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This long-awaited, greatly-expanded re-creation of a best-selling consultant deals an encyclopedic and systematic number of worthy artificial method, together with tens of hundreds of thousands of reactions and artificial variations. the 1st variation has been reviewed within the expert journals as "clearly...the first selection for researchers looking details on man made changes. And as "useful to a person who needs to do natural synthesis, particularly these whose concentration isn't strictly natural chemistry. It offers a...clear street map to the artificial literature and will be stored inside effortless achieve of the chemist's desk."
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