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Maths for Chemists Volume 1 : Numbers, Functions and Calculus (Tutorial Chemistry Texts) Paperback – December 31, 2003

ISBN-13: 978-0854046775 ISBN-10: 0854046771 Edition: 1st Edition.

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A useful addition to the resources available for teaching mathematics to chemists. ("Education in Chemistry, January 2005 Issue (Paul Yates)")

"""... Undergraduates in biochemistry and all branches of chemistry, particularly students with a limited background in maths, will find this book essential. """ ("www.booknews.co.uk, December 2003")

"""... The importance of mathematics in chemistry can not be under estimated; books aiming to show the many applications of the subject are always very welcome. """ ("Chemistry World, Vol 1, No 4, April 2004, p 59-60")

The mathematical ability of chemistry undergraduates continues to be an issue for many departments, so this new edition is a timely update to the resources available for both staff and students. (Martin Cockett and Graham Doggett November 2012 | Education www.rsc.org/eic in Chemistry | 31)

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Professor Abel is an Emeritus Professor at the Uiversity of Exeter.

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