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Organic Laboratory Techniques

by Ralph J. J. Fessenden, Jess Feist, Joan S. Fessenden, Patty Feist, Joan S. Fessenden

Synopsis

This highly effective and practical manual is designed to be used as a supplementary text for the organic chemistry laboratory course - and with virtually any main text - in which experiments are supplied by the instructor or in which the students work independently. Each technique contains a brief theoretical discussion. Steps used in each technique, along with common problems that might arise. These respected and renowned authors include supplemental or related procedures, suggested experiments, and suggested readings for many of the techniques. Additionally, each chapter ends with a set of study problems that primarily stress the practical aspects of each technique, and microscale techniques are included throughout the text, as appropriate. Additional exercises, reference material, and quizzes are available online.

Booknews

This supplemental text for an introductory organic laboratory course covers isolation and purification techniques, refractive index, chromatography, reactions, and infrared and NMR spectroscopy. The IR and NMR sections deleted from the second edition have been returned to the third edition. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Biography

Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley

M.S., University of California, Berkeley

Linda Brannon received her Ph.D. in human experimental psychology from the University of Texas at Austin and Jess Feist received his Ph.D. in counseling from the University of Kansas. Currently both Dr. Brannon and Dr. Feist are professors in the department of Psychology at McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana where they have been teaching since receiving their doctorates. After becoming interested in the emerging field of health psychology, Linda and Jess co-authored the first edition of this text in the 1980's, and have enjoyed expanding and developing their text along with the field for the next 20+ years. Both have areas of interest outside of health psychology, with Dr. Brannon authoring not only a text on gender but also co-authoring an introductory psychology text, while Dr. Feist, with his son Greg, has co-authored a text on personality.

 

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Organic Chemistry as a Second Language.pdf

From the Publisher

This supplemental text is designed to accompany Solomons or any Organic Chemistry text. David Klein helps students see the patterns in organic chemistry. This leads to a deeper conceptual understanding of the material and less memorizing or rote learning.

Many students in this course lack effective study habits and a sense of the big picture. Klein gives explicit instructions on how to organize one's study time. He also presents topics clearly by using a friendly writing style, analogy where appropriate, and lots of hands-on problem solving.

Table of Contents

1.   Bond-Line Drawings

2.   Resonance

3.   Acid-Base Reactions

4.   Geometry

5.   Nomenclature

6.   Conformations

7.   Configurations

8.   Mechanisms

9.   Substitution Reactions

10.   Elimination Reactions

11.   Addition Reactions

12.   Predicting Products

13.   Synthesis

  

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Synopsis

Developed at the University of London, this textbook introduces the pharmacognostical basis, botany, and chemistry of medical products derived from plant sources, then prescribes the use of natural products to treat ailments affecting the different body systems. Topics include the history of medical herbalism, anticancer natural products, production methods, traditional Chinese medicine, and ayurveda.

From the Publisher

This resource covers the fundamentals of pharmacognosy and phytotherapy for students, practicing pharmacists, herbalists, and others with an interest in the medicinal uses of plants.

·  Gives students an overview of all aspects of the field

·  Provides a useful sourcebook for practicing pharmacists

·  Combines therapeutic aspects with natural science and chemistry in one convenient resource

·  Promotes the use of safe and well documented herbal remedies

·  Further reading suggestions will lead students to more in-depth reference works

Table of Contents

Pt. A

Fundamentals of Pharmacognosy

 

Sect. 1

Phytotherapy and pharmacognosy

3

1

Importance of plants in modern pharmacy and medicine

4

2

Pharmacognosy and its history: people, plants and natural products

8

Sect. 2

Basic plant biology

23

3

General principles of botany: morphology and systematics

24

4

Families yielding important phytopharmaceuticals

32

5

Ethnobotany and ethnopharmacy

48

Sect. 3

Natural product chemistry

59

6

Natural product chemistry

60

7

Methods in natural product chemistry

106

8

Anticancer natural products

129

Sect. 4

Plant extract derived pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals

143

9

Production, standardization and quality control

144

10

Characteristics of phytomedicines

160

Sect. 5

Medicinal plants in selected healthcare systems

169

11

Traditional systems of herbal medicine

170

12

Complementary/alternative medicine

184

Pt. B

Important Natural Products and Phytomedicines Used in Pharmacy and Medicine

 

13

The gastrointestinal and biliary system

199

14

The cardiovascular system

215

15

The respiratory system

222

16

The central nervous system

234

17

Infectious diseases

245

18

The endocrine system

253

19

The reproductive and urinary tracts

260

20

The musculoskeletal system

262

21

The skin

268

22

The eye

272

23

Ear, nose and orthopharynx

274

24

Miscellaneous supportive and protective therapies for stress, ageing, cancer and debility

277

 

Epilogue - a personal view

284

 

Botanical glossary

290

 

Index

294

 

 

 

 

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In this second edition of a guide for natural product chemists and microbiologists, Sarker (University of Ulster-Coleraine, UK) adds updated material to reflect recent advances in the field, plus new chapters on hyphenated techniques, purification by solvent extraction using partition coefficient, and isolation of microbial natural products. The book includes not only cutting-edge techniques, but also simple basic techniques that will help researchers extract, prepare, and isolate natural products from source materials. The protocols follow the series format, offering step-by-step instructions, an introduction to underlying principles, and troubleshooting tips.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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