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For some years there has been need for a textbook on organic chemistry especially prepared for students who are engaged in the study of organic chemistry as an adjunct to pharmacy and medicine. This volume has been written to fill this need. The subject matter includes that usually found in organic treatises, but most of the material which is only of commercial or theoretical interest is omitted, while that which is of pharmaceutic or medical interest is emphasized. U. S. P., N. F. and N. N. R. products are so designated and their descriptions given, but only cursory reference is given to methods of analytic procedure.
The subject material is well arranged and a sufficient number of formulas and illustrations are given for clarification of the reactions. The organic compounds are divided into forty-four chapters according to chemical structure; the general characteristics of each group are given and important members
Organic Chemistry with Applications to Pharmacy and Medicine. JAMA. 1941;117(26):2294. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820520090046
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