One of four self contained handbooks derived from the renowned encyclopedia of reagents for organic synthesis this volume focuses on different class of reagents chemical substances useful for producing a chemical reaction this current volume outlines acidic and basic reagents detailed physical and chemical data is provided so the reader will understand the exact use for a reagent and work with it properly adopting the basic format and size of the original encyclopedia each volume . Handbook of reagents for organic synthesis acidic and basic reagents edited by h j reich university of wisconsin madison and j a rigby wayne state university john wiley and sons new york ny 1999 xii 494 pp 215 x 28 cm 11500 isbn 0 471 979252 2. This book presents articles on the most fundamental and versatile reagents for effecting organic transformations that were originally included in eros in selecting candidate entries for inclusion in this particular collection the editors adopted a broad set of criteria for defining what exactly constitutes an acidic or basic reagent. Handbook of reagents for organic synthesis acidic and basic reagents hans j reich editor james h rigby editor isbn 978 0 471 97925 8 508 pages july 1999 description recognising the critical need for bringing a handy reference work that deals not only with the most popular reagents in synthesis to the laboratory of practising organic chemists the editors of the acclaimed
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