Chemistry of the Carbonyl GroupChemistry of the Carbonyl Group



Teaches and enables students to build confidence in drawing and manipulating curly arrows, a fundamental skill for all organic chemists This book is an interactive approach to learning about chemistry of the carbonyl group—inviting ...

Author: Timothy K. Dickens

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119459569

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Page: 184

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Teaches and enables students to build confidence in drawing and manipulating curly arrows, a fundamental skill for all organic chemists This book is an interactive approach to learning about chemistry of the carbonyl group—inviting students to work through its pages with pencil and paper in hand. It educates with the belief that the most effective way to learn is by practice and interaction. With this in mind, the reader is asked to predict what would happen under a specific set of reaction conditions. The book is divided into frames: each frame poses a question and invites the reader to predict what will happen. Subsequent frames give the solution but then pose more questions to develop a theme further. Chemistry of the Carbonyl Group: A Programmed Approach to Organic Reaction Mechanisms, Revised Edition provides a solid grounding in the fundamental reactions of carbonyls. Presented in full colour to enhance the understanding of mechanisms within chemistry, the chapters of this step-by-step guide cover: nucleophilic addition to the carbonyl group; nucleophilic substitution; nucleophilic substitution at the carbonyl group with complete removal of carbonyl oxygen; carbanions and enolisation; and building organic molecules from carbonyl compounds. A must-have book for undergraduate chemists to emphasise understanding in carbonyl group chemistry Goes through all the stages of basic carbonyl chemistry, detailing even the simplest mechanisms A step-by-step learning guide to synthetic chemistry for the first year of a chemistry degree, with all the information needed for independent learning Provides a solid grounding in the fundamental reactions of carbonyls which will inform the understanding of many other organic chemistry reactions Chemistry of the Carbonyl Group: A Programmed Approach to Organic Reaction Mechanisms - Revised Edition is packed with all the information on synthetic chemistry that every first-year student will need in order to learn independently.

Chemistry of the Carbonyl Group Programmed Approach to Organic Reaction MethodChemistry of the Carbonyl Group Programmed Approach to Organic Reaction Method



Students pursuing careers in organic chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology, and biomedical research will find this book to be an invaluable aid throughout the course of their studies.

Author: Stuart Warren

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

ISBN: UOM:39015035226698

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Page: 122

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Understand the logic, mechanisms, and reactions of carbonyl chemistry Chemistry of the Carbonyl Group offers organic chemistry students with the opportunity to delve deeper into this important moiety. A mechanism-heavy approach promotes real understanding over memorization, and the discussion provides sufficient detail and depth for self-teaching. Beginning simply, each new chapter adds new complexity while integrating what came before, helping students follow and work within the logic of carbonyl chemistry. Students pursuing careers in organic chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology, and biomedical research will find this book to be an invaluable aid throughout the course of their studies.
V. 1. General and theoretical aspects of the carbonyl group / G. Berthier and J. Serre -- Carbonyl-forming oxidations / C.F. Cullis and A. Fish -- Formation of carbonyl groups in hydrolytic reactions / Pentti Salomaa -- Formation of aldehydes and ketones from carboxylic acids and their derivatives / Reynold. C. Fuson -- Formation of ketones and aldehydes by acylation, formylation and some related processes / D.P.N. Satchell and R.S. Satchell -- Carbonyl syntheses through organometallics / Michael Cais and Asher Mandelbaum -- Biological formation and reactions of carbonyl groups / Frank Eisenberg -- Chemical and physical methods of analysis / J. Gordon Hanna -- Basicity of carbonyl compounds / V.A. Palm, U.L. Haldna and A.J. Talvik -- Oxidation of aldehydes by transition metals / Jan Rocek -- Reduction of carbonyl groups / Owen H. Wheeler -- Condensations leading to double bonds / Richard L. Reeves -- Reactions of carbonyl groups with organometallic compounds / Theophil Eicher -- Decarbonylation / W.M. Schubert and Robert Roy Kintner -- Rearrangements involving the carbonyl group / Clair J. Collins and Jerome F. Eastham -- Photochemistry of ketones and aldehydes / J.N. Pitts and J.K.S. Wan -- Thioketones / E. Campaigne -- v. 2. Equilibrium additions to carbonyl compounds / Yoshiro Ogata and Atsushi Kawasaki -- Oxidation of aldehydes and ketones / Herbert S. Verter -- Enolization / S. Forsén and M. Nilsson -- Oxocarbons and their reactions / Robert West and Joseph Niu -- Mass spectrometry of carbonyl compounds / J. H. Bowie -- Radiation chemistry of ketones and aldehydes / Gordon R. Freeman.

Core Carbonyl ChemistryCore Carbonyl Chemistry



This Primer deals, in a brisk manner within a modern mechanistic framework, with the chemistry of the carbonyl group as found in aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acid derivatives.

Author: John Jones

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780198559597

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Page: 86

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The carbonyl group is the commonest functional unit of organic chemistry and a thorough understanding of its reactivity is fundamental for organic synthesis. It appears in many classes of compound, of which aldehydes, ketones, and carboxylic acid derivatives are the most important. This Primer covers the chemistry of these classes within an up-to-date mechanistic framework which embraces reactions with simple nucleophiles (hydration, acetal formation, and condensation with aminonucleophiles); enols and enolates; and their reactions with electrophiles, including alkylating agents and carbonyl groups. Core Carbonyl Chemistry is central to organic chemistry and will be invaluable to students taking chemistry or biochemistry courses at University.

The Chemistry of Carbonyl Group Part 3 Volume 2The Chemistry of Carbonyl Group Part 3 Volume 2



An indispensible resource for the organic chemist, this is the most comprehensive reference available in functional group chemistry.

Author: Saul Patai

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822023867153

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Page: 428

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The most complete resource in functional group chemistry Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups is one of chemistry's landmark book series in organic chemistry. An indispensible resource for the organic chemist, this is the most comprehensive reference available in functional group chemistry. Founded in 1964 by the late Professor Saul Patai, the aim of Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups is to cover all the aspects of the chemistry of an important functional group in each volume, with the emphasis not only on the functional group but on the whole molecule.

Modern Carbonyl ChemistryModern Carbonyl Chemistry



In this work internationally renowned experts and leaders in the field have surveyed recent aspects and modern features in carbonyl chemistry, such as cascade-reactions, one-pot-syntheses, recognition, or site differentiation.

Author: Junzo Otera

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9783527613274

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Page: 632

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The carbonyl group is undoubtedly one of the most important functional groups in organic chemistry, both in its role as reactive center for synthesis or derivatisation and as crucial feature for special structural or physiological properties. Vast and profound progress has been made in all aspects modern carbonyl chemistry. These achievements are, however, rather dispersed in the literature and it is often not easy for the researcher obtain a comprehensive overview of a relevant topic. Modern Carbonyl Chemistry overcomes this inconvenience by collating the information for appropriate themes. In this work internationally renowned experts and leaders in the field have surveyed recent aspects and modern features in carbonyl chemistry, such as cascade-reactions, one-pot-syntheses, recognition, or site differentiation.

Chemistry of the Carbonyl GroupChemistry of the Carbonyl Group



In Chemistry of the Carbonyl Group, five chemical reactions are explored. These are nucleophilic addition, nucleophilic substitution, ...

Author: Timothy K. Dickens

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119459552

Category:

Page: 184

View: 397

Teaches and enables students to build confidence in drawing and manipulating curly arrows, a fundamental skill for all organic chemists This book is an interactive approach to learning about chemistry of the carbonyl group—inviting students to work through its pages with pencil and paper in hand. It educates with the belief that the most effective way to learn is by practice and interaction. With this in mind, the reader is asked to predict what would happen under a specific set of reaction conditions. The book is divided into frames: each frame poses a question and invites the reader to predict what will happen. Subsequent frames give the solution but then pose more questions to develop a theme further. Chemistry of the Carbonyl Group: A Programmed Approach to Organic Reaction Mechanisms, Revised Edition provides a solid grounding in the fundamental reactions of carbonyls. Presented in full colour to enhance the understanding of mechanisms within chemistry, the chapters of this step-by-step guide cover: nucleophilic addition to the carbonyl group; nucleophilic substitution; nucleophilic substitution at the carbonyl group with complete removal of carbonyl oxygen; carbanions and enolisation; and building organic molecules from carbonyl compounds. A must-have book for undergraduate chemists to emphasise understanding in carbonyl group chemistry Goes through all the stages of basic carbonyl chemistry, detailing even the simplest mechanisms A step-by-step learning guide to synthetic chemistry for the first year of a chemistry degree, with all the information needed for independent learning Provides a solid grounding in the fundamental reactions of carbonyls which will inform the understanding of many other organic chemistry reactions Chemistry of the Carbonyl Group: A Programmed Approach to Organic Reaction Mechanisms - Revised Edition is packed with all the information on synthetic chemistry that every first-year student will need in order to learn independently.

The Chemistry of Carbonyl Groups Volume 1The Chemistry of Carbonyl Groups Volume 1



An indispensible resource for the organic chemist, this is the most comprehensive reference available in functional group chemistry.

Author: Saul Patai

Publisher: Wiley

ISBN: 0470669209

Category:

Page: 1027

View: 319

The most complete resource in functional group chemistry Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups is one of chemistry's landmark book series in organic chemistry. An indispensible resource for the organic chemist, this is the most comprehensive reference available in functional group chemistry. Founded in 1964 by the late Professor Saul Patai, the aim of Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups is to cover all the aspects of the chemistry of an important functional group in each volume, with the emphasis not only on the functional group but on the whole molecule.

The Chemistry of Carbonyl Groups Volume 1The Chemistry of Carbonyl Groups Volume 1



... 66 Valence-bond structures for carbonyl group 39, 41 Vanadium (v) oxidation
with 494—496 Van't Hoff-LeBel model ... 610 inductive effect on 574 light-
promoted 610 mechanism 572-577 modified 580 scope 577-580 stereochemistry
572, ...

Author: Saul Saul Patai

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ISBN: UCLA:L0065441271

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Page: 1027

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V. 1. General and theoretical aspects of the carbonyl group / G. Berthier and J. Serre -- Carbonyl-forming oxidations / C.F. Cullis and A. Fish -- Formation of carbonyl groups in hydrolytic reactions / Pentti Salomaa -- Formation of aldehydes and ketones from carboxylic acids and their derivatives / Reynold. C. Fuson -- Formation of ketones and aldehydes by acylation, formylation and some related processes / D.P.N. Satchell and R.S. Satchell -- Carbonyl syntheses through organometallics / Michael Cais and Asher Mandelbaum -- Biological formation and reactions of carbonyl groups / Frank Eisenberg -- Chemical and physical methods of analysis / J. Gordon Hanna -- Basicity of carbonyl compounds / V.A. Palm, U.L. Haldna and A.J. Talvik -- Oxidation of aldehydes by transition metals / Jan Rocek -- Reduction of carbonyl groups / Owen H. Wheeler -- Condensations leading to double bonds / Richard L. Reeves -- Reactions of carbonyl groups with organometallic compounds / Theophil Eicher -- Decarbonylation / W.M. Schubert and Robert Roy Kintner -- Rearrangements involving the carbonyl group / Clair J. Collins and Jerome F. Eastham -- Photochemistry of ketones and aldehydes / J.N. Pitts and J.K.S. Wan -- Thioketones / E. Campaigne -- v. 2. Equilibrium additions to carbonyl compounds / Yoshiro Ogata and Atsushi Kawasaki -- Oxidation of aldehydes and ketones / Herbert S. Verter -- Enolization / S. Forsén and M. Nilsson -- Oxocarbons and their reactions / Robert West and Joseph Niu -- Mass spectrometry of carbonyl compounds / J. H. Bowie -- Radiation chemistry of ketones and aldehydes / Gordon R. Freeman.