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Thermodynamics of chemical processes


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BF209 .M4 J39 2019

Jay, Mike. 2019. Mescaline: a global history of the first psychedelic. New Haven: Yale University Press.

BJ1471 .C475 2019

Churchland, Patricia Smith. 2019. Conscience: the origins of moral intuition. New York: W.W. Norton & Company.

Q224.5 .M44 2019

Mehlenbacher, Ashley Rose. 2019. Science communication online: engaging experts and publics on the internet. Columbus: The Ohio State University Press.

QA174 .R46 2017

Aubert, Anne-Marie. 2017. Representations of reductive p-adic groups: International Conference, IISER, Pune, India 2017. Progress in mathematics; 328. Singapore: Birkhauser, Springer Nature. Also Digital.

QA387 .R89 2019

Ruzhansky, M., and Durvudkhan Suragan. 2019. Hardy inequalities on homogeneous groups: 100 years of Hardy inequalities. Progress in mathematics; 327. Cham, Switzerland: Birkhäuser. Also Digital.

QC6 .F3375 2019 PopSci

Farmelo, Graham. 2019. The universe speaks in numbers: how modern math reveals nature's deepest secrets. New York: Basic Books.

QC174.12 .H66 2016

Hooft, G. 't. 2016. The cellular automaton interpretation of quantum mechanics. Fundamental theories of physics; 185. Cham: Springer. Also Digital.

QC176 .S76 2019 PopSci

Steinhardt, Paul J. 2019. The second kind of impossible: the extraordinary quest for a new form of matter. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster.

QD39.3 .M3 H36 2017 V.1-3

Leszczynski, Jerzy, Anna Kaczmarek-Kedziera, Tomasz Puzyn, Manthos G. Papadopoulos, Heribert Reis, and Manoj Shukla. 2017. Handbook of computational chemistry, 2nd ed. Springer reference. Cham, Switzerland: Springer.

QD181 .C1 H39 2019 Popsci

Hazen, Robert M. 2019. Symphony in C: carbon and the evolution of (almost) everything. New York, N.Y.: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc.

QD411.8 .T73 C73 2019

Crabtree, Robert H. 2019. The organometallic chemistry of the transition metals, 7th ed. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

QD504 .P75 2019

Price, Gareth J. 2019. Thermodynamics of chemical processes, 2nd ed. Oxford chemistry primers. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

QH87.7 .G734 2019

Gibson, David J., and Jonathan A. Newman. 2019. Grasslands and climate change. Ecological reviews. Cambridge, United Kingdom; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

QH324.2 .A43 2019

AlCoB (Conference), Ian Holmes, Carlos Martín Vide, and Miguel A. Vega-Rodríguez. 2019. Algorithms for computational biology: 6th International Conference, AlCoB 2019, Berkeley, CA, USA, May 28-30, 2019, Proceedings. Lecture notes in bioinformatics; 11488. Cham, Switzerland: Springer.

QH324.2 .R43 2019

RECOMB (Conference: 2005- ), and Lenore J. Cowen. 2019. Research in computational molecular biology: 23rd Annual International Conference, RECOMB 2019, Washington, DC, USA, May 5-8, 2019: proceedings. Lecture notes in bioinformatics; 11467. Cham, Switzerland: Springer.

QH545 .P4 A75 2019

Arora, Sumitra. 2019. Pesticide risk assessment. Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK: Boston, MA, USA: CABI.

QH601 .B56 2019

Geiger, Otto. 2019. Biogenesis of fatty acids, lipids and membranes. Handbook of hydrocarbon and lipid microbiology. Cham, Switzerland: Springer.

QK911 .H3 V.12

Jahn, Gisela. 1982. Application of vegetation science to forestry. Handbook of vegetation science; 12. The Hague: W. Junk.

QK917 .L68 2013 F V.3

Lowrie, Allen, and Alastair Robinson. 2013. Carnivorous plants of Australia: magnum opus. Poole, Dorset, England: Redfern Natural History Production.

QL82 .A78 2019

Fang, Fei, Milind Tambe, Bistra Dilkina, and Andrew J. Plumptre. 2019. Artificial intelligence and conservation. Artificial intelligence for social good. Cambridge, United Kingdom; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

QL458.4 .M87 2015 F V.1-2

Murphy, John A., and Michael J. Roberts. 2015. Spider families of the world: and their spinnerets. [United Kingdom]: British Arachnological Society.

QL467 .S843 2019

Sverdrup-Thygeson, Anne, and Lucy Moffatt. 2019. Extraordinary insects: weird, wonderful, indispensable, the ones who run our world. London: Mudlark.

QL555 .A1 L474 2006 V.4-6

Leraut, Patrice, Gilbert Hodebert, Gaëtan Du Chatenet, and Nicholas Flay. 2006. Moths of Europe. [Verrières le Buisson]: N.A.P. Editions.

QL568 .A6 T3713 2018 PopSci

Tautz, Jürgen, Diedrich Steen, David C. Sandeman, and Jürgen Tautz. 2018. The honey factory: inside the ingenious world of bees. Carlton, VIC, Australia: Black Inc., an imprint of Schwartz Publishing Pty Ltd. Also Digital.

QL673 .G515 2019

Gill, Frank B., Richard O. Prum, and Scott Kuehner Robinson. 2019. Ornithology, 4th ed. New York: W.H. Freeman, Macmillan Learning.

QL795 .E4 S525 2019

Shell, Jacob. 2019. Giants of the monsoon forest: living and working with elephants. New York: W.W. Norton & Company.

QL799 .R89 2019

Ruxton, Graeme D., and R. Norman Owen-Smith. 2019. Nature's giants: the biology and evolution of the world's largest lifeforms. New Haven; London: Yale University Press.

SB123.57 .G46 2019

Dürnberger, Christian, Sebastian Pfeilmeier, and Stephan Schleissing. 2019. Genome editing in agriculture: between precaution and responsibility. TTN-Studien; 7. Baden-Baden, Germany: Nomos.

T174.7 .M65 2018 V.4

Yamamoto, Hisashi, and Takashi Kato. 2018. Molecular technology. Weinheim, Germany: Wiley-VCH.

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