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by Milton Orchin,Roger S. Macomber,Allan R. Pinhas,R. Marshall Wilson
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  • Author:
    Milton Orchin,Roger S. Macomber,Allan R. Pinhas,R. Marshall Wilson
  • ISBN:
    0471680281
  • ISBN13:
    978-0471680284
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    Wiley-Interscience; 2 edition (June 3, 2005)
  • Pages:
    912 pages
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This book is a basic reference providing concise, accurate definitions of the key terms and concepts of organic chemistry.

This book is a basic reference providing concise, accurate definitions of the key terms and concepts of organic chemistry. Not simply a listing of organic compounds, structures, and nomenclatures, the book is organized into topical chapters in which related terms and concepts appear in close proximity to one another, giving context to the information and helping to make fine distinctions more understandable. Areas covered include: bonding, symmetry, stereochemistry, types of organic compounds, reactions, mechansims, spectroscopy, and photochemistry. Not simply a listing of organic compounds.

This paper examines the sequencing of 19 organic chemistry topics, 21 concepts and skills, and 7. .

The emphases of the textbooks were also examined through analysis of questions, reactions, and mechanisms presented for aromatics, aldehydes, and ketones. Areas covered include: bonding, symmetry

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Milton Orchin, Roger S. Macomber, Allan R. Pinhas. This book is a basic reference providing concise, accurate definitions of the key terms and concepts of organic chemistry.

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This book is a basic reference providing concise, accurate definitions of the key terms and concepts of organic chemistry. Not simply a listing of organic compounds, structures, and nomenclatures, the book is organized into topical chapters in which related terms and concepts appear in close proximity to one another, giving context to the information and helping to make fine distinctions more understandable. Areas covered include: bonding, symmetry, stereochemistry, types of organic compounds, reactions, mechansims, spectroscopy, and photochemistry.

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This first review of Orchin et al. highlights a solid dictionary/glossary of organic chemistry terms that is often overlooked by instructors and students. I will add to and edit this later as time permits. Note, rating of 5 stars is to counterbalance limited reviews that bias rating in an unhelpful way. In my view, the likely best rating is 4 stars or better, depending on the interested audience.

In short, the Orchin reference book is a very helpful volume that organic instructors and decent libraries would benefit by having in their collections and on their reading lists. It is a reasonably comprehensive list of concepts and terms--a dictionary-glossary, except with style of organization that groups entries by general category (bonding, spectroscopy, etc.) with alphabetical index for alternative mode of entry into the information. It is reminiscent (though not directly comparable to) PW Atkins' "Quanta" glossary of physical chemistry, with illustrated entries.

The concepts covered range from basic to intermediate and advanced OChem topics. Many useful concepts covered only in the best introductory texts (e.g., Clayden) appear here, and so provide a second brief definition/presentation. For terms that are not covered in basic organic texts, this work can serve as a first point of definition for individuals involved in self-guided study (e.g., undergraduate research students), allowing greater independence. Authors are reputable and include practicing organic chemists and teachers of organic. Includes key physical organic concepts, and is decently indexed.
Utchanat
An amazing book, it is covering a lot of topics in organic chemistry
This book is the best quick reference in organic chemistry
Bralore
I have the 1st edition of this book. It like it and bought this 2nd edition and hope it is better. But I feel I like the 1st edition much better than the 2nd.