A useful reference for the practising engineer or material scientist
This volume presents discussions of theoretical and computational methods as well as their applications to specific technologies such as catalysis, microstructured polymeric materials, biological materials, directed evolution of proteins, microelectronics processing, and combinatorial chemistry.
This paperback serves as a handy, essential reference for the practicing chemical engineer, chemist, or materials scientist interested in learning about current capabilities of theory and computation in complementing experimental research aimed toward the design of new products.
This paperback edition is adapted from the serial Advances in Chemical Engineering, Volume 28, 2001 ISBN: 0-12-008528-3.
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