Oxford Dictionary Of Chemistry, published in 2008 by Oxford University Press, is the sixth edition of the popular dictionary on the subject of Chemistry. This fully revised edition is ideal for students of the subject and almost anyone who is interested in Chemistry. The dictionary features the latest words from the Chemical world, and covers a wide range of topics like metallurgy, biochemistry, geology, and so on. The dictionary can be used as a reference guide that helps students understand the meanings of various words pertaining to chemistry, both simple and complex ones.
John Daintith is an editor and author who specializes in writing dictionaries on various subjects. He has also authored books on other general topics such as anagrams, quotations, and encyclopedias. Some of the dictionaries written by Daintith include The Facts On File Dictionary Of Inorganic Chemistry, The Facts On File Dictionary Of Mathematics, The Facts On File Dictionary Of Chemistry, A Dictionary Of Physics, The Facts On File Dictionary Of Biochemistry, Cosmo Dictionary Of Biology, and Dictionary Of Medical Quotations (Collins Reference Dictionaries). Apart from such dictionaries, Daintith has also authored and co-authored several books such as Bloomsbury Anagram Finder: Over 200,000 Anagrams, Bloomsbury Quotations For Speeches (Bloomsbury reference), Biographical Encyclopedia Of Scientists, 3rd Edition, and Anagram Solver.
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