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The Science of Breaking Bad
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Dave Trumbore is an editor at Collider.com and a freelance science writer. Donna J. Nelson is Professor of Chemistry at the University of Oklahoma and past President of the American Chemical Society. She was the science advisor to Breaking Bad.

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An entertaining way to learn more about chemistry -- and an excuse to rewatch the show.

-ZDNet

It's quite a good example of the 'science of...' genre.... It will be read by fans of the show - the kind of people who watch the DVD again with the commentary switched on.

-Popular Science Books

Fans of Breaking Bad will especially enjoy reading this entertaining and informative book, as will students of chemistry -- and even those who teach chemistry -- because the book (and the series) makes this valuable scientific discipline so fun and accessible to the public.

-Forbes

Revealing and fascinating.

-Engineering and Technology Magazine

Explains everything from Walt's DIY battery-making to the feasibility of using hydrofluoric acid to dissolve bodies and the chemistry of methamphetamine itself.

-TIMES HIGHER EDUCATION

Fans of Breaking Bad will especially enjoy reading this entertaining and informative book, as will students of chemistry -- and even those who teach chemistry -- because the book (and the series) makes this valuable scientific discipline so fun and accessible to the public.

-Forbes

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