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New Frontiers in Nanochemistry

Concepts, Theories, and Trends, 3-Volume Set: Volume 1: Structural Nanochemistry; Volume 2:...

Mihai V. Putz



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Apple Academic Press Inc.
06 May 2020
New Frontiers in Nanochemistry: Concepts, Theories, and Trends, 3-Volume Set explains and explores the important fundamental and advanced modern concepts from various areas of nanochemistry and, more broadly, the nanosciences. This innovative and one-of-a kind set consists of three volumes that focus on structural nanochemistry, topological nanochemistry, and sustainable nanochemistry respectively, collectively forming an explicative handbook in nanochemistry.

The compilation provides a rich resource that is both thorough and accessible, encompassing the core concepts of multiple areas of nanochemistry. It also explores the content through a trans-disciplinary lens, integrating the basic and advanced modern concepts in nanochemistry with various examples, applications, issues, tools, algorithms, and even historical notes on the important people from physical, quantum, theoretical, mathematical, and even biological chemistry.
Edited by:   Mihai V. Putz
Imprint:   Apple Academic Press Inc.
Country of Publication:   Canada
Dimensions:   Height: 229mm,  Width: 152mm, 
Weight:   3.629kg
ISBN:   9781771887809
ISBN 10:   177188780X
Pages:   1479
Publication Date:   06 May 2020
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Primary
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Mihai V. Putz, PhD, MBA, Dr.-Habil, is currently a Full Professor of theoretical and computational physical-chemistry at his alma mater, West University of Timisoara, Romania.

Reviews for New Frontiers in Nanochemistry: Concepts, Theories, and Trends, 3-Volume Set: Volume 1: Structural Nanochemistry; Volume 2: Topological Nanochemistry; Volume 3: Sustainable Nanochemistry

Prof. Mihai V. Putz has done it again. Having authored a five-volume set of books on nanochemistry but a few years ago (Quantum Nanochemistry), Prof. Putz has now edited this set of three volumes, with 130 chapters/explicative essays/papers by internationally based, interdisciplinary authors. Prof. Putz clearly expresses his multiple goals for these three volumes; prominent among them is 'to present informative and innovative contents alike, presented in a systematical and alphabetically manner.' The current volumes contain new insights alike for the beginning student and advanced practitioner of chemistry and of the multitude of related disciplines. Prof. Putz, you are to be thanked for your studies, in the particular, now, for the editing of these new volumes (and also coauthoring however many chapters therein). -Prof. Joel F. Liebman, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)

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