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I got interested in Chemical Reaction Theory by studying the lecture notes of Feinberg and related papers for my bachelor thesis and want to dive deeper into that subject.
Are there any books you would recommend for doing so? I would really appreciate it. I'm looking for something which emphasizes the mathematical aspects but also gives good actual chemistry examples or references.
So far I found a book by Peter Érdi & Janos Tóth from 1989 called "Mathematical Models of Chemical Reactions: Theory and Applications of Deterministic and Stochastic Models", which does just that. However I fear it is a little outdated as it seems there has been quite some progress in that field recently. So maybe there isn't even a book out yet as the theory seems relatively fragmented.
Do you know more?