By Mary Fieser
The good revered and ever well known Fieser and Fieser sequence on reagents for natural synthesis presents concise descriptions, solid structural formulation and chosen examples of functions. * offers references to new reagents in addition to to reagents incorporated in past volumes * millions of entries summary crucial details on prevalent and new reagents, together with education, makes use of, assets of offer, severe reviews, references and extra * Reagents are thought of in alphabetical order through universal utilization names.
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Fieser's Reagents for Organic Synthesis Volume 1 by Mary Fieser