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December 13th, 2009

Book Review: No Small Matter by Felice C. Frankel and George M. Whitesides

Abstract:
Where were George Whitesides and Felice Frankel when I was in college? Had I possessed a textbook created with the beauty, symmetry, lyricism, wit, and brevity of No Small Matter physics and chemistry might have been enjoyed rather than endured. A gorgeous coffee-table style representation of the complexities and relevance of nanotechnology, No Small Matter introduces and explains the world of the very small to those of us blind to all but the moderately large.

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