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Organic Chemistry e-book

Author:

Harold Hart

Language:

English

Category:

Math

Subcategory:

Chemistry

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1205 kb

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Rating:

4.5

Publisher:

Houghton Mifflin College Div; 11 edition (July 1, 2002)

Pages:

560

ISBN:

0618215433

Organic Chemistry e-book

by Harold Hart


This book is meant to be an introduction to organic chemistry, but it is very information-dense and informative, and introduces all the basics

This book is meant to be an introduction to organic chemistry, but it is very information-dense and informative, and introduces all the basics. Synthesis and reactions of twelve of the major classes of organic molecules. The chapters are concise, organized, and very clearly written.

This book was very well organized compared to any other organic chemistry book I have read, yet. I like how it moved one functional group at a time; it made organic chemistry seem a lot easier. Most other books tend to through all different topics at once which can be overwhelming.

Organic Chemistry" is unusual among market-leading texts; it exists only as a brief text and is specifically designed for a one-semester short course in organic chemistry

Organic Chemistry" is unusual among market-leading texts; it exists only as a brief text and is specifically designed for a one-semester short course in organic chemistry. Its heavy emphasis on applications, increased coverage of basic concepts, thorough problem-solving pedagogy, and comprehensive problem sets address the specific needs of students in this course. A Closer Look At" features require students to use resources on the Web to expand concepts in the text, applying text content more directly to real-world examples.

Organic chemistry : a short course. Organic chemistry : a short course. by. Hart, Harold, 1922-; Schuetz, Robert . author. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Hart, Harold, 1922-; Schuetz, Robert . joint author; Hart, Harold, 1922- Short course in organic chemistry. Boston, Houghton Mifflin.

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Автор: Hart, Harold Название: Organic Chemistry ISBN: 0618215360 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780618215362 .

Book by American Mathematical Society Short Course, Game Theory and its Applications (1979 : Biloxi. Balaji Advanced Problems in Organic Chemistry Part 1 upto page 240 by M S Chouhan for IIT JEE main. Organic Chemistry - A Short Course 13th ed. 616 Pages·2012·64. 96 MB·357 Downloads·New!. Handbook on the Physics and Chemistry of Rare Earths.

Organic Chemistry: Laboratory Manual : A Short Course. By (author) Harold Hart, By (author) Leslie Craine, Revised by Leslie E. Craine, Revised by David Hart.

Organic Chemistry is unusual among market-leading texts; it exists only as a brief text and is specifically designed for a one-semester short course in organic chemistry. Its heavy emphasis on applications, increased coverage of basic concepts, thorough problem-solving pedagogy, and comprehensive problem sets address the specific needs of students in this course.A Closer Look At features require students to use resources on the Web to expand concepts in the text, applying text content more directly to real-world examples.The HM ClassPrep instructor CD-ROM provides valuable supplemental content in one convenient, portable product. The CD-ROM includes a test bank, Instructor's Resource Manual, and PowerPoint slides of all line art from the text and animations from the student CD-ROM.
Whitestone
I would recommend Organic Chemistry: A Short Course to anyone learning basic ochem. This book is meant to be an introduction to organic chemistry, but it is very information-dense and informative, and introduces all the basics. (Synthesis and reactions of twelve of the major classes of organic molecules.) The chapters are concise, organized, and very clearly written. The questions at the end of each chapter were helpful for me and usually align well with the solutions manual. (If you've used many textbooks you know that often solutions don't align with text problems.) I didn't find any glaring errors in the text.

This past spring I took an extension course through UC Berkeley that was *very* short on instruction. Each lesson had an assigned chapter from this book, as well as assigned questions from the end of the chapter. There were no video lectures, no modules with supplementary instruction or anything. (I don't really recommend UC Berkeley Extension.) The homework assignments and midterm were graded on accuracy and accounted for a combined 50% of the grade, and the final exam was closed-book and proctored, and comprised 40% of the grade. (10% was based on discussion questions.) I relay this to say that grading for the course, though there was hardly any instruction, was taken seriously. I used this book and the accompanying solutions manual as my only resource and made an A in the course. (Granted, I did put in a lot of effort.) I do highly recommend it.
Hra
The textbook and answer/study guide are a really good quick lightning tour through a lot of the foundation material involved in a high school or undergraduate organic chemistry course. It's written in very accessible laymen's 'everyday' English that is understandable for a keen amateur.

At the same time, it's thorough enough for a good introduction with the intention for further study.

This book and study book are now in the 13th edition, and honestly with the difference in price it's WELL worth buying an earlier edition like this one and saving yourself a couple hundred $$ since there's very little difference

Incidentally, I personally would look at the study guide as an almost -necessary- support for the book. As a stand-alone, the textbook is very sketchy on a fair number of points, but the study guide manages to fill them in.

Enjoy!
Eyalanev
This book was very well organized compared to any other organic chemistry book I have read, yet. I like how it moved one functional group at a time; it made organic chemistry seem a lot easier. Most other books tend to through all different topics at once which can be overwhelming.

I understand that this book is for "short course" but, I believe if it went in more detail on some of the topics, this book could have been much better.
Vivaral
Good book
Zeleence
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