Chemical References

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CDC fact sheets.

Debenedetti, Pablo G. and Stanley, H. Eugene, Supercooled and Glassy Water, Physics Today 56, 40, June 2003.

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Henderson, Lawrence Joseph, The Fitness of the Environment, The Macmillan Comany, 1913. Republished by Nabu Press, 2010. A remarkable book with a 60 page chapter on the nature of water.

Hewitt, Paul, Suchocki, J. and Hewitt, L., Conceptual Physical Science, Addison-Wesley, 1999.

Hill, John W. and Kolb, Doris K., Chemistry for Changing Times, 9th Ed., Prentice Hall, 2001.

Kotz, John C. and Purcell, Keith F., Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity, 2nd Ed., Saunders College, 1991.

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Miller, Kenneth R., Finding Darwin's God, HarperCollins, 1999.

Nason, Alvin, Textbook of Modern Biology, Wiley, 1965.

Pauling, Linus, College Chemistry, W H Freeman, 1955. A dated text, but with valuable descriptive information.

Rana, Fazale, The Cell's Design, Baker Books, 2008.

Schad, Jerry, Physical Science, A Unified Approach, Brooks/Cole 1996.

Shipman, J. and Wilson, J., Introduction to Physical Science, 6th Ed., D. C. Heath, 1990.

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Tillery, Bill W., Enger, Eldon D., and Ross, Frederick C., Integrated Science, McGraw-Hill, 2001

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