25+ Organic Chemistry Books for Free! [PDF]

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In this post we will be sharing a select list of books on Organic Chemistry in PDF format.

Organic chemistry also known as carbon chemistry, is the branch of chemistry that is dedicated to the study of a vast range of molecules that have carbon in their composition, and which also form covalent bonds such as carbon-carbon and carbon-hydrogen, also known as organic compounds.

At first organic chemistry was confused with biochemistry, since the chemistry of life is based mainly on carbon chemistry. Since urea was first synthesized in a laboratory, and organic chemistry was shown to be essentially no different from ordinary chemistry, gigantic advances in both theory and methodology have been made, thousands of organic compounds have been synthesized and explained, and entire branches of the industry are based on organic chemical reactions.

Today, chemists consider organic compounds to be all those containing carbon and hydrogen, and other elements, the most common of which are oxygen, nitrogen, sulfur and halogens.

In our list you will find more than 25 books of Organic Chemistry in PDF format with complete and interesting information. In this list we have included books in Spanish and Portuguese for you to read in the language of your choice.

All the books are in the public domain or have been made available for free distribution.

Here we present our complete selection of Organic Chemistry books:

1) Organic Chemistry


Source: Enwikibooks

2) Principles of Organic Chemistry

H. P. Talbot

Source: Djm

3) Organic Molecules and Chemical Bonding

Robert C. Neuman, Jr

Source: University of California, Riverside

4) Instructor Supplemental Solutions to Problems

Marc Loudon; Joseph G. Stowell

Source: University of Wisconsin–Madison

5) Basics of Organic Chemistry and MechanismRevision for when you are Lost and Confused

Martin Wills

Source: Welcome to the University of Warwick

6) Organic Chemistry I

Andrew Rosen

Source: Tufts University

7) Organic Reactions - Summary For Use as a Study Guide


Source: Cal Poly Pomona

8) Chemistry 432 – Lecture Notes

University of Victoria

Source: University of Victoria

9) Organic Chemistry

Robert C. Neuman

Source: University of California

10) Fundamental Concepts of Organic Chemistry

Kaysons Education

Source: Kaysons Education

11) Organic Compounds: Alkanes

Mr. Kevin A. Boudreaux

Source: Angelo State University

12) Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry

National Informatics Centre

Source: National Informatics Centre

13) Organic Chemistry IReview: Highlights of Key Reactions, Mechanisms, and Principles

Minnesota State University Moorhead

Source: Minnesota State University Moorhead

14) Introduction. What is Organic Chemistry All About?


Source: Caltech.

15) As and A Level - Delivery Guide - Chemistry A

OCR - Oxford Cambridge and RSA

Source: OCR - Oxford Cambridge and RSA

16) An Introduction to Organic Chemistry

The University of Manchester

Source: The University of Manchester

17) Introduction to Organic Chemistry

SIUE - Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Source: SIUE - Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

18) Nomenclature in Organic Chemistry

L. D. Field

Source: The University of Sydney

19) Organic Chemistry IUPAC Nomenclature

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

Source: Kwantlen Polytechnic University

20) Organic Chemistry - An Introduction

The University of Texas at Austin

Source: The University of Texas at Austin

21) Isomerism


Source: Geometric Isomerism

22) Intro to Organic Chemistry: Alkanes

Laney College

Source: Laney College | Dream. Flourish. Succeed.

23) Scale of influence of substitution in organic electrolytes

Chester Harmon Allen

Source: Internet Archive

24) Methods of Arylation

Ruth Evelyn Merling

Source: Internet Archive

25) The synthesis of amido-acids

Burton B. Wilcox

Source: Internet Archive

26) Synthesis in the glyoxaline series

John R. Johnson

Source: Internet Archive

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