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"I don't suppose you have a friend who is a warthog. You probably don't have a friend who is a professional detective, either. So it's very unlikely that you have a friend who's both. But I do."So begins the adventures of Nixk Sayga and his friend Bill, a warthog detective, in Full Metal Trench Coat, the first book in the new Bill the Warthog Mysteries series. As Bill fights kid's "crimes," such as investigating celebrity soccer shoes and broken skateboard helmets, he also teaches Nick and his friends about the Armour of God. Kids will love trying to figure out each chapter's mystery as they enjoy the zany antics of Bill, Nick and their friends. And they will laugh at Bill's crazy attempts to fit in with kids, even putting tennis balls on his tusks so he can join the soccer team without risk of injuring the palyers! Bill the Warthog Mysteries: Full Metal Trench Coat will bring laughter and learning to preteens, and kids of all ages!
Tandem Mass Spectrometry Edited by F. W. McLafferty More than 50 contributors, representing 32 of the world's leading research groups in mass spectrometry, examine the fundamentals, methods, instrumentation and applications of MS/MS, as well as promising new directions. The book describes the general types of MS/MS applications, primarily trace analysis in complex mixture, molecular structure elucidation, and gaseous ion reaction mechanisms; basic methods and theory, including the production and dissociation of characteristic ions; the principal types of instruments employed; special techniques; and applications of MS/MS in numerous fields. 506 pp. (0 471-86597-4) 1983 Molecular Luminescence Spectroscopy Methods and Applications, Part One Edited by Stephen G. Schulman Providing encyclopedic coverage, the author examines the applications of fluorescence, phosphorescence, and chemiluminescence spectra to the analysis of organic and inorganic compounds. The book features discussions of topics never presented in an analytical text, such as excited state optical activity and bioinorganic luminescence spectroscopy, and exhaustive reviews of fluorescence and phosphorescence of pharmaceuticals. Chapters on fluorescence detection in chromatography and luminescence immunoassay are the most up-to-date treatments available on these subjects. 826 pp. (0 471-86848-5) 1985 Auger Electron Spectroscopy M. Thompson, M. Baker, A. Christie, and J. Tyson After comparing AES with other techniques in the general field of electron spectroscopy, this book reviews the fundamentals and theories underlying the AES effect. The authors--experienced users of AES--offer an easy-to-follow summary of procedures along with generic descriptions of equipment components. The book also deals with a sequence of studies of gas phase spectra from rare gases to metals to molecules. Chemical aspects of the methods are discussed, followed by a particularly comprehensive description of AES with reference to materials science. 375 pp. (0 471-04377-X) 1985
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Metal matrix composites are making tangible inroads into the "real" world of engineering. They are used in engineering components such as brake rotors, aircraft parts, combustion engines, and heat sinks for electronic systems. Yet, outside a relatively limited circle of specialists, these materials are mostly unknown. Designers do not as a rule think of using these materials, in part because access to information is difficult as these materials have not really entered engineering handbooks. Metal Matrix Composites in Industry is thus useful to engineers who wish to gain introductory knowledge of these materials and who want to know where "to find" them. Additionally, it provides researchers and academics with a survey of current industrial activity in this area of technology.
A fascinating and vital area of research, the geography of information describes the role of information as both economic and commercial product and its distribution and movement across boundaries of cyberspace and conventional geography. Written by a pioneer in telecommunications geography research, this prize winning title (AAG award 2003) applies information geography to the world of high-tech, examining the latest wrinkles in the Internet, Silicon Valley, mobile telephony, and other key areas.  <ul> <li>the first book to provide both a context for the geography of information and a critical overview of recent research. <li>Includes location-specific references and case studies. <li>Examines the information society, information economy, telecommunications and its geographical impact. </ul>
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