Chemistry of Natural Products: A Laboratory Handbook
Universities Press, 2003 - 134 pages
This volume is a laboratory companion to the author's book Chemistry of Natural Products: A Unified Approach (Universities Press, 1999). Chemistry of natural experimentation. Though there is much good source material on the theoretical aspects of the subject, the average undergraduate and postgraduate student remains unexposed to the large amount of published experimental details of isolation......
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