The Molecular Modeling Wokbook of Organic Chemistry by Warren J. Hehre
By Warren J. Hehre
Molecular modeling is already well-established as a necessary chemical examine device, and a growing number of is changing into a huge capacity to profit chemistry. This publication makes it attainable. This publication is designed for use together with any modern natural chemistry textbook.
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