New Science & Engineering E-Books from Wiley and National Academies Press
E-Books from Wiley (more listed here) – Access restricted to UCSD students, faculty and staff
- Analytical Electrochemistry, 3rd ed. (by Joseph Wang, UCSD Dept. of NanoEngineering)
- Wiley guide to chemical incompatibilities, 3rd ed.
- Activating unreactive substrates : the role of secondary interactions
- Medicinal natural products : a biosynthetic approach, 3rd ed.
- Arrow pushing in organic chemistry : an easy approach to understanding reaction mechanisms
- Introduction to mass spectrometry : instrumentation, applications and strategies for data interpretation, 4th ed.
- Nanophotonic materials : photonic crystals, plasmonics, and metamaterials
- Mesoscopic electronics in solid state nanostructures, 2nd ed.
- Advanced wireless communications : 4G cognitive and cooperative broadband technology, 2nd ed.
- Handbook of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy
- Optimal state estimation
- Numerical and analytical methods for scientists and engineers using Mathematica
- Absorption and scattering of light by small particles
- Dynamic behavior of materials
E-Books from National Academies Press
- Research at the Intersection of the Physical and Life Sciences
- Ethics Education and Scientific and Engineering Research: What’s Been Learned? What Should Be Done?
- Developing Metrics for Assessing Engineering Instruction: What Gets Measured is What Gets Improved
- Engineering in K-12 Education: Understanding the Status and Improving the Prospects
- Ensuring the Integrity, Accessibility, and Stewardship of Research Data in the Digital Age
- Exploring the Intersection of Science Education and 21st Century Skills
- Surrounded by Science: Learning Science in Informal Environments
- Strengthening High School Chemistry Education Through Teacher Outreach Programs
- Liquid Transportation Fuels from Coal and Biomass: Technological Status, Costs, and Environmental Impacts
- Electricity from Renewable Resources: Status, Prospects, and Impediments
- Frontiers in Crystalline Matter: From Discovery to Technology