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Publication Date: 2000
Beall, Herbert, Trimbur, John
Emphasizing writing as a means to examining, evaluating, sharing, and refining ideas, A Short Guide to Writing about Chemistry helps students get more out of their Chemistry courses and prepares them for work beyond the classroom. This book covers the kinds of readings and writing that chemistry students are called on to do in academic and industrial settings, and in public life. With comprehensive coverage on topics including graphing programs, ACS formats, Science Citation Index, Merck Index, and writing abstracts, this book is a must-have for any chemistry student.Beall, Herbert is the author of 'Short Guide to Writing About Chemistry', published 2000 under ISBN 9780321078445 and ISBN 0321078446.
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