Synthetic Organic Chemistry and the Nobel Prize, Volume 2
The Nobel Prize is the highest award in science, as is the case with nonscience fields too, and it is, therefore, arguably the most internationally recognized award in the world. This unique set of volumes focuses on summarizing the Nobel Prize within organic chemistry, as well as the specializations within this specialty. Any reader researching the history of the field of organic chemistry will be interested in this work. Furthermore, it serves as an outstanding resource for providing a better understanding of the circumstances that led to these amazing discoveries and what has happened as a result, in the years since.
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2. 1979—Brown and Wittig
3. 1981—Fukui and Hoffmann