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Chemistry of the Carbonyl Group: A Programmed Approach to Organic Reaction Mechanisms

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  • PDF | 128 pages
  • Stuart Warren(Author)
  • Wiley-Blackwell; 1st Paperback Edition edition (1 Jan. 1974)
  • English
  • 10
  • Science & Nature

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  • By R on 26 March 2010

    OK, so this book has been around a long time (longer than my career in chemistry), it's typeface is a bit iffy and it is not cheap, but .... if you want a step by step learning guide to synthetic chemistry for your first year of a chemistry degree, you want to have all the information you need in one place to be able to learn independently, and you want a solid grounding in the fundamental reactions of carbonyls, this is the book for you. It was invaluable to me in my first year (now more than thirty years ago) but I bought it again this year as I had lost my trusty copy and, guess what, it still hits the spot today, filling the ground between general chemistry textbooks and more advanced synthesis books.

  • By justamumof3 on 7 April 2013

    "This book is amazing" was the comment from the 19 year old first year chemistry student I bought it for.She said, after using the book, "Now I understand carbonyl chemistry" - and it has now been round others in her year, with the same result. Quote from another student "I don't know how I could have done the holiday work without it".The book is expensive, and there does not seem to be much book for the money, but from the comments of these students it is worth every penny, well worth getting for a 1st year student who is struggling with this branch of organic chemistry.

  • By Zoe on 21 July 2014

    Too expensive, but it was good because it clearly goes through all the steps of the basic carbonyl chemistry which apparently is the hardest part of organic. It was like having a real lecturer there in the room helping me. this book put me in a positive mind frame about organic chemistry at uni. Made me realise that carbonyls are not all that gloom and doom as everyone says.

  • By Kyra_J on 27 March 2015

    A must-have book for undergrad chemists if you want to emphasize your understanding in carbonyl group chemistry. even the simplest mechanism was thoroughly explained. although the price can be a little expensive for such thin book but hey! you gotta invest for a bright future!

  • By Hamish Clark on 11 March 2013

    Great book, really good for brushing up on mechanisms. Very interactive with plenty of questions. Most of the content is first year material but still definitely beneficial for second years to clarify concepts and gain practice with synthesis questions.

  • By Colin Evans on 12 July 2015

    Great book that thoroughly yet concisely explains the topic in a readable manner.

  • By Sam on 24 November 2016

    Less useful than i had hoped but still good!

  • By TongGih on 28 February 2016

    perfect contents


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