Recent Reviews of RSC Books
Invitations to review RSC books are sent to jourmals and magazines after publication. Read what other people are saying about RSC books!
Designing Multi-Target Drugs
"The editors compiled a very informative and comprehensive collection of topics, and they were able to collaborate with well-known experts as chapter authors".
Dr Jens-Uwe Peters, ChemMedChem (2013)
"It is a book which can help to inform the debate over the allocation of land and ecosystem resources."
Steve Hughes, Food Security (2011)
Protein and Peptide Analysis by LC-MS - Experimental Strategies
".the book serves as a starting point for choosing an experimental design and encourages critical analysis."
Jennifer Beck, European Journal of Mass Spectrometry (2011)
Maths for Chemists, 2nd Edition
".this new edition is a timely update to the resources available for both staff and students".
Paul Yates, Education in Chemistry (2012)
".very professionally printed in a compact and easy-to-read format, and with colour illustrations."
M B Cortie, Gold Bulletin (2012)
UHPLC in Life Sciences
".the book is a well-balanced mix between theoretical and instrumental considerations, complemented by real life science applications"
F Lestremau, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry (2012)
The Case of the Poisonous Socks
"William H. Brock sticks to his scholarship in assembling this collection of 42 short essays, and he tells them in an entertaining manner that facilitates learning and subsequent retelling".
Bob Kenworthy, Chemical Heritage (2012)
Kinase Drug Discovery
".this concise book links diverse topics well to support the creativity that is now vigorously driving protein kinase inhibitor research".
Richard Engh, ChemMedChem (2012)
Nanostructured Catalysts: Selective Oxidations
"The book can be strongly recommended for every scientist who is concerned with heterogeneous catalytic selective oxidations".
Andreas Martin, Angewandte Chemie (2012)
Advanced Renewable Energy Sources
".an exceptional tool for any scientists involved in public engagement or studying any type of renewable energy technology".
Nina Chadwick, Chemistry World (2012)
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J. Richard Morphy
This is the first book to pull together studies and reviews from cutting edge authors who work in the emerging and exciting field of multi-targeted drug discovery.
Nigel G Halford
This book is a comprehensive reference for energy crops from the plant perspective with expert authors for each crop. Of particular importance are the chapters covering the sustainability aspects (social, economic and environmental), including food security.
This book is the first example in presenting LC-MS strategies for the analysis of peptides and proteins with detailed information and hints about the needs and problems described from experts on-the-job.
An excellent resource for students who need support and understanding in working with the diverse mathematical tools required in a typical chemistry degree course.
Provides a broad, multi-disciplinary platform to discuss and learn more about the fascinating properties of nanoporous gold from an inter-disciplinary perspective.
This book presents a comprehensive overview of UHPLIC and is essential reading to newcomers to field and postgradutes and an essential handbook for experienced users of the technique.
William H Brock
Light in style, this collection of essays about chemists and their discoveries will interest scientists, teachers, historians and laypeople.
Richard A Ward
This is the first book to examine the future opportunities and challenges in the development of drugs which target kinases.
A comprehensive up-to-date summary of the existing information on the structural/electronic properties, chemistry and catalytic properties of vanadium and molybdenum containing catalysts.
Gopal Nath Tiwari
A unique book dealing with all types of renewable energy resources, aimed at scientists but also a textbook for science students