By Philip M. Weintraub
This convenient reference device is an equipped annual evaluate of synthetically worthy info. It abstracts artificial reactions from the main chemistry journals of the prior 12 months and comprises reactions and strategies thatare new and fairly common. The reactions are offered in a handy pictorial layout designed for fast visible retrieval of information.
The Journal of the yankee Chemical Society has aptly defined this e-book as an''aid to the pressured natural chemist who can't stay alongside of the never-diminishing circulation of recent basic literature''and hails it''an outstandingly stable buy.''
Clearly illustrated constructions of compounds in each possible man made pathway
A basic evaluation of structure/activity info for every man made compound
Extensive reference info supplied on extra guides to be had for every response discussed
The so much entire, within your means compilation of its style
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Annual Reports in Organic Synthesis–1995 by Philip M. Weintraub