By Herbert E. Spiegel
This quantity, edited for the final time by way of H.E. Spiegel, keeps the target of increasing the highbrow horizon of scientific chemistry. The fields of analytical, anatomical, sub-cellular and molecular sciences are all represented during this quantity. * precise reports by way of training scientists * Covers a huge diversity of scientific chemistry on a theoretical and sensible foundation * comprises effortless to learn chapters combining technology and views in a altering medical panorama
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