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xxi, 336 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Composite Hydrogel Materials-- S. Kudaibergenov, Zh. Ibrayeva, M. Yashkarova, S. Kabdrakhmanova, and G. Tatykhanova Cryogels for Affinity Chromatography-- Nilay Bereli, Deniz Turkmen, Handan Yavuz, Igor Yuri Galaev, and Adil Denizli Particulate/Cell Separations Using Macroporous Monolithic Matrices-- Akshay Srivastava, Akhilesh Kumar Shakya, and Ashok Kumar Polysaccharide-Based Composite Hydrogels for Removal of Pollutants from Water-- Junping Zhang and Aiqin Wang Iron Oxide Magnetic Composite Adsorbents for Heavy Metal Pollutant Removal-- Doina Hritcu, Gianina Dodi, and Marcel Ionel Popa Biopolymers-Zeolites Composites as Biosorbents for Separation Processes-- Maria Valentina Dinu, and Ecaterina Stela Dragan Metal-Impregnated Ion Exchanger for Selective Removal and Recovery of Trace Phosphate-- Sukalyan Sengupta and Arup K. SenGupta Molecularly Imprinted Polymers for Water Polishing-- Joanna Wolska and Marek Bryjak Biopolymer-Based Sorbents for Metal Sorption-- Eric Guibal, Thierry Vincent, and Ricardo Navarro Mixed-Mode Sorbents in Solid-Phase Extraction-- N. Fontanals, F. Borrull, and Rosa Maria Marce Interpenetrating Polymer Network Composite Hydrogels and Their Applications in Separation Processes-- Ecaterina Stela Dragan, and Maria Valentina Dinu Toward Adaptive Self-Informed Membranes-- Ioana Moleavin and Mihail Barboiu.
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Advanced Separations by Specialized Sorbents opens a new window into sorbent materials, presenting fundamental principles for their syntheses and adsorption properties. The book presents advanced techniques used to create specialized sorbents with a wide range of functions that can be used to enhance the separation and/or purification of useful bioactive compounds, heavy metals, dyes, and other substances. It discusses the most recent developments in the field of separation processes, covering specialized sorbents such as monolith cryogels, composite hydrogels, metal-impregnated ion exchangers, and molecularly imprinted polymers. The book provides a comprehensive discussion of the selectivity in separation processes by composite materials based on synthetic polymers/biopolymers and inorganic particles. It is a comprehensive resource for academic and research scientists as well as students interested in the preparation, characterization, and application of specialized sorbents.
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  • Composite Hydrogel Materials-- S. Kudaibergenov, Zh. Ibrayeva, M. Yashkarova, S. Kabdrakhmanova, and G. Tatykhanova Cryogels for Affinity Chromatography-- Nilay Bereli, Deniz Turkmen, Handan Yavuz, Igor Yuri Galaev, and Adil Denizli Particulate/Cell Separations Using Macroporous Monolithic Matrices-- Akshay Srivastava, Akhilesh Kumar Shakya, and Ashok Kumar Polysaccharide-Based Composite Hydrogels for Removal of Pollutants from Water-- Junping Zhang and Aiqin Wang Iron Oxide Magnetic Composite Adsorbents for Heavy Metal Pollutant Removal-- Doina Hritcu, Gianina Dodi, and Marcel Ionel Popa Biopolymers-Zeolites Composites as Biosorbents for Separation Processes-- Maria Valentina Dinu, and Ecaterina Stela Dragan Metal-Impregnated Ion Exchanger for Selective Removal and Recovery of Trace Phosphate-- Sukalyan Sengupta and Arup K. SenGupta Molecularly Imprinted Polymers for Water Polishing-- Joanna Wolska and Marek Bryjak Biopolymer-Based Sorbents for Metal Sorption-- Eric Guibal, Thierry Vincent, and Ricardo Navarro Mixed-Mode Sorbents in Solid-Phase Extraction-- N. Fontanals, F. Borrull, and Rosa Maria Marce Interpenetrating Polymer Network Composite Hydrogels and Their Applications in Separation Processes-- Ecaterina Stela Dragan, and Maria Valentina Dinu Toward Adaptive Self-Informed Membranes-- Ioana Moleavin and Mihail Barboiu.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Advanced Separations by Specialized Sorbents opens a new window into sorbent materials, presenting fundamental principles for their syntheses and adsorption properties. The book presents advanced techniques used to create specialized sorbents with a wide range of functions that can be used to enhance the separation and/or purification of useful bioactive compounds, heavy metals, dyes, and other substances. It discusses the most recent developments in the field of separation processes, covering specialized sorbents such as monolith cryogels, composite hydrogels, metal-impregnated ion exchangers, and molecularly imprinted polymers. The book provides a comprehensive discussion of the selectivity in separation processes by composite materials based on synthetic polymers/biopolymers and inorganic particles. It is a comprehensive resource for academic and research scientists as well as students interested in the preparation, characterization, and application of specialized sorbents.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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ix, 178 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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3 volumes : illustrations ; 23 cm.
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242 pages : ill. ; 25 cm
  • Contents Energy recovery of grass biomass-- Bioethanol production from oilseed rape straw hydrolysate by free and immobilised cells of Saccharomyces cerevisiae-- Assessment of the potential of residuary microalgae from stabilization ponds for the production of biofuel-- Biomass pellet production with industrial and agro-industrial waste-- Bioenergy for regions: alternative cropping systems and optimisation of local heat supply-- The behavior of suspended particulate matter emitted from the combustion of agricultural residue biomass under different temperatures-- Biomass char production at low severity conditions under CO2 and N2 environments-- The heterogeneous reaction between tar and ash from waste biomass pyrolysis and gasification-- From biomass-rich residues into fuels and green chemicals via gasification and catalytic synthesis-- Thermal gasification of agro-industrial residues-- Process analysis of waste bamboo materials using solvent liquefaction-- Liquefaction processes and characterization of liquefied products from waste woody materials in different acidic catalysts-- The anaerobic digestion of cattle manure: the effect of phase-separation-- A comparative technology assessment of the anaerobic digestion of an organic fraction of municipal solid waste-- The development of EIA screening for the anaerobic digestion of biowaste projects in Latvia-- High yields of sugars via the non-enzymatic hydrolysis of cellulose-- Sunflower biodiesel: efficiency and emissions-- Biodiesel reforming with a NiAl2O4/Al2O3-YSZ catalyst for the production of renewable SOFC fuel-- On the future relevance of biofuels for transport in EU-15 countries-- Sustainability of combustion and incineration of renewable fuels: the example of Sweden-- An environmental balance study for the contribution of a biomass plant in a small town in Piedmont, Northern Italy.
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Biomass is a continuously renewed source of energy formed from or by a wide variety of living organisms. Through biochemical and thermochemical processes, it is converted into gaseous, liquid or solid biofuels, which already meet a significant share of the current world energy needs. Because of their contribution to the sustainability of energy supply, reduction of green house gas emissions as well as local employment and energy self-reliance, research interest and activity in enhancing biofuel energy output, efficiency and performance remain strong. The first part of this volume comprises five articles mainly concerned with biomass resource potential and management. More specifically, the reported investigations assess grass and lawn substrates, rapeseed straw and microalgae from Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) reactor effluents as possible sources of biogas, bioethanol and biodiesel, respectively. The emphasis in the subsequent group of eleven articles is on biomass conversion processes, aiming at assessing performance as well as output quality and diversity. Biodiesel, a fluid biofuel produced from biomass with high lipids such as rapeseed oil, sunflowers and soy beans, is the focus of two articles: the first investigates the effect of biodiesel blending with diesel fuel on diesel engine performance and emissions; the second assesses the efficiency of catalytic reforming of biodiesel into a gaseous mixture, used directly as Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) fuel. In the last three articles, the prospects of biofuels as viable sources of energy are examined within European contexts. This volume addresses a significant number of important themes and thus combines subject breadth and density with in-depth study of biomass resourcing and processing as well as the issue of biofuel and renewable energy sustainability.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Contents Energy recovery of grass biomass-- Bioethanol production from oilseed rape straw hydrolysate by free and immobilised cells of Saccharomyces cerevisiae-- Assessment of the potential of residuary microalgae from stabilization ponds for the production of biofuel-- Biomass pellet production with industrial and agro-industrial waste-- Bioenergy for regions: alternative cropping systems and optimisation of local heat supply-- The behavior of suspended particulate matter emitted from the combustion of agricultural residue biomass under different temperatures-- Biomass char production at low severity conditions under CO2 and N2 environments-- The heterogeneous reaction between tar and ash from waste biomass pyrolysis and gasification-- From biomass-rich residues into fuels and green chemicals via gasification and catalytic synthesis-- Thermal gasification of agro-industrial residues-- Process analysis of waste bamboo materials using solvent liquefaction-- Liquefaction processes and characterization of liquefied products from waste woody materials in different acidic catalysts-- The anaerobic digestion of cattle manure: the effect of phase-separation-- A comparative technology assessment of the anaerobic digestion of an organic fraction of municipal solid waste-- The development of EIA screening for the anaerobic digestion of biowaste projects in Latvia-- High yields of sugars via the non-enzymatic hydrolysis of cellulose-- Sunflower biodiesel: efficiency and emissions-- Biodiesel reforming with a NiAl2O4/Al2O3-YSZ catalyst for the production of renewable SOFC fuel-- On the future relevance of biofuels for transport in EU-15 countries-- Sustainability of combustion and incineration of renewable fuels: the example of Sweden-- An environmental balance study for the contribution of a biomass plant in a small town in Piedmont, Northern Italy.
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Biomass is a continuously renewed source of energy formed from or by a wide variety of living organisms. Through biochemical and thermochemical processes, it is converted into gaseous, liquid or solid biofuels, which already meet a significant share of the current world energy needs. Because of their contribution to the sustainability of energy supply, reduction of green house gas emissions as well as local employment and energy self-reliance, research interest and activity in enhancing biofuel energy output, efficiency and performance remain strong. The first part of this volume comprises five articles mainly concerned with biomass resource potential and management. More specifically, the reported investigations assess grass and lawn substrates, rapeseed straw and microalgae from Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) reactor effluents as possible sources of biogas, bioethanol and biodiesel, respectively. The emphasis in the subsequent group of eleven articles is on biomass conversion processes, aiming at assessing performance as well as output quality and diversity. Biodiesel, a fluid biofuel produced from biomass with high lipids such as rapeseed oil, sunflowers and soy beans, is the focus of two articles: the first investigates the effect of biodiesel blending with diesel fuel on diesel engine performance and emissions; the second assesses the efficiency of catalytic reforming of biodiesel into a gaseous mixture, used directly as Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) fuel. In the last three articles, the prospects of biofuels as viable sources of energy are examined within European contexts. This volume addresses a significant number of important themes and thus combines subject breadth and density with in-depth study of biomass resourcing and processing as well as the issue of biofuel and renewable energy sustainability.
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TP339 .B5763 2015 Unknown
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xxii, 547 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
  • Table of Contents -- Preface -- Chapter 1: Introduction to Bioproducts and Bioseparations -- Chapter 2: Analytical Methods and Bench-Scale Preparative Bioseparations -- Chapter 3: Cell Lysis and Flocculation -- Chapter 4: Filtration -- Chapter 5: Sedimentation -- Chapter 6: Extraction -- Chapter 7: Liquid Chromatography and Adsorption -- Chapter 8: Precipitation -- Chapter 9: Crystallization -- Chapter 10: Evaporation -- Chapter 11: Drying -- Chapter 12: Bioprocess Design and Economics.
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Designed for undergraduates, graduate students, and industry practitioners, Bioseparations Science and Engineering fills a critical need in the field of bioseparations. Current, comprehensive, and concise, it covers bioseparations unit operations in unprecedented depth. In each of the chapters, the authors use a consistent method of explaining unit operations, starting with a qualitative description noting the significance and general application of the unit operation. They then illustrate the scientific application of the operation, develop the required mathematical theory, and finally, describe the applications of the theory in engineering practice, with an emphasis on design and scaleup. Unique to this text is a chapter dedicated to bioseparations process design and economics, in which a process simular, SuperPro Designer(R) is used to analyze and evaluate the production of three important biological products. New to this second edition are updated discussions of moment analysis, computer simulation, membrane chromatography, and evaporation, among others, as well as revised problem sets. Unique features include basic information about bioproducts and engineering analysis and a chapter with bioseparations laboratory exercises. Bioseparations Science and Engineering is ideal for students and professionals working in or studying bioseparations, and is the premier text in the field.
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  • Table of Contents -- Preface -- Chapter 1: Introduction to Bioproducts and Bioseparations -- Chapter 2: Analytical Methods and Bench-Scale Preparative Bioseparations -- Chapter 3: Cell Lysis and Flocculation -- Chapter 4: Filtration -- Chapter 5: Sedimentation -- Chapter 6: Extraction -- Chapter 7: Liquid Chromatography and Adsorption -- Chapter 8: Precipitation -- Chapter 9: Crystallization -- Chapter 10: Evaporation -- Chapter 11: Drying -- Chapter 12: Bioprocess Design and Economics.
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Designed for undergraduates, graduate students, and industry practitioners, Bioseparations Science and Engineering fills a critical need in the field of bioseparations. Current, comprehensive, and concise, it covers bioseparations unit operations in unprecedented depth. In each of the chapters, the authors use a consistent method of explaining unit operations, starting with a qualitative description noting the significance and general application of the unit operation. They then illustrate the scientific application of the operation, develop the required mathematical theory, and finally, describe the applications of the theory in engineering practice, with an emphasis on design and scaleup. Unique to this text is a chapter dedicated to bioseparations process design and economics, in which a process simular, SuperPro Designer(R) is used to analyze and evaluate the production of three important biological products. New to this second edition are updated discussions of moment analysis, computer simulation, membrane chromatography, and evaporation, among others, as well as revised problem sets. Unique features include basic information about bioproducts and engineering analysis and a chapter with bioseparations laboratory exercises. Bioseparations Science and Engineering is ideal for students and professionals working in or studying bioseparations, and is the premier text in the field.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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TP248.25 .S47 B55 2015 Unknown
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xv, 764 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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xviii, 339 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
  • How to Use This Guide Acknowledgments Prologue Research on Texturizing Agents Texturizers: Agents that Modify Texture Texture Selected Products Selection Methods Table of Selected Texturizing Agents Research Methodology Study Parameters for the Application of Texturizing Agents The Four Stages of Research Preparations and Techniques of Texturizing Agents Gelling Agents General Properties of Gelling Agents What Is a Gel? How Does a Gelling Agent Work? Principle Characteristics of Gelling Agents Properties of Gelling Agents About Gelling Agents How the Product Is Used as a Gelling Agent Instructions for Use Principle Culinary Preparations Prepared with Gelling Agents Gelatin General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Gel Preparation About Gel Preparation Gelatin and Various Foods Handling and Manipulation of Gelatin Gels Synergies with Other Gelling Agents Mild Shellfish and Vegetable Escabeche Agar-Agar General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Preparation of an Agar-Agar Gel About Gel Preparation Agar-Agar and Specific Foods Handling and Manipulation of Agar-Agar Gels Synergistic Effects with Other Gelling Agents Cod, Almond, and Wild Mushroom Soup Sodium Alginate General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use About Gel Preparation About the Obtained Gel Behavior of Sodium Alginate with Various Foods Handling and Manipulation of Sodium Alginate Gels Synergistic Effects with Other Gelling Agents Spherical-I Green Olives (Catalog number 1095) Kappa Carrageenan General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use About Gel Preparation About the Obtained Gel Behavior of Kappa Carrageenan with Various Foods Handling and Manipulation of Kappa Carrageenan Gels Synergistic Effects with Other Gelling Agents El Raor Iota Carrageenan General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use About Gel Preparation About the Obtained Gel Behavior of Kappa Carrageenan with Various Foods Handling and Manipulation of Iota Carrageenan Gels Synergistic Effects with Other Gelling Agents Muxarra with Mamia Rota HM Pectin General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use About Gel Preparation About the Obtained Gel Behavior of HM Pectin with Various Foods Handling and Manipulation of HM Pectin Gels Synergistic Effects with Other Gelling Agents Mango, Pistachio, and White Chocolate Orange Cake LM Pectin General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use About Gel Preparation About the Obtained Gel Handling and Manipulation of LM Pectin Gels Synergistic Effects with Other Gelling Agents Chocolate Hazelnut Cream High Acyl (Elastic) Gellan Gum General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use About Gel Preparation About the Obtained Gel Behavior of Elastic Gellan Gum with Various Foods Handling and Manipulation of Elastic (High Acyl) Gellan Gum Gels Synergistic Effects with Other Gelling Agents Hot Tea for People Who Have Difficulty Swallowing Rigid (Low Acyl) Gellan Gum General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use About Gel Preparation About the Obtained Gel Behavior of Rigid (Low Acyl) Gellan Gum with Various Foods Handling and Manipulation of Rigid (Low Acyl) Gellan Gum Gels Synergistic Effects with Other Gelling Agents Banana Flambe Methylcellulose General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use About Gel Preparation About the Obtained Gel Handling and Manipulation of Methylcellulose Gels Synergistic Effects with Other Gelling Agents Asparagus Viognier Thickening Agents General Properties of Thickening Agents What is a Thick Texture? How Does a Thickener Work? Thickening Agent Terms About Thickening Agents General Description of the Thickening Agent Instructions for Use Main Culinary Uses for Thickening Agents Cornstarch General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use Working with Cornstarch About the Obtained Texture Handling and Manipulation of Foods Thickened with Cornstarch Synergistic Effects with Other Thickening Agents Hot Chocolate Kudzu Starch General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use Working with Kudzu Starch About the Obtained Texture Handling and Manipulation of Foods Thickened with Kudzu Starch Synergistic Effects with Other Thickening Agents Potatoes in Their Sauce Xanthan Gum General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use Working with Xanthan Gum About the Obtained Texture Handling and Manipulation of Foods Thickened with Xanthan Gum Synergistic Effects with Other Thickening Agents 64% Dark Coverture-Coffee-Vanilla-Cinnamon Locust Bean Gum General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use Working with Locust Bean Gum About the Obtained Texture Handling and Manipulation of Foods Thickened with Locust Bean Gum Synergistic Effects with Other Thickening Agents Olive Oil Gummies Guar Gum General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions For Use Working with Guar Gum About the Obtained Texture Handling and Manipulation of Foods Thickened with Guar Gum Synergistic Effects with Other Thickening Agents Rice Macaroni with Vegetables and Bechamel for Hypocaloric Hospital Diets Tara Gum General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions For Use Working with Tara Gum About the Obtained Texture Handling and Manipulation of Foods Thickened with Guar Gum Synergistic Effects with Other Thickening Agents Catalan D.O.P. Olive Oil Meat Sauce Foaming Agents General Properties of Foaming Agents What Is Foam? How Do Foaming Agents Work? Principle Characteristics of Foaming Agents Properties of Foaming Agents About Foaming Agents Description of How the Product Is Used as a Foaming Agent Instructions for Use Principle Culinary Uses for Foaming Agents Egg White Powder General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use Working with Powdered Egg Whites About the Obtained Foam Handling and Manipulation of Egg White Powder Foams Synergistic Effects with Other Thickening Agents Interpretation of Vanity: Chocolate Cake with Almond Cream and Cocoa Bubbles Gelatin General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use Working with Gelatin About Obtained Foam Handling and Manipulation of Gelatin Foams Synergistic Effects with Other Foaming Agents Mimetic Banana with Mango and Nutmeg Methylcellulose General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use Working with Methylcellulose About Obtained Foam Handling and Manipulation of Methylcellulose Foams Synergistic Effects with Other Foaming Agents Coulant/Souffle of Granadilla with Cardamom Toffee (Catalog number 1186) Lecithin General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use Working with Lecithin About the Obtained Foam Handling and Manipulation of Lecithin Foams (Airs) Synergistic Effects with Other Foaming Agents Lightly Marinated Oysters with Sea Airs Sucrose Esters General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use Working with Sucrose Esters About the Obtained Foam Handling and Manipulation of Sucrose Esters Foam Synergistic Effects with Other Foaming Agents Marine King Prawns Emulsifying Agents General Properties of Emulsifying Agents What Is an Emulsion? How Does an Emulsifying Agent Work? Principal Characteristics of Emulsifying Agents Properties of Emulsifying Agents About Emulsifiers Description of How the Product Is Used as an Emulsifier Instructions for Use Principal Dishes/Preparations Using Emulsifiers Monoglycerides and Diglycerides General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use Preparing the Emulsifier About the Obtained Emulsion Handling and Manipulation of an Emulsion Synergistic Effects with Other Texturizing Agents Hoarfrost 2007 Nuts, Cold Frosted Tree, and Shrimp Annex Glossary References.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
The use of food texturizing agents, such as gels, thickeners, and emulsifiers, has been steadily increasing in the culinary industry. Understanding how to use these texturizing agents is important for chefs of all levels, from professionals to culinary students and amateur cooks. This new work from Alicia Foundation, the culinary research center driven by famed chef Ferran Adria, provides a clear and practical guide for any chef who wants to work with these texturing agents. Collaboration between scientists, technicians, and chefs has resulted in unique and creative culinary uses for many commonly available food texturizing agents. The information in this book is a collection of years of culinary scientific research and the experiences of a diverse group of chefs who are eager to share their practical knowledge and recipes. The book discusses more than 20 carefully tested gelling, thickening, foaming, and emulsifying agents. This book presents each texturizing agent in a simple and practical format. For each agent, the book includes a description of its principal characteristics, easy-to-follow instructions for use, helpful handling tips, and a sample recipe. The Annex includes tables listing all of the texturizing agents, summarizing the relative effectiveness of their gelling, thickening, emulsifying, or foaming properties. These tables can be used to compare the agents by category and functionality.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • How to Use This Guide Acknowledgments Prologue Research on Texturizing Agents Texturizers: Agents that Modify Texture Texture Selected Products Selection Methods Table of Selected Texturizing Agents Research Methodology Study Parameters for the Application of Texturizing Agents The Four Stages of Research Preparations and Techniques of Texturizing Agents Gelling Agents General Properties of Gelling Agents What Is a Gel? How Does a Gelling Agent Work? Principle Characteristics of Gelling Agents Properties of Gelling Agents About Gelling Agents How the Product Is Used as a Gelling Agent Instructions for Use Principle Culinary Preparations Prepared with Gelling Agents Gelatin General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Gel Preparation About Gel Preparation Gelatin and Various Foods Handling and Manipulation of Gelatin Gels Synergies with Other Gelling Agents Mild Shellfish and Vegetable Escabeche Agar-Agar General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Preparation of an Agar-Agar Gel About Gel Preparation Agar-Agar and Specific Foods Handling and Manipulation of Agar-Agar Gels Synergistic Effects with Other Gelling Agents Cod, Almond, and Wild Mushroom Soup Sodium Alginate General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use About Gel Preparation About the Obtained Gel Behavior of Sodium Alginate with Various Foods Handling and Manipulation of Sodium Alginate Gels Synergistic Effects with Other Gelling Agents Spherical-I Green Olives (Catalog number 1095) Kappa Carrageenan General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use About Gel Preparation About the Obtained Gel Behavior of Kappa Carrageenan with Various Foods Handling and Manipulation of Kappa Carrageenan Gels Synergistic Effects with Other Gelling Agents El Raor Iota Carrageenan General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use About Gel Preparation About the Obtained Gel Behavior of Kappa Carrageenan with Various Foods Handling and Manipulation of Iota Carrageenan Gels Synergistic Effects with Other Gelling Agents Muxarra with Mamia Rota HM Pectin General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use About Gel Preparation About the Obtained Gel Behavior of HM Pectin with Various Foods Handling and Manipulation of HM Pectin Gels Synergistic Effects with Other Gelling Agents Mango, Pistachio, and White Chocolate Orange Cake LM Pectin General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use About Gel Preparation About the Obtained Gel Handling and Manipulation of LM Pectin Gels Synergistic Effects with Other Gelling Agents Chocolate Hazelnut Cream High Acyl (Elastic) Gellan Gum General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use About Gel Preparation About the Obtained Gel Behavior of Elastic Gellan Gum with Various Foods Handling and Manipulation of Elastic (High Acyl) Gellan Gum Gels Synergistic Effects with Other Gelling Agents Hot Tea for People Who Have Difficulty Swallowing Rigid (Low Acyl) Gellan Gum General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use About Gel Preparation About the Obtained Gel Behavior of Rigid (Low Acyl) Gellan Gum with Various Foods Handling and Manipulation of Rigid (Low Acyl) Gellan Gum Gels Synergistic Effects with Other Gelling Agents Banana Flambe Methylcellulose General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use About Gel Preparation About the Obtained Gel Handling and Manipulation of Methylcellulose Gels Synergistic Effects with Other Gelling Agents Asparagus Viognier Thickening Agents General Properties of Thickening Agents What is a Thick Texture? How Does a Thickener Work? Thickening Agent Terms About Thickening Agents General Description of the Thickening Agent Instructions for Use Main Culinary Uses for Thickening Agents Cornstarch General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use Working with Cornstarch About the Obtained Texture Handling and Manipulation of Foods Thickened with Cornstarch Synergistic Effects with Other Thickening Agents Hot Chocolate Kudzu Starch General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use Working with Kudzu Starch About the Obtained Texture Handling and Manipulation of Foods Thickened with Kudzu Starch Synergistic Effects with Other Thickening Agents Potatoes in Their Sauce Xanthan Gum General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use Working with Xanthan Gum About the Obtained Texture Handling and Manipulation of Foods Thickened with Xanthan Gum Synergistic Effects with Other Thickening Agents 64% Dark Coverture-Coffee-Vanilla-Cinnamon Locust Bean Gum General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use Working with Locust Bean Gum About the Obtained Texture Handling and Manipulation of Foods Thickened with Locust Bean Gum Synergistic Effects with Other Thickening Agents Olive Oil Gummies Guar Gum General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions For Use Working with Guar Gum About the Obtained Texture Handling and Manipulation of Foods Thickened with Guar Gum Synergistic Effects with Other Thickening Agents Rice Macaroni with Vegetables and Bechamel for Hypocaloric Hospital Diets Tara Gum General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions For Use Working with Tara Gum About the Obtained Texture Handling and Manipulation of Foods Thickened with Guar Gum Synergistic Effects with Other Thickening Agents Catalan D.O.P. Olive Oil Meat Sauce Foaming Agents General Properties of Foaming Agents What Is Foam? How Do Foaming Agents Work? Principle Characteristics of Foaming Agents Properties of Foaming Agents About Foaming Agents Description of How the Product Is Used as a Foaming Agent Instructions for Use Principle Culinary Uses for Foaming Agents Egg White Powder General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use Working with Powdered Egg Whites About the Obtained Foam Handling and Manipulation of Egg White Powder Foams Synergistic Effects with Other Thickening Agents Interpretation of Vanity: Chocolate Cake with Almond Cream and Cocoa Bubbles Gelatin General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use Working with Gelatin About Obtained Foam Handling and Manipulation of Gelatin Foams Synergistic Effects with Other Foaming Agents Mimetic Banana with Mango and Nutmeg Methylcellulose General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use Working with Methylcellulose About Obtained Foam Handling and Manipulation of Methylcellulose Foams Synergistic Effects with Other Foaming Agents Coulant/Souffle of Granadilla with Cardamom Toffee (Catalog number 1186) Lecithin General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use Working with Lecithin About the Obtained Foam Handling and Manipulation of Lecithin Foams (Airs) Synergistic Effects with Other Foaming Agents Lightly Marinated Oysters with Sea Airs Sucrose Esters General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use Working with Sucrose Esters About the Obtained Foam Handling and Manipulation of Sucrose Esters Foam Synergistic Effects with Other Foaming Agents Marine King Prawns Emulsifying Agents General Properties of Emulsifying Agents What Is an Emulsion? How Does an Emulsifying Agent Work? Principal Characteristics of Emulsifying Agents Properties of Emulsifying Agents About Emulsifiers Description of How the Product Is Used as an Emulsifier Instructions for Use Principal Dishes/Preparations Using Emulsifiers Monoglycerides and Diglycerides General Information Characteristics of the Selected Product Instructions for Use Preparing the Emulsifier About the Obtained Emulsion Handling and Manipulation of an Emulsion Synergistic Effects with Other Texturizing Agents Hoarfrost 2007 Nuts, Cold Frosted Tree, and Shrimp Annex Glossary References.
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The use of food texturizing agents, such as gels, thickeners, and emulsifiers, has been steadily increasing in the culinary industry. Understanding how to use these texturizing agents is important for chefs of all levels, from professionals to culinary students and amateur cooks. This new work from Alicia Foundation, the culinary research center driven by famed chef Ferran Adria, provides a clear and practical guide for any chef who wants to work with these texturing agents. Collaboration between scientists, technicians, and chefs has resulted in unique and creative culinary uses for many commonly available food texturizing agents. The information in this book is a collection of years of culinary scientific research and the experiences of a diverse group of chefs who are eager to share their practical knowledge and recipes. The book discusses more than 20 carefully tested gelling, thickening, foaming, and emulsifying agents. This book presents each texturizing agent in a simple and practical format. For each agent, the book includes a description of its principal characteristics, easy-to-follow instructions for use, helpful handling tips, and a sample recipe. The Annex includes tables listing all of the texturizing agents, summarizing the relative effectiveness of their gelling, thickening, emulsifying, or foaming properties. These tables can be used to compare the agents by category and functionality.
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Chemistry & ChemEng Library (Swain)
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TX541 .F86 2015 Unknown
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x, 453 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 17 cm
Chemistry & ChemEng Library (Swain)
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TP150 .S24 B29 2015 Unavailable On order Request
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vi, 394 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
  • To the Student 1 Atomic Structure 1 The Nuclear Atom 2 2 Atomic Number and Atomic Mass 8 3 Coulombic Potential Energy 16 4 The Shell Model (I) 22 5 The Shell Model (II) 30 6 Atomic Size 40 7 Electromagnetic Radiation 44 8 Photoelectron Spectroscopy 48 9 The Shell Model (III) 56 10 Electron Configurations 60 11 Electron Configurations and the Periodic Table 64 12 Electron Spin 68 Molecular Structure 13 Lewis Structures (I) 74 14 Bond Order and Bond Strength 82 15 Lewis Structures (II) 90 16 Lewis Structures (III) 96 17 Lewis Structures (IV) 102 18 Molecular Shapes 108 19 Hybrid Orbitals 118 20 Average Valence Electron Energies 122 21 Partial Charge 126 22 Polar, Nonpolar, and Ionic Bonds 132 23 Dipole Moment 136 Solids and Liquids 24 The Ionic Bond 142 25 Metals 150 26 The Bond-Type Triangle 154 27 Intermolecular Forces 159 Stoichiometry 28 The Mole Concept 166 29 Chemical Equations 170 30 Limiting Reagent 176 31 Empirical Formula 180 32 Molarity 184 Gases 33 The Ideal Gas Law 192 Thermochemistry 34 Enthalpy of Atom Combination 196 35 Enthalpy Changes in Chemical Reactions 202 Equilibrium 36 Rates of Chemical Reactions (I) 208 37 Equilibrium (I) 213 38 Equilibrium (II) 219 39 The Equilibrium Constant(I) 226 40 The Reaction Quotient 234 41 The Solubility Product 244 Acids and Bases 42 Acids and Bases 254 43 Acid Strength 258 44 Weak Acid/Base Dissociation 266 45 pH 274 46 Relative Acid Strength 279 47 Acid/Base Strength of Conjugate Pairs 286 Oxidation-Reduction 48 Redox Reactions 293 49 Oxidation Numbers 296 50 The Electrochemical Cell 300 51 The Cell Voltage 306 Thermodynamics 52 Entropy (I) 310 53 Entropy (II) 316 54 Entropy Changes in Chemical Reactions 320 55 The Equilibrium Constant (II) 328 56 The Equilibrium Constant (III) 333 Kinetics 57 Rates of Chemical Reactions (II) 338 58 Integrated Rate Laws 348 59 Reaction Mechanisms (I) 356 60 Reaction Mechanisms (II) 361 61 Reaction Mechanisms (III) 373 62 Activation Energy 378 Appendix TABLE A.1 Values of Selected Fundamental Constants 381 TABLE A.2 Selected Conversion Factors 381 TABLE A.3 Standard-State Enthalpies, Free Energies, and Entropies of Atom Combination 382 Index 391.
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Chemistry: A Guided Approach 6th Edition follows the underlying principles developed by years of research on how readers learn and draws on testing by those using the POGIL methodology. This text follows inquiry based learning and correspondingly emphasizes the underlying concepts and the reasoning behind the concepts. This text offers an approach that follows modern cognitive learning principles by having readers learn how to create knowledge based on experimental data and how to test that knowledge.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • To the Student 1 Atomic Structure 1 The Nuclear Atom 2 2 Atomic Number and Atomic Mass 8 3 Coulombic Potential Energy 16 4 The Shell Model (I) 22 5 The Shell Model (II) 30 6 Atomic Size 40 7 Electromagnetic Radiation 44 8 Photoelectron Spectroscopy 48 9 The Shell Model (III) 56 10 Electron Configurations 60 11 Electron Configurations and the Periodic Table 64 12 Electron Spin 68 Molecular Structure 13 Lewis Structures (I) 74 14 Bond Order and Bond Strength 82 15 Lewis Structures (II) 90 16 Lewis Structures (III) 96 17 Lewis Structures (IV) 102 18 Molecular Shapes 108 19 Hybrid Orbitals 118 20 Average Valence Electron Energies 122 21 Partial Charge 126 22 Polar, Nonpolar, and Ionic Bonds 132 23 Dipole Moment 136 Solids and Liquids 24 The Ionic Bond 142 25 Metals 150 26 The Bond-Type Triangle 154 27 Intermolecular Forces 159 Stoichiometry 28 The Mole Concept 166 29 Chemical Equations 170 30 Limiting Reagent 176 31 Empirical Formula 180 32 Molarity 184 Gases 33 The Ideal Gas Law 192 Thermochemistry 34 Enthalpy of Atom Combination 196 35 Enthalpy Changes in Chemical Reactions 202 Equilibrium 36 Rates of Chemical Reactions (I) 208 37 Equilibrium (I) 213 38 Equilibrium (II) 219 39 The Equilibrium Constant(I) 226 40 The Reaction Quotient 234 41 The Solubility Product 244 Acids and Bases 42 Acids and Bases 254 43 Acid Strength 258 44 Weak Acid/Base Dissociation 266 45 pH 274 46 Relative Acid Strength 279 47 Acid/Base Strength of Conjugate Pairs 286 Oxidation-Reduction 48 Redox Reactions 293 49 Oxidation Numbers 296 50 The Electrochemical Cell 300 51 The Cell Voltage 306 Thermodynamics 52 Entropy (I) 310 53 Entropy (II) 316 54 Entropy Changes in Chemical Reactions 320 55 The Equilibrium Constant (II) 328 56 The Equilibrium Constant (III) 333 Kinetics 57 Rates of Chemical Reactions (II) 338 58 Integrated Rate Laws 348 59 Reaction Mechanisms (I) 356 60 Reaction Mechanisms (II) 361 61 Reaction Mechanisms (III) 373 62 Activation Energy 378 Appendix TABLE A.1 Values of Selected Fundamental Constants 381 TABLE A.2 Selected Conversion Factors 381 TABLE A.3 Standard-State Enthalpies, Free Energies, and Entropies of Atom Combination 382 Index 391.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Chemistry: A Guided Approach 6th Edition follows the underlying principles developed by years of research on how readers learn and draws on testing by those using the POGIL methodology. This text follows inquiry based learning and correspondingly emphasizes the underlying concepts and the reasoning behind the concepts. This text offers an approach that follows modern cognitive learning principles by having readers learn how to create knowledge based on experimental data and how to test that knowledge.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Chemistry & ChemEng Library (Swain)
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QD42 .M64 2015 Unknown
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1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations ; 29 cm
  • BRIEF TOC 1. Chemistry in Our Lives 2. Chemistry and Measurements 3. Matter and Energy 4. Atoms and Elements 5. Nuclear Chemistry 6. Ionic and Molecular Compounds 7. Chemical Quantities and Reactions 8. Gases 9. Solutions 10. Acids and Bases and Equilibrium 11. Introduction to Organic Chemistry: Hydrocarbons 12. Alcohols, Thiols, Ethers, Aldehydes, and Ketones 13. Carbohydrates 14. Carboxylic Acids, Esters, Amines, and Amides 15. Lipids 16. Amino Acids, Proteins, and Enzymes 17. Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis 18. Metabolic Pathways and Energy Production COMPREHENSIVE TOC 1. Chemistry in Our Lives 1.1 Chemistry and Chemicals 1.2 Scientific Method: Thinking Like a Scientist 1.3 Learning Chemistry: A Study Plan 1.4 Key Math Skills for Chemistry 2. Chemistry and Measurements 2.1 Units of Measurement 2.2 Measured Numbers and Significant Figures 2.3 Significant Figures in Calculations 2.4 Prefixes and Equalities 2.5 Writing Conversion Factors 2.6 Problem Solving Using Unit Conversion 2.7 Density 3. Matter and Energy 3.1 Classification of Matter 3.2 States and Properties of Matter 3.3 Temperature 3.4 Energy 3.5 Energy and Nutrition 3.6 Specific Heat 3.7 Changes of State 4. Atoms and Elements 4.1 Elements and Symbols 4.2 The Periodic Table 4.3 The Atom 4.4 Atomic Number and Mass Number 4.5 Isotopes and Atomic Mass 4.6 Electron Energy Levels 4.7 Trends in Periodic Properties 5. Nuclear Chemistry 5.1 Natural Radioactivity 5.2 Nuclear Reactions 5.3 Radiation Measurement 5.4 Half-Life of a Radioisotope 5.5 Medical Applications Using Radioactivity 5.6 Nuclear Fission and Fusion 6. Ionic and Molecular Compounds 6.1 Ions: Transfer of Electrons 6.2 Writing Formulas for Ionic Compounds 6.3 Naming Ionic Compounds 6.4 Polyatomic Ions 6.6 Electronegativity and Bond Polarity 6.7 Shapes and Polarity of Molecules 6.8 Attractive Forces in Compounds 7. Chemical Quantities and Reactions 7.1 The Mole 7.2 Molar Mass and Calculations 7.3 Equations for Chemical Reactions 7.4 Types of Reactions 7.5 Oxidation-Reduction Reactions 7.6 Mole Relationships in Chemical Equations 7.7 Mass Calculations for Reactions 7.8 Energy in Chemical Reactions 8. Gases 8.1 Properties of Gases 8.2 Pressure and Volume (Boyle's Law) 8.3 Temperature and Volume (Charles's Law) 8.4 Temperature and Pressure (Gay-Lussac's Law) 8.5 The Combined Gas Law 8.6 Volume and Moles (Avogadro's Law) 8.7 Partial Pressures (Dalton's Law) 9. Solutions 9.1 Solutions 9.2 Electrolytes and Nonelectrolytes 9.3 Solubility 9.4 Concentrations of Solutions 9.5 Dilution of Solutions 9.6 Properties of Solutions 10. Acids and Bases and Equilibrium 10.1 Acids and Bases 10.2 Strengths of Acids and Bases 10.3 Acid-Base Equilibrium 10.4 Ionization of Water 10.5 The pH Scale 10.6 Reactions of Acids and Bases 10.7 Buffers 11. Introduction to Organic Chemistry: Hydrocarbons 11.1 Organic Compounds 11.2 Alkanes 11.3 Alkanes with Substituents 11.4 Properties of Alkanes 11.5 Alkenes and Alkynes 11.6 Cis-Trans Isomers 11.7 Addition Reactions 12. Alcohols, Thiols, Ethers, Aldehydes, and Ketones 12.1 Alcohols, Phenols, Thiols, and Ethers 12.2 Properties of Alcohols 12.3 Aldehydes and Ketones 12.4 Reactions of Alcohols, Thiols, Aldehydes, and Ketones 13. Carbohydrates 13.1 Carbohydrates 13.2 Chiral Molecules 13.3 Fischer Projections of Monosaccharides 13.4 Haworth Structures of Monosaccharides 13.5 Chemical Properties of Monosaccharides 13.6 Disaccharides 13.7 Polysaccharides 14. Carboxylic Acids, Esters, Amines, and Amides 14.1 Carboxylic Acids 14.2 Properties of Carboxylic Acids 14.3 Esters 14.4 Hydrolysis of Esters 14.5 Amines 14.6 Amides 15. Lipids 15.1 Lipids 15.2 Fatty Acids 15.3 Waxes and Triacylglycerols 15.4 Chemical Properties of Triacylglycerols 15.5 Phospholipids 15.6 Steroids: Cholesterol, Bile Salts, and Steroid Hormones 15.7 Cell Membranes 16. Amino Acids, Proteins, and Enzymes 16.1 Proteins and Amino Acids 16.2 Amino Acids as Acids and Bases 16.3 Proteins: Primary Structure 16.4 Proteins: Secondary, Tertiary, and Quaternary Structures 16.5 Enzymes 16.6 Factors Affecting Enzyme Activity 17. Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis 17.1 Components of Nucleic Acids 17.2 Primary Structure of Nucleic Acids 17.3 DNA Double Helix 17.4 RNA and the Genetic Code 17.5 Protein Synthesis 17.6 Genetic Mutations 17.7 Viruses 18. Metabolic Pathways and Energy Production 18.1 Metabolism and ATP Energy 18.2 Digestion of Foods 18.3 Coenzymes in Metabolic Pathways 18.4 Glycolysis: Oxidation of Glucose 18.5 The Citric Acid Cycle 18.6 Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation 18.7 Oxidation of Fatty Acids 18.8 Degradation of Amino Acids.
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For one-semester courses in General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry Show the importance of chemistry in the real world Chemistry: An Introduction to General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry, Twelfth Edition is the ideal resource for today's allied health students. Assuming no prior knowledge of chemistry, author Karen Timberlake engages students through her friendly presentation style and reveals connections between the structure and behavior of matter and its role in health and the environment. With a renewed focus on problem-solving skills, the Twelfth Edition encourages active learning through the new, interactive Pearson eText enhanced with media within MasteringChemistry. New Interactive Videos, Sample Calculations, 'Problem Solving in Allied Health' Tutorials, and Dynamic Study Modules bring chemistry to life and walk students through different approaches to problem solving, providing remediation where needed. This program provides a better teaching and learning experience-for you and your students. It will help you to: * Personalize learning with MasteringChemistry(R): This online homework, tutorial, and assessment program helps students master core concepts and problem-solving skills, thus freeing up time in the classroom for instructors to focus on complex topics. * Show the relevance of chemistry through real-world examples: Activities and applications throughout the program couple chemistry concepts with health and environmental career applications to help students understand why course content matters. * Foster development of problem-solving skills: The program introduces a variety of clear problem-solving strategies early in the text that are reinforced through Allied Health Tutorials in MasteringChemistry and revisited when needed. * Help students visualize and understand concepts: The text's engaging visual features, including macro-to-micro illustrations, a rich photographic program, and concept maps, help students understand chemistry by seeing chemistry. Note: You are purchasing a standalone product; MasteringChemistry does not come packaged with this content. If you would like to purchase both the physical text and MasteringChemistry search for ISBN-10: 0321907140 / ISBN-13: 9780321907141. That package includes ISBN-10: 0321908449 /ISBN-13: 9780321908445 and ISBN-10: 0321909240 / ISBN-13: 9780321909244. MasteringChemistry is not a self-paced technology and should only be purchased when required by an instructor.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • BRIEF TOC 1. Chemistry in Our Lives 2. Chemistry and Measurements 3. Matter and Energy 4. Atoms and Elements 5. Nuclear Chemistry 6. Ionic and Molecular Compounds 7. Chemical Quantities and Reactions 8. Gases 9. Solutions 10. Acids and Bases and Equilibrium 11. Introduction to Organic Chemistry: Hydrocarbons 12. Alcohols, Thiols, Ethers, Aldehydes, and Ketones 13. Carbohydrates 14. Carboxylic Acids, Esters, Amines, and Amides 15. Lipids 16. Amino Acids, Proteins, and Enzymes 17. Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis 18. Metabolic Pathways and Energy Production COMPREHENSIVE TOC 1. Chemistry in Our Lives 1.1 Chemistry and Chemicals 1.2 Scientific Method: Thinking Like a Scientist 1.3 Learning Chemistry: A Study Plan 1.4 Key Math Skills for Chemistry 2. Chemistry and Measurements 2.1 Units of Measurement 2.2 Measured Numbers and Significant Figures 2.3 Significant Figures in Calculations 2.4 Prefixes and Equalities 2.5 Writing Conversion Factors 2.6 Problem Solving Using Unit Conversion 2.7 Density 3. Matter and Energy 3.1 Classification of Matter 3.2 States and Properties of Matter 3.3 Temperature 3.4 Energy 3.5 Energy and Nutrition 3.6 Specific Heat 3.7 Changes of State 4. Atoms and Elements 4.1 Elements and Symbols 4.2 The Periodic Table 4.3 The Atom 4.4 Atomic Number and Mass Number 4.5 Isotopes and Atomic Mass 4.6 Electron Energy Levels 4.7 Trends in Periodic Properties 5. Nuclear Chemistry 5.1 Natural Radioactivity 5.2 Nuclear Reactions 5.3 Radiation Measurement 5.4 Half-Life of a Radioisotope 5.5 Medical Applications Using Radioactivity 5.6 Nuclear Fission and Fusion 6. Ionic and Molecular Compounds 6.1 Ions: Transfer of Electrons 6.2 Writing Formulas for Ionic Compounds 6.3 Naming Ionic Compounds 6.4 Polyatomic Ions 6.6 Electronegativity and Bond Polarity 6.7 Shapes and Polarity of Molecules 6.8 Attractive Forces in Compounds 7. Chemical Quantities and Reactions 7.1 The Mole 7.2 Molar Mass and Calculations 7.3 Equations for Chemical Reactions 7.4 Types of Reactions 7.5 Oxidation-Reduction Reactions 7.6 Mole Relationships in Chemical Equations 7.7 Mass Calculations for Reactions 7.8 Energy in Chemical Reactions 8. Gases 8.1 Properties of Gases 8.2 Pressure and Volume (Boyle's Law) 8.3 Temperature and Volume (Charles's Law) 8.4 Temperature and Pressure (Gay-Lussac's Law) 8.5 The Combined Gas Law 8.6 Volume and Moles (Avogadro's Law) 8.7 Partial Pressures (Dalton's Law) 9. Solutions 9.1 Solutions 9.2 Electrolytes and Nonelectrolytes 9.3 Solubility 9.4 Concentrations of Solutions 9.5 Dilution of Solutions 9.6 Properties of Solutions 10. Acids and Bases and Equilibrium 10.1 Acids and Bases 10.2 Strengths of Acids and Bases 10.3 Acid-Base Equilibrium 10.4 Ionization of Water 10.5 The pH Scale 10.6 Reactions of Acids and Bases 10.7 Buffers 11. Introduction to Organic Chemistry: Hydrocarbons 11.1 Organic Compounds 11.2 Alkanes 11.3 Alkanes with Substituents 11.4 Properties of Alkanes 11.5 Alkenes and Alkynes 11.6 Cis-Trans Isomers 11.7 Addition Reactions 12. Alcohols, Thiols, Ethers, Aldehydes, and Ketones 12.1 Alcohols, Phenols, Thiols, and Ethers 12.2 Properties of Alcohols 12.3 Aldehydes and Ketones 12.4 Reactions of Alcohols, Thiols, Aldehydes, and Ketones 13. Carbohydrates 13.1 Carbohydrates 13.2 Chiral Molecules 13.3 Fischer Projections of Monosaccharides 13.4 Haworth Structures of Monosaccharides 13.5 Chemical Properties of Monosaccharides 13.6 Disaccharides 13.7 Polysaccharides 14. Carboxylic Acids, Esters, Amines, and Amides 14.1 Carboxylic Acids 14.2 Properties of Carboxylic Acids 14.3 Esters 14.4 Hydrolysis of Esters 14.5 Amines 14.6 Amides 15. Lipids 15.1 Lipids 15.2 Fatty Acids 15.3 Waxes and Triacylglycerols 15.4 Chemical Properties of Triacylglycerols 15.5 Phospholipids 15.6 Steroids: Cholesterol, Bile Salts, and Steroid Hormones 15.7 Cell Membranes 16. Amino Acids, Proteins, and Enzymes 16.1 Proteins and Amino Acids 16.2 Amino Acids as Acids and Bases 16.3 Proteins: Primary Structure 16.4 Proteins: Secondary, Tertiary, and Quaternary Structures 16.5 Enzymes 16.6 Factors Affecting Enzyme Activity 17. Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis 17.1 Components of Nucleic Acids 17.2 Primary Structure of Nucleic Acids 17.3 DNA Double Helix 17.4 RNA and the Genetic Code 17.5 Protein Synthesis 17.6 Genetic Mutations 17.7 Viruses 18. Metabolic Pathways and Energy Production 18.1 Metabolism and ATP Energy 18.2 Digestion of Foods 18.3 Coenzymes in Metabolic Pathways 18.4 Glycolysis: Oxidation of Glucose 18.5 The Citric Acid Cycle 18.6 Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation 18.7 Oxidation of Fatty Acids 18.8 Degradation of Amino Acids.
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For one-semester courses in General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry Show the importance of chemistry in the real world Chemistry: An Introduction to General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry, Twelfth Edition is the ideal resource for today's allied health students. Assuming no prior knowledge of chemistry, author Karen Timberlake engages students through her friendly presentation style and reveals connections between the structure and behavior of matter and its role in health and the environment. With a renewed focus on problem-solving skills, the Twelfth Edition encourages active learning through the new, interactive Pearson eText enhanced with media within MasteringChemistry. New Interactive Videos, Sample Calculations, 'Problem Solving in Allied Health' Tutorials, and Dynamic Study Modules bring chemistry to life and walk students through different approaches to problem solving, providing remediation where needed. This program provides a better teaching and learning experience-for you and your students. It will help you to: * Personalize learning with MasteringChemistry(R): This online homework, tutorial, and assessment program helps students master core concepts and problem-solving skills, thus freeing up time in the classroom for instructors to focus on complex topics. * Show the relevance of chemistry through real-world examples: Activities and applications throughout the program couple chemistry concepts with health and environmental career applications to help students understand why course content matters. * Foster development of problem-solving skills: The program introduces a variety of clear problem-solving strategies early in the text that are reinforced through Allied Health Tutorials in MasteringChemistry and revisited when needed. * Help students visualize and understand concepts: The text's engaging visual features, including macro-to-micro illustrations, a rich photographic program, and concept maps, help students understand chemistry by seeing chemistry. Note: You are purchasing a standalone product; MasteringChemistry does not come packaged with this content. If you would like to purchase both the physical text and MasteringChemistry search for ISBN-10: 0321907140 / ISBN-13: 9780321907141. That package includes ISBN-10: 0321908449 /ISBN-13: 9780321908445 and ISBN-10: 0321909240 / ISBN-13: 9780321909244. MasteringChemistry is not a self-paced technology and should only be purchased when required by an instructor.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Chemistry & ChemEng Library (Swain)
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QD31.3 .T55 2015 Unknown
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xxvi, 285 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Preface Research of Local Characteristics of Process of Separation of a Dust in a Rotoklon-- Regina R. Usmanova, Roman Jozwik, and Gennady E. Zaikov Lecture Note on Topological Modelling of Materials Based on Different Binders Incorporated with Powder Fillers-- R. Z. Rakhimov, N. R. Rakhimova, O. V. Stoyanov, G. E. Zaikov, J. Richert, and E. Klodzinska Research Note on Structure and Properties of Metal-Filled Polyarylates Obtained Explosive Pressing-- N. A. Adamenko and S. M. Ryzhova Technical Note on the Effect of Ozonation on Crude Oil Foamability and Properties Contributing to It-- A. V. Stavitskayaa, M. L. Konstantinovab, S. D. Razumovskiyb, and R. Z. Safieva Research Note on Synthesis, Structure and Properties of Composite Material Based on Polydiphenylamine and Cobalt Nanoparticles-- S. Zh. Ozkan and G. P. Karpacheva Research Note on Synthesis in the Interfacial Conditions of Hybrid Dispersed Magnetic Nanomaterial Based on Poly-N-Phenylanthranilic Acid-- S. Zh. Ozkan, I. S. Eremeev, and G. P. Karpacheva Technical Note on Biodegradable Blends of Poly (3-Hydroxybutyrate) with an Ethylene-Propylene Rubber-- A. A. Ol'khov, A. L. Iordanskii, Yu. N. Pankova, W. Tyszkiewicz, and G. E. Zaikov Melaphen Prevents Mitochondrial Swelling Caused by Stress-- E. M. Mil, V. I. Binyukov, I. V. Zigacheva, A. A. Albantova , S. G. Fattahov, and A. I. Konovalov Antioxidant Activity of Some Isobornylphenol Derivatives at Destruction of Polyvinyl Chloride-- V. R. Khairullina, A. Ya. Gerchikov, R. M. Akhmetkhanov, I. T. Gabitov, I. Yu. Chukicheva, A. V. Kuchin, and G. E. Zaikov Pd Complex of 5, 10, 15, 20 - Tetra (4-Carbomethoxyphenyl) Porphyrin Luminescence Study in Interaction with b-Cyclodextrin and Human Serum Albumin in Solutions-- I. A. Nagovitsyn, G. K. Chudinova, G. V. Sin'ko, G. A.Ptitsyn, V. A. Danilov, A. I. Zubov, V. V. Kurilkin, and G. G. Komissarov Technical Note on Bioantioxidant Action of the Essential Oils from Oregano, Clove Bud, Lemon and Ginger Extract in the Liver of Mice in vivo-- E. B. Burlakova, T. A. Misharina, L. D. Fatkullina, E. S. Alinkina, A. I. Kozachenko, L. G. Nagler, and I. B. Medvedeva Research Note on Mechanochemical Halide Modification of Elastomers with Fluorine-Containing Modificator and Properties Materials Based on It-- Yu. O. Andriasyan, I. A. Mikhaylov, G. E. Zaikov, and A. A. Popov Research Note on Complex Forming Properties of the New Composite Materials Based on Dialdehide Cellulose and Acrylate Derivatives of Guanidine With D-Elements-- S. Yu. Khashirova, A. A. Zhansitov, and S. A. Elcheparova Technical Note on the Effect of Zinc Precursor Solutions on Nucleation and Growth of Znonanorod Films Deposited by Spray Pyrolysis Technique-- Lan Anh Luu Thi, Ngoc Minh Le, Hong Viet Nguyen, Phi Hung Pham, Mateus Manuel Neto, Ngoc Trung Nguyen, and Thach Son Vo Acid-Base Properties of Ionizable Biopolymeric Compositions by pK Spectroscopy: Research Note-- S. V. Frolova, L. A. Kuvshinova, and M. A. Ryazanov The Effectiveness of Inoculation of the Seeds of Galega orientalis with Microbial Agents Vogal and Rhizophos: Research Note-- Vera Iv. Bushuyeva Variety Differences of Galega orientalis Lam. in Radionuclide Accumulation: Research Note-- Vera Iv. Bushuyeva Methodic Fundamentals of the Fruit Crops Production Orchards Distribution in Ukraine: Research Note-- Mykola O. Bublyk, Lyudmyla A. Fryziuk, and Lyudmyla M. Levchuk Technical Note on Biodegradable Film Materials Based on Polyethylene, Modified Chitosan-- M. V. Bazunova, D. R. Valiev, R. M. Akhmetkhanov, and G. E. Zaikov Comparison of Free-Radical Scavenging Properties of Glutathione Under Neutral and Acidic Conditions-- Katarina Valachova, Tamer M. Tamer, and Ladislav Soltes Supramolecular Decomposition of the Aralkyl Hydroperoxides in the Presence of EtNBr-- N. A. Turovskij, E. V. Raksha, Yu. V. Berestneva, E. N. Pasternak, M. Yu. Zubritskij, I. A. Opeida, and G. E. Zaikov The Study of Elastic Polyurethane Thermal Stability by Differential Scanning Calorimetry-- I. A. Novakov, M. A. Vaniev, D. V. Medvedev, N. V. Sidorenko, G. V. Medvedev, and D. O. Gusev Index.
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This important volume highlights the latest developments and trends in chemistry, biochemistry, and biology. It presents the developments of advanced materials and respective tools to characterize and predict the material properties and behavior. The book provides original, theoretical, and important experimental results that use non-routine methodologies often unfamiliar to the usual readers. The papers on novel applications of more familiar experimental techniques and analyses of chemical, biochemistry, and biological programs indicate the need for new experimental approaches.
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  • Preface Research of Local Characteristics of Process of Separation of a Dust in a Rotoklon-- Regina R. Usmanova, Roman Jozwik, and Gennady E. Zaikov Lecture Note on Topological Modelling of Materials Based on Different Binders Incorporated with Powder Fillers-- R. Z. Rakhimov, N. R. Rakhimova, O. V. Stoyanov, G. E. Zaikov, J. Richert, and E. Klodzinska Research Note on Structure and Properties of Metal-Filled Polyarylates Obtained Explosive Pressing-- N. A. Adamenko and S. M. Ryzhova Technical Note on the Effect of Ozonation on Crude Oil Foamability and Properties Contributing to It-- A. V. Stavitskayaa, M. L. Konstantinovab, S. D. Razumovskiyb, and R. Z. Safieva Research Note on Synthesis, Structure and Properties of Composite Material Based on Polydiphenylamine and Cobalt Nanoparticles-- S. Zh. Ozkan and G. P. Karpacheva Research Note on Synthesis in the Interfacial Conditions of Hybrid Dispersed Magnetic Nanomaterial Based on Poly-N-Phenylanthranilic Acid-- S. Zh. Ozkan, I. S. Eremeev, and G. P. Karpacheva Technical Note on Biodegradable Blends of Poly (3-Hydroxybutyrate) with an Ethylene-Propylene Rubber-- A. A. Ol'khov, A. L. Iordanskii, Yu. N. Pankova, W. Tyszkiewicz, and G. E. Zaikov Melaphen Prevents Mitochondrial Swelling Caused by Stress-- E. M. Mil, V. I. Binyukov, I. V. Zigacheva, A. A. Albantova , S. G. Fattahov, and A. I. Konovalov Antioxidant Activity of Some Isobornylphenol Derivatives at Destruction of Polyvinyl Chloride-- V. R. Khairullina, A. Ya. Gerchikov, R. M. Akhmetkhanov, I. T. Gabitov, I. Yu. Chukicheva, A. V. Kuchin, and G. E. Zaikov Pd Complex of 5, 10, 15, 20 - Tetra (4-Carbomethoxyphenyl) Porphyrin Luminescence Study in Interaction with b-Cyclodextrin and Human Serum Albumin in Solutions-- I. A. Nagovitsyn, G. K. Chudinova, G. V. Sin'ko, G. A.Ptitsyn, V. A. Danilov, A. I. Zubov, V. V. Kurilkin, and G. G. Komissarov Technical Note on Bioantioxidant Action of the Essential Oils from Oregano, Clove Bud, Lemon and Ginger Extract in the Liver of Mice in vivo-- E. B. Burlakova, T. A. Misharina, L. D. Fatkullina, E. S. Alinkina, A. I. Kozachenko, L. G. Nagler, and I. B. Medvedeva Research Note on Mechanochemical Halide Modification of Elastomers with Fluorine-Containing Modificator and Properties Materials Based on It-- Yu. O. Andriasyan, I. A. Mikhaylov, G. E. Zaikov, and A. A. Popov Research Note on Complex Forming Properties of the New Composite Materials Based on Dialdehide Cellulose and Acrylate Derivatives of Guanidine With D-Elements-- S. Yu. Khashirova, A. A. Zhansitov, and S. A. Elcheparova Technical Note on the Effect of Zinc Precursor Solutions on Nucleation and Growth of Znonanorod Films Deposited by Spray Pyrolysis Technique-- Lan Anh Luu Thi, Ngoc Minh Le, Hong Viet Nguyen, Phi Hung Pham, Mateus Manuel Neto, Ngoc Trung Nguyen, and Thach Son Vo Acid-Base Properties of Ionizable Biopolymeric Compositions by pK Spectroscopy: Research Note-- S. V. Frolova, L. A. Kuvshinova, and M. A. Ryazanov The Effectiveness of Inoculation of the Seeds of Galega orientalis with Microbial Agents Vogal and Rhizophos: Research Note-- Vera Iv. Bushuyeva Variety Differences of Galega orientalis Lam. in Radionuclide Accumulation: Research Note-- Vera Iv. Bushuyeva Methodic Fundamentals of the Fruit Crops Production Orchards Distribution in Ukraine: Research Note-- Mykola O. Bublyk, Lyudmyla A. Fryziuk, and Lyudmyla M. Levchuk Technical Note on Biodegradable Film Materials Based on Polyethylene, Modified Chitosan-- M. V. Bazunova, D. R. Valiev, R. M. Akhmetkhanov, and G. E. Zaikov Comparison of Free-Radical Scavenging Properties of Glutathione Under Neutral and Acidic Conditions-- Katarina Valachova, Tamer M. Tamer, and Ladislav Soltes Supramolecular Decomposition of the Aralkyl Hydroperoxides in the Presence of EtNBr-- N. A. Turovskij, E. V. Raksha, Yu. V. Berestneva, E. N. Pasternak, M. Yu. Zubritskij, I. A. Opeida, and G. E. Zaikov The Study of Elastic Polyurethane Thermal Stability by Differential Scanning Calorimetry-- I. A. Novakov, M. A. Vaniev, D. V. Medvedev, N. V. Sidorenko, G. V. Medvedev, and D. O. Gusev Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This important volume highlights the latest developments and trends in chemistry, biochemistry, and biology. It presents the developments of advanced materials and respective tools to characterize and predict the material properties and behavior. The book provides original, theoretical, and important experimental results that use non-routine methodologies often unfamiliar to the usual readers. The papers on novel applications of more familiar experimental techniques and analyses of chemical, biochemistry, and biological programs indicate the need for new experimental approaches.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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QD415 .C446 2015 Unknown
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xvi, 523 pages, 53 variously numbered pages ; 28 cm
  • 0 Chemistry for a Sustainable Future 1 The Air We Breathe 2 Protecting the Ozone Layer 3 The Chemistry of Global Climate Change 4 Energy from Combustion 5 Water for Life 6 Neutralizing the Threat of Acid Rain 7 The Fires of Nuclear Fission 8 Energy from Electron Transfer 9 The World of Polymers and Plastics 10 Manipulating Molecules and Designing Drugs 11 Nutrition: Food for Thought 12 Genetic Engineering and the Molecules of Life Appendixes Appendix 1: Measure for Measure - Conversion Factors and Constants Appendix 2: The Power of Exponents Appendix 3: Clearing the Logjam Appendix 4: Answers to Your Turn Questions Not Answered in the Text Appendix 5: Answers to Selected End-of-Chapter Questions.
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Following in the tradition of the first seven editions, the goal of this successful, issues-based textbook, Chemistry in Context, is to establish chemical principles on a need-to-know basis for non-science majors, enabling them to learn chemistry in the context of their own lives and significant issues facing science and the world. The non-traditional approach of Chemistry in Context reflects today's technological issues and the chemistry principles within them. Global warming, alternate fuels, nutrition, and genetic engineering are examples of issues that are covered in Chemistry in Context.
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  • 0 Chemistry for a Sustainable Future 1 The Air We Breathe 2 Protecting the Ozone Layer 3 The Chemistry of Global Climate Change 4 Energy from Combustion 5 Water for Life 6 Neutralizing the Threat of Acid Rain 7 The Fires of Nuclear Fission 8 Energy from Electron Transfer 9 The World of Polymers and Plastics 10 Manipulating Molecules and Designing Drugs 11 Nutrition: Food for Thought 12 Genetic Engineering and the Molecules of Life Appendixes Appendix 1: Measure for Measure - Conversion Factors and Constants Appendix 2: The Power of Exponents Appendix 3: Clearing the Logjam Appendix 4: Answers to Your Turn Questions Not Answered in the Text Appendix 5: Answers to Selected End-of-Chapter Questions.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Following in the tradition of the first seven editions, the goal of this successful, issues-based textbook, Chemistry in Context, is to establish chemical principles on a need-to-know basis for non-science majors, enabling them to learn chemistry in the context of their own lives and significant issues facing science and the world. The non-traditional approach of Chemistry in Context reflects today's technological issues and the chemistry principles within them. Global warming, alternate fuels, nutrition, and genetic engineering are examples of issues that are covered in Chemistry in Context.
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QD415 .C482 2015 Unknown
QD415 .C482 2015 Unknown
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xvi, 381 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Introduction Synthesis of Pyrroles and N-Vinylpyrroles by the Reaction of Ketones (Ketoximes) with Acetylenes Heterocyclization of ketoximes with acetylene Regioselectivity of the reaction Substituted acetylenes in reactions with ketoximes Vinyl halogenides and dihalogenethanes as synthetic equivalents of acetylene Intermediate stages and side reactions delta-Carbolines from 3-acylindoles and acetylene Reaction of ketoximes with acetylene in the presence of ketones. One-pot assembly of 4-methylen-3-oxa-1-azabicyclo[3.1.0]hexanes Transformations of aldoximes in the systems MOH/DMSO and MOH/DMSO/acetylene Mechanism of pyrrole synthesis from ketoximes and acetylene Novel Aspects of NH- and N-Vinylpyrroles Reactivity Reaction with the participation of the pyrrole ring Reactions with participation of the vinyl group Conclusions References Index.
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During the last 30 years, knowledge of the essential role that pyrrole structures play in the chemistry of living organisms, drug design, and the development of advanced materials has increased. Correspondingly, research on the diverse issues of synthetic, theoretical, and applied chemistry has snowballed. Devoted to the latest achievements of this field, Chemistry of Pyrroles covers the discovery and development of a novel, facile, and highly effective method for the construction of the pyrrole ring from ketones (ketoximes) and acetylene in superbase catalytic systems (Trofimov reaction). It provides cutting-edge details on the preparation of valuable but previously inaccessible pyrrole compounds. It includes approximately 1,000 structures of novel pyrrole compounds, their yields, and physical-chemical characteristics. The authors analyze conditions of typical syntheses, limitations of their applicability, and possibility of vinyl chloride or dichloroethane application instead of acetylene. They examine chemical engineering aspects of the first synthesis of tetrahydroindole and indole from commercially available oxime of cyclohexanone and acetylene. In addition, the book discusses new facets of pyrroles and N-vinyl pyrroles reactivity in the reactions with the participation of both the pyrrole ring and N-vinyl groups. The book provides condensed, clear-cut information on novel syntheses of substituted pyrroles as key structural units of living matter (chlorophyll and hemoglobin), pharmaceuticals, and monomers for optoelectronic materials. It includes tables that provide references to original works, forming a guide to a variety of the reactions and synthesized compounds discussed. With coverage of the broad range of pyrrole chemistry and methods for their synthesis, it provides both a theoretical and an experimental basis for drug design.
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  • Introduction Synthesis of Pyrroles and N-Vinylpyrroles by the Reaction of Ketones (Ketoximes) with Acetylenes Heterocyclization of ketoximes with acetylene Regioselectivity of the reaction Substituted acetylenes in reactions with ketoximes Vinyl halogenides and dihalogenethanes as synthetic equivalents of acetylene Intermediate stages and side reactions delta-Carbolines from 3-acylindoles and acetylene Reaction of ketoximes with acetylene in the presence of ketones. One-pot assembly of 4-methylen-3-oxa-1-azabicyclo[3.1.0]hexanes Transformations of aldoximes in the systems MOH/DMSO and MOH/DMSO/acetylene Mechanism of pyrrole synthesis from ketoximes and acetylene Novel Aspects of NH- and N-Vinylpyrroles Reactivity Reaction with the participation of the pyrrole ring Reactions with participation of the vinyl group Conclusions References Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
During the last 30 years, knowledge of the essential role that pyrrole structures play in the chemistry of living organisms, drug design, and the development of advanced materials has increased. Correspondingly, research on the diverse issues of synthetic, theoretical, and applied chemistry has snowballed. Devoted to the latest achievements of this field, Chemistry of Pyrroles covers the discovery and development of a novel, facile, and highly effective method for the construction of the pyrrole ring from ketones (ketoximes) and acetylene in superbase catalytic systems (Trofimov reaction). It provides cutting-edge details on the preparation of valuable but previously inaccessible pyrrole compounds. It includes approximately 1,000 structures of novel pyrrole compounds, their yields, and physical-chemical characteristics. The authors analyze conditions of typical syntheses, limitations of their applicability, and possibility of vinyl chloride or dichloroethane application instead of acetylene. They examine chemical engineering aspects of the first synthesis of tetrahydroindole and indole from commercially available oxime of cyclohexanone and acetylene. In addition, the book discusses new facets of pyrroles and N-vinyl pyrroles reactivity in the reactions with the participation of both the pyrrole ring and N-vinyl groups. The book provides condensed, clear-cut information on novel syntheses of substituted pyrroles as key structural units of living matter (chlorophyll and hemoglobin), pharmaceuticals, and monomers for optoelectronic materials. It includes tables that provide references to original works, forming a guide to a variety of the reactions and synthesized compounds discussed. With coverage of the broad range of pyrrole chemistry and methods for their synthesis, it provides both a theoretical and an experimental basis for drug design.
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QD401 .C4955 2015 Unknown
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1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 28 cm
  • 1 Introduction: Matter and Measurement 2 Atoms, Molecules, and Ions 3 Chemical Reactions and Reaction Stoichiometry 4 Reactions in Aqueous Solution 5 Thermochemistry 6 Electronic Structure of Atoms 7 Periodic Properties of the Elements 8 Basic Concepts of Chemical Bonding 9 Molecular Geometry and Bonding Theories 10 Gases 11 Liquids and Intermolecular Forces 12 Solids and Modern Materials 13 Properties of Solutions 14 Chemical Kinetics 15 Chemical Equilibrium 16 Acid-Base Equilibria 17 Additional Aspects of Aqueous Equilibria 18 Chemistry of the Environment 19 Chemical Thermodynamics 20 Electrochemistry 21 Nuclear Chemistry 22 Chemistry of the Nonmetals 23 Transition Metals and Coordination Chemistry 24 The Chemistry of Life: Organic and Biological Chemistry Appendices A Mathematical Operations B Properties of Water C Thermodynamic Quantities for Selected Substances at 298.15 K (25 C) D Aqueous Equilibrium Constants E Standard Reduction Potentials at 25 C Answers to Selected Exercises Answers to "Give It Some Thought" Answers to "Go Figure" Answers to Selected Practice Exercises.
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The trusted, innovative, calibrated leader Unrivaled problems, notable scientific accuracy and currency, and remarkable clarity have made Chemistry: The Central Science the leading general chemistry text for more than a decade. Trusted, innovative, and calibrated, the text increases conceptual understanding and student success in general chemistry by building on the expertise of the dynamic author team of leading researchers and award-winning professors. The new Thirteenth Edition builds on the Twelfth Edition's major revision, in which every word and piece of art was scrutinized by all the authors to increase its effectiveness. Placing a greater emphasis on research, this edition is more tightly integrated with MasteringChemistry, the leading online homework, tutorial, and assessment program- resulting in an unparalleled teaching and learning package that personalizes learning and coaches students toward understanding and mastery of tough chemistry topics. This program presents a better teaching and learning experience-for you and your students. It provides: *Enhanced learning from a dynamic author team of leading researchers and award-winning professors: Each member of this well-respected author team brings their expertise in a wide range of areas to the pages of this popular text. All authors have been active researchers and have taught general chemistry for many years. *Improved conceptual understanding through stepped up, relevant pedagogy: Students get numerous opportunities to test their knowledge through Give It Some Thought (GIST) exercises, Go Figure questions, and A Closer Look essays, now integrated with clicker questions and in MasteringChemistry. *Invaluable aids that ensure problem-solving success: By using a consistent process, a unique Analyze/Plan/Solve/Check format, dual-column problem-solving approach in certain areas, a new practice exercise following each worked example, and the Strategies in Chemistry feature, students are placed on the right path from the very start to excel at problem solving and comprehension. *Clarity through visualization from a variety of perspectives, including macroscopic, microscopic, and symbolic: Included are Visualizing Concepts exercises, with models, graphs, and other visual materials; sample exercises with molecular illustrations; and conceptual questions in the end-of-chapter questions. *Superior support beyond the classroom with MasteringChemistry: Students benefit from personalized, interactive learning through MasteringChemistry's self-paced tutorials that guide them through the text's most challenging topics; provide immediate, specific feedback; and keep students engaged and on track. Note: You are purchasing a standalone product; MasteringChemistry does not come packaged with this content. MasteringChemistry is not a self-paced technology and should only be purchased when required by an instructor.
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  • 1 Introduction: Matter and Measurement 2 Atoms, Molecules, and Ions 3 Chemical Reactions and Reaction Stoichiometry 4 Reactions in Aqueous Solution 5 Thermochemistry 6 Electronic Structure of Atoms 7 Periodic Properties of the Elements 8 Basic Concepts of Chemical Bonding 9 Molecular Geometry and Bonding Theories 10 Gases 11 Liquids and Intermolecular Forces 12 Solids and Modern Materials 13 Properties of Solutions 14 Chemical Kinetics 15 Chemical Equilibrium 16 Acid-Base Equilibria 17 Additional Aspects of Aqueous Equilibria 18 Chemistry of the Environment 19 Chemical Thermodynamics 20 Electrochemistry 21 Nuclear Chemistry 22 Chemistry of the Nonmetals 23 Transition Metals and Coordination Chemistry 24 The Chemistry of Life: Organic and Biological Chemistry Appendices A Mathematical Operations B Properties of Water C Thermodynamic Quantities for Selected Substances at 298.15 K (25 C) D Aqueous Equilibrium Constants E Standard Reduction Potentials at 25 C Answers to Selected Exercises Answers to "Give It Some Thought" Answers to "Go Figure" Answers to Selected Practice Exercises.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
The trusted, innovative, calibrated leader Unrivaled problems, notable scientific accuracy and currency, and remarkable clarity have made Chemistry: The Central Science the leading general chemistry text for more than a decade. Trusted, innovative, and calibrated, the text increases conceptual understanding and student success in general chemistry by building on the expertise of the dynamic author team of leading researchers and award-winning professors. The new Thirteenth Edition builds on the Twelfth Edition's major revision, in which every word and piece of art was scrutinized by all the authors to increase its effectiveness. Placing a greater emphasis on research, this edition is more tightly integrated with MasteringChemistry, the leading online homework, tutorial, and assessment program- resulting in an unparalleled teaching and learning package that personalizes learning and coaches students toward understanding and mastery of tough chemistry topics. This program presents a better teaching and learning experience-for you and your students. It provides: *Enhanced learning from a dynamic author team of leading researchers and award-winning professors: Each member of this well-respected author team brings their expertise in a wide range of areas to the pages of this popular text. All authors have been active researchers and have taught general chemistry for many years. *Improved conceptual understanding through stepped up, relevant pedagogy: Students get numerous opportunities to test their knowledge through Give It Some Thought (GIST) exercises, Go Figure questions, and A Closer Look essays, now integrated with clicker questions and in MasteringChemistry. *Invaluable aids that ensure problem-solving success: By using a consistent process, a unique Analyze/Plan/Solve/Check format, dual-column problem-solving approach in certain areas, a new practice exercise following each worked example, and the Strategies in Chemistry feature, students are placed on the right path from the very start to excel at problem solving and comprehension. *Clarity through visualization from a variety of perspectives, including macroscopic, microscopic, and symbolic: Included are Visualizing Concepts exercises, with models, graphs, and other visual materials; sample exercises with molecular illustrations; and conceptual questions in the end-of-chapter questions. *Superior support beyond the classroom with MasteringChemistry: Students benefit from personalized, interactive learning through MasteringChemistry's self-paced tutorials that guide them through the text's most challenging topics; provide immediate, specific feedback; and keep students engaged and on track. Note: You are purchasing a standalone product; MasteringChemistry does not come packaged with this content. MasteringChemistry is not a self-paced technology and should only be purchased when required by an instructor.
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QD31.3 .C43145 2015 Unknown

16. Colour Chemistry [2015]

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xiii, 345 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm
  • Colour: A Brief Historical Perspective-- The Physical and Chemical Basis of Colour-- Azo Dyes and Pigments-- Carbonyl Dyes and Pigments-- Phthalocyanines-- Miscellaneous Chemical Classes of Dyes and Pigments-- Textile Dyes (excluding Reactive Dyes)-- Reactive Dyes for Textiles-- Pigments-- Colour in Cosmetics-- Functional or Intelligent Dyes-- Colour and the Environment, Subject Index.
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This revised and up-dated second edition provides a current insight into how the fundamental principles of the chemistry of colour are applied in dyes and pigments. The text has been expanded and re-written throughout, while largely maintaining the structure of the first edition. In particular, the chapter on functional dyes has been substantially re-written to embrace the significant developments in chemistry and technology that this area has experienced in the last decade. As industry and society have become increasingly sensitive towards environmental issues, the chapter describing how the colour industry has been responding is expanded to reflect this growing importance. A new chapter is introduced on colour in cosmetics, with particular emphasis on hair dyes, reflecting the growing international, industrial significance of this topic. This chapter is co-written with Dr Olivier Morel. Colour Chemistry will be of interest to academics and industrialists who are specialists in colour science or who have involvement with the diverse range of coloured materials, for example traditional application in textiles, paints, printing inks, plastics and cosmetics, and functional applications in electronics and biology. Broad and balanced in its coverage, this book provides an introduction to the chemistry of colour that is ideal for students, graduates and those in industry and academia seeking an introduction to the topic.
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  • Colour: A Brief Historical Perspective-- The Physical and Chemical Basis of Colour-- Azo Dyes and Pigments-- Carbonyl Dyes and Pigments-- Phthalocyanines-- Miscellaneous Chemical Classes of Dyes and Pigments-- Textile Dyes (excluding Reactive Dyes)-- Reactive Dyes for Textiles-- Pigments-- Colour in Cosmetics-- Functional or Intelligent Dyes-- Colour and the Environment, Subject Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This revised and up-dated second edition provides a current insight into how the fundamental principles of the chemistry of colour are applied in dyes and pigments. The text has been expanded and re-written throughout, while largely maintaining the structure of the first edition. In particular, the chapter on functional dyes has been substantially re-written to embrace the significant developments in chemistry and technology that this area has experienced in the last decade. As industry and society have become increasingly sensitive towards environmental issues, the chapter describing how the colour industry has been responding is expanded to reflect this growing importance. A new chapter is introduced on colour in cosmetics, with particular emphasis on hair dyes, reflecting the growing international, industrial significance of this topic. This chapter is co-written with Dr Olivier Morel. Colour Chemistry will be of interest to academics and industrialists who are specialists in colour science or who have involvement with the diverse range of coloured materials, for example traditional application in textiles, paints, printing inks, plastics and cosmetics, and functional applications in electronics and biology. Broad and balanced in its coverage, this book provides an introduction to the chemistry of colour that is ideal for students, graduates and those in industry and academia seeking an introduction to the topic.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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TP910 .C45 2015 Unknown
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xii, 149 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Introduction Transition Metal-Catalyzed Asymmetric Epoxidations Manganese Systems Iron and Ruthenium Systems Titanium Systems Systems Based on Other Metals Transition Metal-Catalyzed Asymmetric Sulfoxidations Vanadium Systems Titanium Systems Iron Systems Systems Based on Other Metals Miscellaneous Transition Metal-Catalyzed Asymmetric Oxidations Cis-Dihydroxylations of Olefins Baeyer-Villiger Oxidations Oxidative Kinetic Resolution of Secondary Alcohols and Desymmetrization of Meso-Diols Enantioselective Aerobic Oxidative Coupling of 2-Naphthols Enantioselective C-H Oxidations Organocatalytic Asymmetric Oxidations Epoxidations Miscellaneous Oxidations Fe- and Mn-Based Synthetic Models of Non-Heme Oygenases: Stereospecific C-H Oxidations Iron Systems Manganese Systems Active Species and Mechanisms of Non-Heme Fe- and Mn-Catalyzed Oxidations Iron Systems Manganese Systems Industrial Perspective General Remarks Some Examples Outlook.
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Catalysis plays a vital role in chemical, petroleum, agriculture, polymer, electronics, pharmaceutical, and other industries. Over 90 percent of chemicals originate from catalytic processes. Toughening economic and environmental constraints have proven to be a challenge for meeting the demand of novel efficient and sustainable regio- and stereoselective catalyst systems. Environmentally Sustainable Catalytic Asymmetric Oxidations provides a comprehensive overview of existing ecologically friendly catalyst systems for various asymmetric oxidation processes. Topics include: * A survey of existing transition metal-based catalyst systems for asymmetric epoxidations (AEs) with O2 and H2O2 * Asymmetric sulfoxidations with H2O2 on chiral metal complexes * An overview of various transition metal-catalyzed oxidative transformations with H2O2 or O2 used as the terminal oxidant * Organocatalytic asymmetric oxidations * Catalytic processes of stereospecific oxidations of C-H functional groups * The role that oxoiron(V) intermediates play in chemo- and stereoselective oxidations catalyzed by non-heme iron complexes The book concludes with a discussion of the opportunities and problems associated with the industrial application of stereoselective processes of catalytic oxidation with H2O2 and O2. It also provides examples of processes with industrial potential. Some of the catalysts presented in this book may serve as promising alternatives for existing catalysts-progressively replacing them in manufacturing processes and ultimately making the chemical industry greener and cleaner.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Introduction Transition Metal-Catalyzed Asymmetric Epoxidations Manganese Systems Iron and Ruthenium Systems Titanium Systems Systems Based on Other Metals Transition Metal-Catalyzed Asymmetric Sulfoxidations Vanadium Systems Titanium Systems Iron Systems Systems Based on Other Metals Miscellaneous Transition Metal-Catalyzed Asymmetric Oxidations Cis-Dihydroxylations of Olefins Baeyer-Villiger Oxidations Oxidative Kinetic Resolution of Secondary Alcohols and Desymmetrization of Meso-Diols Enantioselective Aerobic Oxidative Coupling of 2-Naphthols Enantioselective C-H Oxidations Organocatalytic Asymmetric Oxidations Epoxidations Miscellaneous Oxidations Fe- and Mn-Based Synthetic Models of Non-Heme Oygenases: Stereospecific C-H Oxidations Iron Systems Manganese Systems Active Species and Mechanisms of Non-Heme Fe- and Mn-Catalyzed Oxidations Iron Systems Manganese Systems Industrial Perspective General Remarks Some Examples Outlook.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Catalysis plays a vital role in chemical, petroleum, agriculture, polymer, electronics, pharmaceutical, and other industries. Over 90 percent of chemicals originate from catalytic processes. Toughening economic and environmental constraints have proven to be a challenge for meeting the demand of novel efficient and sustainable regio- and stereoselective catalyst systems. Environmentally Sustainable Catalytic Asymmetric Oxidations provides a comprehensive overview of existing ecologically friendly catalyst systems for various asymmetric oxidation processes. Topics include: * A survey of existing transition metal-based catalyst systems for asymmetric epoxidations (AEs) with O2 and H2O2 * Asymmetric sulfoxidations with H2O2 on chiral metal complexes * An overview of various transition metal-catalyzed oxidative transformations with H2O2 or O2 used as the terminal oxidant * Organocatalytic asymmetric oxidations * Catalytic processes of stereospecific oxidations of C-H functional groups * The role that oxoiron(V) intermediates play in chemo- and stereoselective oxidations catalyzed by non-heme iron complexes The book concludes with a discussion of the opportunities and problems associated with the industrial application of stereoselective processes of catalytic oxidation with H2O2 and O2. It also provides examples of processes with industrial potential. Some of the catalysts presented in this book may serve as promising alternatives for existing catalysts-progressively replacing them in manufacturing processes and ultimately making the chemical industry greener and cleaner.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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QD281 .O9 B79 2015 Unknown
Book
xxii, 244 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
  • Introduction-- Light-Emitting Diodes-- Quantum Dots-- Organic Light-Emitting Diodes (Oleds)-- Liquid Crystals and Liquid Crystal Displays-- 3D Printing-- Healthcare-- Block Copolymers-- Aerogels-- Ionic Liquids-- Flame Retardants-- Graphene-- Hydrogels-- Superhydrophobic Materials--.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Many advances in technology are due to the development of new materials and by using patent literature we can monitor how technology has advanced. Exploring Materials through Patent Information describes how different technologies have evolved through the development of their patents, providing students with a guide on how to use patents as a source of information in their research and studies. The first chapter provides practical advice on searching for patents and using patents, followed by individual chapters covering different material systems where the technical information in the patent literature demonstrates the developments in the technology. The materials discussed includes light-emitting diodes, quantum dots, organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), liquid crystals and liquid crystal displays, 3d printing, healthcare, block copolymers, aerogels, ionic liquids, flame retardants, graphene, hydrogels, and superhydrophobic materials. The book is aimed at students in chemistry, materials science and engineering to show how patent information is an important source of information alongside other sources of information.
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  • Introduction-- Light-Emitting Diodes-- Quantum Dots-- Organic Light-Emitting Diodes (Oleds)-- Liquid Crystals and Liquid Crystal Displays-- 3D Printing-- Healthcare-- Block Copolymers-- Aerogels-- Ionic Liquids-- Flame Retardants-- Graphene-- Hydrogels-- Superhydrophobic Materials--.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Many advances in technology are due to the development of new materials and by using patent literature we can monitor how technology has advanced. Exploring Materials through Patent Information describes how different technologies have evolved through the development of their patents, providing students with a guide on how to use patents as a source of information in their research and studies. The first chapter provides practical advice on searching for patents and using patents, followed by individual chapters covering different material systems where the technical information in the patent literature demonstrates the developments in the technology. The materials discussed includes light-emitting diodes, quantum dots, organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), liquid crystals and liquid crystal displays, 3d printing, healthcare, block copolymers, aerogels, ionic liquids, flame retardants, graphene, hydrogels, and superhydrophobic materials. The book is aimed at students in chemistry, materials science and engineering to show how patent information is an important source of information alongside other sources of information.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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T210 .S44 2015 Unknown
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lxxiv, 606 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 27 cm
  • Lattices Chapter Objectives Introduction Two-Dimensional Lattices Two-Dimensional Basis Vectors and Unit Cells Two-Dimensional Transformations between Sets of Basis Vectors Three-Dimensional Basis Vectors, Unit Cells, and Lattice Transformations Conversion into Cartesian Coordinates A Crystal: Hexamethylbenzene A Crystal: Anhydrous Alum Effects of Temperature and Pressure on the Lattice Parameters Definitions Exercises MATLAB Code: Starter Program for Chapter 1: Graphic of triclinic unit cell Unit Cell Calculations Chapter Objectives Introduction Fractional Coordinates Plotting Atoms in the Unit Cell Calculation of Interatomic Bond Distances Calculation of Interatomic Bond Angles Area and Volume of the Unit Cell Summary of Metric Matrix Calculations Quartz Example Transformation Matrices HMB Example Crystallographic Directions Crystallographic Planes and Miller Indices Density Revisiting Thermal Expansion and Isothermal Compressibility Definitions Exercises MATLAB Code: Starter Program for Chapter 2: Graphic of HMB projection Point Groups Chapter Objectives PART I: TWO DIMENSIONS Introduction Group Theory Symmetry Operations Crystallographic Rotations Summary of the Two-Dimensional Crystallographic Operations Two-Dimensional Crystallographic Point Groups Two-Dimensional Crystal Systems Two-Dimensional Point Group Tree Part II: Three Dimensions Three-Dimensional Point Groups Three-Dimensional Crystal Systems Examples of Three-Dimensional Point Groups with Multiple Generators Three-Dimensional Point Group Trees Point Group Symmetry and Some Physical Properties of Crystals Definitions Exercises MATLAB Code: Starter Program for Chapter 3: Point Group Multiplication Table 1 Space Groups Chapter Objectives Part I: Two Dimensions Introduction Two-Dimensional Bravais Lattices Crystal Systems and the G Matrices Two-Dimensional Sp ace Groups Color Coding and Overview of the Two-Dimensional Symbol Diagrams Recipe for Analyzing a Periodic Pattern Primitive Cells for cm and c2mm Two-Dimensional Space Group Tree Summary of Two-Dimensional Space Groups Part II: Three Dimensions Three-Dimensional Bravais Lattices Three-Dimensional Space Groups HMB and Space Group No. 2, P1 AA and Space Group No. 150, P321 Caffeine Monohydrate and Two Effective Tools for Relating Symmetry and Structure Definitions Exercises MATLAB Code: Starter Program for Chapter 4: Graphic of populated unit cell and projections The Reciprocal Lattice Chapter Objectives Introduction The Reciprocal Lattice Relationships between Direct and Reciprocal Lattices Reciprocal Lattice Calculations for Three Crystals Relationships between Transformation Matrices Diffraction Pattern and the Reciprocal Lattice Three Applications of the Reciprocal Lattice Definitions Exercises MATLAB Code: Starter Program for Chapter 5: Graphic of reciprocal cell superimposed on direct unit cell Properties of X-Rays Chapter Objectives Introduction The Discovery of X-rays Properties of Waves X-Ray Spectrum The X-Ray Tube X -Ray Diffraction Synchrotron X-Rays Definitions Exercises MATLAB Code: Starter Program for Chapter 6: Graphic of powder diffraction file Electron Density Maps Chapter Objectives Introduction Scattering by an Electron Scattering by an Atom Scattering by a Crystal Some Mathematical Identities Structure Factors for Some Crystals Structure Factors for Centrosymmetric and Noncentrosymmetric Crystals Electron Density Maps Major Uses of Structure Factors Definitions Exercises MATLAB Code: Starter Program for Chapter 7: Graphic of atomic scattering curve Introduction to the Seven Crystals Exemplifying the Seven Crystal Systems Chapter Objectives Introduction Crystallographic Data for the Seven Crystal Examples Presentation of Crystals in Chapters 9 through 15 Color-Coding Point Group and Space Group Diagrams Crystal Selection Criteria Student Projects Distribution of Crystal Structures among Space Groups and Crystal Systems Triclinic Crystal System: DL-Leucine Chapter Objectives Introduction DL-Leucine: Point Group Properties DL-Leucine: Sp ace Group Properties DL-Leucine: Direct and Reciprocal Lattices DL-Leucine: Fractional Coordinates and Other Data for the Crystal Structure DL-Leucine: Crystal Structure DL-Leucine: Reciprocal Lattice and d-Spacings DL-Leucine: Atomic Scattering Curves DL-Leucine: Structure Factor Definitions Exercises Monoclinic System: Sucrose Chapter Objectives Introduction Sucrose: Point Group Properties Sucrose: Sp ace Group Properties Sucrose: Direct and Reciprocal Lattices Sucrose: Fractional Coordinates and Other Data for the Crystal Structure Sucrose: Crystal Structure Sucrose: Atomic Scattering Curves Sucrose: Structure Factor Definitions Exercises Orthorhombic Crystal System: Polyethylene Chapter Objectives Introduction Polyethylene: Point Group Properties Polyethylene: Space Group Properties Polyethylene: Direct and Reciprocal Lattices Polyethylene: Fractional Coordinates and Other Data for the Crystal Structure Polyethylene: Crystal Structure Polyethylene: Reciprocal Lattice and d-Spacings Polyethylene: Atomic Scattering Curves Polyethylene: Structure Factor Definitions Exercises Tetragonal System: alpha-Cristobalite Chapter Objectives Introduction alpha-Cristobalite: Point Group Properties alpha-Cristobalite: Sp ace Group Properties alpha-Cristobalite: Direct and Reciprocal Lattices alpha-Cristobalite: Fractional Coordinates and Other Data for the Crystal Structure alpha-Cristobalite: Crystal Structure alpha-Cristobalite: Reciprocal Lattice and d-Spacings alpha-Cristobalite: Atomic Scattering Curves alpha-Cristobalite: Structure Factor Definitions Exercises Trigonal Crystal System: H12B12-2, 3K+, Br- Chapter Objectives Introduction H12B12-2,3K+, Br-: Point Group Properties H12B12-2,3K+, Br-: Space Group Properties H12B12-2,3K+, Br-: Direct and Reciprocal Lattices H12B12-2,3K+, Br-: Fractional Coordinates and Other Data for the Crystal Structure Special Topic: Boron Icosahedron H12B12-2,3K+, Br-: Crystal Structure H12B12-2,3K+, Br-: Reciprocal Lattice and d-Sp acings H12B12-2,3K+, Br-: Atomic Scattering Curves H12B12-2,3K+, Br- : Structure Factor Special Topic: H12B12-2,3K+, Br- Isotypic Crystal Structures Definitions Exercises Hexagonal System: Magnesium Chapter Objectives Introduction Magnesium: Point Group Properties Magnesium: Space Group Properties Magnesium: Direct and Reciprocal Lattices Magnesium: Fractional Coordinates and Other Data for the Crystal Structure Magnesium: Crystal Structure Magnesium: Reciprocal Lattice and d-Spacings Magnesium: Atomic Scattering Curve Magnesium: Structure Factor Definitions Exercises Cubic System: Acetylene Chapter Objectives Introduction Acetylene: Point Group Properties Acetylene: Space Group Properties Acetylene: Direct and Reciprocal Lattices Acetylene: Fractional Coordinates and Other Data for the Crystal Structure Acetylene: Crystal Structure Acetylene: Reciprocal Lattice and d-Spacings Acetylene: Atomic Scattering Curves Acetylene: Structure Factor Definitions Exercises References, Appendix 1: Definitions, Appendix 2: The Ten Two-Dimensional Point Groups, Appendix 3: The Thirty-Two Three-Dimensional Point Groups, Index.
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Taking a straightforward, logical approach that emphasizes symmetry and crystal relationships, Foundations of Crystallography with Computer Applications, Second Edition provides a thorough explanation of the topic for students studying the solid state in chemistry, physics, materials science, geological sciences, and engineering. It is also written for scientists who want to teach themselves. Computers are an essential part of crystallography, and computer-based exercises are integrated into this book. The material is presented with the goal of creating an understanding of how atoms are arranged in crystals and how crystal systems are related to each other. See What's New in the Second Edition: * Eight new chapters that give detailed crystallographic analyses of one crystal chosen for each crystal system * Numerous molecular examples and suggestions for student projects * Coverage of special topics that naturally arise in the treatment of the crystals * Suggestions for student projects with date that can be found in the free Teaching Subset of the Cambridge Structural Database * Point group and space group diagrams have been color coded using a new scheme devised by the author to emphasize the change of handedness of the symmetry operations * All the Starter Programs have been rewritten and improved, and a new one has been added in Chapter 6 on the graphing of intensity vs. 2theta for powder diffraction data * New appendices contain detailed information about the 32 three-dimensional point groups and the 10 two-dimensional point groups The book explains the individual entities, such as symmetry operations, and also explains how they fit together in a larger context. Coverage includes lattices, symmetry operations, metric matrices, point groups, space groups, reciprocal lattices, properties of x-rays, and electron density maps, all leading to a formal description of the crystal structures and an interpretation of the published crystallographic data. The author connects general properties such as the piezoelectric effect, compressibility, thermal expansion, and Mosely's relationship in ordering the elements of the periodic table giving students a thorough foundation in the subject.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Lattices Chapter Objectives Introduction Two-Dimensional Lattices Two-Dimensional Basis Vectors and Unit Cells Two-Dimensional Transformations between Sets of Basis Vectors Three-Dimensional Basis Vectors, Unit Cells, and Lattice Transformations Conversion into Cartesian Coordinates A Crystal: Hexamethylbenzene A Crystal: Anhydrous Alum Effects of Temperature and Pressure on the Lattice Parameters Definitions Exercises MATLAB Code: Starter Program for Chapter 1: Graphic of triclinic unit cell Unit Cell Calculations Chapter Objectives Introduction Fractional Coordinates Plotting Atoms in the Unit Cell Calculation of Interatomic Bond Distances Calculation of Interatomic Bond Angles Area and Volume of the Unit Cell Summary of Metric Matrix Calculations Quartz Example Transformation Matrices HMB Example Crystallographic Directions Crystallographic Planes and Miller Indices Density Revisiting Thermal Expansion and Isothermal Compressibility Definitions Exercises MATLAB Code: Starter Program for Chapter 2: Graphic of HMB projection Point Groups Chapter Objectives PART I: TWO DIMENSIONS Introduction Group Theory Symmetry Operations Crystallographic Rotations Summary of the Two-Dimensional Crystallographic Operations Two-Dimensional Crystallographic Point Groups Two-Dimensional Crystal Systems Two-Dimensional Point Group Tree Part II: Three Dimensions Three-Dimensional Point Groups Three-Dimensional Crystal Systems Examples of Three-Dimensional Point Groups with Multiple Generators Three-Dimensional Point Group Trees Point Group Symmetry and Some Physical Properties of Crystals Definitions Exercises MATLAB Code: Starter Program for Chapter 3: Point Group Multiplication Table 1 Space Groups Chapter Objectives Part I: Two Dimensions Introduction Two-Dimensional Bravais Lattices Crystal Systems and the G Matrices Two-Dimensional Sp ace Groups Color Coding and Overview of the Two-Dimensional Symbol Diagrams Recipe for Analyzing a Periodic Pattern Primitive Cells for cm and c2mm Two-Dimensional Space Group Tree Summary of Two-Dimensional Space Groups Part II: Three Dimensions Three-Dimensional Bravais Lattices Three-Dimensional Space Groups HMB and Space Group No. 2, P1 AA and Space Group No. 150, P321 Caffeine Monohydrate and Two Effective Tools for Relating Symmetry and Structure Definitions Exercises MATLAB Code: Starter Program for Chapter 4: Graphic of populated unit cell and projections The Reciprocal Lattice Chapter Objectives Introduction The Reciprocal Lattice Relationships between Direct and Reciprocal Lattices Reciprocal Lattice Calculations for Three Crystals Relationships between Transformation Matrices Diffraction Pattern and the Reciprocal Lattice Three Applications of the Reciprocal Lattice Definitions Exercises MATLAB Code: Starter Program for Chapter 5: Graphic of reciprocal cell superimposed on direct unit cell Properties of X-Rays Chapter Objectives Introduction The Discovery of X-rays Properties of Waves X-Ray Spectrum The X-Ray Tube X -Ray Diffraction Synchrotron X-Rays Definitions Exercises MATLAB Code: Starter Program for Chapter 6: Graphic of powder diffraction file Electron Density Maps Chapter Objectives Introduction Scattering by an Electron Scattering by an Atom Scattering by a Crystal Some Mathematical Identities Structure Factors for Some Crystals Structure Factors for Centrosymmetric and Noncentrosymmetric Crystals Electron Density Maps Major Uses of Structure Factors Definitions Exercises MATLAB Code: Starter Program for Chapter 7: Graphic of atomic scattering curve Introduction to the Seven Crystals Exemplifying the Seven Crystal Systems Chapter Objectives Introduction Crystallographic Data for the Seven Crystal Examples Presentation of Crystals in Chapters 9 through 15 Color-Coding Point Group and Space Group Diagrams Crystal Selection Criteria Student Projects Distribution of Crystal Structures among Space Groups and Crystal Systems Triclinic Crystal System: DL-Leucine Chapter Objectives Introduction DL-Leucine: Point Group Properties DL-Leucine: Sp ace Group Properties DL-Leucine: Direct and Reciprocal Lattices DL-Leucine: Fractional Coordinates and Other Data for the Crystal Structure DL-Leucine: Crystal Structure DL-Leucine: Reciprocal Lattice and d-Spacings DL-Leucine: Atomic Scattering Curves DL-Leucine: Structure Factor Definitions Exercises Monoclinic System: Sucrose Chapter Objectives Introduction Sucrose: Point Group Properties Sucrose: Sp ace Group Properties Sucrose: Direct and Reciprocal Lattices Sucrose: Fractional Coordinates and Other Data for the Crystal Structure Sucrose: Crystal Structure Sucrose: Atomic Scattering Curves Sucrose: Structure Factor Definitions Exercises Orthorhombic Crystal System: Polyethylene Chapter Objectives Introduction Polyethylene: Point Group Properties Polyethylene: Space Group Properties Polyethylene: Direct and Reciprocal Lattices Polyethylene: Fractional Coordinates and Other Data for the Crystal Structure Polyethylene: Crystal Structure Polyethylene: Reciprocal Lattice and d-Spacings Polyethylene: Atomic Scattering Curves Polyethylene: Structure Factor Definitions Exercises Tetragonal System: alpha-Cristobalite Chapter Objectives Introduction alpha-Cristobalite: Point Group Properties alpha-Cristobalite: Sp ace Group Properties alpha-Cristobalite: Direct and Reciprocal Lattices alpha-Cristobalite: Fractional Coordinates and Other Data for the Crystal Structure alpha-Cristobalite: Crystal Structure alpha-Cristobalite: Reciprocal Lattice and d-Spacings alpha-Cristobalite: Atomic Scattering Curves alpha-Cristobalite: Structure Factor Definitions Exercises Trigonal Crystal System: H12B12-2, 3K+, Br- Chapter Objectives Introduction H12B12-2,3K+, Br-: Point Group Properties H12B12-2,3K+, Br-: Space Group Properties H12B12-2,3K+, Br-: Direct and Reciprocal Lattices H12B12-2,3K+, Br-: Fractional Coordinates and Other Data for the Crystal Structure Special Topic: Boron Icosahedron H12B12-2,3K+, Br-: Crystal Structure H12B12-2,3K+, Br-: Reciprocal Lattice and d-Sp acings H12B12-2,3K+, Br-: Atomic Scattering Curves H12B12-2,3K+, Br- : Structure Factor Special Topic: H12B12-2,3K+, Br- Isotypic Crystal Structures Definitions Exercises Hexagonal System: Magnesium Chapter Objectives Introduction Magnesium: Point Group Properties Magnesium: Space Group Properties Magnesium: Direct and Reciprocal Lattices Magnesium: Fractional Coordinates and Other Data for the Crystal Structure Magnesium: Crystal Structure Magnesium: Reciprocal Lattice and d-Spacings Magnesium: Atomic Scattering Curve Magnesium: Structure Factor Definitions Exercises Cubic System: Acetylene Chapter Objectives Introduction Acetylene: Point Group Properties Acetylene: Space Group Properties Acetylene: Direct and Reciprocal Lattices Acetylene: Fractional Coordinates and Other Data for the Crystal Structure Acetylene: Crystal Structure Acetylene: Reciprocal Lattice and d-Spacings Acetylene: Atomic Scattering Curves Acetylene: Structure Factor Definitions Exercises References, Appendix 1: Definitions, Appendix 2: The Ten Two-Dimensional Point Groups, Appendix 3: The Thirty-Two Three-Dimensional Point Groups, Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Taking a straightforward, logical approach that emphasizes symmetry and crystal relationships, Foundations of Crystallography with Computer Applications, Second Edition provides a thorough explanation of the topic for students studying the solid state in chemistry, physics, materials science, geological sciences, and engineering. It is also written for scientists who want to teach themselves. Computers are an essential part of crystallography, and computer-based exercises are integrated into this book. The material is presented with the goal of creating an understanding of how atoms are arranged in crystals and how crystal systems are related to each other. See What's New in the Second Edition: * Eight new chapters that give detailed crystallographic analyses of one crystal chosen for each crystal system * Numerous molecular examples and suggestions for student projects * Coverage of special topics that naturally arise in the treatment of the crystals * Suggestions for student projects with date that can be found in the free Teaching Subset of the Cambridge Structural Database * Point group and space group diagrams have been color coded using a new scheme devised by the author to emphasize the change of handedness of the symmetry operations * All the Starter Programs have been rewritten and improved, and a new one has been added in Chapter 6 on the graphing of intensity vs. 2theta for powder diffraction data * New appendices contain detailed information about the 32 three-dimensional point groups and the 10 two-dimensional point groups The book explains the individual entities, such as symmetry operations, and also explains how they fit together in a larger context. Coverage includes lattices, symmetry operations, metric matrices, point groups, space groups, reciprocal lattices, properties of x-rays, and electron density maps, all leading to a formal description of the crystal structures and an interpretation of the published crystallographic data. The author connects general properties such as the piezoelectric effect, compressibility, thermal expansion, and Mosely's relationship in ordering the elements of the periodic table giving students a thorough foundation in the subject.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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xii, 306 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
  • Preface Editor Contributors Solar Water Splitting Using Semiconductor Systems-- Lorenzo Rovelli and K. Ravindranathan Thampi Photocatalytic Hydrogen Evolution-- Yusuke Yamada and Shunichi Fukuzumi CO2 to Fuels-- Atsushi Urakawa and Jacinto Sa Methane Activation and Transformation over Nanocatalysts-- Rajaram Bal and Ankur Bordoloi Fischer-Tropsch: Fuel Production with Cobalt Catalysts-- Cristina Paun, Jacinto Sa, and Kalala Jalama Syngas to Methanol and Ethanol-- Martin Muhler and Stefan Kaluza Steam Reforming-- Karin Fottinger Biomass to Liquid Biofuels via Heterogeneous Catalysis-- Michael Stocker and Roman Tschentscher Catalytic Pyrolysis of Lignocellulosic Biomass-- K. Seshan Recent Trends in the Purification of H2 Streams by Water-Gas Shift and PROX-- A. Sepulveda-Escribano and J. Silvestre-Albero Index.
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Fuel Production with Heterogeneous Catalysis presents the groundbreaking discoveries, recent developments, and future perspectives of one of the most important areas of renewable energy research-the heterogeneous catalytic production of fuels. Comprised of chapters authored by leading experts in the field, this authoritative text: * Focuses primarily on the state-of-the-art catalysts and catalytic processes anticipated to play a pivotal role in the production of fuels * Describes production of fuels from renewable sources using environmentally friendly technologies * Exposes the advantages and disadvantages of each production process * Suggests solutions to minimize the impact of fuel transportation * Conveys the importance of catalysis for the sustainable production of fuels Fuel Production with Heterogeneous Catalysis delivers a comprehensive overview of the current state of the art of the heterogeneous catalytic production of fuels, providing reaction mechanism schemes, engineering solutions, valuable industry insights, and more.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Preface Editor Contributors Solar Water Splitting Using Semiconductor Systems-- Lorenzo Rovelli and K. Ravindranathan Thampi Photocatalytic Hydrogen Evolution-- Yusuke Yamada and Shunichi Fukuzumi CO2 to Fuels-- Atsushi Urakawa and Jacinto Sa Methane Activation and Transformation over Nanocatalysts-- Rajaram Bal and Ankur Bordoloi Fischer-Tropsch: Fuel Production with Cobalt Catalysts-- Cristina Paun, Jacinto Sa, and Kalala Jalama Syngas to Methanol and Ethanol-- Martin Muhler and Stefan Kaluza Steam Reforming-- Karin Fottinger Biomass to Liquid Biofuels via Heterogeneous Catalysis-- Michael Stocker and Roman Tschentscher Catalytic Pyrolysis of Lignocellulosic Biomass-- K. Seshan Recent Trends in the Purification of H2 Streams by Water-Gas Shift and PROX-- A. Sepulveda-Escribano and J. Silvestre-Albero Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Fuel Production with Heterogeneous Catalysis presents the groundbreaking discoveries, recent developments, and future perspectives of one of the most important areas of renewable energy research-the heterogeneous catalytic production of fuels. Comprised of chapters authored by leading experts in the field, this authoritative text: * Focuses primarily on the state-of-the-art catalysts and catalytic processes anticipated to play a pivotal role in the production of fuels * Describes production of fuels from renewable sources using environmentally friendly technologies * Exposes the advantages and disadvantages of each production process * Suggests solutions to minimize the impact of fuel transportation * Conveys the importance of catalysis for the sustainable production of fuels Fuel Production with Heterogeneous Catalysis delivers a comprehensive overview of the current state of the art of the heterogeneous catalytic production of fuels, providing reaction mechanism schemes, engineering solutions, valuable industry insights, and more.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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