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  • Author:
    Jr Jones Maitland
  • ISBN:
    0393970795
  • ISBN13:
    978-0393970791
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  • Publisher:
    W W Norton & Co Inc (February 1997)
  • Pages:
    1394 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Chemistry
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  • Rating:
    4.3
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    236
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Maitland Jones's Organic Chemistry is written in plain English, which makes it easy to understand. Its mechanistic approach is unprecedented and ought to eliminate rote memorization. - Cosmos O. Okoro, University of Arkansas

Maitland Jones's Organic Chemistry is written in plain English, which makes it easy to understand. Okoro, University of Arkansas. Organic Chemistry is an absolute joy to use. Sometimes I find myself reading it just for the fun of it, and the students can't say enough good things about i. .Maitland Jones's special talent for selecting the topics, and most important, the right words and illustrations, make the whole text just dazzling in every respect

In that context, this book is exactly what I expected an organic chemistry book to be. It doesn't delve into things, intellectually toying with them and exploring them in challenging or fascinated detail

In that context, this book is exactly what I expected an organic chemistry book to be. It doesn't delve into things, intellectually toying with them and exploring them in challenging or fascinated detail. Rather, it gives an unsatisfying three-page coverage of the physics or theory behind a topic, spending the rest of the chapter on plug-and-chug rules and recipes.

Maitland Jones's Organic Chemistry is written in plain English, which makes it easy to understand. Maitland Jones, J. is Professor of Chemistry at New York University. His undergraduate and graduate degrees are from Yale University.

Maitland Jones Jr. (born November 23, 1937) is an American experimental chemist, based primarily at New York University. He received tenure in 1973. Jones' field of expertise is reactive intermediates, with particular emphasis on carbenes. He has published extensively in the field of quantum organic chemistry, particularly focusing on the mechanism of quantum molecular reactions. His interest areas include carbenes, carboranes, and heterocycles

Maitland Jones, J. His undergraduate and graduate degrees are from Yale University

Maitland Jones, J. As you're probably aware, organic chemistry is a course that fills massive lecture halls with anxious students every year, most of whom aren't there because they want to learn organic chemistry. In that context, this book is exactly what I expected an organic chemistry book to be.

Maitland Jones, J. His field of expertise is reactive intermediates, extremely short-lived molecules that exist only momentarily in the course of a chemical reaction.

Organic Chemistry book.

Organic Chemistry helps students understand the structure of organic molecules by helping them understand the how and why of organic chemistry. Organic chemistry has long been recognized as an essential ingredient in the education of scientists in a wide range of fields, particularly in the life sciences. Indeed, as more and more disciplines come into contact with organic chemistry, new connections are constantly being forged.

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Organic chemistry has long been recognized as an essential ingredient in the education of scientists in a wide range of fields, particularly in the life sciences. By extension, a career in medicine-an applied life science-is also becoming more and more dependent on organic chemistry, and not just because medical schools these days take special notice of the grade in organic!

Stated on back cover " Instructor's Desk Copy". A hint of wear. There may be writing marks but we have NOT seen any. Pages are clean and binding is tight.

Sironynyr
As you're probably aware, organic chemistry is a course that fills massive lecture halls with anxious students every year, most of whom aren't there because they want to learn organic chemistry.

In that context, this book is exactly what I expected an organic chemistry book to be. It doesn't delve into things, intellectually toying with them and exploring them in challenging or fascinated detail. Rather, it gives an unsatisfying three-page coverage of the physics or theory behind a topic, spending the rest of the chapter on plug-and-chug rules and recipes. It does a good job of the latter, but doesn't leave you with a much of a deeper feeling of understanding chemistry.

There were times when I felt the coverage was sufficiently deep, most often in purely organic topics. But coverage of topics like NMR coupling are treated as black magic, not discussed with the intention of the student understanding what's going on. Even a crash-course study guide I used covered quantum and physical chemistry topics like that in much greater detail. The metaphors given were also occasionally simple to the point of childishness, not promoting true understanding.

Anecdotally, the figures were often rater ugly. For example, organic molecules were often drawn with 90-degree angles and explicit C's and H's.

While I'm admittedly an undergrad with limited chemistry experience, I think this book is better for a typical organic chemistry course than for a student looking to truly, viscerally understand the topic.
Damdyagab
If you have the textbook, might as well get this. This has solutions and additional explanations to many homework problems. If you're taking ochem for the first time, and still weren't scared enough by others. You should be. This guide is great, I'd also like to tell people to check out youtube for more educational videos, and try to find perhaps another textbook (some old one). I had a really great teacher, but sometimes the same concept explained slightly differently will make all the difference.
Dorintrius
I've seen quite a few organic chemistry textbooks, and this book is great for formulas, which are super important. They're summarized neatly in the back of each chapter and it helped me get As on my exams. I'd definitely recommend it even if it's not your college textbook! I transferred to a new school where they don't use this book and this book helped me way more than theirs ever could.
saafari
What's not to like about a solutions manual that is thicker than the book it was made for? Really walks you through things nicely, a MUST buy.
Dyni
Detailed solutions to every problem. Almost like a book itself that teaches you specifically how to approach Organic Chemistry problems. In fact, manual is bigger than the book. Must buy if you are using Jones's book. Although Jones's textbook may seem a little bit convoluted and difficult, this book makes it all clear.
GoodBuyMyFriends
It's not a horrible book in the least, but if you want to learn from this book then you need to take the time to be invested in all the pages and make sure you understand every sentence. The chapters are super long. Solution manual is definitely needed as it gives you a lot more explanations. If I didn't have Jones as my professor then I could see how things could get dicey.
Castiel
I bought this product for school. It was a great value and it fit the necessary requirements I needed it. Good value.
I thought the book was helpful for the most part. It did have some good diagrams and some insight as to the different concepts going on at the smallest levels of the organic chemistry world. Buying it on Amazon saved me a ton of money over buying the book at the campus bookstore. I would suggest looking on the internet sites as much as possible before buying from the campus bookstore.