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## Full STEAM Ahead: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics in Library Programs and Collections

**Author**: Cherie P. Pandora,Kathy Fredrick**Publisher:**ABC-CLIO**ISBN:**144085341X**Category:**Language Arts & Disciplines**Page:**240**View:**3433

Written by librarians who have experience with integrating technology into all subject areas and working with teens and young adults, this book is a toolkit for youth and young adult librarians—school and public—who wish to incorporate science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) into their programs and collections but aren't sure where to begin. • Provides school and public librarians with the resources and clear guidance they need to implement STEAM programs and collections at their libraries • Places librarians in a key position—based on knowledge and ability—with STEAM initiatives in their school and community • Connects STEAM programming to national standards • Explains how to secure funding and find partners to collaborate in STEAM

## Chemistry in 100 Numbers

**Author**: Joel Levy**Publisher:**N.A**ISBN:**9781845436070**Category:****Page:**176**View:**3715

Mathematics is the language of science, and numbers are at the heart of all chemical sciences—understand the numbers, and you’ll have a better understanding of the science. Chemistry in 100 Numbers explores the most important and interesting numbers in chemistry, starting with the lowest number (-92.4, which is the ‘negative’ enthalpy of the Haber process measured in kilojoules and moles) and working in numerical order up to the very largest (6.0221367 × 1023, which is Avogadro’s number of particles in exactly 12 grams of carbon-12).

## Physics in 100 Numbers

**Author**: Colin Stuart**Publisher:**N.A**ISBN:**9781845435998**Category:****Page:**176**View:**7924

Mathematics is the language of science, and numbers are at the heart of all physical sciences—understand the numbers, and you’ll have a better understanding of the science. Physics in 100 numbers explores the most important and interesting numbers in physics, starting with the lowest number (10−43 seconds, or “Planck time,” the smallest time measurement possible) and working in numerical order up to the very largest (4 x 1069, which is the estimated mass-energy of the universe, in Joules). Whether you read it from cover to cover, dip in and out at random, or decide to read one number a day, you’ll discover a wide range of facts, figures, and formulas, presented in a way that is uniquely easy to grasp. From the mass of an electron to the age of the universe, Physics in 100 Numbers is an insightful and accessible guide that will enlighten, inform, and entertain readers of all levels.

## The Story of Chemistry

**Author**: Anne Rooney**Publisher:**Arcturus Publishing**ISBN:**1788880552**Category:**Science**Page:**N.A**View:**989

'The importance of the end in view prompted me to undertake all this work, which seemed to me destined to bring about a revolution in physics and chemistry.' Antoine Lavoisier, 1773 Great advances in human history have often rested on and prompted progress in chemistry. The exploitation of fire, the development of pigments, and the discovery that metals could be smelted and worked laid the foundations of civilization. The search for better tools and weapons drove metallurgy, and the need for medicines and perfumes lay behind the first laboratories. Our world and our bodies are immensely complex chemical systems; everything in life and matter comes down to chemistry in the end. The Story of Chemistry traces the emergence of this knowledge as humans have struggled to model and understand the world around and within them. The origins of chemistry lie in practical applications developed in prehistory: smelting metal, cooking, and making pigments and medicines. The Ancient Greeks were the first to seek rational models to explain the behaviour and interaction of matter. Chemistry remains an innately practical science, but now has solid theoretical foundations that extend its usefulness beyond anything our ancestors could have imagined. Our story takes us through centuries of alchemical endeavour, following gifted men who were led down the wrong path by a flawed paradigm, through the beginnings of modern chemistry in the Scientific Revolution, right up to the 21st century. En route we will see how chemistry became divorced from alchemy, with the scientific method applied first by Francis Bacon; how the theoretical groundwork of chemistry was laid by Robert Boyle's The Sceptical Chymist; how great practical and theoretical chemists such as Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier, Joseph Priestley, and John Dalton uncovered the nature of gases; and how the discovery of atomic structure has ultimately explained the properties and behaviour of all matter. Chemistry has brought huge benefits to humankind. Its practical application has given fuel to warm us, synthetic materials to enhance our lives, and medicines to cure life-threatening illnesses. Its theoretical framework enables us to explain how our bodies and the wider world work. But in the wake of these discoveries have come some immense problems, including pollution, climate change, and drug-resistant microbes. Modern chemistry uses our newfound knowledge to address these problems. Topics include: Prechemistry since prehistory Alchemy and the transmutation of metals The rise of the scientific method Identifying the chemical elements Understanding gases The nature of the atom Organic chemistry Chemical analysis

## Abstract Algebra

*Theory and Applications*

**Author**: Thomas W. Judson**Publisher:**Orthogonal Publishing L3c**ISBN:**9781944325053**Category:**Mathematics**Page:**434**View:**3737

Abstract Algebra: Theory and Applications is an open-source textbook that is designed to teach the principles and theory of abstract algebra to college juniors and seniors in a rigorous manner. Its strengths include a wide range of exercises, both computational and theoretical, plus many non-trivial applications. The first half of the book presents group theory, through the Sylow theorems, with enough material for a semester-long course. The second-half is suitable for a second semester and presents rings, integral domains, Boolean algebras, vector spaces, and fields, concluding with Galois Theory.

## An Introduction to Number Theory

**Author**: Harold M. Stark**Publisher:**Mit Press**ISBN:**9780262690607**Category:**Mathematics**Page:**347**View:**7638

The majority of students who take courses in number theory are mathematics majors who will not become number theorists. Many of them will, however, teach mathematics at the high school or junior college level, and this book is intended for those students learning to teach, in addition to a careful presentation of the standard material usually taught in a first course in elementary number theory, this book includes a chapter on quadratic fields which the author has designed to make students think about some of the "obvious" concepts they have taken for granted earlier. The book also includes a large number of exercises, many of which are nonstandard.

## Chemistry, Theoretical, Practical, and Analytical

*As Applied and Relating to the Arts and Manufactures*

**Author**: Sheridan Muspratt,Eben Norton Horsford**Publisher:**N.A**ISBN:**N.A**Category:**Chemistry, Technical**Page:**N.A**View:**1713

## Cosmic Numbers

*The Numbers That Define Our Universe*

**Author**: James D. Stein,D Stein**Publisher:**Basic Books**ISBN:**0465027881**Category:**Science**Page:**240**View:**2669

Our fascination with numbers begins when we are children and continues throughout our lives. We start counting our fingers and toes and end up balancing checkbooks and calculating risk. So powerful is the appeal of numbers that many people ascribe to them a mystical significance. Other numbers go beyond the supernatural, working to explain our universe and how it behaves. In Cosmic Numbers, mathematics professor James D. Stein traces the discovery, evolution, and interrelationships of the numbers that define our world. Everyone knows about the speed of light and absolute zero, but numbers like Boltzmann’s constant and the Chandrasekhar limit are not as well known, and they do far more than one might imagine: They tell us how this world began and what the future holds. Much more than a gee-whiz collection of facts and figures, Cosmic Numbers illuminates why particular numbers are so important—both to the scientist and to the rest of us.

## An Introduction to Stochastic Processes in Physics

**Author**: Don S. Lemons,Paul Langevin**Publisher:**JHU Press**ISBN:**9780801868672**Category:**Mathematics**Page:**110**View:**4808

"Students will love this book. It tells them without fuss how to do simple and useful numerical calculations, with just enough background to understand what they are doing... a refreshingly brief and unconvoluted work." -- American Journal of Physics

## Elementary Number Theory

*Second Edition*

**Author**: Underwood Dudley**Publisher:**Courier Corporation**ISBN:**0486134873**Category:**Mathematics**Page:**272**View:**7899

Written in a lively, engaging style by the author of popular mathematics books, this volume features nearly 1,000 imaginative exercises and problems. Some solutions included. 1978 edition.

## Pocket Book of Integrals and Mathematical Formulas, 4th Edition

**Author**: Ronald J. Tallarida**Publisher:**CRC Press**ISBN:**9781420063073**Category:**Mathematics**Page:**286**View:**318

Convenient Organization of Essential Material so You Can Look up Formulas Fast Containing a careful selection of standard and timely topics, the Pocket Book of Integrals and Mathematical Formulas, Fourth Edition presents many numerical and statistical tables, scores of worked examples, and the most useful mathematical formulas for engineering and scientific applications. This fourth edition of a bestseller provides even more comprehensive coverage with the inclusion of several additional topics, all while maintaining its accessible, clear style and handy size. New to the Fourth Edition • An expanded chapter on series that covers many fascinating properties of the natural numbers that follow from number theory • New applications such as geostationary satellite orbits and drug kinetics • An expanded statistics section that discusses nonlinear regression as well as the normal approximation of the binomial distribution • Revised format of the table of integrals for easier use of the forms and functions Easy to Use on the Go The book addresses a range of areas, from elementary algebra, geometry, matrices, and trigonometry to calculus, vector analysis, differential equations, and statistics. Featuring a convenient, portable size, it is sure to remain in the pockets or on the desks of all who use mathematical formulas and tables of integrals and derivatives.

## The Knot Book

*An Elementary Introduction to the Mathematical Theory of Knots*

**Author**: Colin Conrad Adams**Publisher:**American Mathematical Soc.**ISBN:**0821836781**Category:**Mathematics**Page:**306**View:**6200

Knots are familiar objects. We use them to moor our boats, to wrap our packages, to tie our shoes. Yet the mathematical theory of knots quickly leads to deep results in topology and geometry. The Knot Book is an introduction to this rich theory, starting from our familiar understanding of knots and a bit of college algebra and finishing with exciting topics of current research. The Knot Book is also about the excitement of doing mathematics. Colin Adams engages the reader with fascinating examples, superb figures, and thought-provoking ideas. He also presents the remarkable applications of knot theory to modern chemistry, biology, and physics. This is a compelling book that will comfortably escort you into the marvelous world of knot theory. Whether you are a mathematics student, someone working in a related field, or an amateur mathematician, you will find much of interest in The Knot Book.

## Chemistry, experiment and theory, second edition

*student study guide*

**Author**: Bernice G. Segal**Publisher:**John Wiley & Sons Inc**ISBN:**N.A**Category:**Science**Page:**618**View:**7927

This Second Edition of the first-year chemistry text known for its clarity of exposition and its large number of illustrative worked problems, contains a more rigorous treatment of electrochemistry, chemical equilibrium, and thermochemistry. Worked examples now number over 300, and exercises, over 1460.

## Nanostructured Soft Matter

*Experiment, Theory, Simulation and Perspectives*

**Author**: A.V. Zvelindovsky**Publisher:**Springer Science & Business Media**ISBN:**140206330X**Category:**Science**Page:**628**View:**7843

This book provides an interdisciplinary overview of a new and broad class of materials under the unifying name Nanostructured Soft Matter. It covers materials ranging from short amphiphilic molecules to block copolymers, proteins, colloids and their composites, microemulsions and bio-inspired systems such as vesicles.

## Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications

**Author**: Kenneth Rosen**Publisher:**McGraw-Hill Higher Education**ISBN:**007741893X**Category:**Education**Page:**N.A**View:**9166

## Our Mathematical Universe

*My Quest for the Ultimate Nature of Reality*

**Author**: Max Tegmark**Publisher:**Vintage**ISBN:**038535049X**Category:**Science**Page:**432**View:**8442

Max Tegmark leads us on an astonishing journey through past, present and future, and through the physics, astronomy and mathematics that are the foundation of his work, most particularly his hypothesis that our physical reality is a mathematical structure and his theory of the ultimate multiverse. In a dazzling combination of both popular and groundbreaking science, he not only helps us grasp his often mind-boggling theories, but he also shares with us some of the often surprising triumphs and disappointments that have shaped his life as a scientist. Fascinating from first to last—this is a book that has already prompted the attention and admiration of some of the most prominent scientists and mathematicians.

## Mathematics for Computer Science

**Author**: Eric Lehman,F. Thomson Leighton,Albert R. Meyer**Publisher:**N.A**ISBN:**9789888407064**Category:****Page:**979**View:**2172

This book covers elementary discrete mathematics for computer science and engineering. It emphasizes mathematical definitions and proofs as well as applicable methods. Topics include formal logic notation, proof methods; induction, well-ordering; sets, relations; elementary graph theory; integer congruences; asymptotic notation and growth of functions; permutations and combinations, counting principles; discrete probability. Further selected topics may also be covered, such as recursive definition and structural induction; state machines and invariants; recurrences; generating functions.