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All chemists have done many more problems on paper than they have in the flask or the test-tube - one of the things you learn when you do practical projects or research is that it takes an enormous amount of time to elicit a very small piece of  information.

To learn organic chemistry thoroughly I think there is no better way than doing lots of problems. I used to do them on the train going in to University; they can be done anywhere. Do as many as you can, as often as you can, and soon you will be able to do them in your head. Then you will know the organic!

These problems (and I shall keep adding to them - please be patient) come from many sources - books, examinations, ones of my own invention. Some I have been using for so long that I cannot now remember their origins, but I am grateful to all those who invented them in the first place. There is nothing much original here, just lots of practice.


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