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Equilibrium in Analytical Chemistry Using Maple

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Equilibrium in Analytical Chemistry Using Maple
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740304220
Number of pages: 448

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This book is likely to find strong appeal among hard-core analytical chemists. Although it is not a textbook, it will appeal to chemistry and environmental faculty and students. It is rich in its presentation of first principles as it methodically illustrates the use of Maple for solving problems in the context of analytical chemistry.

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