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Braving the Elements Mter the nonscientific public has mastered physics with Feynman, it can take on chemistry with Harry Gray, Caltech's Beckman Professor of Chernis
Braving the Elements. by Harry B. Gray, John D. Simon, and William C. Trogler University Science Books, Sausalito, California, 1995. Mter the nonscientific public has mastered physics with Feynman, it can take on chemistry with Harry Gray, Caltech's Beckman Professor of Chernis-. try and director of the Beckman Insti-tute, and his two coauthors from UC San Diego. Ostensibly a textbook for nonchemists, something with the title Braving the Elements has to be-you would think-livelier than an ordinary textbook.
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Braving the Elements, a lively, engaging introductory primer on chemistry, by Harry Gray, John Simon, and Bill Trogler . of Technology John D. Simon, Duke University William C. Trogler, Univ.
Braving the Elements, a lively, engaging introductory primer on chemistry, by Harry Gray, John Simon, and Bill Trogler, published by University Science Books, 35702-34-2. An ideal primer for those who wish to improve their scientific literacy, this book is beautifully written and especially recommended for high school and undergraduate nonmajor science courses.
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Harry Gray, John Simon and William Trogler have written a book that, at first glance, appears to break the mould
Harry Gray, John Simon and William Trogler have written a book that, at first glance, appears to break the mould. Braving the Elements threads its way through chemistry plucking out examples of its applications, such as radioisotopes in medical imaging and chemotherapy and the development of antibiotics from a compound found in dogfish stomachs of all places. Weaving their way through every diverse topic encompassed by chemical science, they tell us how artemisinin, extracted from an ancient Chinese remedy for fever, is now being used as an antimalarial compound.
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Harry Barkus Gray (born 14 November 1935 in Woodburn, Kentucky, . is the Arnold O. Beckman Professor of Chemistry at California Institute of Technology. Gray received his . in Chemistry from Western Kentucky University in 1957. He began his work in inorganic chemistry at Northwestern University, where he earned his P. in 1960 working under Fred Basolo and Ralph Pearson. He was initiated into the Upsilon chapter of Alpha Chi Sigma at Northwestern University in 1958
Category: Science & Math
Publisher: University Science Books (March 1, 1995)
Pages: 418 pages