CliffsQuickReview Organic Chemistry II (Paperback)

By Frank Pellegrini

Cliffs Notes, 9780764586163, 272pp.

Publication Date: July 6, 2000

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Description

CliffsQuickReview course guides cover the essentials of your toughest classes. You're sure to get a firm grip on core concepts and key material and be ready for the test with this guide at your side.

Whether you're new to biosynthesis, integrated metabolism, and the molecular cloning of DNA or just brushing up on those topics, CliffsQuickReview Organic Chemistry II can help. This guide introduces each topic, defines key terms, and walks you through each sample problem step-by-step. In no time, you'll be ready to tackle other concepts in this book such as

  • The reactions of aromatic compounds
  • Aldol, cross-aldol, and ketonic aldol condensation
  • Ester formation
  • Oxidation
  • Mass spectra

CliffsQuickReview Organic Chemistry II acts as a supplement to your textbook and to classroom lectures. Use this reference in any way that fits your personal style for study and review — you decide what works best with your needs. You can either read the book from cover to cover or just look for the information you want and put it back on the shelf for later. What's more, you can

  • Get a glimpse of what you’ll gain from a chapter by reading through the introduction at the beginning of each chapter
  • Study your formulas in the Summary of Preparations or the Summary of Reactions
  • Use the glossary to find key terms fast.

With titles available for all the most popular high school and college courses, CliffsQuickReview guides are a comprehensive resource that can help you get the best possible grades.



About the Author

Dr. Frank Pellegrini was a professor for over 35 years. His field of specialization was heterocyclic organic chemistry. He was the recipient of the State University of New York Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching. He was a Professor of Organic Chemistry and the Department Chair at SUNY Farmingdale. Other interests included photography, travel, and volunteer fire fighting.