The series provides volumes of high quality and significance in the field of chemistry education research for researchers and postgraduates. Topics covered include formal and informal education, teacher development and innovations in chemical education practice.
Addressing the hottest topics in biomaterials science, these authoritative texts provide in-depth overviews and analysis for graduates, academics and practitioners.
Accessible references for researchers and industrialists in this exciting field, covering both developments and applications of catalysis.
Forthcoming books in the series will provide authoritative coverage of research areas where chemistry is used to solve biological questions for postgraduate students and above.
Initiated by the European Society for Photobiology this series provides comprehensive overviews on specific areas of photoscience, giving in-depth coverage of the very different fields related to light effects.
A comprehensive look at the state of the art in detection technologies and materials used in the development of diagnostics for clinical, medicinal, and environmental applications.
This series provides a comprehensive resource for postgraduate students and for scientists in academia or industry wanting to learn topics outside their own areas of expertise.
Reflecting the wealth of chemical ideas and concepts sustainable energy, this series provides important references for material scientists, chemical engineers, energy researchers and environmental scientists.
(2013) This series provides reference books presenting an authoritative insight into environmental forensics for legal professionals, government/policy makers, environmental and engineering consultants, regulators and environmental analysts and scientists.
Faraday Discussions covers a variety of topics in rapidly developing areas of the physical sciences, with a focus on physical chemistry and its interfaces with other scientific disciplines.
Each volume in this series covers the chemistry, analysis, function and effects of single components in the diet or its food matrix. Its aim is to bridge scientific disciplines so that information becomes more meaningful and applicable to health in general.