Comprehensive Heterocyclic Chemistry III, 15-Volume Set
A Review of the Literature 1995-2007 1- 15Editor-in-Chief:
- Alan Katritzky
- Christopher Ramsden
- Eric AAA
- Richard Taylor
For academic, industrial and government scientists working in chemical, biological, pharaceutical, medicinal and natural product research, together with teachers and advanced students interested in the formation (synthesis) and transformation of heterocyclic ring systems.
Hardbound, 12500 Pages
Published: March 2008
THIRD EDITION: âThis reviewer examined selected print volumes from the set and found them to be excellent in general [â¦] Recommended. Upper-division undergraduate through professional library collectionsââR.E. Buntrock, CHOICE Review October 2008. PREVIOUS EDITIONS: "A must for all chemistry libraries and those research groups employing heterocyclic chemistry. Also libraries used by scientists working on biological problems, on natural products or in material sciences should have access to Comprehensive Heterocyclic Chemistry II"âSynthesis, 1998. "Overall this set of books is successful and impressive. It will be extremely useful to anyone pursuing research in heterocyclic chemistry, and it belongs in every chemistry library. It will be consulted frequently and extensively"--J. Med. Chem, 1997. "Its logical organization and text-based approach make it easier for nonspecialists and advanced students to consult, and its indexes are very thorough and very helpful"--D. Flaxbart, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1997. "Provide(s) chemists, and biologists working at the chemical interface, with an impressive body of collected knowledge which is not available from any other source"âNature, 1985. "The general chapters enable interested students to find their bearings . . . The specialised chapters are available to meet the demand for more detailed information - even experts in universities and industry will find useful references here."--E. Schaumann, Angew. Chem., 1985. "No institution should be without their reference copy and many will want to make the materials as accessible as possible to students, faculty and research investigators"--D.L. Boger, J. Pharm. Sci., 1985.