Age of the molecule

A description of the key developments in the molecular sciences and those likely to happen in the future. These include the many remarkable discoveries made in the life sciences, and the huge variety of technological applications of chemistry: liquid crystals, batteries, catalysts, plastics and novel electronic materials.

The book also explains how chemistry is actually carried out - methods of making and analyzing molecules, calculating their properties and studying how and why chemical reactions occur. 

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Author(s)Nina Hall
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