Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, Eighteen-Volume Set, Third Edition

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02Nine years has transpired since the 1992 second edition from the encyclopedia was published. This completely revised third edition, a university and professional level compendium of chemistry, molecular biology, mathematics, and engineering, is refreshed with plenty of articles about current research over these fields. For example, the modern edition has a increased increased exposure of information processing and biotechnology, reflecting the rapid expansion of these areas. The continuing Editor-in-Chief, Robert Meyers, and also the Board prepared a different topical outline of physical science to define complete coverage. Section editors can be Nobel Laureates or editors of key journals within their fields. Additional Board members representing the world scientific community were also recruited.

The new 18-volume edition on the Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, 3E, may have the added feature associated with an Index Volume, containing abstracts of all with the articles inside the encyclopedia.

The latest edition on the Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology:

Has been completely updated without having less than 90% revised material and 50% new content over the volumes
Presents eighteen volumes, nearly 800 authoritative articles and 14,500 pages
Is lavishly illustrated with more than 7,000 photographs, illustrations and tables
Presents an increased increased exposure of the hottest topics for example information processing, environmental science, biotechnology and biomedicine
Includes your final Index Volume containing Thematic, Relational and Subject indexes

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