Advanced Problems in Organic Chemistry

Advanced Problems in Organic Chemistry by Akshay Choudhary, Manadakini Choudhary

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Contributor(s) Akshay Choudhary, Manadakini Choudhary
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Product Details
Publication Date 2016-08-19
Publisher Pearson Education
Contributor(s) Akshay Choudhary, Manadakini Choudhary
Binding Paperback
Edition Second
Page Count 680
ISBN 9332578362


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Advanced Problems in Organic Chemistry comprises 10 chapters which are designed coherently to aid students in problem solving . The exercises in the book have been divided into two levels. The first level will help students to practice fundamental problems including concepts taught in the chapters. The second level is for advance level students. Workbook exercises have also been added at the end of important chapters to give aspirants an extra edge to crack the examinations.

Features:
• Designed to aid students in problem solving
• Workbook exercises to give an extra edge
• Improved pedagogy for different levels of students
• Check the students conceptual understanding

Contents
Acknowledgements xxiii
List of Contributors xxv
Chapter 1 Citizenship and Difference:
The Age of Revolution
— Barbara Caine
Chapter 2 Spaces and Places: Changing Patterns
of Domesticity and Work
— Barbara Caine
Chapter 3 Nationalization of the Female
Citizenry: Fascist Italy and Nazi
Germany
— Vandana Joshi
Chapter 4 Race and Nation:
An Intellectual History
— Eric D. Weitz
Chapter 5 The Apogee of Racism: Nazi
Germany 1933–1945
— Vandana Joshi
Chapter 6 In Pursuit of Social Justice: Modern European Socialism,
1850–1940
— Sharon A. Kowalsky
Chapter 7 Industrialization and the Rise of Modern Class Society
— Vijaya Rajni and
Shashi Bhushan Upadhyay
Chapter 8 Nationalism: Triumphs and Challenges in the Long Nineteenth Century and Beyond
Features:
Gender, race, class and nation have been used in the book as analytical tools to understand the power politics of modern Europe. Each chapter contains a student friendly annotated bibliography for further reading


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