By John P. Richard
- Reviews the applying of quantitative and mathematical tools in the direction of figuring out chemical problems
- Multidisciplinary volumes hide natural, organometallic, bioorganic, enzymes and fabrics topics
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Advances in Physical Organic Chemistry: 41 by John P. Richard