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Derived from the popular, Encyclopedia of Reagents for natural Synthesis (EROS), the comparable editors have created a brand new guide which makes a speciality of chiral reagents utilized in uneven synthesis and is designed for the chemist on the bench. This new instruction manual follows an identical structure because the Encyclopedia, together with an advent and an alphabetical association of the reagents.
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