Laboratory Manual of Organic Chemistry

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New Age International, 2009 - Chemistry - 304 pages
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The manual has been thoroughly revised, several new experiments and tests have been added while some redundant material has been deleted. Chapter 2 has been completely rewritten. An obvious change of this edition constitutes the splitting of Chapter 7 into two separate Chapters. Tables on derivatives of organic compounds have been expended. Also included are 20 estimations, 75 preparations and isolation experiments and approximately 135 in-text questions related to the experiments. The approximation of modern spectroscopic techniques to structure determination have been discussed in the last Chapter. This book is designed both for undergraduate and postgraduate level students with its enhanced and comprehensive presentation. This is an indispensable book for organic chemistry practicals.

About the Author:

Dr. Raj K. Bansal received his M.S. from the University of California, Davis, Calif, U.S.A., and Ph.D. from Calgary University, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He was a postdoctoral fellow at the National Research Council (N.R.C.) of Canada in Halifax, N.S., Canada, followed by a Research Associateship at the Mellon Institute of Science, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh Pa., U.S.A. Dr. Bansal has published a number of research papers in various foreign and Indian scientific journals.
He is the author of six books on chemistry including this work-A Textbook of Organic Chemistry (5th ed., 2007), Organic Chemistry-Problems and Solutions (2nd edn., 2006), and Heterocyclic Chemistry (4th edn., 2005). One of his books, Synthetic Approaches in Organic Chemistry has been reprinted by Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Sudbury, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Dr. Bansal was a former Professor, Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, Hauz Khas, New Delhi.

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Hi ! I am Dr Sunil Kumar Jain. I have done Ph. D. under Dr Raj K Bansal's supervision (1979-1983). Since then I could not meet/talk to my mentor. May I request the publisher to pass on my email ID or my mobile number to Dr Bansal OR give his email ID or mobile number so that I can talk to him or meet him and pay my regards. I shall be highly obliged.
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