Organic Chemistry: The stuff that counts

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Written by a chemistry Ph.D., this test study guide features easy-to-follow instructions and techniques.

It starts off with a helpful review of fundamental principles of organic chemistry that explores bonding, electron pushing, resonance, nucleophiles and electrophiles, etc. It then moves on to define and explain functional groups and explores crucial reactions that are frequently tested on the MCAT. The last section covers organic chemistry techniques and, in particular, includes instructions on how to solve Nuclear Magnetic Resonance problems.

A helpful books in which – thanks to the accessible format, organized approach, and effective use of visuals – the author manages to keep things simple.

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