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Dean's handbook of organic chemistry.


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Gokel, George W., 1946-
Publication date:
2nd ed. / George W. Gokel. - New York : McGraw-Hill, c2004.
  • Book
  • 1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 24 cm.
Title Variation:
Handbook of organic chemistry
Includes index.
  • PrefaceChapter 1: Organic CompoundsChapter 2: Inorganic and Organometallic CompoundsChapter 3: Properties of Atoms, Radicals, and BondsChapter 4: Physical PropertiesChapter 5: Thermodynamic PropertiesChapter 6: SpectroscopyChapter 7: Physiochemical RelationshipsChapter 8: Electrolytes, Electromotive Force, and Chemical EquilibriumChapter 9: Data Useful in Laboratory Manipulations and AnalysisChapter 10: Polymers, Rubbers, Fats, Oils, and WaxesChapter 11: Abbreviations, Constants, and Conversion FactorsINDEX.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Publisher's Summary:
Get the organic chemistry answers you need - in a flash! Packed with nearly 50 per cent new content, this revised edition of "Dean's Handbook of Organic Chemistry" delivers comprehensive coverage, with practical information, key equations and tables, and a thorough introduction to each topic. Edited by a renowned expert in organic chemistry, this book updates: biopolymers; electronegativity; nomenclatures for supramolecular compounds; properties tables for atoms, radicals, and bonds; line-angle structural drawings; and much, much more!No matter if you're a chemist, a chemical or environmental engineer, or even a student, "Dean's Handbook of Organic Chemistry" will add precision, insight, and a host of timesaving tips to your efforts. It provides complete coverage of: organic compounds; inorganic compounds; properties of atoms, radicals, and bonds; physical properties; thermodynamic properties; spectroscopy; physicochemical relationships; electrolytes, electromotive force, and chemical equilibrium; laboratory manipulations; and, polymers, rubbers, fats, oils, and waxes.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Related Work:
Dean, John Aurie, 1921- Handbook of organic chemistry.
McGraw-Hill handbooks.

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