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Application of some General Reactions to Investigations in Organic Chemistry

Nature volume 71, page 220 (05 January 1905) | Download Citation



IT would be difficult to say with what object and for what class of readers this little volume (it is scarcely more than a pamphlet, and may be read in an hour) was written. Yet anyone engaged in the practical pursuit of organic chemistry cannot fail to be interested in it. One may say roughly that the book treats of the unsystematic part of organic chemistry, i.e. of the ordinary reactions which do not succeed, and how they may be made to do so.

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