Comments: 6th Edn. [No CD or ancillary materials included] [Authentic USA edition] [I will ship immediately] Book in standard used condition: slightly marked, moderately worn covers and edges, and good binding
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Publication Date: 2003
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Zubrick, James W.
"It is easy to use, straightforward, and readable. The examples clearly make the desired points. The strongest endorsement for the text is that the students find it useful and like it." "The tongue-in-cheek conversational tone of the manual makes it very favorably received by the students...Students do not have to wade through a lot of text to get the important information." _ DR. LYNNE CANNON, The University of Iowa "The major strengths of Zubrick's lab manual are his writing style and his sense of humor." _ DR. HENRY GINGRICH, Princeton UniversityZubrick, James W. is the author of 'Organic Chemistry Lab Survival Guide A Student's Guide to Techniques', published 2003 under ISBN 9780471215202 and ISBN 0471215201.
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