Annual Reports On The Progress of Chemistry Section A - About The Annual Reports On The Progress of Chemistry Series

About The Annual Reports On The Progress of Chemistry Series

The Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry series of publications provides broad and critical coverage of the significant advances in the major contemporary areas of chemical science, published in three sections, on an annual basis. Section A covers inorganic chemistry; Section B organic chemistry and Section C physical chemistry. Each section is organised into short, easily accessible chapters written by those working in the field. A considerable depth of information is provided to help readers through the most recent literature on the advances in each genre.

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... The Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry series of publications provides broad and critical coverage of the significant advances in the major contemporary areas of chemical science ... Section A covers inorganic chemistry Section B organic chemistry and Section C physical chemistry ...

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