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Studying Organic Chemistry and General Chemistry

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Aug11-14, 04:08 AM
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Hello! Is it possible to study the organic chemistry without the firm knowledge of general chemistry? I took the general chemistry on last year and will take the organic chemistry on this Fall but I forgot the majority of topics from general chemistry....I heard that organic chemistry is quite independent of general chemistry but I am not sure about that...
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