genius of the book is its rigorous, elegant treatment of the mathematics involved in detailed vibrational analyses of polyatomic molecules.
The reader is led carefully and gradually through the main features of the theory and its methods: starting from a valuable introduction to the theory of molecular vibrations and the application of wave mechanics to this subject; leading into the mathematical methods devised by Professor Wilson and his students for handling the mathematical problems and for making use of symmetry and group theory; proceeding through vibrational selection rules and intensities, potential functions and methods of solving the secular determinant; and concluding with a sample vibrational analysis of the molecule of benzene.
13. Life's Ratchet: How Molecular Machines Extract Order from Chaos
Author: by Peter M Hoffmann
October 30, 2012
Life is an enduring mystery. Yet, science tells us that living beings are merely sophisticated structures of lifeless molecules. If this view is correct, where do the seemingly purposeful motions of cells and organisms originate? In Life’s Ratchet, physicist Peter M.
Hoffmann locates the answer to this age-old question at the nanoscale. Below the calm, ordered exterior of a living organism lies microscopic chaos, or what Hoffmann calls the molecular storm – specialized molecules immersed in a whirlwind of colliding water molecules.
Our cells are filled with molecular machines, which, like tiny ratchets, transform random motion into ordered activity, and create the “purpose” that is the hallmark of life. Tiny electrical motors turn electrical voltage into motion, nanoscale factories custom-build other molecular machines, and mechanical machines twist, untwist, separate and package strands of DNA.
The cell is like a city – an unfathomable, complex collection of molecular workers working together to create something greater than themselves. Life, Hoffman argues, emerges from the random motions of atoms filtered through these sophisticated structures of our evolved machinery.
14. Intermolecular and Surface Forces
Author: by Jacob N. Israelachvili
Intermolecular and Surface Forces describes the role of various intermolecular and interparticle forces in determining the properties of simple systems such as gases, liquids and solids, with a special focus on more complex colloidal, polymeric and biological systems. The book provides a thorough foundation in theories and concepts of intermolecular forces, allowing researchers and students to recognize which forces are important in any particular system, as well as how to control these forces.
This third edition is expanded into three sections and contains five new chapters over the previous edition.
15. Dynamics of Molecules and Chemical Reactions
Author: by Robert Wyatt
Covers both molecular and reaction dynamics. The work presents important theroetical and computational approaches to the study of energy transfer within and between molecules, discussing the application of these approaches to problems of experimental interest. It also describes time-dependent and time-independent methods, variational and perturbative techniques, iterative and direct approaches, and methods based upon the use of physical grids of finite sets of basic function.