|Author:||John E. McMurry|
|Title:||Organic Chemistry (with CD-ROM, Non-InfoTrac Version)|
|Format:||doc docx lrf mobi|
|ePUB size:||1234 kb|
|FB2 size:||1544 kb|
|DJVU size:||1220 kb|
|Publisher:||Brooks Cole; 5th edition (August 27, 1999)|
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For students to learn to think scientifically, they need something to think about. From the very first chapter, the authors familiarize students with chemical reactions - which Umland and Bellama believe are the heart of chemistry.
Best Organic Chemistry Book. Interested in Nucleophilic substitution? Mass spectrometry? Aldehydes and ketones? Congrats! Organic chemistry is going to be your field of study. Comprising any list of organic chemistry textbooks without mentioning the effort of John E. McMurry is virtually impossible, if just for the fact that on a lot of colleges across the country regard this book required rather than recommended.
Publication date 1992. Topics Chemistry, Organic. Publisher Pacific Grove, CA : Brooks/Cole. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive.
In addition, McMurry discusses the organic chemistry behind biological pathways. New problems, illustrations, and essays have been added. This is, first and foremost, a textbook on organic chemistry. Look through it and you’ll find that almost all the standard topics are here, although the treatment of some has been attenuated to save space.
All of us who teach organic chemistry know that the large majority of our students-90% or more, including many chemistry majors-are interested primarily in medicine, biology, and other life sciences rather than in pure chemistry. I believe so, and I have written this book, Organic Chemistry with Biological Applications, to encourage others who might also be thinking that the time has come to try doing things a bit differently. This is, first and foremost, a textbook on organic chemistry, and you will find that almost all of the standard topics are here.