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- Elsevier Science 2012; US$ 72.95
The Exciplex contains the proceedings of the International Exciplex Conference held at the University of Western Ontario, on May 28-31, 1974. The papers explore various aspects of exciplex behavior and cover topics ranging from singlet- and triplet-state exciplexes to the photophysics of aromatic excimers. Electron-transfer reactions in multicomponent... more...
- Springer New York 2009; US$ 76.20
This guide to the physics and observations of Radio Recombination Lines from astronomical sources includes history, theory, applications, 250 equations and 110 illustrations. This soft cover edition contains corrections and updates from hardbound edition. more...
- Elsevier Science 2002; US$ 325.00
Six Sigma is Business and Industry's newest recognized quality program. This text provides information and instructions for new and current quality professionals in order to help employ methods to attain Six Sigma defect quality assurance within their company. All areas of business and manufacture are covered. Detailed checklists, questionnaires and... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 53.95
This book explains why the earliest cities had grid-form street systems, what conditions led to their being overwhelmingly preferred for 5000 years throughout the world, why the Founding Fathers wanted gridform cities and how they affect economic transactions. Real property has been instrumental in forming urban settlements for 5000 years, but virtually... more...
- University of Nebraska Press 2009; US$ 45.00
The late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries were a revolutionary period in the lives of women, and the shifting perceptions of women and their role in society were equally apparent in the courtroom. Women Who Kill Men examines eighteen sensational cases of women on trial for murder from 1870 to 1958. more...
- Free Press 1996; US$ 25.00
Since the early 1980s, economic experts have recommended "downsizing" as the best way for U.S. corporations to remain competitive. Reducing unnecessary staff would lower costs, increase profits, and transform these companies into lean, mean production machines. As many American businesses pursued this strategyoften in the wake of mergers and acquisitions... more...
- Wiley 2010; US$ 211.00 US$ 182.87
The all-encompassing guide to total quality process control for injection molding In the same simple, easy-to-understand language that marked the first edition, Total Quality Process Control for Injection Molding , Second Edition lays out a successful plan for producing superior plastic parts using high-quality controls. This updated edition is... more...
- Princeton University Press 2010; US$ 29.95 US$ 23.96
How do ant colonies get anything done, when no one is in charge? An ant colony operates without a central control or hierarchy, and no ant directs another. Instead, ants decide what to do based on the rate, rhythm, and pattern of individual encounters and interactions--resulting in a dynamic network that coordinates the functions of the colony. Ant... more...
- Columbia University Press 2011; US$ 17.99
Gordon M. Shepherd, a leading neuroscientist at Yale University, embarks on an eye-opening trip through the human brain's "flavor system," establishing the parameters of a new field: neurogastronomy. Challenging the belief that humans' sense of smell diminished as they made the leap from primate to human, Shepherd contends this sense, the main element... more...