By Gabriel Tojo
The purpose of this booklet is to assist humans acting regimen operations in natural Synthesis in a laboratory. This ebook, the 1st one in a chain, makes a speciality of the oxidation of alcohols to aldehydes and ketones. most likely, this can be an important regimen operation in natural Synthesis.
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