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Chemistry Call Numbers

When looking for a chemistry book in reference or the main collection, the area of chemistry can be found divided by:

Call #                  Subject

QD1-999               All Chemistry

QD1-65                 General Chemistry

QD71-142             Analytical

QD146-192           Inorganic

QD241-441           Organic

QD450-882           Physical and Theoretical

QD901-999           Crystallography

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e-Books from the CBC Library

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Electron Flow in Organic Chemistry - Paul H. Scudder
Call Number: ebook
ISBN: 9780470638040
Publication Date: 2013-01-09
Using a mechanistic approach, the text explains and makes use of analysis tools rare in undergraduate organic chemistry texts (flow charts as decision maps, correlation matrices to show all possible interactions, and simplified energy surfaces used as problem space maps)

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Microwaves in Organic and Medicinal Chemistry - C. Oliver Kappe; Alexander Stadler; Doris Dallinger; Raimund Mannhold (Contribution by); Hugo Kubinyi (Contribution by); Gerd Folkers (Contribution by)
Call Number: E-Book
ISBN: 3527331859
Publication Date: 2012-05-21
Tailored to the needs of medicinal and natural products chemists, the second edition of this unique handbook brings the contents up to speed, almost doubling the amount of chemical information with an additional volume. As in the predecessor, a short introductory section covers the theoretical background and evaluates currently available instrumentation and equipment. The main part of the book then goes on to systematically survey the complete range of published microwave-assisted synthesis methods from their beginnings in the 1990s to mid-2011, drawing on data from more than 5,000 reports and publications. Throughout, the focus is on those reactions, reagents and reaction conditions that work, and that are the most relevant for medicinal and natural products chemistry. A much expanded section is devoted to combinatorial, highthroughput and flow chemistry methods.



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