|Invitation to Organic Chemistry by A. William Johnson (1998, Paperback)|
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|Invitation to Organic Chemistry provides students with an elementary understanding of organic chemistry in order to support study in career fields such as nursing, agricultural sciences, biology, allied health sciences and pharmacy. Invitation to Organic Chemistry is not a truncated two-semester text. It was written specifically for the shorter one-semester, or one- or two-quarter organic chemistry course at the college level.|
Invitation to Organic Chemistry �provides students with�an elementary understanding of organic chemistry in order to support study in career fields such as nursing, agricultural sciences, biology, allied health sciences and�pharmacy. Invitation to Organic Chemistry �is not a truncated two-semester text.�It was written specifically For The shorter one-semester, or one- or two-quarter organic chemistry course at the college level. � Johnson's�approach is to present only that material which is essential for understanding the elementary workings of organic chemistry. This encourages a more thorough understanding of the information as opposed to memorizing, and then forgetting, a larger body of it. Johnson also attempts to make organic chemistry interesting and relevant, easing students into new concepts by moving logically and gradually from one topic To The next.
|Author||A. William Johnson|
|Number Of Pages||672 pages|
|Publisher||Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC|
|LC Classification Number||QD253.J63 1999|
|Table Of Content|
|Table Of Content||Preface Introduction: What is Organic Chemistry? Chapter 1. Carbon Compounds: Bonding and Structure Chapter 2. Alkanes Chapter 3. Alkyl Halides (Haloalkanes) Chapter 4. Alcohols Chapter 5. Ethers Chapter 6. Alkenes Chapter 7. Alkynes Chapter 8. Conjugated Dienes Chapter 9. Aromatics Chapter 10. Carbon Radicals Chapter 11. Determination of Structure: Spectroscopy Chapter 12. Amines Chapter 13. Carbonyl Compounds (Aldehydes and Ketones) Chapter 14. Carboxylic Acids Chapter 15. Derivatives of Carboxylic Acids Chapter 16. Proteins Chapter 17. Optical Activity Chapter 18. Synthetic Polymers Chapter 19. Introduction to Biological Chemistry Appendix A: Nomenclature of Organic Compounds: A Summary. Appendix B: Group Assignments in Infrared Spectra Appendix C: Group Assignments in H-NMR Spectra Appendix D: pKa Values of Some Important Compounds Glossary Index|
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