Laboratory Organic Chemistry - Techniques, Qualitative Analysis, Organic Preparations, and Spectroscopy
About the Book
Laboratory Organic Chemistry retains all the features of the popular earlier edition and has been expanded with five additional chapters on organic spectroscopy. The structure and style of the book not only facilitate easy access by students to the knowledge of practical organic chemistry but also stimulate their interest in the subject. It is an ideal companion reference source and guide that makes the laboratory organic chemistry course a rewarding experience for students in the introductory and more advanced organic chemistry programs in universities and other tertiary institutions.
About the Author
Professor Chris Ike Azogu has taught freshman organic chemistry in some frontline Nigerian universities for many decades and has held visiting and adjunct positions in Nigeria, Canada and the Unites States. In 1974, he was awarded a Carnegie - African American Institute Travel Fellowship to study the application of mastery learning techniques in freshman classes in over 17 universities across the United States. He studied at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria (BSx, 1965), The University of Saskatchewan, Canada (MSc, 1968; PhD, 1970), and McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada (National Research Council postdoctoral fellowship, 1970-1972). He is a member of the Chemical Society of Nigeria, Chemical Institute of Canada (Canadian Society for Chemistry), and the American Chemical Society.
Title: Laboratory Organic Chemistry - Techniques, Qualitative Analysis, Organic Preparations, and Spectroscopy
Author: Chris Ike Azogu, PhD
Publisher: Maybinson Book Publishers
Binding: Perfect bound
Dimensions (inches): 8.5" x 11"