Comprehensive organic transformations: a guide to functional by Richard C. Larock

By Richard C. Larock

This long-awaited, greatly-expanded new version of a best-selling advisor deals an encyclopedic and systematic selection of helpful artificial technique, together with tens of hundreds of thousands of reactions and artificial changes. the 1st version has been reviewed within the specialist journals as "clearly...the first selection for researchers looking info on man made transformations." And as "useful to an individual who needs to do natural synthesis, in particular these whose concentration isn't really strictly natural chemistry. It presents a...clear street map to the bogus literature and will be saved inside of effortless achieve of the chemist's desk."

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