W. H. Freeman and Company

W. H. Freeman and Company was founded in 1946 by former Macmillan salesman and editor William H. Freeman. From its first book (General Chemistry by the late Nobel laureate Linus Pauling) to the present, Freeman titles have consistently offered impeccable authorship, superb production and design, and an emphasis on the real-world applications and pivotal scientific discoveries. Those values are exemplified in such bestsellers as David Moore’s The Basic Practice of Statistics, Lubert Stryer’s Biochemistry, James Watson’s Recombinant DNA, Peter Atkins’s Physical Chemistry, and Jon Rogawski’s Calculus. Freeman is also at the forefront of developing state-of-the-art media products for instructors and students.  

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