A Short Guide to Writing about Chemistry

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HarperCollins College, 1996 - Chemistry - 188 pages
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Advanced advice for students who want to read, write and learn about chemistry in preparation for a career in that field.

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4 WRITING LABORATORY REPORTS
52
6 WRITING LITERATURE REVIEWS
109
7 WRITING RESEARCH PROPOSALS
143
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Authors Herbert and Barbara Apelian Beall are residents of Mineral Point, active in the Mineral Point Historical Society, and have completed several projects and publications in the fields of historic research and preservation-including architectural driving and walking tours. Both are currently professors and writers, combining these experiences with their knowledge and dedication to historic preservation, in order to create a pictorial history of the town that identifies itself as the place "where Wisconsin began.

John Trimbur is a specialist in composition and writing studies, with interests in cultural studies of literacy and the politics of language in the United States and South Africa. He holds a B.A. from Stanford University and an M.A. and Ph.D. from State University of New York, Buffalo. Trimbur is the director of the First Year Writing Program at Emerson College in Boston. He has published widely on writing theory and has won a number of awards, including the Richard Braddock Award for Outstanding Article (2003) for "English Only and U.S. College Composition," the James L. Kinneavy Award (2001) for "Agency and the Death of the Author: A Partial Defense of Modernism," and the College Composition and Communication Outstanding Book Award (1993) for _The Politics of Writing Instruction: Postsecondary_. He also was a visiting professor at the Centre for Higher Education Development and a resident fellow at the Centre for Rhetorical Studies, both at the University of Cape Town, South Africa.

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