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Ruby Under A Microscope

Author : Pat Shaughnessy
ISBN : 9781593275273
Genre : Computers
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"An under-the-hood look at how the Ruby programming language runs code. Extensively illustrated with complete explanations and hands-on experiments. Covers Ruby 2.x"--
Category: Computers

The Ore Minerals Under The Microscope

Author : Bernhard Pracejus
ISBN : 9780444528636
Genre : Science
File Size : 72.1 MB
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This is a very detailed colour atlas for ore/opaque minerals (ore microscopy) with the main emphasis on name and synonyms, mineral group, chemical composition, information about major formation environment, optical data, reflection colour/shade comparison with 4 common/standard minerals of a similar colour or grey shade, up to 5 high-quality photos for each mineral with scale, and a short description of the pictures. A compilation from some of the prominent publications in the field of ore microscopy yielded a list of 431 minerals are included in this atlas. * Concise full colour pictorial reference for scientists and geologists * Explains how to describe and identify microscopic samples of minerals * Draws material from prominent literature yielding over 400 different minerals
Category: Science

Ruby In Practice

Author : Jeremy McAnally
ISBN : UOM:39076002800733
Genre : Computers
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A guide to Ruby programming covers such topics as scripting, Web services, asynchronous messaging, structured documents, and searching and indexing.
Category: Computers

Archaeological Science Under A Microscope

Author : Michael Haslam
ISBN : 9781921536854
Genre : Social Science
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These highly varied studies, spanning the world, demonstrate how much modern analyses of microscopic traces on artifacts are altering our perceptions of the past. Ranging from early humans to modern kings, from ancient Australian spears or Mayan pots to recent Maori cloaks, the contributions demonstrate how starches, raphides, hair, blood, feathers, resin and DNA have become essential elements in archaeology┬┐s modern arsenal for reconstructing the daily, spiritual, and challenging aspects of ancient lives and for understanding human evolution. The book is a fitting tribute to Tom Loy, the pioneer of residue studies and gifted teacher who inspired and mentored these exciting projects.
Category: Social Science

Mineral Resources

Author : Geological Survey of New South Wales
ISBN : NYPL:33433090798715
Genre : Mines and mineral resources
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Category: Mines and mineral resources

The Connoisseur

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ISBN : UCSC:32106019796637
Genre : Antiques
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Category: Antiques

The Microscope

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ISBN : UIUC:30112027908042
Genre : Microscope and microscopy
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Category: Microscope and microscopy

The Journal Of Gemmology

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ISBN : UOM:39015027817272
Genre : Precious stones
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Vols. for July 1964 include Proceedings of the Gemmological Association of Great Britain.
Category: Precious stones

Simulating The Earth

Author : J.R. Holloway
ISBN : 9789401180283
Genre : Science
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This is a book about the why and how of doing experiments on rocks, minerals, magmas, and fluids. It could have as logically been subtitled "Experimental petrology" as "Experimental geochemistry," but we chose geochemistry to emphasize the broad and overlapping nature of current experimental work. We have tried to aim the book at a general readership which we hope will include advanced undergraduate students, graduate students, and anyone else interested in learning something about experimental petrology. Although we hope there will be something of interest for the practicing experimentalist, our aim is at the non-experimentalist interested in learning why experiments are useful, what kind of experiments can be done, and what some of the major problems and limitations are and how they can best be avoided. The result of a journey through this book should be an ability to evaluate published experimental work critically and a knowledge of the kinds of problems an experimentalist might be able to help solve. Some details of experimental technique are included in the Appendix for those readers who want to "get their hands dirty. " Indeed, one of our main incentives for writing this book was to try to encourage more petrologists and geochemists to become experimentalists. In our pedagogical approach we have chosen to discuss a small number of case histories as illustrations of principles and techniques. We have tried to select studies we regard as well executed.
Category: Science