A Guidebook to Mechanism in Organic Chemistry by A. G. & Sykes, published in 1986, is the finest guide and problem solver for the aspiring students of this field.
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Written by Peter Sykes, this guide book is an updated educative and informative tool in the hands of its readers, as it efficiently acquaints them with concepts of organic chemistry.
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No dubious or confusing words and sentences have been used , instead simple and lucid English has been used as a medium to clarify doubts and ensure a methodical understanding of the complex facets of the subject.
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