ISBN 9788130909974,Mathematical Methods for Scientists & Engineers

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ISBN 9788130909974
Publisher

University Science Books

Publication Year 2008
ISBN-13

ISBN 9788130909974

ISBN-10 8130909979
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 1176 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Applied mathematics

From best-selling author Donald McQuarrie comes his newest text, Mathematical Methods for Scientists and Engineers. Intended for upper-level undergraduate and graduate courses in chemistry, physics, math and engineering, this book will also become a must-have for the personal library of all advanced students in the physical sciences. Comprised of more than 2000 problems and 700 worked examples that detail every single step, this text is exceptionally well adapted for self study as well as for course use. Famous for his clear writing, careful pedagogy, and wonderful problems and examples, McQuarrie has crafted yet another tour de force.
As the author of landmark chemistry books and textbooks, Donald McQuarrie’s name is synonymous with excellence in chemical education. From his classic text on Statistical Mechanics to his recent quantum-first tour de force on Physical Chemistry, McQuarrie’s best selling textbooks are highly acclaimed by chemistry community. McQuarrie received his PhD from the University of Oregon, and is Professor Emeritus from the Department of Chemistry at the University of California, Davis. He makes his home at The Sea Ranch in California with his wife Carole, where he continues to write.
About the Author
Donald McQuarrie’s name is synonymous with excellence in chemical education. From his classic text on Statistical Mechanics to his recent quantum-first tour de force on Physical Chemistry, McQuarrie’s best selling textbooks are highly acclaimed by chemistry community. McQuarrie received his PhD from the University of Oregon, and is Professor Emeritus from the Department of Chemistry at the University of California, Davis. He makes his home at The Sea Ranch in California with his wife Carole, where he continues to write.
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