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Organic mechanisms : reactions, stereochemistry and synthesis [Monograph]
Bruckner, R. \ Harmata, M. \ 2010
organic chemistry - chemical reactions - polymers - stereochemistry - synthesis - Organic compounds Synthesis

This English edition of a best-selling and award-winning German textbook Reaction Mechanisms: Organic Reactions * Stereochemistry * Modern Synthetic Methods is aimed at those who desire to learn organic chemistry through an approach that is facile to understand and easily committed to memory. Michael Harmata, Norman Rabjohn Distinguished Professor of Organic Chemistry (University of Missouri) surveyed the accuracy of the translation, made certain contributions, and above all adapted its rationalizations to those prevalent in the organic chemistry community in the English-speaking world. Throughout the book fundamental and advanced reaction mechanisms are presented with meticulous precision. The systematic use of red "electron-pushing arrows" allows students to follow each transformation elementary step by elementary step. Mechanisms are not only presented in the traditional contexts of rate laws and substituent effects but, whenever possible, are illustrated using practical, useful and state-of-the-art reactions. The abundance of stereoselective reactions included in the treatise makes the reader familiar with key concepts of stereochemistry. The fundamental topics of the book address the needs of upper-level undergraduate students, while its advanced sections are intended for graduate-level audiences. Accordingly, this book is an essential learning tool for students and a unique addition to the reference desk of practicing organic chemists, who as life-long learners desire to keep abreast of both fundamental and applied aspects of our science.


Used in course: ORC-30806 Structure and Reactivity
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Undergraduate instrumental analysis [Monograph] - 6th ed. / James W. Robinson, Eileen M. Skelly Frame, George M. Frame II
Robinson, J.W. \ Frame, E.M.S. \ Frame, G.M. \ cop. 2005
analytical methods - spectroscopy - chromatography - thermal analysis - textbooks - analytical chemistry - electroanalytical analysis - Instrumental analysis

Completely rewritten, revised, and updated, this Sixth Edition reflects the latest technologies and applications in spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, and chromatography. It illustrates practices and methods specific to each major chemical analytical technique while showcasing innovations and trends currently impacting the field. Many of the chapters have been individually reviewed by teaching professors and include descriptions of the fundamental principles underlying each technique, demonstrations of the instrumentation, and new problem sets and suggested experiments appropriate to the topic. Table of contents Concepts of Instrumental Analytical Chemistry. Introduction to Spectroscopy . Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy . Infrared Spectroscopy. Visible and Ultraviolet Molecular Spectroscopy. Atomic Absorption Spectrometry. Atomic Emission Spectroscopy. X-Ray Spectroscopy. Mass Spectrometry I: Principles and Instrumentation. Mass Spectrometry II: Spectral Intrepretation. Principles of Chromatography. Gas Chromatography. Chromatography with Liquid Mobile Phases. Surface Analysis. Electroanalytical Chemistry. Thermal Analysis.


Used in course: ORC-11806 Analytical Methods in Organic Chemistry; SOQ-33806 Environmental Analytical Techniques
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