Bios Instant Notes in Organic Chemistry (Instant Notes Series) (2ND)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 357 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781859962640
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Instant Notes in Organic Chemistry, Second Edition, is the perfect text for undergraduates looking for a concise introduction to the subject, or a study guide to use before examinations. Each topic begins with a summary of essential facts an ideal revision checklist followed by a description of the subject that focuses on core information, with clear, simple diagrams that are easy for students to understand and recall in essays and exams.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            ix
Section A - Structure and bonding 1 (18)
A1 Atomic structure of carbon 1 (2)
A2 Covalent bonding and hybridization 3 (2)
A3 sp3 Hybridization 5 (3)
A4 sp2 Hybridization 8 (6)
A5 sp Hybridization 14 (3)
A6 Bonds and hybridized centers 17 (2)
Section B - Alkanes and cycloalkanes 19 (8)
B1 Definition 19 (1)
B2 Drawing structures 20 (2)
B3 Nomenclature 22 (5)
Section C - Functional groups 27 (18)
C1 Recognition of functional groups 27 (2)
C2 Aliphatic and aromatic functional groups 29 (1)
C3 Intermolecular bonding 30 (3)
C4 Properties and reactions 33 (2)
C5 Nomenclature of compounds with functional 35 (8)
groups
C6 Primary, secondary, tertiary and 43 (2)
quaternary nomenclature
Section D - Stereochemistry 45 (18)
D1 Constitutional isomers 45 (1)
D2 Configurational isomers - alkenes and 46 (3)
cycloalkanes
D3 Configurational isomers - optical isomers 49 (7)
D4 Conformational isomers 56 (7)
Section E - Nucleophiles and electrophiles 63 (10)
E1 Definition 63 (1)
E2 Charged species 64 (2)
E3 Neutral inorganic species 66 (3)
E4 Organic structures 69 (4)
Section F - Reactions and mechanisms 73 (6)
F1 Reactions 73 (2)
F2 Mechanisms 75 (4)
Section G - Acid-base reactions 79 (20)
G1 Brensted-Lowry acids and bases 79 (3)
G2 Acid strength 82 (6)
G3 Base strength 88 (6)
G4 Lewis acids and bases 94 (1)
G5 Enolates 95 (4)
Section H - Alkenes and alkynes 99 (36)
H1 Preparation of alkenes and alkynes 99 (2)
H2 Properties of alkenes and alkynes 101(4)
H3 Electrophilic addition to symmetrical 105(7)
alkenes
H4 Electrophilic addition to unsymmetrical 112(3)
alkenes
H5 Carbocation stabilization 115(2)
H6 Reduction and oxidation of alkenes 117(4)
H7 Hydroboration of alkenes 121(3)
H8 Electrophilic additions to alkynes 124(3)
H9 Reduction of alkynes 127(2)
H10 Alkylation of terminal alkynes 129(2)
H11 Conjugated dienes 131(4)
Section I - Aromatic chemistry 135(32)
I1 Aromaticity
I2 Preparation and properties 137(2)
I3 Electrophilic substitutions of benzene 139(8)
I4 Synthesis of mono-substituted benzenes 147(3)
I5 Electrophilic substitutions of 150(10)
mono-substituted aromatic rings
I6 Synthesis of di- and tri-substituted 160(4)
benzenes
I7 Oxidation and reduction 164(3)
Section J - Aldehydes and ketones 167(38)
J1 Preparation 167(2)
J2 Properties 169(4)
J3 Nucleophilic addition 173(2)
J4 Nucleophilic addition - charged 175(6)
nucleophiles
J5 Electronic and steric effects 181(3)
J6 Nucleophilic addition - nitrogen 184(3)
nucleophiles
J7 Nucleophilic addition - oxygen and sulfur 187(4)
nucleophiles
J8 Reactions of enolate ions 191(7)
J9 α-Halogenation 198(2)
J10 Reduction and oxidation 200(2)
J11 α,β-Unsaturated aldehydes and 202(3)
ketones
Section K - Carboxylic acids and carboxylic 205(34)
acid derivatives
K1 Structure and properties 205(4)
K2 Nucleophilic substitution 209(4)
K3 Reactivity 213(4)
K4 Preparations of carboxylic acids 217(2)
K5 Preparations of carboxylic acid 219(5)
derivatives
K6 Reactions 224(10)
K7 Enolate reactions 234(5)
Section L - Alkyl halides 239(24)
L1 Preparation and physical properties of 239(3)
alkyl halides
L2 Nucleophilic substitution 242(5)
L3 Factors affecting SN2 versus SN1 reactions 247(5)
L4 Elimination 252(4)
L5 Elimination versus substitution 256(2)
L6 Reactions of alkyl halides 258(3)
L7 Organometallic reactions 261(2)
Section M - Alcohols, phenols, and thiols 263(20)
M1 Preparation of alcohols 263(1)
M2 Preparation of phenols 264(2)
M3 Properties of alcohols and phenols 266(4)
M4 Reactions of alcohols 270(7)
M5 Reactionァ of phenols 277(4)
M6 Chemistry of thiols 281(2)
Section N - Ethers, epoxides, and thioethers 283(12)
N1 Preparation of ethers, epoxides, and 283(3)
thioethers
N2 Properties of ethers, epoxides, and 286(3)
thioethers
N3 Reactions of ethers, epoxides, and 289(6)
thioethers
Section O - Amines and nitriles 295(20)
O1 Preparation of amines 295(4)
O2 Properties of amines 299(6)
O3 Reactions of amines 305(6)
O4 Chemistry of nitriles 311(4)
Section P - Organic spectroscopy and analysis 315(32)
P1 Spectroscopy 315(2)
P2 Visible and ultra violet spectroscopy 317(5)
P3 Infra-red spectroscopy 322(2)
P4 Proton nuclear magnetic resonance 324(15)
spectroscopy
P5 13C nuclear magnetic resonance 339(3)
spectroscopy
P6 Mass spectroscopy 342(5)
Further reading 347(2)
Index 349