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Introduction to Chromotography

This Concepts in Chemistry book provides an introduction to chromatography for post-16 students who have never used the technique before. Published in 1969, the book explains the theory, techniques and gives example of experiments and guides to reading the results.

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[b]1. Introduction...

Spectroscopy in Chemistry

The aim of this Concepts in Chemistry book was to indicate the varied applications of spectroscopy in the field of chemistry. Written in 1969, it was written specifically for post-16 students meeting chemical spectroscopy for the first time.

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[b]1 Introduction[/b]
1.1 What is...

Structure and Behaviour

This book provides an introduction for post-16 students to the structure of inorganic substances and in particular to the relationship between structure and behaviour.

Written in 1970, the text encourages students to consider the structure of substances. The book considers structure in terms of electron...

The Chemical Electron

This book looks at the laws of the motion of the electron and it was written to extend and deepen the understanding of the role of the electron in chemistry.

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1. The hydrogen atom: a proton and an electron
2. The elements: multi-electron atoms
3. The chemical electron...

Contemporary School Mathematics Exercises: 1

This resource, published by Edward Arnold, was written to supply a set of examples on the 'modern' topics required for the St. Dunstan's College O-level examination syllabus, but many of the chapters go beyond the needs of O-level.

The text preceding each exercise is brief, but there are references to other...

Matrices: Pure and Applied

This resource from the Contemporary School Mathematics collection published by Edward Arnold, is intended as an extension and continuation of Matrices 1 and Matrices 2 at Sixth Form level. The book contains a short revision of '0' level matrix work but is, in fact, completely self-contained. The first section (...

Mastering Computer Programming

This resource explores the concept of computer programming. Although the book is from a different era of computer programs, the basic principles still hold true and the text contains a number of ideas and examples which may be adapted for use today. Each section of the book gives examples of code to illustrate the...

Further Computer Programming in Basic

This book emphasises the concepts, skills and techniques of programming and the importance of a disciplined approach to the task of designing and writing programs. Whilst the examples given are written in the high level language BASIC, the principles can be applied to more modern languages. The book consists of...

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