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Series: Oxford Chemistry Primers

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Organic Synthesis: The roles of boron and silicon by Susan E. Thomas1
Aromatic Heterocyclic Chemistry by David T. Davies2
Organometallic Reagents in Synthesis by Paul R. Jenkins3
Aromatic Chemistry by Malcolm Sainsbury4
Polar Rearrangements by Laurence M. Harwood5
Oxidation and Reduction in Organic Synthesis by Timothy J. Donohoe6
Amino Acid and Peptide Synthesis by John Jones7
Reactive Intermediates by Christopher J. Moody8
Foundations of Organic Chemistry by Michael Hornby9
The Mechanisms of Reactions at Transition Metal Sites by Richard A. Henderson10
Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Chemistry by Hugh M. Cartwright11
Organometallics 1: Complexes with Transition Metal-Carbon s-Bonds by Manfred Bochmann12
Organometallics 2: Complexes with Transition Metal-Carbon p-Bonds by Manfred Bochmann13
Cluster Molecules of the p-Block Elements by Catherine E. Housecroft14
Chemical Bonding by Mark J. Winter15
Periodicity and the p-Block Elements by Nicholas C. Norman16
Bifunctional Compounds by Robert S. Ward17
Oscillations, Waves, and Chaos in Chemical Kinetics by Stephen K. Scott18
Atomic Spectra by T. P. Softley19
Chemical Aspects of Biosynthesis by John Mann20
Modern Liquid Phase Kinetics by B. G. Cox21
Fractals in Chemistry by Andrew Harrison22
Inorganic Materials Chemistry by Mark T. Weller23
Chemical Instrumentation by Richard P. Wayne24
Biocoordination Chemistry by David E. Fenton25
Energy Levels in Atoms and Molecules by W. G. Richards26
d-Block Chemistry by Mark J. Winter27
Essentials of Inorganic Chemistry 1 by D. M. P. Mingos28
Computational Chemistry by Guy H. Grant29
Process Development: Fine Chemicals from Grams to Kilograms by Stan Lee30
Organic Synthesis by Christine L. Willis31
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance by P. J. Hore32
Organosulfur Chemistry by Gordon H. Whitham33
Electrode Dynamics by A. C. Fisher34
Functional Groups: Characteristics and Interconversions by G. D. Meakins35
Stereoelectronic Effects by A. J. Kirby36
Introduction to Quantum Theory and Atomic Structure by P. A. Cox37
Organonitrogen Chemistry by Patrick D. Bailey38
Photochemistry by Carol E. Wayne39
Foundations of Physical Chemistry by Charles Lawrence40
Electrode Potentials by Richard G. Compton41
Two-Phase Flow and Heat Transfer by P. B. Whalley42
Introduction to Organic Spectroscopy by Laurence M. Harwood43
Metal-Metal Bonded Carbonyl Dimers and Clusters by Catherine E. Housecroft44
Mechanisms of Organic Reactions by Howard Maskill45
Inorganic Chemistry in Biology by Patricia C. Wilkins46
Core Carbonyl Chemistry by John Jones47
Quantum Mechanics 1: Foundations by N. J. B. Green48
Chemical Reaction Engineering by Ian S. Metcalfe49
Heat Transfer by R. H. S. Winterton50
Periodicity and the s- and p-Block Elements by N. C. Norman51
Chemical Sensors by Robert W. Cattrall52
The Basis and Applications of Heterogeneous Catalysis by Michael Bowker53
Alicyclic Chemistry by Martin Grossel54
Molecular Spectroscopy by John M. Brown55
Thermodynamics of Chemical Processes by Gareth Price56
Aquatic Environmental Chemistry by Alan G. Howard57
Statistical Thermodynamics by Andrew Maczek58
Surfaces by Gary Attard59
Crystal Structure Determination by William Clegg60
Reaction Dynamics by M. Brouard61
Inorganic Spectroscopic Methods by Alan K. Brisdon62
Stereoselectivity in Organic Synthesis by Garry Procter63
Electroanalysis by Christopher M. A. Brett64
Quantum Mechanics 2: The Toolkit by Nicholas Green65
Essentials of Inorganic Chemistry 2 by D. M. P. Mingos66
Pericyclic Reactions by Ian Fleming67
Foundations of Physical Chemistry: Worked Examples by Nathan Lawrence68
Non-aqueous Solvents by John Chipperfield69
Sonochemistry by Timothy J. Mason70
Chemistry of the First-row Transition Metals by Jon McCleverty71
Coordination Chemistry of Macrocyclic Compounds by Edwin C. Constable72
The Heavier d-Block Metals: Aspects of Inorganic and Coordination Chemistry by Catherine E. Housecroft73
Supramolecular Chemistry by Paul D. Beer74
Magnetochemistry by A. F. Orchard75
The f Elements by Nikolas Kaltsoyannis76
Foundations of Science Mathematics by D. S. Sivia77
Foundations of Spectroscopy by Simon Duckett78
Process Development: Physicochemical Concepts by John H. Atherton79
Aqueous Acid-base Equilibria and Titrations by Robert De Levie80
Structure and Reactivity in Organic Chemistry by Howard Maskill81
Foundations of Science Mathematics: Worked Problems by D. S. Sivia82
NMR Spectroscopy in Inorganic Chemistry by Jonathan A. Iggo83
Computers in Chemistry by Pete Biggs84
Polymers by David J. Walton85
From Molecules to Crystallizers by Roger J. Davey86
Foundations of Organic Chemistry: Worked Examples by Michael Hornby87
Organic Stereochemistry by Michael J. T. Robinson88
Radiation Heat Transfer by H.r.n. Jones89
Top Drugs: Top Synthetic Routes by John Saunders90
Radical Chemistry: The Fundamentals by M. John Perkins91
NMR: The Toolkit by P. J. Hore92
Foundations of Physics for Chemists by G. A. D. Ritchie93
Foundations of Inorganic Chemistry by Mark J. Winter94
Protecting Group Chemistry by Jeremy Robertson95
Applied Organometallic Chemistry and Catalysis by Robin Whyman96
Introduction to Molecular Symmetry by J. S. Ogden97
Foundations of Chemical Biology by C. M. Dobson98
Carbohydrate Chemistry by B. G. Davis99

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(From the OUP website:)
The Oxford Chemistry Primers are a series of short texts providing accessible accounts of a range of essential topics in chemistry and chemical engineering.

Written with the needs of the student in mind, these books offer just the right level of detail for undergraduate study, and are invaluable as a source of material commonly presented in lecture courses yet not adequately covered in existing texts.

All the basic principles and facts in a particular area are presented in a clear and straightforward style, to produce concise yet comprehensive accounts of topics covered in both core and specialist courses.

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