Foundations of Organic Chemistry: Worked Examples by Josephine Peach

Foundations of Organic Chemistry: Worked Examples

byJosephine Peach, Michael Hornby

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This book provides problems, with answers and tutorial guidance, on the organic chemistry encountered by students in their last year of A-level and at the beginning of undergraduate courses in Chemistry and Biochemistry. The layout of the book runs parallel with that of the successfulFoundations of Organic Chemistry by the same authors. The first three chapters cover basic physical organic chemistry, setting the scene for the mechanistic organic chemistry covered later. The problems are accompanied by useful hints, and the answers with tutorial comments which reinforce thechemical principles involved.

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Dr Josephine Peach, BSc MA DPhil, Somerville College, University of Oxford, Oxford OX2 6HD Dr Michael Hornby MA DPhil, Vancouver Lodge, Dadford, Buckingham MK18 5JX
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Title:Foundations of Organic Chemistry: Worked ExamplesFormat:PaperbackPublished:September 1, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198505833

ISBN - 13:9780198505839

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"This companion volume to the primer, Foundation of Organic Chemistry, by the same authors, provides worked solutions to problems which will challenge and support students beginning university courses in chemistry and biochemistry."--SciTech Book News