New Data and a New Look for the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics
With a new look and important new data collections, the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics remains the most comprehensive and highly evaluated chemistry and physics property data collection available today. The 99th Print Edition of the CRC Handbook has several features including:
- New Tables of chemical reaction rates of atmospheric interest from the NASA HPL Tables
- New data on persistent lines in elemental atomic spectra from NIST data collections
- A new slimmer printed volume that retains all imporant chemistry and physics data that is complemented by our comprehensive Online Edition that contains our complete collections of property data on chemical compounds (now over 20,000) and all physical particles
- Continued dedication to the highest possible quality, with all data carefully reviewed by subject experts
- All archival data sets currently not in the printed Handbook fully available in the Online Edition
In a world with access to unlimited amounts of data, how can users who need to make critical scientific and technical decisions find high quality, reliable data? Today, more than ever, the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics remain hallmark of quality.
Editor John Rumble, Jr. continues our dedication to excellence and ever-expanding coverage as new measurements are reported.
The Handbook of Chemistry and Physics is available in print and web versions with several convenient subscription packages to meet different users needs.