Authored By: Dr. Manoj S.V. & Dr. Syamchand S.S.
Year of Publication: 2021
|Pages: 268||Binding: Paperback(PB)|
|Price in Rs. 210.00||Price in (USA) $. 16.8|
Chemistry: Its Origin, Methodology and Impactscovers topic ranging from the very origin of chemistry, the various events that witnessed the growth of present day developments in chemistry, and the impact of chemistry in our day to day life directly and indirectly. This book prepared in a simple and lucid style targets the under graduate students as well as any curious mind interested in the subject, Chemistry. The advancement in science especially Chemistry is much essential for the sustainable development of a society. This can be realized only through a systematic and scientific approach. Description about the methodology behind research, documentation of research work as well as the need for publishing the outcome are clearly mentioned in this book. It not only focus on the topic of general interests like food, medicine, cosmetics, cleansing agents etc., but also covers the green approaches and practices behind science. Details regarding materials of industrial importance are yet another source of knowledge. To give due attention for the under graduate stream of chemistry education details regarding qualitative and quantitative analytical techniques in chemistry and the safety measures in a chemical laboratory area also included in this book. This book will definitely offer the reader a virtual tour from the origin of chemistry to some of its latest achievements and contributions to the society.
Dr. Manoj S V currently works as Assistant Professor at the Department of Chemistry, Sree Narayana College, Kollam, Kerala. He has published several research papers in national and international journals and has authored textbooks for chemistry graduates. He has close to twenty years of teaching experience. His research areas of interest include Environmental Chemistry, Chemical Kinetics & Catalysis and Electrochemistry.
Dr. Syamchand SS, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, University College, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, has been teaching Chemistry at the under graduate and post-graduate levels for almost two decades. He has published several research papers in national and international journals and has co-authored textbooks for Chemistry graduates. His research interest is mainly Nanomaterial Science.He has also been selected as the Teacher Developer in Chemistry by the prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).