I've asked this question once before but I'd like some more recommendations if you can please! I know that magazines are quite good but could you suggest some good books for wider reading that are suitable to be talked about in a personal statement. Personally, I really enjoy Organic Chemistry and would like to know what books I could read that would allow me to go further without confusing me during A level. It doesn't have to be Organic but I don't want to read something like "Why Chemical Reactions Happen?" and books that would be too difficult to understand.
Chemistry Wider Reading watch
- 23-06-2016 19:22
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- 25-06-2016 20:50
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- 29-06-2016 13:00
Clayden is good if you like orgo.