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Calculator Programming for Chemistry and the Life Sciences

Book1981

Author:

FRANK H. CLARKE

Calculator Programming for Chemistry and the Life Sciences

Book1981

 

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Author:

FRANK H. CLARKE

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Calculator Programming for Chemistry and the Life Sciences illustrates the power of the programmable calculator as a tool that provides new dimensions to scientific research. Thi ... read full description

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    Introduction

    Pages 1-5

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    CHAPTER 1 - Molecular Formulas

    Pages 6-23

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    CHAPTER 2 - Coordinate Transformations

    Pages 24-72

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    CHAPTER 3 - Potentiometric Titrations

    Pages 73-150

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    CHAPTER 4 - Correlation Analysis

    Pages 151-222

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    Index

    Pages 223-226

About the book

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Calculator Programming for Chemistry and the Life Sciences illustrates the power of the programmable calculator as a tool that provides new dimensions to scientific research. This book is divided into four chapters. Each chapter provides calculation, examples, instructions, design, and programs. This text includes the application of calculator programming in the determination of molecular formulas, coordinate transformations, potentiometric titrations, and correlation analysis. This book is of great value to scientists and students with no experience in the use of computers.

Calculator Programming for Chemistry and the Life Sciences illustrates the power of the programmable calculator as a tool that provides new dimensions to scientific research. This book is divided into four chapters. Each chapter provides calculation, examples, instructions, design, and programs. This text includes the application of calculator programming in the determination of molecular formulas, coordinate transformations, potentiometric titrations, and correlation analysis. This book is of great value to scientists and students with no experience in the use of computers.

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ISBN

978-0-12-175320-7

Language

English

Published

1981

Copyright

Copyright © 1981 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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Academic Press

Authors

FRANK H. CLARKE

Pharmaceuticals Division, CIBA-GEIGY Corporation, Ardsley, New York