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The work and materials from it should never be made available except by instructors using the accompanying text in their classes. All recipients of this work are expected to abide by these restrictions and to honor the intended pedagogical purposes and the needs of other instructors who rely on these materials. Pearson Education North Asia Ltd. Here is my best advice, based on over thirty years of observing students learning organic chemistry: Hint 1: Do the problems.
It seems straightforward, but humans, including students, try to take the easy way out until they discover there is no short-cut. Usually your teacher professor or teaching assistant will recommend certain ones; try to do all those recommended. If you do half of them, you will be half-prepared at test time.
Avoid looking at my answer before you write your answer-your trying and struggling with the problem is the most valuable part of the problem. Discovery is a major part of learning. Remember that the primary goal of doing these problems is not just getting the right answer, but understanding the material well enough to get right answers to the questions you haven't seen yet.
Hint 2: Keep up. Getting behind in your work in a course that moves as quickly as this one is the Kiss of Death. For most students, organic chemistry is the most rigorous intellectual challenge they have faced so far in their studies. Some are taken by surprise at the diligence it requires. Don't think that you can study all of the material the couple of days before the exam-well, you can, but you won't pass. Hint 3: Get help when you need it. Use your teacher's office hours when you have difficulty.
Many schools have tutoring centers in which organic chemistry is a popular offering. Here's a secret: absolutely the best way to cement this material in your brain is to get together with a few of your fellow students and make up problems for each other, then correct and discuss them. When you write the problems, you will gain great insight into what this is all about.
First, I can't do your studying for you. Second, since I am not leaning over your shoulder as you write your answers, I can't give you direct feedback on what you write and think-the print medium is limited in its usefulness.
What I can do for you is: I provide correct answers; the publishers, Professor Wade, Professor Kantorowski my reviewer , and I have gone to great lengths to assure that what I have written is correct, for we all understand how it can shake a student's confidence to discover that the answer book flubbed up; 2 provide a considerable degree of rigor; beyond the fundamental requirement of correctness, I have tried to flesh out these answers, being complete but succinct; 3 provide insight into how to solve a problem and into where the sticky intellectual points are.
Insight is the toughest to accomplish, but over the years, I have come to understand where students have trouble, so I have tried to anticipate your questions and to add enough detail so that the concept, as well as the answer, is clear.
It is difficult for students to understand or acknowledge that their teachers are human some are more human than others. Since I am human despite what my students might report , I can and do make mistakes. If there are mistakes in this book, they are my sole responsibility, and I am sorry.
Nip it in the bud. What's New in this edition? Better answers! Part of my goal in this edition has been to add more explanatory material to clarify how to arrive at the answer. The possibility of more than one answer to a problem has been noted. Better graphics! In drawing NMR spectra, representational line drawings have replaced rudimentary attempts at drawing peaks from previous editions. Better jokes? Too much to hope for. Two essential web sites providing spectra are listed on the bottom of p.
Acknowledgments No project of this scope is ever done alone. These are team efforts, and there are several people who have assisted and facilitated in one fashion or another who deserve my thanks. Professor L. He has gone to extraordinary lengths to make the textbook as clear, organized, informative and insightful as possible.
He has solicited and followed my suggestions on his text, and his comments on my solutions have been perceptive and valuable. We agreed early on that our primary goal is to help the students learn a fascinating and challenging subject, and all of our efforts have been directed toward that goal. I have appreciated our collaboration.
My new colleague, Dr. Eric Kantorowski, has reviewed the entire manuscript for accuracy and style. His diligence, attention to detail and chemical wisdom have made this a better manual.
Eric stands on the shoulders of previous reviewers who scoured earlier editions for errors: Jessica Gilman, Dr. Kristen Meisenheimer, and Dr. Dan Mattern.
Richard King has offered numerous suggestions on how to clarify murky explanations. I am grateful to them all. The people at Prentice-Hall have made this project possible. Good books would not exist without their dedication, professionalism, and experience. We, the users of sophisticated software like ChemDraw, are the beneficiaries of the intelligence and creativity of the people in the computer industry. We are fortunate that they are so smart.
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