One of the challenges faced by a student beginning a university course in organic chemistry is that of focussing on the basic material. The central aim of Lectures on Organic Chemistry is to provide all first year students with a clear and concise guide to the important general reactions of organic chemistry, which form the foundation to all later work. They should find this to be a valuable text, enabling them to better understand organic reactions and the inter-relationship between various classes of organic compounds. It should also be of value as a convenient reference and review guide to those who have completed their formal training in organic chemistry.
Publisher: Imperial College Press
Number of pages: 440
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