Organic Chemistry

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Prentice Hall, Jan 1, 1992 - Science - 1279 pages
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The sixth edition of this text is revised and now incorporates new information. Some chapters have been rewritten, making topics such as conjugation and nucleophilic substitution more accessible. Problems are provided which challenge the readers' understanding. read.

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User Review  - HoraceSPatoot - LibraryThing

Morrison and Boyd is *the* classic in my generation. I don't even keep one in my office, because every colleague has a copy that I can borrow. Read full review

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This is the definitive college textbook of organic chemistry, used by most schools around the country. I graduated from college in 1973 and still remember using this book which I found to be highly informative and instructive (I got an A in the course). Read full review

Contents

Structure and Properties
1
Methane Energy of Acti vation Transition State
39
Alkanes FreeRadical Substitution
77
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Robert T. Morrison is an attorney in Houston and a former officer on the USS Philadelphia, a fast-attack submarine.

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