New Textbooks

The following textbooks have recently been published by the Royal Society of Chemistry, and can be found in our bookshop.

Crime Scene to Court (4th edition)

The first edition of Crime Scene to Court was published in 1998 after Peter White discovered that he couldn’t find a suitable textbook covering forensic techniques and practises with which to teach his undergraduate and postgraduate students. Now, in its 4th edition, this book is ideal for anyone studying forensic science or law with a limited background in science, or anyone with a role in an investigation.

Forensic Toxicology

This book is an essential resource for postgraduate students and researchers of forensic toxicology who need the latest data and knowledge in the field. Some of the topics discussed include pharmacoepidemiology, the use and abuse of drugs in driving, sport, and the workplace, and new drug groups and their impact on legislation.

Stimuli-Responsive Materials

This book introduces the concepts of responsiveness to external stimuli, an attractive feature for many applications. Written by a renowned expert in the field, this book provides readers with comprehensive scientific principles and developments of stimuli-responsive materials, as well as the recent technological advances.

Introduction to Photocatalysis

This is an ideal textbook for graduate students of catalysis, environmental science, materials science and chemical engineering. Topics covered in this book include the fundamental principles and applicable techniques of light, solid state physics, electrochemistry, reaction kinetics, materials processing, and future prospects of application of photocatalysis.

Principles of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry

This new edition includes the up-to-date advances in analytical techniques and applications of this field, and is written by the field’s experts. This book is written as an aid for students and lecturers alike, and to those in industry, as an invaluable source of information.

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