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1 Uwe Meierhenrich (ed.) Comets and their origin: The Tool to Decipher A Comet OB1814 2014 eBook  
2 Francois Lique Gas-phase chemistry in space: From elementary particles to complex organic molecules OB1698 2019 eBook  
3 Stephan Schlemmer (ed.) Laboratory astrochemistry: From Molecules through Nanoparticles to Grains 025930 2014 Book  
4 D. A. Williams Cosmic-chemical bond: Chemistry from the Big Bang to Planet Formation 025917 2013 Book  
5 Ian W. M. Smith (ed.) Astrochemistry and astrobiology 024749 2013 Book  
6 Giora Shaviv Synthesis of the elements: The Astrophysical Quest for Nucleosynthesis and What It Can tell Us About the Universe 024737 2012 Book  
7 T J Millar (ed.) Dust and Chemistry in Astronomy 016498 1993 Book  
8 Charles R. Cowley Introduction to cosmochemistry 013358 1995 Book  
9 L. Nikolaev Space chemistry 006685 1976 Book  
10 Fred Hoyle Theory of cosmic grains 006298 1991 Book  
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TitleComets and their origin: The Tool to Decipher A Comet
Author(s)Uwe Meierhenrich (ed.)
PublicationVerlag, John Wiley and Sons, 2014.
Abstract NoteDivided into two parts, the first four chapters of Comets and their Origin refer to comets and their formation in general, describing cometary missions, comet remote observations, astrochemistry, artificial comets, and the chirality phenomenon. The second part covers the cometary ROSETTA mission, its launch, journey, scientific objectives, and instrumentations, as well as the landing scenario on a cometary nucleus. Along the way, the author presents general questions concerning the origin of terrestrial water and the molecular beginnings of life on Earth, as well as how the instruments used on a space mission like ROSETTA can help answer them. The text concludes with a chapter on what scientists expect from the ROSETTA mission and how its data will influence our life on Earth. As a result, the author elucidates highly topical and fascinating knowledge to scientists and students of various scientific backgrounds, allowing them to work with ROSETTA's data.
ISBN,Price9783527412815 : $ 175.00(Online)
Keyword(s)1. ASTROCHEMISTRY 2. COMETS - ORIGIN 3. EBOOK 4. EBOOK - WILEY 5. FORMATION OF COMETS 6. ROSETTA MISSION
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TitleGas-phase chemistry in space: From elementary particles to complex organic molecules
Author(s)Francois Lique;Alexandre Faure
PublicationBristol, Institute of Physics Publishing, 2019.
Abstract NoteGas-Phase Chemistry in Space: From elementary particles to complex organic molecules is written by a collection of experts in the field of astrochemistry. The book introduces essential concepts that govern the formation, excitation and destruction of molecules at a postgraduate and research level. A broad range of topics are covered; from early universe chemistry and stellar nucleosynthesis, to the study of bimolecular reaction kinetics. Detailed description of the gas-phase process is provided and recent examples of the interplay between observational and laboratory astrophysics are examined. Using more than 100 figures, as well as examples, this work reveals, in detail, both theoretical and experimental perspectives that can be implemented in future discoveries.
ISBN,Price9780750314251 : £ 148.50(Online)
Keyword(s)1. ASTROCHEMISTRY 2. ASTROPHYSICAL MOLECULES 3. EBOOK 4. EBOOK - INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS 5. GAS-PHASE CHEMISTRY
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TitleLaboratory astrochemistry: From Molecules through Nanoparticles to Grains
Author(s)Stephan Schlemmer (ed.);Thomas Giesen (ed.);Harald Mutschke (ed.)
PublicationWeinheim, Wiley-VCH, 2014.
Descriptionxx, 508p.
Abstract NoteWritten by leading scientists in the field and intended for a broader readership, this is an ideal starting point for an overview of current research and developments. As such, the book covers a broad spectrum of laboratory astrophysics and chemistry, describing recent advances in experiments, as well as theoretical work, including fundamental physics and modeling chemical networks. For researchers as well as students and newcomers to the field.
ISBN,Price9783527408894 : US $ 155.95(HB)
Classification52-36
Keyword(s)1. ASTROCHEMISTRY 2. MOLECULAR PHOTODISSOCIATION 3. MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY 4. NANOPARTICLES FORMATION 5. SPECTROSCOPY
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TitleCosmic-chemical bond: Chemistry from the Big Bang to Planet Formation
Author(s)D. A. Williams;T. W. Hartquist
PublicationCambridge, RSC Publishing, 2013.
Descriptionxii, 225p.
Abstract NoteIntroducing astrochemistry to a wide audience, this book describes how molecules formed in chemical reactions occur in a range of environments in interstellar and circumstellar space, from shortly after the Big Bang up to the present epoch. Stressing that chemistry in these environments needs to be ôdrivenö, it helps identify these drivers and the various chemical networks that operate giving rise to signature molecules that enable the physics of the region to be better understood. The book emphasises, in a non-mathematical way, the chemistry of the Milky Way Galaxy and its planet-forming regions, describes how other galaxies may have rather different chemistries and shows how chemistry was important even in the Early Universe when most of the elements had yet to be formed. This book will appeal to anyone with a general interest in chemistry, from students to professional scientists working in interdisciplinary areas and non-scientists fascinated by the evolving and exciting story of chemistry in the cosmos.
ISBN,Price9781849736091 : UKP 24.99(PB)
Classification524.8-36
Keyword(s)1. ASTROCHEMISTRY 2. INTERSTELLAR CHEMISTRY 3. INTERSTELLAR MOLECULAR HYDROGEN 4. MOLECULES
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TitleAstrochemistry and astrobiology
Author(s)Ian W. M. Smith (ed.);Charles S. Cockell (ed.);Sydney Leach (ed.)
PublicationBerlin, Springer-Verlag, 2013.
Descriptionix, 349p.
Series(Physical Chemistry in Action)
Abstract NoteAstrochemistry and Astrobiology is the debut volume in the new series Physical Chemistry in Action. Aimed at both the novice and experienced researcher, this volume outlines the physico-chemical principles which underpin efforts to understand astrochemistry and predict astrobiology. An introductory chapter includes fundamental aspects of physical chemistry required for understanding the field. Eight further chapters address specific topics, encompassing basic theory and models, up-to-date research and an outlook on future work. The last chapter examines each of the topics addressed from a different angle. Written and edited by international experts, this text is accessible for those entering the field of astrochemistry and astrobiology, whilst still providing new information and insights for experienced researchers.
ISBN,Price9783642317293 : Euro 129.95(HB)
Classification524.8-36/-37
Keyword(s)1. ASTROBIOLOGY 2. ASTROCHEMISTRY 3. MOLECULAR UNIVERSE 4. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
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TitleSynthesis of the elements: The Astrophysical Quest for Nucleosynthesis and What It Can tell Us About the Universe
Author(s)Giora Shaviv
PublicationBerlin, Springer-Verlag, 2012.
Descriptionxxii, 684p.
Series(Astrophysics and Space Science Library)
Abstract NoteThis book describes the origins and evolution of the chemical elements we and the cosmos are made of. The story starts with the discovery of the common elements on Earth and their subsequent discovery in space. How do we learn the composition of the distant stars? How did progress in quantum theory, nuclear physics, spectroscopy, stellar structure and evolution, together with observations of stars, converge to provide an incredibly detailed picture of the universe? How does research in the micro-world explain the macro-world? How does progress in one affect the other, or lack of knowledge in one inhibit progress in the other? In short, Shaviv describes how we discovered the various pieces of the jigsaw that form our present picture of the universe; and how we sometimes put these in the wrong place before finding in the right one.
ISBN,Price9783642283840 : Euro 169.95(HB)
Classification524.86-48
Keyword(s)1. ASTROCHEMISTRY 2. BIG BANG 3. CHEMICAL ELEMENTS - STARS 4. COSMOCHEMISTRY 5. EVOLUTION OF CHEMICAL ELEMENTS 6. FIRST STAR
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TitleDust and Chemistry in Astronomy
Author(s)T J Millar (ed.);D A Williams (ed.)
PublicationBristol, Institute of Physics Publishing, 1993.
Descriptionxi, 335p.
Series(Graduate series in astronomy)
ISBN,Price0-7503-0271-2
Classification524.57
Keyword(s)1. ASTROCHEMISTRY 2. COSMIC DUST 3. DUST 4. INTERSTELLAR DUST 5. LOW MASS STAR FORMATION 6. MOLECULAR ICE 7. STAR FORMATION
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TitleIntroduction to cosmochemistry
Author(s)Charles R. Cowley
PublicationCambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1995.
ISBN,Price0-521-45920-6
Classification524.86
Keyword(s)1. ASTROCHEMISTRY 2. ASTROGEOLOGY 3. ASTROPHYSICS 4. COSMOCHEMISTRY
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TitleSpace chemistry
Author(s)L. Nikolaev
PublicationMoscow, Mir Publiction, 1976.
Description198pp.
Classification524.86
Keyword(s)1. ASTROCHEMISTRY 2. SPACE CHEMISTRY
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TitleTheory of cosmic grains
Author(s)Fred Hoyle;Nalin Chandra Wickramasinghe
PublicationDordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1991.
Description307pp.
Series(Astrophysics and Space Science Library)
Classification524.57
Keyword(s)1. ASTROCHEMISTRY 2. ASTROPHYSICS 3. COSMIC GRAINS 4. COSMOCHEMISTRY
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