22 October 2005

I've decided that I need to relearn organic and biochemistry, so I can effectively teach it next semester in one of my classes. Turns out I'll be teaching three separate levels of chemistry clases in the spring: introductory chemistry, general chemistry, and organic/biochemistry. Because I've been teaching only introductory chemistry for the past 15 years or so, I've decided to do quite a bit of review between now and January. It starts now.

The book on the lower left is my original organic chemistry book, the third edition of Morrison & Boyd's classic text, published in 1973. I figure it's a good place to start.



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