Mathematics for Chemistry/Further reading

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Further reading[edit]

Books[edit]

  • Paul Monk, Maths for Chemistry: A Chemist's Toolkit of Calculations, (Oxford, 2006), ISBN 978-0199277414.
  • Bostock and Chandler, Core Maths for A-level, Third Edition, (Nelson Thornes, 2000), ISBN 978-0748755097.
  • M. C. R. Cockett and G. Doggett, Maths for Chemists: Numbers, Functions and Calculus v. 1, (Royal Society of Chemistry, London, 2003), ISBN 978-0854046775
  • M. C. R. Cockett and G. Doggett, Maths for Chemists: Power Series Complex Numbers and Linear Algebra v. 2, (Royal Society of Chemistry, London, 2003), ISBN 978-0854044955
  • G. Currell and T. Dowman,Mathematics and Statistics for Science, (Wiley, 2005), ISBN 978-0470022290.
  • Stephen K. Scott, Beginning Maths for Chemistry, (Oxford, 1995), ISBN 978-0198559306
  • Peter Tebbutt, Basic Mathematics for Chemists, 2nd edition, (Wiley, 1994), ISBN 978-0471972839

Online resources[edit]

There is much useful free material relevant to this book, including downloadable DVDs, funded by the HEFCE Fund for the Development of Teaching & Learning and the Gatsby Technical Education Project in association with the Higher Education Academy at Math Tutor.

Discover Maths for Chemists from the Royal Society of Chemistry is a a one-stop site designed by chemists for chemists. This new free-to-use site brings together all the best resources to help you combine maths and chemistry.

Maths for Chemistry is an online resource providing interactive context-based resources which explain how various aspects of maths can be applied to chemistry. There are quizzes and downloadable files to check understanding.