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Multi-volumed work

2013

Villars, Pierre

[Set of Handbook and Bibliography]

    479,00 € / $671.00 / £435.50*

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    Publication Date:
    February 2013
    ISBN
    978-3-11-029659-4
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    Overview

    Set containing:

    The handbook with physical properties of inorganic substances

    • Affordable overview of 100 years of literature inonevolume
    • Over 100 000 distinct inorganic substances at one glance
    • Data from over 72 000 scientific articles published in more than 1 000 different journals
    • Yearly updates containing old and recent data (each new edition extended by data on some 5 000 distinct phases)
    • No comparable product available on the market

    The bibliography for inorganic substances

    • Affordable overview of 100 years of bibliography concentrated in3 volumes
    • Over 69 000 distinct chemical systems at one glance
    • Data from over 200 000 scientific articles published in more than 1 000 different journals
    • Complete yearly update(yearly 12-13 000 new scientific publications are selected giving an update expanded by some 20 000 additional rows)
    • No comparable product available on the market


    Aims and Scope

    Since the discovery of X-ray diffraction in 1913 over 100.000 different inorganic substances (also called compounds or phases) have been structurally characterized. The information has been published in over 72.000 publications spread over 1.000 different scientific journals.

    The aim of this reference work is to provide the researcher with a comprehensive compilation on inorganic substances in only three volumes.

    The work resembles a phone directory and this is also the way it should be used: Like a phone number tied to a name, this work provides critically evaluated physical properties tied to a chemical substance and quantitative information on publications related to a chemical system.

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