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This book is made for those who think that Organic Chemistry is just a succession of empirical reactions. If you have problems memorizing your Organic course this book should help a lot. All along the text you will learn how to derive a plausible mechanism for a given reaction. Miller did a great job in demonstrating that there is logic in Organic Chemistry. Moreover the book provides solid tools for those who plan to move towards more advanced concepts. This second edition displays a much improved presentation. A must, affordable, simple and efficient.
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Audley Montague Miller (19 October 1869 in Brentry, Westbury-on-Trym, Gloucestershire, England – 26 June 1959 in Clifton, Bristol, England) was an amateur cricketer who played one Test match for England, and stood as a Test umpire in two matches.
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