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Acid-base chemistry can be used to tie together the range of reaction types needed to establish an understanding of organic chemistry. With this in mind, the author offers an alternative pedagogic approach built around a unifying theme rather than rely on the functional group approach taken with most organic chemistry instruction. This makes the material more practical and consequently, more memorable. The book delves into structure, nomenclature, and properties, and covers bonding, organometallic reagents, isomers, nucleophiles and electrophiles, chirality, simple aromatic compounds, acyl addition and substitution, difunctional molecules, and pericyclic reactions.