Springer has recently published my book 'Statistical physics of Nanoparticles in the Gas Phase'. It contains 11 chapters and three appendices, covering a number of phenomena and systems, such as rate constants for atom, electron and photon emission, abundance spectra and binding energies, powerlaw decay, simulation methods, thermally excited valence electrons, melting of finite particles, etc. It is of particular interest for experimentalists who work with gas phase nanoparticles and clusters.
You can find the complete table of content at
where there is also a link to the order form (you need to order it from Springer, I don't sell copies).
The book comes in three formats: Hardcover, softcover and a print-on-demand at a very reasonable price. The last requires that your liberary subscribes to the Springer e-books series.