A classic textbook on mechanistic organic chemistry which is characterised particularly by its clarity, careful choice of examples and its general approach that is designed to lead to a ready understanding of the subject matter.
Author: Peter Sykes
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A classic textbook on mechanistic organic chemistry which is characterised particularly by its clarity, careful choice of examples and its general approach that is designed to lead to a ready understanding of the subject matter. This guidebook is aimed clearly at the needs of the student, with a thorough understanding of, and provision for, the potential conceptual difficulties he or she is likely to encounter.
That theme is repeated with the examples. Insightful explanations have been included with the mechanisms. This book will be a valuable resource for reviewing for an exam, solving problems, or studying for the MCAT.
Author: Peter Wepplo
Publisher: Curved Arrow Press
A Handbook to Organic Chemistry Mechanisms is designed to accompany a standard organic chemistry textbook. The book presents complete mechanisms, start to finish, without any steps skipped or left out. The mechanisms have been carefully written to show each step in a logical and easy to follow format. Students have enthusiastically attested to the ease with which they could understand the mechanisms. Reaction mechanisms are one of the most challenging aspects of organic chemistry. This book is derived from Part D of A Guide to Organic Chemistry Mechanisms. That book is a guided inquiry workbook that shows students how to study and enables them to learn reaction mechanisms. Student knowledge is increased step by step by completing mechanisms at easy, moderate, and textbook levels of difficulty. A Handbook to Organic Chemistry Mechanisms also relies on example-based teaching. Chemical reactions can be learned in context, the way infants learn. Learning reactions from rules is difficult when there are many exceptions. Substitution and elimination reactions are noteworthy due to the number of conditions that must be accounted for. With example-based teaching, you can deduce the importance that stereochemistry, structure, solvent, leaving group, charge, basicity, or nucleophilicity may have on a reaction. A Handbook to Organic Chemistry Mechanisms has been designed with the principle that our brains are pattern-matching machines. Therefore, an emphasis has been placed upon the patterns of reactions. Each chapter represents a basic mechanistic theme. That theme is repeated with the examples. Insightful explanations have been included with the mechanisms. This book will be a valuable resourcefor reviewing for an exam, solving problems, or studying for the MCAT.
Author: Peter Sykes
Publisher: Longman Scientific and Technical
"This book marks a significantly different approach to the subject. It has been designed specifically to offer a simpler and less sophisticated treatment of organic reaction mechanisms than that to be found in the Guidebook. It is based on three underlying principles: that there are three types of reaction - substitution, addition and elimination; that there are three types of reagent - nucleophiles, electrophiles and radicals; and that there are two effects - electronic and steric - through which the behaviour of a particular atom or group can be influenced by the rest of the molecule of which it is a constituent part." "A Primer to Mechanism in Organic Chemistry is an essential resource for first- and second-year chemistry undergraduates and particularly, though not exclusively, those not then proceeding to further chemical study. It is also a useful reference for sixth-form students."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Designed for the senior undergraduates, this book gives entries of most of the important organic reactions, together with a critical examination of the evidence leading to the accepted mechanisms.
Author: S M Mukherji
Designed for the senior undergraduates, this book gives entries of most of the important organic reactions, together with a critical examination of the evidence leading to the accepted mechanisms. It attempts to bridge the gap between an elementary treatm
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Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
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This Revised Edition Includes Several New Topics To Make The Treatment More Comprehensive And Contemporary.
Author: P S Kalsi
Publisher: New Age International
This Revised Edition Includes Several New Topics To Make The Treatment More Comprehensive And Contemporary. The Exposition In Several Chapters Has Also Been Recast To Facilitate An Easier Understanding Of The Subject. * Molecular Orbital And Bonding Thoroughly Explained. * Resonance Structures And Allylic Systems Included. * Organic Acids And Bases Explained In Detail With Additional Examples. * Discussion Of Organic Reactions Considerably Expanded. * Various Additional Dimensions Of Photochemistry Highlighted. * A New Chapter On Special Topics Included.With Its Clear And Systematic Presentation, This Is An Essential Text For B.Sc. And M.Sc. Chemistry Students.
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Author: John W. Lehman
Publisher: Prentice Hall
This practical guide to the core operations in the organic lab gives an excellent selection of clever microscale experiments, enabling users to have an excellent resource that encourages scientific problem-solving. The unique problem-solving approach given in this guide encourages readers to master major lab operations, explaining why they are carried out the way they are. Readers will understand each scientific problem, formulate a meaningful hypothesis, and then solve the problem. Sections on qualitative organic analysis and basic operations such as glassware use, conducting chemical reactions, washing and drying operations, purification operations, measuring, and instrumental analyses round out this handy reference work. The extensive appendices, bibliography, and basic operations sections make this an excellent desktop resource for organic chemists and other lab technicians.
Author: United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Library Systems Branch
Includes the monographic collection of the 28 libraries comprising the Library System of the Environmental Protection Agency.