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Organic Chemistry Road Map
Organic chemistry is at the interface of physical and biological science, the new reference and companion study guide form a comprehensive review of key concepts and basic principles in the field and their relation to other areas of the physical and biological sciences. Along with hundreds of problems and solutions, these books have been designed to help readers achieve mastery of this challenging subject.
Elsevier is excited to announce the release of the Organic Chemistry Study Guide, companion work to Organic Chemistry: Structure, Mechanism, and Synthesis from Robert J. Ouellette and J. David Rawn.
This new text and study guide form a comprehensive review of key concepts and basic principles in the field and their relation to other areas of the physical and biological sciences. Fully class-tested, engaging, and accessible, the two works include hundreds of problems and solutions, and have been designed to help readers achieve mastery of this challenging subject.
To celebrate the set, Elsevier is offering a 30% discount when you buy these two indispensable books together. Use the code “OCSTUDY” at the Elsevier Store, and enjoy!
To whet your appetite in the subject: here is a free ‘Organic Reactions Map’ from Andy Brunning of Compound Interest:
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