The title of this organic chemistry lab techniques guide, Making the Connections, refers to the making of bonds to build the molecules that are an essential part of organic chemistry. Written in a clear, concise style, the book is a user-friendly instructional tool designed to facilitate the learning process by including many every-day examples of the chemical principles used in the laboratory. The title of the book also refers to the educational aim of helping students “make the connections” with the things they already know and understand. Developed to instill confidence in the laboratory, Making the Connections is presented in a soft-cover, 6×9 format that includes numerous instructional illustrations; coverage of techniques on various scales; basic principles, and practial tips.
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