helen-louise (baratron) wrote,

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Any chemistry students reading this?

If so, I have some books for sale:

These are mostly chemistry textbooks left over from my undergraduate days, and one fiction book. All books are in as-new condition.

The following textbooks are the newest edition available:
Aromatic Heterocyclic Chemistry (Oxford Chemistry Primers)
David T. Davies
Price: £3.00
(amazon price new: £5.99)

Metal-metal Bonded Carbonyl Dimers and Clusters (Oxford Chemistry Primers)
Catherine E. Housecroft
Price: £4.00
(amazon price new: £8.99)

Molecular Quantum Mechanics
P.W. Atkins, R.S. Friedman
Price: £25.00
(amazon price new: £33.99)
Useful for final year students and for postgraduate study.

Chemical Thermodynamics: Revision and Worked Examples (RSC Paperback)
H.P. Stadler
(amazon price new: £11.95)
A good alternative to Smith's Basic Chemical Thermodynamics if you're having trouble with that. For 1st and 2nd years.

Vitamin C: Its Chemistry and Biochemistry (Royal Society of Chemistry Paperbacks)
Michael B. Davies, John A. Austin, David A. Partridge
(amazon price new: £13.50)
I bought this on a whim!

I'll sell the two RSC books together for £10, or separately for £7 each.

This textbook is the current edition on sale, but a new edition is coming out in February 2003. Hence the price is a substantial discount on the amazon price:
Inorganic Chemistry: Principles of Structure and Reactivity
James E. Huheey, Ellen A. Keiter, Richard L.Keiter
(amazon price new: £36.99)

One for My Baby
by Tony Parsons
Price: £2.50
(amazon price new: £5.59)

If you're interested in any of these, get in touch with me by email at my livejournal address, and we'll sort something out.

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