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New acquisition of scientific books in our ICMAB Library "Manuel Cardona"

Our "Manuel Cardona" Library has acquired 11 new scientific books for all our staff! The books are about some of the main topics of our research: nanotechnology, polymer science, nanomaterials processing and characterization, solid-state NMR, functional materials, voltammetry, electrochemical systems, modern condensed matter physics, pharmaceutical crystals, crystal growth and organic semiconductors. Take a look at the list below!

26 October 2020

If you are interested in any of these books, please ask our Librarian, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., for its location!

  1. Springer Handbook of Nanotechnology
    Bhushan, Bharat (Ed.)
    Springer-Verlag, 2017
  2. Fundamental Polymer Science
    Gedde, Ulf W., Hedenqvist, Mikael S.
  3. Nanomaterials: Processing and Characterization with Lasers
    S. C. Singh (Editor), H.B. Zeng (Editor), Chunlei Guo (Editor), Weiping Cai (Editor)
    Wiley, 2012
  4. Solid-state NMR in materials science: principles and applications
    Vladimir I. Bakhmutov
    CRC Press, 2012
  5. Cucurbituril-based Functional Materials
    Editor: Dönüs Tuncel
    Royal Society of Chemistry, 2020
  6. Understanding Voltammetry
    Richard G Compto and Craig E Banks
    World Scientific, 2018
  7. Electrochemical Systems
    John Newman, Karen E. Thomas-Alyea
    Wiley, 2004
  8. Modern Condensed Matter Physics
    Steven M. Girvin, Kun Yang
    Cambridge University Press, 2019
  9. Pharmaceutical Salts and Co-crystals
    Editors: Johan Wouters, Luc Quéré
    Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012
  10. Handbook of Crystal Growth, Volume 2A-2B
    Editor: Peter Rudolph
    Elsevier, 2015
  11. Physics of Organic Semiconductors
    Wolfgang Brütting, Chihaya Adachi
    Wiley, 2012

This acquisition has been made possible thanks to a CSIC budget aimed to the acquisiton of books for the libraries of the different centers and units of the CSIC. 

Visit our Library website for more information! 

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