Practical Organic Chemistry | FG Mann & BC Saunders - PEARSON
Binding : Paperback
Pages : 600
Publisher: Pearson Education India
This book has proved useful for research as well as for teachingpurpose The fourth edition of this book was distinguished fromits predecessors by a greater emphasis on semi-micro methods andmodern techniques and reactions. While updating the book in severalimportant aspects, namely, chromatography, reaction mechanism, andsafety and first-aid measures.
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- PART I: METHODS AND MANIPULATION
- PART II: PREPARATIONS
- PART III: REACTIONS AND IDENTIFICATION OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
- PART IV: QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS
- PART VI: SIMPLE ENZYME REACTIONS
About The Author
FG Mann- He completed his doctoral studies at Downing College, Cambridge under Sir William Pope, graduating in 1923. He continued at Downing as an assistant lecturer until 1930, when he was appointed to a lectureship at Trinity College. He spent his entire academic career at Cambridge, retiring in 1964.
Mann's research spanned a variety of topics, many at the interface between organic and inorganic chemistry, including investigations of aliphatic polyamines, phosphines, arsines and their complexes; heterocyclic compounds of phosphorus and arsenic and their metal complexes; polycyclic nitrogen compounds; the structure and optical properties of transition metal complexes; stereochemistry, and cyanine dyes.