Mitchell Malachowski is professor of chemistry at the University of San Diego, where he teaches courses in organic chemistry, organic
synthesis, and medicinal chemistry.
The laboratories are located at the Singapore-based life science hub Biopolis and include expertise in analytical chemistry, organic
chemistry, biochemistry and cell biology.
We are deeply grateful to the following sponsors: Canadian Society for Chemistry; CIC Chemical Education Trust Fund; the following CIC Subject Divisions: Analytical Chemistry, Biological/Medicinal Chemistry, Chemical Education, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic
Chemistry and Surface Science; Ryerson University's dean, faculty of engineering and applied science; department of chemistry biology and chemical engineering; continuing education; office for co-operative education.
Appealing to a broad audience of students, instructors and researchers in a variety of disciplines, including polymer chemistry, analytical chemistry, organic
chemistry, engineering materials and textiles, the author's text features accessibility and extreme detail in its coverage of the basic concepts, theories, models and experimental techniques for polymer solutions, according to the publisher.
According to the 2000 ISI Journal Citation Reports data, out of 48 journals in organic chemistry, Organic
Letters' impact factor is 3.
His students and successors who are working at present in theoretical chemistry, organic
chemistry, biochemistry, and molecular biology always keep in mind the basic concepts of fundamentals of the chemical reaction.
He teaches general and organic chemistry, organic
spectroscopy, and graduate courses on several organic topics.
Asymmetric Synthesis of Natural Products, 2nd Edition will find a place on the bookshelves of advanced undergraduates and postgraduates working in natural products chemistry, organic
synthesis, medicinal chemistry and drug discovery.
01 Chemistry (Profiles: Physical Chemistry, Organic
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