Organic Mechanisms: Reactions, Methodology, and Biological Applications, 2nd Edition

Book Details

  • Published: 25 February 2021
  • ISBN: 978-1-119-61882-9
  • Author: Xiaoping Sun
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This book helps readers move from fundamental organic chemistry principles to a deeper understanding of reaction mechanisms. It directly relates sophisticated mechanistic theories to synthetic and biological applications and is a practical, student-friendly textbook.

Presents material in a student-friendly way by beginning each chapter with a brief review of basic organic chemistry, followed by in-depth discussion of certain mechanisms
 
Includes end-of-chapter questions in the book and offers an online solutions manual along with PowerPoint lecture slides for adopting instructors
 
Adds more examples of biological applications appealing to the fundamental organic mechanisms
  • Presents material in a student-friendly way by beginning each chapter with a brief review of basic organic chemistry, followed by in-depth discussion of certain mechanisms
  • Includes end-of-chapter questions in the book and offers an online solutions manual along with PowerPoint lecture slides for adopting instructors
  • Adds more examples of biological applications appealing to the fundamental organic mechanisms

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