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Pushing Electrons: A Guide for Students of Organic Chemistry 3rd Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
However, for those of you who are clear on electrophiles and nucleophiles, this book would be perfect for you. I suspect that if you know those well, you might not need this book.
The last 3 chapters are not review. They require some understanding of organic first. They are meant to reinforce and review what you learn in class.
So you can't just jump for chapter 1 and 2 directly into 3. One and two are meant for prior to organic. And 3 through 5 are to be used during the class.
It's definately got me several steps up on my classmates so far.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this book to late in the year to get much help from it, but if I had bought it earlier it would have been helpful. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Madison
A great book to have along with the textbook to get a better understanding of each topic.Published 6 months ago by song Chan
This is an excellent guide to predicting how electrons are going to move during different organic reactions. It is more than just a study guide for your organic class. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Benjamin Smith
Not well written just a workbook (not a "program' as advertised). May be helpful for the totally lost but not for a good student.Published 15 months ago by someguy
This is written in an easy to understand format with fill in the blank sections (answers included) to boost your learning curve. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Andy
A good prep for how to push around electrons, but lacking in actual applications or mechanisms used in university OChem courses. If you're a student I do not recommend this. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Aris
Extremely informative and very easy to read. Get it and READ it. It will make a difference when learning and studying.Published on November 29, 2013 by christina marie terry