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Significant Figures

Author : Ian Stewart
ISBN : 9781782831495
Genre : Science
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Which mathematician elaborated a crucial concept the night before he died in a duel? Who funded his maths and medical career through gambling and chess? Who learned maths from her wallpaper? Ian Stewart presents the extraordinary lives and amazing discoveries of twenty-five of history's greatest mathematicians from Archimedes and Liu Hui to Benoit Mandelbrot and William Thurston. His subjects are the inspiring individuals from all over the world who have made crucial contributions to mathematics. They include the rediscovered geniuses Srinivasa Ramanujan and Emmy Noether, alongside the towering figures of Muhammad al-Khwarizmi (inventor of the algorithm), Pierre de Fermat, Isaac Newton, Carl Friedrich Gauss, Nikolai Ivanovich Lobachevsky, Bernhard Reimann (precursor to Einstein), Henri Poincar, Ada Lovelace (arguably the first computer programmer), Kurt Gdel and Alan Turing. Ian Stewart's vivid accounts are fascinating in themselves and, taken together, cohere into a riveting history of key steps in the development of mathematics.
Category: Science

The World Of Chemistry Essentials

Author : Melvin D. Joesten
ISBN : 9780495012139
Genre : Science
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Joesten's WORLD OF CHEMISTRY: ESSENTIALS is known for effectively presenting chemistry in terms understandable to the non-science major. The Fourth Edition continues to clearly explain the importance of chemistry and the impact it has on students' daily l
Category: Science

Valid Analytical Methods And Procedures

Author : Christopher Burgess
ISBN : 0854044825
Genre : Science
File Size : 72.20 MB
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This handbook defines procedures that ensure the best use of resources and enables laboratories to generate consistent, reliable data. Written in a concise, easy-to-read language and illustrated with worked examples, this is a guide to the best practices and methods. A control framework for the development and validation of laboratory-based analytical methods is established. Particular attention is given to the sample, methods chosen, instrumentation, personnel, and calculations used.
Category: Science


Author : Steven S. Zumdahl
ISBN : 9780547125329
Genre : Science
File Size : 35.47 MB
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CHEMISTRY allows the reader to learn chemistry basics quickly and easily by emphasizing a thoughtful approach built on problem solving. For the Eighth Edition, authors Steven and Susan Zumdahl have extended this approach by emphasizing problem-solving strategies within the Examples and throughout the text narrative. CHEMISTRY speaks directly to the reader about how to approach and solve chemical problems—to learn to think like a chemist—so that they can apply the process of problem-solving to all aspects of their lives. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
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Numerical Methods

Author : Ram Babu
ISBN : 8131732215
Genre : Electronic books
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Numerical Methods is a mathematical tool used by engineers and mathematicians to do scientific calculations. It is used to find solutions to applied problems where ordinary analytical methods fail. This book is intended to serve for the needs of courses in Numerical Methods at the Bachelors' and Masters' levels at various universities.
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Practical Physics

Author : R K Shukla
ISBN : 9788122417487
Genre : Physics
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The Book Has Been Written Keeping In Mind The Experiments Carried Out At B.Sc. Level At Indian Universities. It Is Written In An Easy To Understand And Systematic Format. Detailed Description Of Different Apparatus, Related Errors And Their Handling Is An Added Feature Of The Book. Tables Of Physical Constants Are Also Presented. More Than One Experimental Method For Determining A Physical Parameter Is Given So That Student Can Appreciate The Intricacies.
Category: Physics

Standard Reference Materials

Author : John K. Taylor
ISBN : 0788144855
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This handbook was prepared with the objective of improving the understanding of the basis for the use of Standard Reference Materials (SRMs). While written from the viewpoint of a chemist, the basic concepts described are believed to be applicable to most areas of metrology. The handbook is arranged by section in a logical progression, starting with the basic concepts of precision & accuracy, followed by discussions of the calibration & quality assurance of the measurement process, the use of SRMs to evaluate various kinds of measurements, & the reporting of data with evaluated limits of uncertainty. Charts & tables.