Comprehensive text provides sound understanding of the relevant factors in ion exchange and the theoretical tools needed to solve specific problems. Detailed coverage of ion exchangers, equilibria, kinetics, electrochemical properties, ion-exchanger membranes, much more. Each chapter contains helpful summary and references. Accessible to nonmathematical students. Introduction. 1962 edition.
Presents a collection of quotations about books and reading, from politcal figures, writers, and celebrities, including Mark Twain, Oprah Winfrey, W.H. Auden, Jerry Seinfeld, and Virginia Wolf, among others.
In a work of stunning and well-reasoned scholarship, a famous anarchist posits that the most effective human and animal communities are essentially cooperative, rather than competitive. A powerful counterpoint to the tenets of Social Darwinism.
In this seminal work of Western philosophy, Aristotle focuses on the use of language in persuasive argument. He identifies practical and aesthetic elements and their proper combination in an effective presentation.
What causes the aurora? What are the trade winds? Over 1,000 questions with comprehensive answers cover all types of weather phenomena. This enlightening, entertaining, and well-illustrated text for anyone curious about nature features numerous diagrams and full-page illustrations. Topics include the atmosphere, climatology, storms, historical weather studies, and weather lore.
In a series of lectures delivered in 1924, Dr. I.P. Pavlov reviewed his entire course of experiments, summarized his conclusions, and outlined his landmark psychological system. Until that time, Pavlov's investigations were known only through individual monographs, most of which had appeared in hard-to-find periodicals published in eastern Europe. This book- an expanded version of the lectures- is a full, authorized translation of the Novel Prize-winning scientist's work in experimental psychology.