Textbook of Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry at Meripustak

Textbook of Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry

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    Author(s)Mohammed Ali
    BindingPaper Back
    Publish YearJanuary 2012


    CBS PUBLICATION Textbook of Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry by Mohammed Ali

    This book has primarily been written with the aim of meeting the needs and interests of under graduate students of pharmacy course according to the Education Regulation 1991 of the Pharmacy Council of India. The book is a concise form and will help the readers to a great extent. Organic chemistry students are often overwhelmed by the number of compounds and reactions. And they wonder whether they can learn all this material in a single year. But most of the-Organic Chemistry consists of a few basic principles and a large number of extensions and applications of those principles. Relatively little memorization is required if the students grasp each major concept and develops flexibility in applying that concept. How much a student learns depends on himself. The arrangement of the subject matter is based on medicinal properties. IUPAC nomenclature of drugs is stressed throughout the book and a separate chapter on common nomenclature is included to develop the students familiarity. Following the nomenclature. Brand names chemical structure properties uses adverse effects and official preparations of each drug are discussed. Synthetic procedures of Important-drugs are- mentioned. Storage conditions of each compound are described and a chapter concerning stability is presented.