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  • Very nice review! A must for all chemists. A key part of the chemical discussion that does not get covered in a classroom context: what compounds should a chemist know? Obviously, we can't know all the compounds (unless autistic), but we can't know none either. I highly recommend this to chemists young and old. Read it like the Sunday comics.
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