-- Professor Guo Ping Zhang, Indiana State University, USA
"The many interesting and well organized figures and graphs in this book are both impressive and educational. I have rarely seen a scientific book with such well illustrated data and information. This is a book for all students of science and engineering who may want to explore and research molecular building blocks which have a highly promising future."
-- Dr Veera Mallu Boddu, US Army Engineer Research and Developement Center, Illinois, USA
"This well written and well organized book with many interesting figures, graphs and tables will be a valuable resource for the engineering and scientific community. Bioengineers, materials science majors and students of nanotechnology would also find the related sections of this book quite useful for their diamondoids studies."
-- Dr Alireza Bahadoriu, Southern Cross University, Australia
"The contents of the book are quite educational for newcomers to the field of diamondoids and it is very thorough reference for those who are already involved in research and applications of diamondoids. The book is nicely divided into seven chapters and a comprehensive glossary of terms, equations and formulas related to diamondoids." --Emeritus Prof. Dabir S. Viswanath, University of Missouri
"Diamondoid Molecules opens a door for newcomers, even in industry and government, and for seasoned researchers who want to explore new opportunities in other areas of the research. I strongly recommended the book to researchers and students in all the relevant fields." --Physics Today
"Diamondoid Molecules is a thorough presentation of current and future applications of diamondoids. Every chapter is excellently illustrated with plenty of clearly designed figures and graphs and well-organized tables. The book is an excellent introduction to theoretical and technological aspects behind diamondoids' chemistry, their molecular structure and physical properties." --Journal of Nanophotonics
From the Inside Flap
This groundbreaking book, especially devoted to diamondoid molecules, is of critical importance to the global techno-scientific community, and will be of great interest in many research fields such as chemistry, physics, material science, geology, and biological sciences. Moreover, it will attract readers from industrial, government and environmental agencies as well as scholars.