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New booksfrom the Royal Society of ChemistryOur books publishing programme supports scientists, researchers, studentsand teachers with high quality, internationally respected chemical science titlesspanning the breadth of our subject.The books we’re publishing in 2018 cover the core disciplines, related fields andemerging topics such as chemical biology and functional food. Contributionscome from all over the world, from leading researchers including Emma Raven,Mark Vrakking, Jintao Zhang and Bill Price.More books for established series It’s been 10 years since the first book in our Catalysis series – Carbons andCarbon Supported Catalysts in Hydroprocessing – hit the shelves. Since then,the series has grown to include over 30 titles, and there are five more joining theseries this year. Head to page 54 to read more.And finally Discover the science behind your favourite chocolate, and read about the horsewho came to dinner in the latest books to join our popular science collection.There’s much more to discover inside, including the chance to find out moreabout some of our authors. Look out for Q&As as you read.If you have any queries, contact books@rsc.org to talk to the team.For a list of books published prior to 2018, visit rsc.li/backlistHappy readingThe successful Soft Matter and New Developments in NMR series celebrate theirfifth birthday in 2018. We’re adding new books to these series providing first rateresources for researchers. and the start of something newJoining the collection in 2018:Roheena Anand Publisher, BooksSara Bowler Senior Sales Executive, BooksBiomaterials ScienceInorganic MaterialsAdvances in Chemistry EducationRoyal Society of Chemistry Thomas Graham HouseScience Park Milton Road Cambridge CB4 0WF UKTel 44 (0)1223 420066 Fax 44 (0)1223 426017Royal Society of Chemistry Books rsc.li/books1

A guide to our book typesBook seriesOngoing, in-depthcoverage of hot topics anddevelopments in key fields ofresearch.ConferenceproceedingsSnapshots of the latestdevelopments in a given fieldfrom international symposia.ProfessionalreferenceAccessible overviews ofadvances in contributingauthors’ respective fields.Provide global coverage.TextbooksSupplementary coursematerial for undergraduateand postgraduate study in thechemical sciences.Ways to buyDigital optionsPrint optionsThe complete eBook collection is over1,350 titles, and can be broken down asfollows:By yearBuild on your existing collection byadding the eBooks published in aspecific year.Build up your collection by speciallycurated book series.Smaller collections sorted by subject areaor by theme.By subjectThese smaller sets focus on eight primarytopic areas within the chemical sciences.Purchase any book from the collectionon its own.Pick and ChoosePopular scienceLighter reads offeringinformative summaries ofa wide range of chemicalscience subjects.Specialist periodicalreports (SPRs)Select only the titles you need from thecomplete collection – minimum spend 1,000. Find out moreThe latest research in aparticular field, expertlyreviewed and curated fora balanced perspective.Placing your orderPart of our eBook collectionAvailable as an eBook from selected online booksellersRoyal Society of Chemistry Books rsc.li/booksLibrarians and organisationsIndividualsTo place an order for printbooks please contact yourpreferred library supplier or findour regional representatives anddistributors on pageVisit our online bookshopTo find out more about oureBook options visit our websiteor to requestprices contact our sales teamsales@rsc.orgOr call 44 (0) 1223 4324962

ContentsDetection Science5Chemical Biology41New Developments in Mass Spectrometry7New Developments in NMR9Comprehensive Series inPhotochemical & Photobiological Sciences44Specialist Periodical Reports12Drug Discovery45Professional Reference12Issues in Toxicology48Metallobiology50Specialist Periodical Reports51Professional Reference52Catalysis Series54Theoretical and Computational Chemistry Series56Specialist Periodical Reports58Professional Reference58Textbooks62Advances in Chemistry Education Series65Energy and Environment Series15Green Chemistry Series17Issues in Environmental Science and Technology20Food Chemistry, Function and Analysis23Biomaterials Science Series27Inorganic Materials Series29Monographs in Supramolecular Chemistry31Nanoscience & Nanotechnology Series34Polymer Chemistry Series35Smart Materials Series37Soft Matter Series38Specialist Periodical Reports396771a. Agents76b. Trade enquiries77c. Ordering info7778Royal Society of Chemistry Books rsc.li/books3

What can readers expect from your series?New Developments in NMR is becoming a very large series of books, writtenby leading magnetic resonance experts. The six series editors select renownedscientists to edit volumes in their special area of magnetic resonance. Thevolumes cover the latest developments in virtually every area of magneticresonance, from hardware and fast data acquisition to contrast agentdevelopment and glycoscience. There are currently 13 volumes in the series andthe number is growing rapidly. It is developing into the preeminent referenceseries on magnetic resonance.The books in our analytical science portfolio detail the latest research advancesin analytical science, highlight groundbreaking technology and provide referenceinformation, opinions and perspective on a broad range of subjects, from carbonbased nanomaterials to the latest developments in GC-MS.Five minutes with.Name William S PriceAffiliation Western Sydney University, AustraliaEditor-in-chief New Developments in NMRIn your opinion, what is the biggest unanswered question in chemistry?It seems to me that as soon as you answer one question, another equallychallenging question arises. Perhaps this is what makes chemistry so interesting.It’s very satisfying to answer one question, but it is nice to know that there isalways more to do. And I am sure (without bias) that magnetic resonance will bepart of many of the solutions to such questions.Editor Hands-on NMRPublication date November 2018Tell me about yourselfI am professor of medical imaging physics at Western Sydney University.I specialise in the ‘physical side’ of magnetic resonance, including how to probemolecular dynamics using diffusion and relaxation measurements and alsomagnetic resonance imaging (MRI). These magnetic resonance techniques areapplicable to an extraordinarily diverse range of applications – you can use thesame techniques for studying cancer biopsies as you can for grape development.Book seriesProfessionalreferenceRoyal Society of Chemistry 2018 books analytical science rsc.li/analytical-books-18Part of our eBook collectionAvailable as an eBook from selected online enceproceedingsTextbooksPopularscience4

About the seriesISSN: 2052-3068Carbon-based Nanomaterialsin Analytical ChemistryEditor-in-chiefMichael Thompson University of Toronto,CanadaCarlos D Garcia Clemson University, USA Agustín G Crevillén UniversidadNacional de Educación a Distancia, Spain Alberto Escarpa Universidad of Alcalá,SpainSeries editorsSubrayal Reddy University of Central Lancashire,UK Damien Arrigan Curtin University, Australia Mengsu (Michael) Yang City University of HongKong, Hong KongThis book serves as a reference manual which guides readers through thepossibilities of carbon nanomaterials in various fields of chemical analysis. Itprovides current guidance to selecting the most appropriate material for targetedanalytical application whilst considering the future trends in this field. Presentingthe most relevant advances in employing carbon-based nanostructured materialsfor analytical purposes, this book fills a gap in the literature for graduate studentsand professional researchers across analytical chemistry in industry and academia.Providing a comprehensive look at the state ofthe art in detection technologies and materialsused in the development of diagnosticsfor clinical, medicinal, and environmentalapplications, the books in this series are avaluable reference for graduate students andprofessional researchers across academiaand industry. Emphasising the detectionof chemicals and biochemical species in aquantitative fashion, the series will also interestadvisors, consultants and government agencystaff, who will benefit from the detailed nature ofthese titles.Hardback 250 pages 9781788011020 2018 159.00 223.00Confining Electrochemistry to NanoporesFrom Fundamentals to ApplicationsYi-Lun Ying East China University of Science and Technology, China Yao LinEast China University of Science and Technology, China Yi-Tao Long East ChinaUniversity of Science and Technology, ChinaAimed at developing the concept of the electrochemical confined space inanalysing single molecules, this book serves as a stepping stone to many excitingdiscoveries in nanopore-based analysis of biological processes and chemicalreactions in confined space. There has been no newly published books onnanopore technology which provide a general overview of the research onnanopore-based sensing but the field of nanopore sensors is growing rapidly.The book provides a good source of nanopore studies for researchers interestedin and working in the general areas of electrochemistry and nanobiotechnology,especially on nanopore sensors.Hardback 250 pages 9781788012713 2019 159.00 223.00Royal Society of Chemistry 2018 books analytical science rsc.li/analytical-books-185

Quenched-phosphorescenceDetection of Molecular OxygenAlso of interestApplications in Life SciencesDmitri B Papkovsky University College Cork, Ireland Ruslan I Dmitriev UniversityCollege Cork, IrelandProviding an overview of the recent developments in oxygen sensing employingquenching of phosphorescent materials including dyes, polymers and pigments,this book will bring the literature up to date as this field has seen major progressand deployment of advanced sensor chemistry, materials and detectionsystems. The applications are broad and developing particularly in biomedical,food packaging and environmental areas open to commercialisation. Aimedat researchers in academia and industry interested in oxygen measurementand technologies, it delivers practical guidance for potential new users andresearchers.RSC Detection ScienceRSC Detection ScienceBiological Fluid–SurfaceInteractions in Detectionand Medical DevicesElectrochemicalStrategies in DetectionScienceMichael Thompson, Christophe Blaszykowski,Sonia Sheikh, Cesar Rodriguez-Emmeneggerand Andres de los Santos PereiraEdited by Damien W M ArriganHardback 400 pages 9781788011754 2018 179.00 251.00RSC Detection ScienceAdvanced SyntheticMaterials in DetectionScienceEdited by Subrayal M ReddyRoyal Society of Chemistry 2018 books analytical science rsc.li/analytical-books-186

About the seriesISSN: 2045-7545Examining instrument and method developmentand new applications of mass spectrometry,this series is an important resource for graduatestudents, researchers and analytical chemistsinterested in the respective instrumentationand techniques. The books present the keyfacts and concepts in a concise and readablemanner to keep readers up to date with thelatest information and to promote the practiceof mass spectrometry techniques.Capillary Electrophoresis-Mass Spectrometryfor MetabolomicsRawi Ramautar Leiden University, The NetherlandsCapillary electrophoresis-mass spectrometry (CE-MS) has become a very usefulanalytical technique for the profiling of highly polar and charged metabolites inbiological samples. In this book, the unique features of CE-MS for metabolomicsstudies are highlighted and a comprehensive overview of recent technologicaldevelopments is given. CE-MS can be considered a relatively new techniquein the field of metabolomics and it is therefore important to inform thescientific community about the possibilities of advanced CE-MS approachesfor metabolomics studies. This book is suitable for to researchers working inmetabolomics, bioanalytics and biomarker analysis.Hardback 250 pages 9781788011044 2018 159.00 223.00LipidomicsCurrent and Emerging TechniquesWilliam Griffiths Swansea University, UK Yuqin Wang Swansea University, UKLipidomics is one of the newest -omics techniques with growing importance inbioscience. This book discusses interesting standard and non-standard techniquesrelevant to the measurement and analysis of lipids by mass spectrometry. Itprovides a guide to the possibilities of the techniques and introduces the readerto exciting newer methods which allow isomer differentiation, improve sensitivity,allow spatial location and go beyond annotation of simply matching a mass to adatabase entry. For the first time in a book, the emerging methods and advantagesand disadvantages of new technologies for lipid structure characterisation arehighlighted.Hardback 350 pages 9781788011600 2018 169.00 237.00Royal Society of Chemistry 2018 books analytical science rsc.li/analytical-books-187

Mass Spectrometric Characterisation ofLignin and Related CompoundsNew TechniquesJoseph Banoub Memorial University of Newfoundland, CanadaDevoted to highlighting mass spectrometry and tandem mass spectrometrytechniques used for the elucidation of the chemical structure of lignin, thisunique book sheds new light on the research in this area. Specific pertinentexamples are presented that highlight the key role of the state-of-the-art massspectrometry methods that employ softer ionization modes to analyse thestructure of native and modified types of lignin. Providing an overview and critiqueof the current understanding of lignin structure, it takes into account the variousextraction methodologies that have been employed. This book is useful for massspectrometry researchers and other analytical chemists interested in biopolymersand also those in bio-fuels laboratories.Miniature Mass Spectrometry SystemsZheng Ouyang Purdue University, USA Xiaoyu Zhou Tsinghua University, China Dalton Snyder Purdue University,USA Graham Cooks Purdue University, USAThe potential for miniature mass spectrometry (MS) systems is large and the bookprovides an overview on aspects of the technology and instruments, as well astheir applications including areas such as medical diagnostics and pharmaceuticalresearch. Intended for readers interested in miniature MS and related technology,and analytical applications of mass spectrometry which might include developersand funders of these instruments. It can be used as supplementary readingmaterials for undergraduate and graduate students, and can also help professionalresearchers understand the history and the future development of the field.Hardback 300 pages 9781788010757 2018 159.00 223.00Hardback 350 pages 9781782628286 2017 169.00 237.00Mass Spectrometry in Biopharmaceuticaland Emerging Drug ModalitiesMark Bolgar Bristol-Myers Squibb, USAThe focus of this book is on the use of mass spectrometry (MS) for the assessmentof alternative modes of drug efficacy and inclusion of information on the useof MS in the development of protein biosimilars. This topic is not includedin competing books but is a key technological enabler of a rapidly growingsector of the biopharmaceutical industry. Providing a unique and up-to-dateaddition to the literature in this area, this volume is aimed at researchers, bothnew and established, looking into the applications of mass spectrometry in thepharmaceutical industry.Hardback 250 pages 9781782629757 2018 159.00 223.00Royal Society of Chemistry 2018 books analytical science rsc.li/analytical-books-188

About the seriesField-cycling NMR RelaxometryISSN: 2044-253XInstrumentation, Model Theories and ApplicationsEditor-in-chiefWilliam S Price Western Sydney University,AustraliaRainer Kimmich University of Ulm, GermanySeries editorsSharon Ashbrook University of St Andrews, UK Bruce Balcom The University of New Brunswick,Canada István Furó KTH Royal Instituteof Technology, Sweden Maili Liu ChineseAcademy of Sciences, China MasatsuneKainosho Tokyo Metropolitan University, JapanFocusing on novel aspects of method andinstrumentation development, applicationsin emerging fields and new techniques andtechnologies, this series documents theimportant advances being made in this field.The books provide comprehensive introductionsto the relevant theory to facilitate greaterunderstanding and to encourage wider usageof NMR techniques, making them ideal forstudents, researchers and practising analyticalscientists, as well as manufacturers with aninterest in the instrumentation.Field-cycling NMR relaxometry is evolving into a methodology of widespreadinterest with recent technological developments resulting in powerful and versatilecommercial instruments. Many materials can be studied by this tool. This bookwill summarise the expertise of leading scientists in the area and the editor is wellplaced, after four decades of working in this field, to edit a book on this area beingfamiliar with both the contributors’ work and them personally. Newcomers to thefield will find this book invaluable for successful use of the technique and excellentbackground reading. Researchers in academic and industrial settings interested inmolecular dynamics and magnetic resonance are finding it an invaluable additionto the literature.Hardback 400 pages 9781788011549 2018 179.00 251.00Hybrid MR-PET Imaging of the BrainSystems, Methods and ApplicationsN Jon Shah Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH, GermanyThe combination of two leading imaging techniques – magnetic resonanceimaging (MRI) and positron emission tomography (PET) – has recently been adriver of research and clinical application. The hybrid instrument is capable ofacquiring both datasets simultaneously and this affords a number of advantagesranging from the acquisition of two datasets in the normal time required for onethrough to novel applications. This book describes the issues involved in bringingtogether the two techniques into one machine and all the advantages in doing so.Novel applications in brain imaging are presented and the combined techniqueis poised to have a large impact on the industry. Aimed at students and scientistsentering the field, it will provide practical details from experts working in the area.Hardback 300 pages 9781788010740 2018 159.00 223.00Royal Society of Chemistry 2018 books analytical science rsc.li/analytical-books-189

In-cell NMR SpectroscopyNon-conventional NMR Detection MethodsFrom Molecular Sciences to Cell BiologyXin Zhou Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics (WIPM), ChinaYutaka Ito Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan Volker Dötsch University ofFrankfurt, Germany Masahiro Shirakawa Kyoto University, JapanNMR and MRI have been applied to various disciplines, but the sensitivity of NMRis intrinsically lower comparing to other analytical or imaging methods. Thishas caused many non-conventional developments looking at improving NMRsensitivity, such as SQUID (Superconducting QUantum Interference Device),atomic magnetometer, MRFM (Magnetic Resonance Force Microscopy) andremote detection. The NMR detection threshold has been largely boosted bythese methods, resulting in the emergence of novel applications. This book willdescribe the recent advances in non-conventional NMR detection methods andtheir applications, and also summarise the challenges facing the next generationof users. Aimed at both academia and industry, readers should buy this publicationto broaden their knowledge beyond conventional NMR.In-cell NMR spectroscopy is a relatively new field. Despite its short history, recentin-cell NMR-related publications in major journals indicate that this method isreceiving significant general attention. No informative books specifically

New books from the Royal Society of Chemistry Sara Bowler Senior Sales Executive, Books . Royal Society of Chemistry Books rsc.li/books 2 A guide to our book types Book series Ongoing, in-depth coverage of hot topics and developments in key fields of research. Conference proceedings Snapshots of the latest developments in a given field from international symposia. Professional reference .

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