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Chemical Safety Data Sheets
$60.84
Royal
January-01-1990
Volume 3 - Corrosives and Irritants
This series of publications provides the information needed to accurately assess the risks involved in the handling of chemicals and the steps required to prevent accidents. The data sheets are clearly and systematically presented, providing an ideal reference format for quick scanning and assessment. Each volume in the series covers a group of chemicals of particular interest. Every data sheet contains the following information: Name; Structure; Risks; Safety Precautions; Identifiers; Limit Values; Physical Properties; Packaging and Transportation; Manufacture; Uses; Chemical Hazards; Biological Hazards; Carcinogenicity; Mutagenicity; Reproductive Hazards; First Aid; Handling and Storage; Disposal; Fire Precautions; Further Reading; Extensive References. Chemical Safety Data Sheets are an essential source of reference for everyone concerned with chemical safety.
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The Dictionary of Substances and their Effects (DOSE)
$219.18
Royal
January-01-1993
Da to Dim
The Dictionary of Substances and their Effects (DOSE) is a unique, user-friendly guide to over 4,000 chemicals and the adverse effects they have on life forms and the environment across the globe. DOSE brings together essential data on mammalian and avian toxicity, occupational exposure, ecotoxicity and environmental fate, plus physical properties and a full list of references. Compiled with the aid of EC, UK, US and Canadian official lists, DOSE is published in seven alphabetical volumes. Each volume contains an index of chemical names, CAS Registry Numbers and molecular formulae, and a glossary of biological organisms. An index volume covering all the chemicals included in DOSE is also available. DOSE enables the user to make rapid hazard assessments of chemicals, facilitating risk assessment and further action. Such a store of information is of critical importance to scientists, health and safety officers, environmentalists, industry professionals, regulators and researchers - indeed anyone affected by or concerned about chemicals and their potential effects on the environment the world over. The 2nd edition of DOSE includes new toxicity, environmental and regulatory data from the world's literature, presented in concise summaries. These new data are essential for the accurate assessment of the risks associated with the use and disposal of chemicals. Data on over 100 chemicals new to this edition have been added, including endocrine disruptors, food carcinogens, pesticides and compounds studied by IARC and NTP. All of the 4000 chemicals contained in the 1st edition have been reviewed. New and updated information for these chemicals includes: * occupational exposure limits for 6 countries * recent toxicity and ecotoxicity data * results of new carcinogenicity, mutagenicity and environmental fate studies * the latest regulatory requirements DOSE 2nd edition comprises 7 hardcover volumes covering over 4000 chemicals alphabetically, and includes indexes of substance names and synonyms, molecular formulae, and CAS Registry Numbers; glossaries of medical terms and Latin to English organism names; an abbreviations listing and a comprehensive guide to the types of data and their origin. Free sitewide access to the DOSE web database is included in the purchase price. In addition to the RSC print/web database package, DOSE is available via Knovel's Engineering and Scientific Online Reference, located at www.knovel.com.
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Biotransformations
$189.54
Royal
March-02-1990
A Survey of the Biotransformations of Drugs and Chemicals in Animals
Biotransformations, Volume 2, is a unique and important source for those involved in the discovery and development of new compounds. The whole series broadly covers the scientific literature for the period 1987 to 1994. The series provides a complete survey of the biotransformations, in vertebrates, of the following: Pharmaceuticals; agrochemicals; food additives; environmental chemicals; industrial chemicals. Biotransformations provides a ready way of accessing information on the known pathways for the biotransformation of structurally-related compounds. Key functional groups provide an index-related procedure for retrieving information on compounds of interest. A further index allows the retrieval of examples of specific biochemical reactions which may have wider application. Each volume corresponds roughly with the scientific literature published during a calendar year. Each volume contains a review chapter which discusses examples of novel biotransformations, species differences, stereochemical aspects and mechanisms of toxicity associated with specific biotransformations.
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Chemical Thermodynamics
$17.94
Royal
February-09-1990
Revision and Worked Examples
Chemical Thermodynamics sets out to teach thermodynamics through its applications and presents the theory of the subject in short revision form, while covering the syllabus required by the Institution of Chemical Engineers. The book discusses ideal systems in the early chapters, before dealing with non-ideal and open systems. It provides examples, graded from simple to more complex, which follow the brief exposition of the theory in each chapter and gives special attention to areas which students find difficult (these examples were selected to illustrate the theory without being repetitive and are given at the end of each revision section, followed by answers). Also provided are three appendices dealing with mathematical requirements, constants and units, and conversion factors.
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Chemical Atomic and Molecular Theory 1800-1900
$7.03
Royal
January-01-1992
Chemical, Atomic, and Molecular Theory 1800-1900 shows the chronological development of knowledge in the subject during the 19th century, from the atomic theory of Dalton in 1807 to the discovery of the electron in the 1890s. It is arranged in four colour-coded columns showing: new work resulting in the discoveries of the elements; the empirical tradition in chemistry; atomic theory; and the dialogue between the last two, which led to the concept of valency and the formation of the periodic table of the elements. Central to this chart is the Karlsruhe Conference of 1860, where chemistry was first recognized as one subject. In addition, key concepts are highlighted to mark their place in the history of chemistry. Like the other wallcharts in the series, this one can be used to answer fundamental questions about the discovery of the elements, the origins of chemical ideas and theories, and developments in the study of atomic and molecular theory.
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Vitamin C
$24.18
Royal
January-01-1991
Its Chemistry and Biochemistry
Vitamin C is the first book to cover the history, chemistry, biochemistry, and medical importance of vitamin C and is the first to provide an in-depth, interdisciplinary study of this essential and fascinating compound. The book provides a comprehensive and systematic account of the vitamin C story, fully surveying the history of scurvy and how its cure led to the suggestion, discovery, and isolation of the vitamin, later named L-ascorbic acid. It describes in detail the vitamin's structure determination, synthesis and manufacture, and its oxidation products, derivatives and related compounds. Its key biochemical roles are fully categorized and explained, and the medical importance of the vitamin, including the recent use of so-called megadoses, is thoroughly discussed. Vitamin C will be of interest to a very wide readership and will provide useful background information and inspiration for students at various levels. It will also be relevant to the interested chemist or lay person, as well as those carrying out research in this area.
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Classic Chemistry Package
$60.84
Royal
October-13-2000
Chemistry is an experimental subject, and what can be more stimulating than carrying out a laboratory experiment where the results are memorable either by their visual nature or by their tying together of theory. This collection of 100 chemistry experiments has been developed with the help and support of teachers throughout the UK. Each student worksheet is accompanied by a teachers' notes sheet which gives details for teachers and technicians on apparatus and chemicals, timing, context, teaching tips, background theory and answers to any questions on the student worksheets. The student worksheets are also available on the web, and can be downloaded or adapted as necessary by teachers. Classic Chemistry Experiments is designed as a teaching aid to help communicate the excitement and wonder of chemistry to students, and is ideal for both experienced chemistry teachers and to scientists from other disciplines who are teaching chemistry.
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Official and Standardised Methods of Analysis
$170.04
Royal
September-19-1994
The Chemistry of Art
$17.94
Royal
January-01-2000
Produced in collaboration with the National Gallery, this resource pack outlines a range of activities for pre- and post-16 students of chemistry and art.  Printed in full colour throughout, the pack comprises:
* A guide to using the pack
* A3-sized prints of 10 paintings from the National Gallery, London
* A booklet with historical information on each painting, including details on the part science played in cleaning, conservation and restoration
* A booklet of experiments for pre-16 students
* A booklet for post-16 students
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Analysis
$23.40
Royal
March-03-1988
What Analytical Chemists Do?
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The Use of Computers for Laboratory Automation
$35.88
Royal
November-29-1993
The Use of Computers for Laboratory Automation gives readers sufficient knowledge of computer systems and automation to enable them to read, and evaluate critically, technical literature and system specifications, thereby allowing the active participation in the selection, implementation, use and maintenance of computer systems in laboratories. The Use of Computers for Laboratory Automation addresses the fundamental concepts in computer engineering, software engineering and automation. It places the emphasis on principles of operation rather than on `product specific' details, which makes it independent and to a large degree `future-proof'. Particular attention is given to Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) and the associated verification and valuation of computers in regulated (GLP) environments. The book is written in an approachable style, using simple technical language, making it easily accessible to scientists at all professional levels (licentiate, graduate, practising professional) and capacities (technician, analyst, technical manager etc.), and from many different disciplines.
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Experimental Toxicology
$127.09
Royal
December-22-1993
The Basic Issues
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Getting the Message Across
$14.82
Royal
January-01-2003
Key Skills for Scientists
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The Origins of Organic Chemistry 1800-1900
$7.03
Royal
January-01-1992
The Origins of Organic Chemistry 1800-1900 was the first wallchart to be produced in the series and illustrates how the increasingly detailed knowledge of organic composition gradually unfolded over the last century. It traces the development of formulae from the simple empirical to the more complex steric and highlights the inter-relationship between analysis, synthesis and structure. Central to these developments were the Unitary and Dualistic traditions, the union of which, in 1860, provides a focus for the chart and shows how modern organic chemistry began to take shape in the second half of the nineteenth century. The wallchart also documents the resulting advances in stereoisomerism, tautomerism, and aliphatic and aromatic chemistry, as well as parallel developments in organic synthesis and natural product chemistry, clearly showing that the history of organic chemistry is not a series of isolated discoveries but overlapping and inter-related events. The Origins of Organic Chemistry 1800-1900 is arranged in columns, colour coded to relate to the different subject areas covered, and has a key to indicate where information has relevance to another column. It is attractive, clearly laid out and informative, making it ideal for anyone with an interest in chemistry, whether in an academic or a professional environment.
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Basic Principles of Colloid Science
$17.94
Royal
September-16-1988
This book provides an introduction to colloid science, based on the application of the principles of physical chemistry. Early chapters assume only an elementary knowledge of physical chemistry and provide the basis for more thorough discussion in later chapters covering specific aspects of colloid science. The widespread occurrence of colloids is stressed and the more important industrial applications of colloid technology are outlined. The final chapter deals with the future of colloid science and indicates the directions in which further developments are likely to take place. The book is ideal for undergraduate courses and, supplemented by further reading, for postgraduates too. It will also be useful to industrial research workers who wish to become familiar with the basic ideas and their many important applications to industry.
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Ion Exchange
$26.91
Royal
July-12-1994
Theory and Practice
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Flame Spectrometry in Environmental Chemical Analysis
$60.84
Royal
November-24-1994
A Practical Guide
Flame Spectrometry in Environmental Chemical Analysis is a simple, user-friendly guide to safe flame spectrometric methods for environmental samples. It explains key processes involved in achieving accurate and reliable results in atomic absorption spectrometry, atomic fluorescence spectrometry and flame emission spectrometry, showing the inter-relationship of the three techniques, and their relative importance. Flame Spectrometry in Environmental Chemical Analysis presents the important information with thoroughness and clarity, and in a style that makes it valuable to students and researchers using these techniques. It also offers straightforward reading for environmentalists with interests in such areas as pollution research, agriculture, ecology, soil science, geology and forestry; informing researchers of exactly what they can expect to be able to determine by flame spectrometric methods. Newcomers to flame spectrometry will gain increased confidence, job skills and many handy tips and ideas from this book. It will impart a strong working knowledge that can be translated into sound data in the laboratory.
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Industrial Chemistry 1800-1900
$7.03
Royal
January-01-1993
Industrial Chemistry 1800-1900 is an attractive and colourful wallchart, illustrating key developments in a number of major chemistry based industries in the important historical period that comprised the nineteenth century. Industries covered include: The Alkali Industry, Chemicals from Coal, Dyestuffs, Chemicals for Agriculture, Explosives, and Pigments. Within each category the wallchart traces the development of industrial processes and the scientists responsible for these developments. A separate function refers to the establishment of a number of key chemical manufacturers. Industrial Chemistry 1800-1900 will be a useful acquisition for science teachers, lecturers and people with an interest in the history of science.
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The Periodic Table of the Elements
$11.70
Royal
January-31-1995
This colourful and highly popular wallchart measures 130 cm x 76 cm and covers the first 105 elements. Each group is identified by a particular tinted background and each element, photographed where possible in colour, is discussed with regard to its position in the hierarchy of matter. Additional information for each element includes chemical symbol, atomic number, atomic mass, and number of electrons. This chart is a particularly useful aid for teachers and students, and would also be an interesting and worthwhile purchase for any establishment.
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Chemistry of Biomolecules
$30.42
Royal
June-11-2002
An Introduction
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