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The Elements

by John Emsley

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This widely acclaimed reference book collects together in a single volume the most important facts about all the chemical elements. Utilizing an alphabetical, easy-to-use format this book presents key information on the chemical, nuclear, physical, electron-shell, and environmental properties of all the elements. All numerical data are given in SI units and explained in an introductory chapter which also shows how they can be converted to other commonly used units. Now in a handy pocket format, The Elements will be an indispensable reference guide for chemists, physicists, geologists, life scientists, and environmentalists, and indeed anyone who needs access to this sort of information on a daily basis.… (more)

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This widely acclaimed reference book collects together in a single volume the most important facts about all the chemical elements. Utilizing an alphabetical, easy-to-use format this book presents key information on the chemical, nuclear, physical, electron-shell, and environmental properties of all the elements. All numerical data are given in SI units and explained in an introductory chapter which also shows how they can be converted to other commonly used units. Now in a handy pocket format, The Elements will be an indispensable reference guide for chemists, physicists, geologists, life scientists, and environmentalists, and indeed anyone who needs access to this sort of information on a daily basis.

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