Advances in Physical Organic Chemistry, Volume 27
Academic Press, Nov 22, 1991 - Science - 320 pages
This series, established by Victor Gold in 1963, presents substantial and authoritative reviews of areas of chemistry in which quantitative methods are used in the study of the structures of organic compounds and their relation to physical and chemical properties. Organometallic compounds are included, and relevant aspects of physical, theoretical, inorganic, and biological chemistry are incorporated in reviews where appropriate.
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