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Purdue Chem 26100: Organic Chemistry I (Wenthold)

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    Purdue CHM 26100: Organic Chemistry for Engineers (1st Semester)
    Fall 2014: Prof. Paul Wenthold

     

    A comprehensive study of the chemical principles underlying aliphatic and aromatic compounds. The syntheses and reactions of these materials are discussed. Modern theory and stereochemistry are stressed to illustrate the logic inherent in the subject matter and to demonstrate the predictability of many chemical transformations. Recommended for students majoring in chemical engineering.


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