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Organic Chemistry, 6th Edition

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A book by Robert T. Morrison

"Do any chemists or (pre-med students) who graduated in the last 40 years not tremble when they hear the phrase 'Morrison and Boyd'? More than 2 million students have used this book, now in its sixth edition." —From Chemistry, Spring 2001 … see full wiki

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Author: Robert T. Morrison
Genre: Science
Publisher: Prentice Hall
1 review about Organic Chemistry, 6th Edition

Organic Chemistry by Morrison and Boyd

  • Jul 14, 2003
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+4
This book is very complete. I utilized it in order to supplement formal studying for the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam.
The work contains a solid foundation in the structure of matter
which leads up to the behavior of molecules, hydrocarbons,
reactivity, chain reactions and the molecular formula. The book
presumes some prior knowledge of chemistry or an instructor
who will spend more time on the fundamental principles. There are
many examples depicting the various concepts and ample solution
sets to assist in homework preparation and examinations.
The work is a good reference guide in chemistry . I found that
it was useful in explaining material beyond the coverage of
the Engineering Review Courses. There is a very detailed coverage
of the "ane", "ene" and "yne" subdivisions of chemical reactions. This work should be retained for future use after
taking the basic course.

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