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Pratical Organic Chemistry

Pratical Organic Chemistry

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PRACTICALORGANIC CHEMISTRY
by
FREDERICK GEORGE MANN
Sc-D.
(Cantab.),
D.
Sc.
(Lond.),
F.R.I.C.,
F.R.S.
FELLOW,
TRINITY COLLEGE,
CAMBRIDGE,
UNIVERSITY EMERITUS
READER
IN
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
and
BERNARD
CHARLES SAUNDERS
C.B.E., M.A., Sc.D.
(Cantab.),
D.Sc.
(Lond.),
F.R.I.C.,
F.R.C.
Path.
LONGMAN
London
and New
York
 
LONGMAN GROUP
LIMITED
London
Associated
companies,
branches
and
representatives
throughout the
world
Published in the
United
States
of
America
by
Longman
Inc.,
New
York
Fourth Edition
©
Frederick George Mann
and
Bernard Charles Saunders
1960
All
rights reserved. No part of this publication may bereproduced, storedin aretrieval system,ortransmittedin any
form
or by any
means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying,recording,
or
otherwise, without
the
prior permission
of the
Copyright owner.
First Published
1936
Second
Edition
1938
New
Impressions
1941,1942,
1943,
I
944,
X
94
6
,
1
947,
T
949,
*95
2
Third
Edition
1952
New Impressions
1954,
*955,
I95
6
,
I
957>
J
95<?
Fourth Edition
1960
New
Impressions
1961,
1962, 1964,
1967,
/970,
/977
Neiv
Impression with revisions 1974New Impression
KJ/5
Reprintedin
paper
covers,
igj8
British Library
Cataloguing in
Publication
Data
 
XEW
IMPRESSION,
1974
The
last
(4th)
Edition
of
this book appeared
in
1960,
and has
been
followed
by
four
New
Impressions,
the
last
in
1967.
The
rapid
and
ceaseless changing
of the
presentation
of
organic chemistry—both theoretical andpractical—warrantedan entirely new edition,but this would have entailed a massive task, for which neither
Dr. B. C. Saunders nor I had
time
or
opportunity
to
undertake.
The
publishers therefore suggested that
a new
impressionshould
be
prepared.
This
also proved
a
laborious task, partlybecause of the many minor changes in nomenclature
and—more
particularly—the
presentation
of
names that
the
recommenda-tions of the
LU.P.A.C.
required, and partly because all correc-tions
and
additions were necessarily limited
in
length
to the
space which
the
original
texthad
occupied.Several of my
chemical
colleagues have suggested
that
a new
edition
of
'M.
and
S.'
should
now
deal
also with
the
chief
branchesof
modern spectroscopy.
This
would
be an aim
both
excellent
and
impracticable. Students have their
own
mono-graphs
on
spectroscopy
and
their
own
teachers, whose expositionshould
clarify
the
branches
of
this subject more rapidly
and
easilythan
the
printed text.
An
attempt
to
deal adequately withspectroscopyinthis volume would greatly increaseitssizeand
probably
fail
in
purpose—the
fate
of
several books whose authors
have
attempted this ambitious programme.
Wc are
greatly
indebted
to Dr. D. K. C.
Cooper,
F.R.C.S.,
who has
critically
examined
thesectiononFirst-Aidtoensurethat it now harmonises with
modern
medical practice.
F. G.
Mann,
University
Chemical Laboratory,
Cambridge.
March
1973.

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