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Complicated natural Chemistry has maintained its position because the best textbook within the box, considering the fact that its first visual appeal in 1977. It deals large assurance of the constitution, reactivity and synthesis of natural compounds. As within the past variations, the textual content includes vast references to either the first and assessment literature and gives examples of information and reactions that illustrate and record the generalizations.
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Methoden der Organischen Chemie (Methods of natural Chemistry, known as Houben-Weyl) is a customary reference paintings for chemists engaged in natural synthesis. In volumes on compound periods, together with all Supplemental volumes, preparative equipment are taken care of comprehensively and significantly. Tables of examples examine an important equipment and express their scope.
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