Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry, 2ed
by John D. Roberts, Marjorie C. Caserio
Publisher: Addison-Wesley 1977
Number of pages: 1618
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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by Julius Berend Cohen - Macmillan
The book does not aim at being a complete laboratory guide, but is intended to provide a systematic course of practical instruction, illustrating a great variety of reactions and processes with a very moderate outlay in materials and apparatus.
by George Willard Wheland - Wiley
The primary guiding and unifying principle of the book is the structural theory in its broadest sense. This one theory underlies the whole of organic chemistry; its different aspects are discussed in the various chapters.
by Tim Soderberg - University of Minnesota
In this online textbook, a unique approach is taken to the study of organic chemistry. To the greatest extent possible, biological molecules and biochemical reactions are used to explain and illustrate the central concepts of organic chemistry.
by W.H. Perkin, F.S. Kipping - Chambers
One of the principal objects throughout has been to treat the subject from a practical point of view, because, unless a thorough course of practical work accompanies the theoretical, no really satisfactory progress can be made...