This Hanouf. I'm undergraduate chemistry student. Actually,I need a hint to buy chemistry books. But I want an advice to figure out what's the best book for an independent chemist. So, would you mind to suggest some please?
Here is my list:
Organic chemistry heterocyclic compounds
I need books that I can move on alone with no help from teachers.
What do you think?!
OK, I can't speak for organic or kinetics (ACS President Elect Francisco almost killed me in kinetics in graduate school), but if you really want to learn Coord. Chemistry, give a look at Kettle's book Physical Inorganic Chemistry... It is an in depth treatment of CC, a good intro is Meislerr and Tarr, but Kettle is a real step up...