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Elegant Solutions

Author: Philip Ball
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
ISBN: 1782625461
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Devising and performing a scientific experiment is an art, and it is common to hear scientists talk about the 'beauty' of an experiment. What does this mean in chemistry, the experimental science par excellence? And what are the most beautiful chemical experiments of all time? This book offers ten suggestions for where beauty might reside in experimental chemistry. In some cases the beauty lies in the clarity of conception; sometimes it is a feature of the instrumental design. But for chemistry, there can also be a unique beauty in the way atoms are put together to make new molecules, substances not known in nature. The ten experiments described here offer a window into the way that chemists think and work, and how what they do affects the rest of science and the wider world. This book aims to stimulate the reader to think anew about some of the relationships and differences between science and art, and to challenge some of the common notions about particular 'famous experiments'. Elegant Solutions: Ten Beautiful Experiments in Chemistry is accessible to all readers, including those without a scientific background and can provide an unusual point of entry into some of the basic concepts of chemistry. Phillip Ball is a renowned, prolific, award winning science writer.

Sthetik In Der Wissenschaft

Author: Wolfgang Krohn
Publisher: Felix Meiner Verlag
ISBN: 3787335250
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I. WISSENSCHAFTSTHEORETISCHE REFLEXIONEN Wolfgang Krohn: Die ästhetischen Dimensionen der Wissenschaft Ernst Peter Fischer: Ästhetische Wissenschaft - Schöne Ideen und elegante Experimente in der Geschichte. Joachim Schummer: Symmetrie und Schönheit in Kunst und Wissenschaft. Carsten Köllmann: Das elegante Universum und seine hemdsärmelige Wirtschaft - Ästhetische Aspekte der Wirtschaftswissenschaft. II. GESTALTUNG DES WISSENS Thomas Kellein: Die Ästhetik des Wissens - in Gips. Hiroshi Sugimoto und "Das große Glas" Marcel Duchamps Alfred Nordmann: Vor-Schrift - Signaturen der Visualisierungskunst Torsten Meyer: KnowledgeDesign - Die ästhetische Darstellung der Welt. III. NATURWISSENSCHAFTLICHE SICHTWEISEN Holk Cruse: Wissenschaft und Kunst - Zwischen beharrender Harmonie und unstetem Streben nach Neuem. Diskurs: Ästhetik zwischen Harmonie und Neugier Philippe Blanchard: Chaotische Bemerkungen eines theoretischen Physikers zur Ästhetik Helge Ritter: Schönheit als Antriebsfeder der Erkenntnis Johannes Lenhard: Computersimulation - Über einen Umbruch in der ästhetischen Konstitution der Mathematik Diskurs jenseits der Fachgrenzen: Über die (Dis-)Kontinuität des Begriff es der Schönheit. IV. HISTORISCHE BLICKE Wolfgang Braungart und Silke Jakobs: Staunen und Hingabe: Zur Ästhetik des Wissens seit dem 18. Jahrhundert. Natascha Adamowsky: Annäherungen an eine Ästhetik des Geheimnisvollen - Beispiele aus der Meeresforschung des 19. Jahrhunderts Klaus Hentschel: Zur Rolle der Ästhetik in visuellen Wissenschaftskulturen - Das Beispiel der Spektroskopie im 19. Jahrhundert Veronika Hofer: Jakob von Uexkülls Umwelten und das wiedergefundene Staunen - Zur neuen Ästhetik des Performativen im Zoo V. AUSBLICKE Die Autorinnen und Autoren. Farbteil (farbige Abbildungen) IV Inhalt

Beauty In Chemistry

Author: Luigi Fabbrizzi
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642283411
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The Beauty of Chemistry in the Words of Writers and in the Hands of Scientists, by Margherita Venturi, Enrico Marchi und Vincenzo Balzani Living in a Cage Is a Restricted Privilege, by Luigi Fabbrizzi Inner and Outer Beauty, by Kenneth N. Raymond und Casey J. Brown The Mechanical Bond: A Work of Art, by Carson J. Bruns und J. Fraser Stoddart The Beauty of Knots at the Molecular Level, by Jean-Pierre Sauvage und David B. Amabilino

Universe Of Stone

Author: Philip Ball
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1) In the twelfth century, Christians in Europe began to build a completely new kind of church u not the squat, gloomy buildings we now call Romanesque, but soaring, spacious monuments flooded with light from immense windows. 2) The inception of the age of Gothic architecture in the late twelfth century marked a profound change in the way some prominent Western intellectuals and theologians pictured the Universe and humanity's realtionship with it. 3) They began to imagine a God who built the cosmos using logical 'rules', based on geometry, that mankind could deduce using the faculty of reason. 4) This faith in an ordered, rational and harmonious universe was given physical expression in the great cathedrals, and more than any other in Chartres Cathedral, an unparalleled feat of craftsmanship in which all the elements of the new style cohered perfectly for the first time. 5) This change in thinking was by no means universal, and it led to furious debates about how far it was 'proper' to enquire into the nature of the universe. These conflicts marks the beginning of the tensions that are still felt today between faith and reason. 6) Universe of Stone establishes Chartres Cathedral's iconic role in Europe's history: a revolution in thought embodied in stone and glass, a philosophy made concrete through the cooperation of theologians, craftsmen and engineers. It shows us that there are other ways of seeing the world and reveals, as never before, the complex workings of the medieval mind.

Candid Science Iii

Author: István Hargittai
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781860943379
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"This is the third volume of the Candid Science series"--p.vii.

The Same And Not The Same

Author: Roald Hoffmann
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 9780231101394
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Nobel laureate Roald Hoffman confronts some of the major ethical controversies in chemistry today. Expertly weaving together examples from the worlds of art, literature, and philosophy, Hoffmann illustrates his uniquely accessible dialectic about the creative activity of chemists.

Francis Bacon

Author: George Walter Steeves
Publisher: Audubon Press& Christian Book service
ISBN: 1408665212
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Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.