By Henning Hopf
The 2 simple development devices carbon and hydrogen could be mixed in 1000000 other ways to provide a plethora of attention-grabbing natural compounds. Henning Hopf offers not just the main impressive buildings and homes of hydrocarbon compounds yet exhibits in a transparent presentation and with nice didactic ability how molecules like dodecahedrane, superphane or annulenes problem the substitute abilities of each natural chemist. To make the data extra obtainable, specifically to the amateur, the writer conscientiously analyzes the unreal challenge, explains each one artificial step and offers tricks on substitute tools and capability pitfalls. various references to valuable stories and the unique literature make this e-book an crucial resource of extra details. distinct emphasis is put on the skillful use of photos and schemes: man made (retro)analyses, response sequences, and an important steps are awarded in blue boxed sections in the textual content. Graduate scholars and researchers alike will locate this booklet a gold mine of important details crucial for his or her day-by-day paintings. each natural chemist probably want to have a replica on his or her table. With a foreword by means of W. von Eggers Doering.
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