The second edition of the book Experimental innovations in surface science : a guide to practical laboratory methods and instruments (2015) by John T. Yates (shelf mark: 28 H 101-2. ed.) is now available in the library.
You can find it in the new acquisition section of the library or read the e-book at http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-17668-0.
The Max Planck Society has signed an agreement with Elsevier for a new ebooks model. During an initial period of 12 months, almost 13.000 ebooks from more than 20 subject areas will be accessible (book series are not included).
At the end of this initial period, a number of ebooks will be selected for perpetual access, primarily based on usage in the previous months.
The ebooks are available at http://www.sciencedirect.com
The German UNESCO Commission has released a practical guide on how to use Creative Commons licences.
Open Content – A practical guide to using Creative Commons licences [pdf]
These new title are available online now:
|Chorkendorff, Ib [Auth.]…
||Concepts of modern catalysis and kinetics
|VanSanten, Rutger A. [Auth.]…
||Molecular heterogeneous catalysis
|Ertl, Gerhard [Auth.]
||Reactions at solid surfaces
|Ertl, Gerhard [Ed.]…
||Preparation of solid catalysts
|Santos, Elizabeth [Ed.]…
||Catalysis in electrochemistry
|Vandenabeele, Peter [Auth.]
||Practical Raman spectroscopy
|Molodov, Dmitri A. [Ed.]
||Microstructural design of advanced engineering materials
|Weigand, Wolfgang [Ed.]…
|Lu, Kathy [Auth.]
|Berden, Giel [Ed.]…
||Cavity ring-down spectroscopy
|Vanbesien, Olivier [Auth.]
|Falkner, Robert [Ed.]
||The handbook of global climate and environment policy
|Vandenabeele, Peter [Auth.]…
||Climate adaptation futures
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