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Cliffs Quick Review Organic Chemistry I (97 Edition) - Study Notesby Frank (ed.) Pellegrini
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Dr. Frank Pellegrini has been a professor for over 35 years. His field of specialization is heterocyclic organic chemistry. He is the recipient of the State University of New York Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching. Currently he holds the rank of Professor of Organic Chemistry and Department Chair at SUNY Farmingdale. Other interests include photography, travel, and volunteer fire fighting.
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