Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry

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Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry is a much awaited great work in the field of Chemistry and Pharmacy. Targeted mainly to B. Pharmacy students, this book will also be useful for Pharm-D, M. Pharmacy, B.Sc. as well as M.Sc. chemistry and pharmaceutical chemistry students. The main objective of this book is to attract the undergraduate Pharmacy students and make them to understand the basic principles of Organic Chemistry which can be applied in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Medicinal Chemistry. Thus the book is aimed to eliminate the inadequacy in teaching and learning of Organic Chemistry by providing detailed information about the Organic compounds. Salient Features: · As per PCI Revised syllabus the coverage is complete with the basics as well as B. Pharm. 2nd, 3rd and 4th Semesters portion. · The content of this book is innovative and presented in 31 chapters with simple and uniform pattern of explanation along with all chemical reactions. · The book has covered the entire Pharmaceutical organic chemistry, starts from origin of organic chemistry to Heterocyclic chemistry and Stereochemistry. · In each chapter, a brief Introduction of the individual chapter, Importance, Detailed discussion of the Basic Theory, Preparations, Reactions, Test for identification and Applications of each class of compounds in Pharmacy are described which reflects the title of the book “Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry”. · The principles of Organic Chemistry, which is difficult to remember by the students is described in a student friendly manner and shall be reproduced well in examinations. · To make the learning comfortable and magnetize the attention we have used color in equations and diagrams. To inspire the readers, Interesting facts about great scientists and organic compounds and their discovery are given under each chapter.

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