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by J. Leonard,Barry Lygo,Garry Procter

eBook Advanced Practical Organic Chemistry download ISBN: 0751402001
Author: J. Leonard,Barry Lygo,Garry Procter
Publisher: Chapman & Hall; Subsequent edition (January 1, 1995)
Language: English
Pages: 288
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Barry Lygo is currently a professor of chemistry at the University of Nottingham, UK, working in the field of asymmetric catalysis and synthesis.

Barry Lygo is currently a professor of chemistry at the University of Nottingham, UK, working in the field of asymmetric catalysis and synthesis.

Chemistry & Industry, July 1995

Garry Procter is a professor and director of teaching in the School of Chemistry at the University of Manchester, UK. Before this he was director of undergraduate laboratories in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Harvard University. Barry Lygo is currently a professor of chemistry at the University of Nottingham, UK, working in the field of asymmetric catalysis and synthesis.

Garry Procter, John Leonard, Barry Lygo. The preparation of organic compounds is still central to many disciplines, from the most applied to the highly academic and, more tan ever is not limited to chemists.

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Advanced Practical Organic Chemistry. ByJohn Leonard, Barry Lygo, Garry Procter. First Published 2013.

By John Leonard, Barry Lygo, Garry Procter. Barry Lygois currently a professor of chemistry at the University of Nottingham, UK, working in the field of asymmetric catalysis and synthesis. 356 pages 153 B/W Illus.

Barry Lygo, Garry Procter, John Leonard. Taylor & Francis Inc.

A guide to the preparation of organic compounds and types of reactions used in modern organic synthesis, emphasizing recent techniques. Covers lab basics such as safety, record keeping, and equipment, presents techniques for working with solvents, reagents, gases, and vacuum pumps, and details carrying out reactions, purification, and characterization. Includes a review of the chemical literature, and appendices listing properties of solvents, gases, reducing reagents, and oxidizing reagents. For postgraduates and advanced undergraduates. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
Comments: (7)
Enditaling
An excellent handbook for organic lab techniques.
Provides short background and significance of each method, and provides hints and tips for proper execution of techniques.
For instance, how large should a thin-layer-chromatography plate be?
How much silica should be used to pack a column for purifying a reaction of a given complexity and a given scale?

This has been a convenient reference for me while working as a synthetic chemist (in training).
Whitebeard
This is a great book. As a graduate student studying medicinal chemistry, I have run into many situations in the lab that undergrad just did not prepare me for. This book is really helping to bring me up to speed with my techniques. It seems as though most chemistry books are somewhat theoretical and abstract in nature, but "Advanced Practical Organic Chemistry" provides the reader with easy to read (based on the assumption of at least a basic background in organic chemistry) tutorial and reference for many day-to-day procedures that are encountered in the lab. It was easy enough to read cover to cover in just a couple days, but is also so full of info. that I continue to look back and reference it almost daily. While there are several well-drawn illustrations, if I could want anything more out of this book, it would perhaps be a few more illustrations to go along with the assembly of some of the apparatuses.
Sataxe
Used this book a lot. A lot of great tips to get started, but only practice makes it perfect.
Burgas
I think it could be better but I do consult this book from time to time.
Frei
This book is a great book to learn about doing synthetic organic chemistry in the laboratory.
It touches every area where a synthetic organic chemist may have problem. It's a good book in every respect. As with all books there is room for improvement. Some aspects needs to be more detailed and specific. This will make the book to be the best in market.
Kezan
This book is full of great information in a compact easy to read fashion. This has been very helpful to my studies.
Vital Beast
Must-own for all organic chemists. I would recommend that aspiring organic chemists get this during undergrad (or that it should be required text for organic labs!). I just wish the text would have more pictures.
Every chemistry student should have it! + + + + + + + + + + + + + +