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It will be a valuable aid to every student, but it can also be strongly recommended for all research chemists as a reference source on physical-organic chemistry.
The book is a worthwhile investment. The authors are to be commended for their six year “labor of love.
Ed,March, Vol. Modern Physical Organic Chemistry is a most impressive resource for researchers and teachers, and yet it also offers an accessible entree into the topics for advanced undergraduates and postgraduates. Each chapter ends with a “Summary and Outlook”, an excellent array of problems and exercises and a comprehensive bibliography that often refers to the review literature.
This type of text is often not easily accessible to the undergraduate reader, but I found this one to be well structured and very pleasant to read.
Modern Physical Organic Chemistry is a book I am very happy to have on my shelf. I plan to recommend it to all of my research group members and to those students in my class who are getting hooked on organic chemistry.
This is going to be a winner. I can enthusiastically recommend the text for anyone who is teaching a course dealing with the essentials of physical organic chemistry and more. This book is the new authoritative physical organic resource that will benefit researchers, students, and teachers alike. Swager, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Congratulations to the authors on a remarkable achievement! Schuster, New York University This is the first modern textbook, written in the 21st century, to make explicit the many connections between physical organic chemistry and critical fields such as organometallic chemistry, materials chemistry, bioorganic chemistry, and biochemistry.
Contemporary chemists must be just as familiar with these newer fields as with the more established classical topics. This completely new landmark text is intended to bridge that gap.
In addition to covering thoroughly the core areas of physical organic chemistry — structure and mechanism — the book will escort the practitioner of organic chemistry into a field that has been thoroughly updated. The foundations and applicabilities of modern computational methods are also developed. Written by two distinguished researchers in this field, Modern Physical Organic Chemistry can serve as a text for a year-long course targeted to advanced undergraduates or anslynn graduate students, as well as for a variety of shorter courses on selected aspects doigherty the dougberty.
It will also serve as a landmark new reference text, and as an introduction to many of the more advanced topics of interest to modern researchers. Ancillaries An accompanying Student Solutions Manual by Michael Sponsler is also available, and art is available online for adopting professors. The Authors Eric V.
Modern Physical Organic Chemistry, Eric V. Anslyn and Dennis A. Dougherty
After completing post-doctoral znd with Ronald Breslow at Columbia University, he joined the faculty at the University of Texas at Austin, where he became a Full Professor in He currently holds four patents and is the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including the Presidential Young Investigator, the Alfred P.
His primary research is in physical organic chemistry and bioorganic chemistry, with specific interests in catalysts for phosphoryl and glycosyl transfers, receptors for carbohydrates and enolates, single and multi-analyte sensors — the development of an electronic tongue, and synthesis ddougherty polymeric molecules that exhibit unique abiotic secondary structure.
More recently, he has addressed molecular neurobiology, developing the in vivo nonsense suppression method for unnatural amino acid incorporation into proteins expressed in living cells. His group is now working on extensive experimental and computational studies of the bacterial mechanosensitive channels MscL and MscS, building off the crystal structures of these channels recently reported by the Rees group at Caltech.