Organic Laboratory Techniques

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Brooks/Cole, 1993 - Chemistry, Organic - 253 pages
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The Fessendens completely revised and updated book presents standard laboratory techniques for courses in which the actual organic laboratory experiments are provided by the instructor or in which students work independently. It includes a discussion of related theoretical material for each technique and safety notes throughout. Each chapter ends with a set of study problems that emphasize both the theoretical and practical aspects of each technique.

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Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley

M.S., University of California, Berkeley

John A. Landgrebe earned his Bachelor of Science at the University of California, Berkeley and his Doctorate at the University of Illinois. He is now a professor emeritus at the University of Kansas. His research interests include organic chemistry: reaction mechanisms and synthetic potential of new reactions involving reactive intermediates in solution. He has authored or co-authored more than 50 scientific articles and reviews in a variety of internationally recognized journals.

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