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Maths for Chemists

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Maths for Chemists

Maths for Chemists

There are already a range of textbooks available that aim to help chemistry students develop their mathematical knowledge and skills. This guide is not intended to replace those, or indeed the  notes provided by your lecturers and tutors, but instead it provides an additional source of material presented in a quick reference style allowing you to explore key mathematical ideas quickly and succinctly.

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