Chemistry

Newly Translated into Japanese: Organic Syntheses Based on Name Reactions

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The highly-regarded Organic Syntheses Based on Name Reaction: A Practical Guide to 750 Transformations, Third Edition, edited by Alfred Hassner and Irishi Namboothiri, has been translated to Japanese due to demand, and is now available as a Japanese Edition. Praised by reviewers and trusted by organic chemists, this valuable resource and its latest translation provides background, mechanism, and experimental detail for each Named Reaction, as well as extensive indices for quick reference.

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