Heterocyclic Chemistry 4E by Raj K. Bansal, , available Three Membered Heterocyclic Compounds with two Hetero Atoms 4. Recent research work and trends in the synthesis of heterocyclic compounds have . Professor Raj K Bansal received his PhD from the University of Calgary, . Phosphorus Heterocycles II. Editors: Bansal, Raj K. (Ed.) Heterocyclic chemistry is the biggest branch of chemistry covering two-third of the chemical literature.
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Heterocyclic Chemistry 4E
We can notify you when this item is back in stock. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Basic Sciences Organic Chemistry. Description Heterocyclic chemistry is an expanding subject, thanks to the research currently being done in the field. Heterocyclic components have many diverse applications in pharmacy, medicine, agriculture and other life sciences, so there is a constant need for updated information.
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This fourth edition retains many of the features that have proved successful in prior editions. It consists of 11 comprehensive chapters which discuss the heterocyclic components ring by ring rah an emphasis on the stereochemistry of reactions and their mechanisms.
Each chapter is very heterocycliv referenced, with a thoroughly updated bibliography and contains banssal set of self assessment problems at the end for the reader to answer. The book is intended for use as a textbook on courses in heterocyclic chemistry, but it is also relevant to biochemistry, pharmacy and medicine, and will be a valuable addition to any medical or life science library. The Best Books of Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions x x 28mm Looking for beautiful books?
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