|Author:||Leonard Ary Woodward|
|Title:||Molecular Statistics for Students of Chemistry|
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|Publisher:||Oxford University Press (August 14, 1975)|
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by Leonard Ary Woodward. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780198553526.
Robert Burns Woodward. A consummate master of synthetic organic chemistry, Woodward applied an uncanny intuitive sense of what was possible in the molecular world, as if he lived there part of the time. His most complex synthesis was of vitamin B12. Home, Learn, Historical Biographies. Robert Burns Woodward (1917–1979) planned syntheses more systematically than anyone ever had before him. He combined this intuitive mastery and systematic approach with incorporation of the latest theories on molecular structure and reaction mechanisms and use of the most modern analytical instrumentation
Molecular Statistics for Students of Chemistry. ISBN: 978-0-19-855357-1. ISBN-10: 0-19-855357-9. Oxford University Press · 1975.
Molecular illustrations help students see what is happening on a molecular level in the sample exercises. Multi-Focus Graphics¿ provide a variety of perspectives including macroscopic, microscopic, and symbolic to portray various chemical concepts. Students develop a more complete understanding of the topic being presented. PATRICK M. WOODWARD received . degrees in both Chemistry and Engineering from Idaho State University in 1991. degree in Materials Science and a P. in Chemistry from Oregon State University in 1996.