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Summary: Orgo 1 Study Guide!

Here's a comprehensive review of everything in basic Organic Chemistry 1 at the undergraduate level. This is from SUNY Binghamton curriculum, which might be slightly different from other curricula, but I believe this is at least the core of what you'll need to know. There's a bunch of practice problems and a table of contents and glossary of terms (highlighted in yellow) coming soon, contact me for that! Have fun :)))

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Organic Chemistry
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Robert C. Atkins, Francis A. Carey
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