e-books in Organic Chemistry category
by W.H. Perkin, F.S. Kipping - Chambers , 1904
One of the principal objects throughout has been to treat the subject from a practical point of view, because, unless a thorough course of practical work accompanies the theoretical, no really satisfactory progress can be made...
by George Willard Wheland - Wiley , 1960
The primary guiding and unifying principle of the book is the structural theory in its broadest sense. This one theory underlies the whole of organic chemistry; its different aspects are discussed in the various chapters.
by Desiree Nedra Karunaratne (ed.) - InTech , 2012
A compilation of the characteristics of a variety of polysaccharides from plants, animals and microorganisms. The diversity of these polysaccharides arises from the structural variations and the monosaccharide content which is under genetic control.
by Iyad Karame - InTech , 2012
The domain of catalytic hydrogenation continues to grow, reflecting the wide range of applications that can be enhanced by the use of molecular hydrogen. This volume will provide an overview of new progress of the hydrogenation reactions.
by William Reusch - Michigan State University , 1999
An interactive textbook covering the usual topics treated in a college sophomore-level course. Links are offered to advanced discussions of selected topics. The practice problems provided as part of this text are chiefly interactive.
by Magdy Elnashar - InTech , 2011
The book covers occurrence, synthesis, isolation and production, properties, applications, biodegradation and modification, the relevant analysis methods to reveal the structures and properties of biopolymers, the theoretical models of biopolymers.
by F. Caravenna, F. den Hollander, N. Petrelis - arXiv , 2011
These lecture notes are a guided tour through the fascinating world of polymer chains interacting with themselves and/or with their environment. The focus is on the mathematical description of a number of physical and chemical phenomena.
by Amgad M. Rabie, at al. - Wikibooks , 2010
Organic chemistry is primarily devoted to the unique properties of the carbon atom and its compounds. These compounds play a critical role in biology and ecology, Earth sciences and geology, physics, industry, medicine and - of course - chemistry.
by R. Plimmer - Longmans , 1918
This book gives a nearly complete statement of the whole subject. The essential points are illustrated by the practical experiments. The book is intended mainly for medical students, but it contains the essentials for all students of Biology.
- National Academies , 1994
This book explores the universe of polymers in various fields, such as medicine and biotechnology information and communication, housing and construction, energy and transportation, national defense, and environmental protection.
by Julius Berend Cohen - Macmillan , 1920
The book does not aim at being a complete laboratory guide, but is intended to provide a systematic course of practical instruction, illustrating a great variety of reactions and processes with a very moderate outlay in materials and apparatus.
by Author J. C. Jones - BookBoon , 2010
The book on the physical properties of hydrocarbons. It is of interest to students and professionals in chemical engineering, fuel technology and mechanical engineering. The author have used it in a newly set up chemical engineering degree course.
by David Bakewell - BookBoon , 2009
This ebook is generally intended for undergraduate students from chemical, life and physical sciences wanting to find out about the basic properties of biomolecules and how they can be transported in liquids on the micro- to nano-scale.
by J.D. Roberts, R. Stewart, M.C. Caserio - W. A. Benjamin, Inc. , 1971
Interesting and up-to-date picture of organic chemistry with the rigorous approach to the relevant topics, and an emphasis on spectroscopy. The simple introduction to the subject should make the book appealing to the general student.
by John D. Roberts, Marjorie C. Caserio - Addison-Wesley , 1977
A comprehensive textbook that covers the elements of modern organic chemistry with sufficient breadth to anticipate the interests and needs of the future chemists, biologists, physicians, medical scientists, and engineers.