Electronic Interpretations of Organic Chemistryby A.E Remick
There seems to be a demand for the fusion of electronic theories of organic chemistry with such other developments in physical chemistry. The main purpose of this book is to show how this fusion has been satisfactorily achieved.
Condition and Notes
Good: Some minor page browning; previous owner's name. Greencloth boards.
Hardback without dust jacket, 474 pages, 710g
John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1943-1947, 5th printing
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