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Organic Chemistry By John E. McMurry

Organic Chemistry
by John E. McMurry

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Organic Chemistry by John E. McMurry

Functional groups and reaction mechanisms are used as organizing principles in this text. The book's primary organization is by functional group, beginning with the simple and progressing to the complex. Within this organization, the author emphasizes the fundamental mechanistic similarities of reactions. This third edition includes new problems, bringing the total number of problems to more than 1,650, and the full-colour design incorporates a new colour palette that is used pedagogically consistently in chemical formulas, in chemical structures, and in the artwork.

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Table of Contents

Structure and bonding; Bonding and molecular properties; The nature of organic compounds: alkanes and cycloalkanes; Steriochemistry of alkanes and cyclyalkanes; An overview of organic reations; Alkenes: structure and reactivity; Alkenes: reactions and synthesis; Alkynes; Stereochemistry; Alkyl halides; Reactions of alkyl halides: nucleophilic substitutions and eliminations; Structure determination: mass spectroscopy and infrared spectroscopy; Structure determination: nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; Conjugated dienes and ultraviolet spectroscopy; Benzene and aromaticity; Chemistry of benzene: electrophilic aromatic substitution; Alcohols and thiols; Ethers, expoxides, and sulfides; Aldehydes and ketones: nucleophilic addition reactions; Carboxylic acids; Carboxylic acid derivatives and nucleophilic acyl substitution reactions; Carbonyl alpha-substitution reactions; Carbonyl condensation reactions; Carbohydrates, Alophatic amines; Arylamines and phenols; Amino acids, peptides, and proteins; Lipids; Heterocycles and nucleic acids; Orbitals and organic cnemistry: pericyclic reactions; Synthetic polymers.

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Organic Chemistry by John E. McMurry
John E. McMurry
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Cengage Learning, Inc
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