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Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry, 2ed

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Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry, 2ed
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Publisher: Addison-Wesley
ISBN/ASIN: 0805383298
ISBN-13: 9780805383294
Number of pages: 1618

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This is a classic introductory textbook to organic chemistry, written for chemists, biologists, medical scientists, physicians, engineers, and so on. The authors introduce the elements of the language of organic chemistry and some important basic concepts, then show how these are used in connection with various compounds. Considerable attention is given to the application of thermodynamics, kinetics, quantum mechanics, and spectroscopy. The most important subjects are covered in detail.

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