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Check out our Organic Chemistry Study Guide by author's Robert Ouellette and David Rawn, plus a 'road map' infographic from Compound Interest.
Gary Gladysz, co-author of "Materials in Voids" discusses how to use stochastic and nonstochastic voids to create functional materials.
Gary Gladysz, co-author of "Materials in Voids" discusses how materials science breakthroughs added to global warming and how they can be used to remedy it.
Author of Voids in Materials, Gary Gladysz, discusses the role of space or 'nothingness' and how it factors into biomaterial usage and creation.
Author of Voids in Materials, Gary Gladysz, discusses the role of material voids in buoyancy and how it has lead to deep sea exploration.
Free chapter download from Distillation: Fundamentals and Principles on Energy Considerations in Distillation.
The highly-regarded Organic Synthesis Based on Name Reaction, edited by Hassner and Namboothiri, has been translated to Japanese.