The series of books within this encyclopaedia has been designed for the aid of students of chemistry in their practical engagement with the subject. These laboratory manuals, specifically diversified, depending upon the branch of chemistry the students deal with, have been so written so as to guide the students from a very basic level in their experiments with the subject.
Dealing with such various branches of chemistry as medicinal, polymer, synthetic, organometallic chemistry, etc., each of these texts has been well-updated, providing students with the latest in the experimental chemistry, enabling them to harbour a better idea of the research and development taking place in these disciplines. The detailed diagrams and illustrations, along with the clear, precise content of the texts should particularly enable the readers to gain greater insight into the way chemistry works in practice, apart from being a great referral to all.
It is hoped that the lucidity, depth and the well-researched contents of the books are appreciated by all. Any suggestions for further improvement would be most welcome.