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Enjoying organic chemistry, 1927-1987

Book Description
Egbert Havinga was a pioneer in understanding organic photochemistry who made creative and original contributions to the structure and photochemical mechanisms in the Vitamin D System. This Dutch chemist also made significant contributions to peptide and protein chemistry and stereochemistry.
Book Information
PublisherAmer Chemical Society
BindingPaperback (3 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages122
Publication Date/1991
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About Egbert Havinga (Author) : Egbert Havinga is a published author of children's books. Published credits of Egbert Havinga include Egbert Havinga : Enjoying Organic Chemistry 1927-1987 (Profiles, Pathways, and Dreams).
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