4 edition of Reductions in organic chemistry found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 323-365) and indexes.
|Series||ACS monograph ;, 188|
|LC Classifications||QD281.R4 H83 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 429 p. :|
|Number of Pages||429|
|LC Control Number||96026758|
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Reductions in organic chemistry. [Milos Hudlicky] -- Based on Milos Hudlicky's meticulous notes and literature studies, this book is a compilation of the types of reductions undergone by the various classes of organic compounds.
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The spine may show signs of wear. : Reductions in Organic Chemistry (Ellis Horwood Books in Organic Chemistry) (): Milos Hudlicky: Books. Reductions In Organic Chemistry Provides comprehensive coverage of the types of reductions undergone by the various classes of organic chemistry.
Discusses reductions according to what bond or functional group is reduced by different reagents. Correlation tables and thorough Reductions in organic chemistry book and subject indexes make this book easy to use. Related. The subject of the book is electron transfer reactions in organic chemistry, with the emphasis on mechanistic aspects.
The theoretical framework is that of the Marcus theory, well-known from its extensive use in inorganic chemistry. The book deals with definitions. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hudlicky, Milos, Reductions in organic chemistry.
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