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Molecules of Death

by R. H. Waring

  • 105 Want to read
  • 4 Currently reading

Published by Imperial College Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Toxicology (non-medical),
  • Science,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Life Sciences - Biology - General,
  • Toxicology,
  • Medicine / General,
  • Life Sciences - Biochemistry

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages456
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9831841M
    ISBN 101860948154
    ISBN 109781860948152

    The cells of a multicellular organism are members of a highly organized community. The number of cells in this community is tightly regulated—not simply by controlling the rate of cell division, but also by controlling the rate of cell death. If cells are no longer needed, they commit suicide by activating an intracellular death program. This process is therefore called programmed cell death Cited by: Molecules (ISSN ; CODEN: MOLEFW) is the leading international peer-reviewed open access journal of chemistry. Molecules is published semi-monthly online by MDPI. The International Society of Nucleosides, Nucleotides & Nucleic Acids (IS3NA), the Spanish Society of Medicinal Chemistry (SEQT) and the International Society of Heterocyclic Chemistry (ISHC) are affiliated with Molecules and.

    Masaru Emoto (江本 勝, Emoto Masaru, J – Octo ) was a Japanese author and pseudo-scientist who said that human consciousness has an effect on the molecular structure of 's book The Hidden Messages in Water published in was a New York Times best seller. Emoto's conjecture evolved over the years, and his early work revolved around pseudo Born: J , Yokohama, Japan. The same is true of other naturally occurring molecules as will be revealed in these two books from award-winning author and chemist, John Emsley. Molecules of Murder and More Molecules of Murder deal with potential poisons from man-made and natural sources. Both books investigate the crimes committed with them, not from the point of view of Author: John Emsley.

      The same is true of other naturally occurring molecules as will be revealed in this current book by award-winning author and chemist, John Emsley. More Molecules of Murder follows on from his highly-acclaimed earlier book Molecules of Murder, and again it deals with 14 potential poisons; seven of which are man-made and seven of which are : Royal Society of Chemistry, The. Molecules of death. These are victims of an ill-fated war fought 30 years back. The war is over but its toxic backlash lingers. One weapon of the war is still wreaking havoc -- Agent Orange, a herbicide containing tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (tcdd).From to , the us military aerially sprayed 42 million litres of Agent Orange to deny the communist fighters forest cover.


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Out of 5 stars Molecules of Death recommended. Reviewed in the United States on Novem Verified Purchase.

A well-written book that covers technical and scientific aspects in a way that both scientists and non-science types can read and appreciate. Read by: 8. The book ends with the most famous poisoning case in recent years, that of Alexander Litvinenko and his death from polonium chloride.

The first half of each chapter starts by looking at the target molecule itself, its discovery, its history, its chemistry, its use in medicine, its toxicology /5(58). Molecules of Death - Rosemary H. Waring, Glyn B. Steventon, Steve C. Mitchell - Google Books This book has been developed over many years from several popular courses taught to students at both.

Molecules of Death () This book has been developed over many years from several popular courses taught to students at both Birmingham and London universities. It provides an important step in introducing principles and concepts within the field of toxicology.

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This book is based on a popular elective course taught to first year students at the University of Birmingham. It introduces the principles underlying toxicity and illustrates them by examples of poisons from gases, minerals, plants, fungi, bacteria and marine creatures.

Each section is self. The book ends with the most famous poisoning case in recent years, that of Alexander Litvinenko and his death from polonium chloride. The first half of each chapter starts by looking at the target molecule itself, its discovery, its history, its chemistry, its use in medicine, its toxicology.

Each chapter is self-sufficient, enabling readers to dip into chapters of interest at random without any lack of understanding.

The book is informative, with numerous clinical details, and will appeal to those who wish to delve into this fascinating subject. Sample Chapter(s) Introduction ( KB) Chapter 1: Aflatoxin (J C Ritchie). About this book. Molecules of Murder is about infamous murderers and famous victims; about people like Harold Shipman, Alexander Litvinenko, Adelaide Bartlett, and Georgi Markov.

Few books on poisons analyse these crimes from the viewpoint of the poison itself, doing so throws a new light on how the murders or attempted murders were carried out Cited by: 3. Chemistry of Death of the first book in the Dr. David Hunter series. Hunter is a forensic expert who left his job in London after a tragedy forced him to make a change to his life.

He's currently working in the small Norfolk village of Manham as a General Practitioner/5. Molecules of death. [R H Waring; G B Steventon; Steve Mitchell;] -- "This book has been developed over many years from several popular courses taught to students at. The book ends with the most famous poisoning case in recent years, that of Alexander Litvinenko and his death from polonium chloride." "The first half of each chapter starts by looking at the target molecule itself, its discovery, its history, its chemistry, its use in medicine, its toxicology, and its effects on the human : Molecules of emotions.

A book written by a scientist, which is (was) also a woman, and a superb human being, who walked a long road to be able to explain scientifically why she was the way she was, and how our emotions could predestine and predict our health and even our death/5. This book follows on from John Emsley's international bestseller, "Elements of Murder", this time taking the reader on a journey of discovery into the world of dangerous organic poisons.

"Molecules of Murder" describes ten highly toxic molecules which are of particular interest due to /5(60). Molecules of Murder is about infamous murderers and famous victims; about people like Harold Shipman, Alexander Litvinenko, Adelaide Bartlett, and Georgi Markov.

Few books on poisons analyse these crimes from the viewpoint of the poison itself and the forensic evidence. Doing so throws a new light on how the murders, or attempted murders, were carried out and how the perpetrators were. Like a number of my friends, I have a three-ring binder on my desk prominently labeled "Death Book." I've found that it is never going to be perfect, but it Author: Henry K.

Hebeler. Molecules of Murder is about infamous murderers and famous victims; about people like Harold Shipman, Alexander Litvinenko, Adelaide Bartlett, and Georgi Markov.

Few books on poisons analyse these crimes from the viewpoint of the poison itself, doing so throws a new light on how the murders or attempted murders were carried out and ultimately how the perpetrators were uncovered and brought.

Molecules of Death. This book has been developed over many years from several popular courses taught to students at both Birmingham and London universities.

It provides an important step in introducing. Molecules Of Death (2nd Edition) by Steven C. Mitchell,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(6).

The same is true of other naturally occurring molecules as will be revealed in these two books from award-winning author and chemist, John Emsley.

Molecules of Murder and More Molecules of Murder deal with potential poisons from man-made and natural sources. Both books investigate the crimes committed with them, not from the point of view of Pages:. The book ends with the most famous poisoning case in recent years, that of Alexander Litvinenko and his death from polonium chloride.

The first half of each chapter starts by looking at the target molecule itself, its discovery, its history, its chemistry, its use in medicine, its .out of 5 stars Molecules of Death recommended! Reviewed in the United States on 25 November Verified Purchase.

A well-written book that covers technical and scientific aspects in a way that both scientists and non-science types can read and appreciate. Read more. One person found this /5(3).In her groundbreaking book Molecules of Emotion, Candace Pert -- a neuroscientist whose extraordinary career began with her discovery of the opiate receptor -- provides startling and decisive answers to these and other challenging questions that scientists and philosophers have pondered for centuries.4/5(4).