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Peter is well-known for the clarity of his writing, and for his ability to communicate ideas concisely, compellingly, and with elegance. His talents are here deployed in a book intended for delight - delight in the way in which the world around us is put together, in how structure is reflected in properties, and in the extra level of beauty revealed to the informed eye and brain. Education in Chemistry This is undoubtedly the most beautiful chemistry book ever written ...whether you spend only five minutes, or indulge an evening reading it all, you will be amply rewarded. New Scientist
Publisher: New York : Scientific American Library, c1987.
ISBN: 9780716760047


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