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Introduction to Nanoscience Hardcover – May 15 2008


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"The figures are engaging and instructive, and the chapter reference lists are outstanding, containing the most up-to-date and important literature . . . This volume exposes students to the complete scope of nanoscience, allowing them to bring their disciplinary knowledge to the table and to understand the science, language, and techniques used in allied fields so they can develop a big picture interdisciplinary view, something needed to effectively engage and make major new contributions in this revolutionary field. Summing Up: Highly recommended."

– B. Ransom, formerly, University of California- San Diego, in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, November 2008, Vol. 46, No. 3

". . . extremely easy reading for students . . . In terms of the ease of usage for the teacher, it is refreshing to see a textbook that is written from a biomedical perspective in an area customarily frequented by material scientists and physicists and their customary dry writing. The authors do a very good job of contextualising the field and the reading is made ever more pleasant by the use of magnificent figures of superlative clarity . . . This book would certainly be used by me personally . . ."

– Dipak Kumar Sarker, School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, University of Brighton, in Reviews, Dec 2008, Vol. 9, No. 17, Issue 2

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Amazon.com: 5 reviews
I didn't read this book too far Jan. 20 2013
By bryan simpson - Published on Amazon.com
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I'll be honest that I dropped the class after a few month's, so my review won't be of much help. My issue was that the book didn't relate a lot of mathematics in nanoscience to the point I went to in it, so I didn't find much use in it.
Nano. Dec 5 2012
By ivan davila - Published on Amazon.com
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pretty good book for intro book. the price is great and the diagrams are very up to date. great printing.
Four Stars Sept. 28 2014
By Matthew - Published on Amazon.com
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Great book on the introduction to Nanoscience!
Five Stars Sept. 12 2014
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good, the price is amazing
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Just what I needed Sept. 6 2011
By Andrew T - Published on Amazon.com
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I used this book for an entry level nanoscience class and the book does a good job introducing the reader to nanoscience and progressing his or her knowledge to a more advanced level.


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