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Handbook of synthetic organic chemistry
Pirrung, Michael C., author
London : Academic Press, 
1. Safety -- 2. Searching the literature -- 3. Reagents -- 4. Gases -- 5. Reactions on a small scale -- 1-25 mmol -- 6. Temperature control -- 7. Solvents -- 8. The research notebook -- 9. Conducting the reaction itself -- 10. Following the reaction -- 11. Working up reactions -- 12. Evaporation -- 13. Vacuum systems -- 14. Purification of products -- 15. Methods for structure elucidation -- 16. Cleaning up after the reaction -- 17. Specific example -- 18. Strategies for reaction optimization.
This handbook provides valuable, practical guidance; incorporates corrections, and includes coverage on important topics, such as lyophylization, crystallization, precipitation, HPLC detectors, gases, and microwave reactions.
Kresge QD262 .P57 2017
Survival guide to organic chemistry : bridging the gap from general chemistry
McMahon, Patrick E
Boca Raton : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 
Kresge QD253.2 .M34 2017
The experimental self : Humphry Davy and the making of a man of science
Golinski, Jan, author
Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 2016
What did it mean to be a scientist before the profession itself existed? Jan Golinski finds an answer in the remarkable career of Humphry Davy, the foremost chemist of his day and one of the most distinguished British men of science of the nineteenth century. Originally a country boy from a modest background, Davy was propelled by his scientific accomplishments to a knighthood and the presidency of the Royal Society. An enigmatic figure to his contemporaries, Davy has continued to elude the efforts of biographers to classify him: poet, friend to Coleridge and Wordsworth, author of travel narratives and a book on fishing, chemist and inventor of the miners safety lamp. What are we to make of such a man? In The Experimental Self, Golinski argues that Davy's life is best understood as a prolonged process of self-experimentation. He follows Davy from his youthful enthusiasm for physiological experiment through his self-fashioning as a man of science in a period when the path to a scientific career was not as well-trodden as it is today. What emerges is a portrait of Davy as a creative fashioner of his own identity through a lifelong series of experiments in selfhood.
Baker Berry QD22.D3 G65 2016
Perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs) : contaminants of concern
Cheremisinoff, Nicholas P., author
Beverly, Massachusetts : Scrivener Publishing LLC, 
Kresge QD412.F1 C475 2017
Click reactions in organic synthesis
edited by Srinivasan Chandrasekaran
Weinheim, Germany : Wiley-VCH, 2016
Kresge QD262 .C55 2016
Steric and stereoelectronic effects in organic chemistry
Yadav, Veejendra K., author
Singapore : Springer, 
Kresge QD481 .Y33 2016
Comprehensive organic chemistry experiments for the laboratory classroom
edited by Carlos A.M. Afonso and six others
Cambridge : Royal Society of Chemistry, 
Kresge QD261 .C745 2017
Introduction to computational chemistry
Jensen, Frank, author
Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 
Kresge QD455.3.E4 J46 2017
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