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A Student-Centered Approach to Learning and Studying Organic Chemistry.
Wade & Simek’s Ninth Edition of Organic Chemistry presents key principles of organic chemistry in the context of fundamental reasoning and problem solving. Authored to complement how students use a textbook today, new Problem Solving Strategies, Partially Solved Problems, Visual Reaction Guides and Reaction Starbursts encourage students to use the text before class as a primary introduction to organic chemistry as well as a comprehensive study tool for working problems and/or preparing for exams. With unparalleled and highly refined pedagogy, this Ninth edition gives students a contemporary overview of organic principles and the tools for organizing and understanding reaction mechanisms and synthetic organic chemistry.
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Chapter 1 Introduction 1-1 The Spectroscopic Approach to Structure Determination 1-2 Contributions of Different Forms of Spectroscopy 1-3 The Electromagnetic Spectrum 1-4 Molecular Weight and Molecular Formula 1-5 Structural Isomers and Stereoisomers Problems Part I NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY Chapter 2 Introduction 2-1 Magnetic Properties of Nuclei 2-2 The Chemical Shift 2-3 Excitation and Relaxation 2-4 Pulsed Experiments 2-5 The Coupling Constant 2-6 Quantification and Complex Splitting 2-7 Commonly Studied Nuclides 2-8 Dynamic Effects 2-9 Spectra of Solids 2-10 Experimental Methods Problems Tips on Solving NMR Problems Bibliography Chapter 3 The Chemical Shift 3-1 Factors That Influence Proton Shifts 3-2 Proton Chemical Shifts and Structure 3-3 Medium and Isotope Effects 3-4 Factors That Influence Carbon Shirts 3-5 Carbon Chemical Shifts and Structure 3-6 Tables of Chemical Shifts Problems Further Tips on Solving NMR Problems Bibliography Chapter 4 The Coupling Constant 4-1 First-Order Spectra 4-2 Chemical and Magnetic Equivalence 4-3 Signs and Mechanisms 4-4 Couplings over One Bond 4-5 Geminal Couplings 4-6 Vicinal Couplings 4-7 Long-Range Couplings 4-8 Spectral Analysis 4-9 Second-Order Spectra 4-10 Tables of Coupling Constants Problems Bibliography Chapter 5 Further Topics in One-Dimensional NMR 5-1 Spin-Lattice and Spin-Spin Relaxation 5-2 Reactions on the NMR Time Scale 5-3 Multiple Resonance 5-4 The Nuclear Overhauser Effect 5-5 Spectral Editing 5-6 Sensitivity Enhancement 5-7 Carbon Connectivity 5-8 Phase Cycling, Composite Pulses, and Shaped Pulses Problems Bibliography Chapter 6 Two-Dimensional NMR 6-1 Proton-Proton Correlation Through Coupling 6-2 Proton-Heteronucleus Correlation 6-3 Proton-Proton Correlation Through Space or Chemical Exchange 6-4 Carbon-Carbon Correlation 6-5 Higher Dimensions 6-6 Pulsed Field Gradients 6-7 Summary of Two-Dimensional Methods Problems Bibliography Part II MASS SPECTROMETRY Chapter 7 Instrumentation and Theory 7-1 Introduction 7-2 Ionization Methods 7-3 Mass Analysis 7-4 Sample Preparation Chapter 8 Ion Activation and Fragmentation 8-1 Basic Principles 8-2 Methods and Energetics 8-3 Functional Groups Chapter 9 Structural Analysis 9-1 Molecular Weights 9-2 Molecular Formula 9-3 Structures from Fragmentation Patterns 9-4 Polymers Chapter 10 Quantitative Applications 10-1 Quantification of Analytes 10-2 Thermochemistry Part III VIBRATIONAL SPECTROSCOPY Chapter 11 Introduction 11-1 Introduction 11-2 Vibrations of Molecules 11-3 Infrared and Raman Spectra 11-4 Units and Notation 11-5 Infrared Spectra: Dispersive and Fourier Transform 11-6 Sampling Methods for Infrared Transmission Spectra 11-7 Raman Spectroscopy 11-8 Raman Sampling Methods 11-9 Depolarization Measurements 11-10 Infrared Reflection Spectroscopy Problems Bibliography Chapter 12 Group Frequencies 12-1 Introduction 12-2 Factors Affecting Group Frequencies 12-3 Infrared Group Frequencies 12-4 Raman Group Frequencies 12-5 Preliminary Analysis 12-6 The CH Stretching Region (3340-2700 cm-1) 12-7 The Carbonyl Stretching Region (1850-1650 cm-1) 12-8 Aromatic Compounds 12-9 Compounds Containing Methyl Groups 12-10 Compounds Containing Methylene Groups 12-11 Unsaturated Compounds 12-12 Compounds Containing Oxygen 12-13 Compounds Containing Nitrogen 12-14 Compounds Containing Phosphorus and Sulfur 12-15 Heterocyclic Compounds 12-16 Compounds Containing Halogens 12-17 Boron, Silicon, Tin, Lead, and Mercury Compounds 12-18 Isotopically Labeled Compounds 12-19 Using the Literature on Vibrational Spectroscopy Problems Bibliography Part IV ELECTRONIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY Chapter 13 Introduction and Experimental Methods 13-1 Introduction 13-2 Measurement of Ultraviolet-Visible Light Absorption 13-3 Quantitative Measurements 13-4 Electronic Transitions 13-5 Experimental Aspects Problems Bibliography Chapter 14 Structural Analysis 14-1 Isolated Chromophores 14-2 Conjugated Chromophores 14-3 Aromatic Compounds 14-4 Important Naturally Occurring Chromophores 14-5 The Woodward-Fieser Rules 14-6 Steric Effects 14-7 Solvent Effects and Dynamic Equilibria 14-8 Hydrogen Bonding Studies 14-9 Homoconjugation 14-10 Charge Transfer Band 14-11 Worked Problems Problems Bibliography Chapter 15 Integrated Problems
The Light Metals symposia at the TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition present the most recent developments, discoveries, and practices in primary aluminum science and technology. The annual Light Metals volume has become the definitive reference in the field of aluminum production and related light metal technologies. The 2020 collection includes papers from the following symposia: * Alumina and Bauxite* Aluminum Alloys, Processing and Characterization* Aluminum Reduction Technology* Cast Shop Technology* Cast Shop Technology: Recycling and Sustainability Joint Session* Electrode Technology for Aluminum Production
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The 12th edition of Organic Chemistry continues Solomons, Fryhle & Snyder's tradition of excellence in teaching and preparing students for success in the organic classroom and beyond. A central theme of the authors' approach to organic chemistry is to emphasize the relationship between structure and reactivity. To accomplish this, the content is organized in a way that combines the most useful features of a functional group approach with one largely based on reaction mechanisms. The authors' philosophy is to emphasize mechanisms and their common aspects as often as possible, and at the same time, use the unifying features of functional groups as the basis for most chapters. The structural aspects of the authors' approach show students what organic chemistry is. Mechanistic aspects of their approach show students how it works. And wherever an opportunity arises, the authors' show students what it does in living systems and the physical world around us.
The 14th International Symposium on Superalloys (Superalloys 2020) highlights technologies for lifecycle improvement of superalloys. In addition to the traditional focus areas of alloy development, processing, mechanical behavior, coatings, and environmental effects, this volume includes contributions from academia, supply chain, and product-user members of the superalloy community that highlight technologies that contribute to improving manufacturability, affordability, life prediction, and performance of superalloys.
Practical skills form the cornerstone of chemistry. However, the diversity of skills required in the laboratory means that a student's experience may be limited. While some techniques do require specific skills, many of them are transferable generic skills that are required throughout the subject area. Limited time constraints of the modern curriculum often preclude or minimise laboratory time. Practical Skills in Chemistry 3rd edition provides a general guidance for use in and out of practical sessions, covering a range of techniques from the basic to the more advanced. This 'one-stop' text will guide you through the wide range of practical, analytical and data handling skills that you will need during your studies. It will also give you a solid grounding in wider transferable skills such as teamwork, using information technology, communicating information and study skills. This edition has been enhanced and updated throughout to provide a complete and easy-to-read guide to the developing skills required from your first day through to graduation, further strengthening its reputation as the practical resource for students of chemistry and related discipline areas.
Master organic chemistry with this thorough, to-the-point introduction to the fascinating science of organic chemistry. In every chapter of FUNDAMENTALS OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 7e, you'll find applications that demonstrate how organic chemistry relates to your everyday life, a striking full color art program that helps you visualize chemical processes and reactions, and superior learning tools you can use to study for tests, master key concepts, and succeed in the course.
This unique book summarizes state-of-the-art synthetic methodologies for the efficient preparation of amines as well as their application in pharmaceutical chemistry and materials science.
By presenting novel methods for the efficient preparation of fluorinated compounds and their application in pharmaceutical and agrochemical chemistry as well as medicine, this is a valuable source of information for all researchers in academia and industry!
Geomicrobiology is the study of microbes and microbial processes and their role in driving environmental and geological processes at scales ranging from the nano, micron, to meter scale. This growing field has seen major advances in recent years, largely due to the development of new analytical tools and improvements to existing techniques, which allow us to better understand the complex interactions between microbes and their surroundings. In this comprehensive handbook, expert authors outline the state-of-the-art and emerging analytical techniques used in geomicrobiology. Readers are guided through each technique including background theory, sample preparation, standard methodology, data collection and analysis, best practices and common pitfalls, and examples of how and where the technique has been applied. The book provides a practical go-to reference for advanced students, researchers and professional scientists looking to employ techniques commonly used in geomicrobiology.
K.C. Nicolaou - Winner of the Nemitsas Prize 2014 in Chemistry Adopting his didactically skillful approach, K.C. Nicolaou compiles in this textbook the important synthetic methods that lead to a complex molecule with valuable properties. He explains all the key steps of the synthetic pathway, highlighting the major developments in blue-boxed sections and contrasting these to other synthetic methods. A wonderful tool for learning and teaching and a must-have for all future and present organic and biochemists.
Chemistry of Peptide Synthesis is a complete overview of how peptides are synthesized and what techniques are likely to generate the most desirable reactions. Incorporating elements from the author's role of Career Investigator of the Medical Research Council of Canada and his extensive teaching career, the book emphasizes learning rather than memorization. The text uses clear language and schematics to present concepts progressively, carefully excluding unnecessary details and providing a historical context in which to appreciate the development of the field.
The author first outlines the fundamentals of peptide synthesis, focusing on the intermediates in aminolysis reactions. Gradually the text builds into discussions of the applicability of coupling reactions, stereomutation, methods of deprotection, solid-phase synthesis, side-chain protection and side reactions, and amplification on coupling methods. The book clarifies the differences between oxazolones from amino-acid derivativesand segments and the implications of their formation on the chiral integrity of products. The author offers a critical analysis of the mechanisms of coupling reactions and the desirability of preactivation. The text explains hindrance and the nucleophilicity of tertiary amines and rationalizes their use. The book also explores mechanisms of acidolysis and the dual role of nucleophiles as reactants and scavengers.
Chemistry of Peptide Synthesis supplies a broad, yet straightforward approach that appeals to those with limited knowledge of organic chemistry or chemists from other fields as well as in-depth coverage that can be appreciated by experienced peptidologists.
Master's and doctoral students often have unnecessary difficulty with the technical requirements of constructing a research proposal, writing a thesis and submitting it for examination. Students can expect expert supervision in conducting their research and drawing conclusions, but the responsibility for presenting their work in the correct way and in accordance with accepted conventions is theirs alone. This guide has been developed in response to both student's and supervisors' needs. The step-by-step discussion of the entire thesis undertaking spells out information for students that academics often take for granted, and that students often struggle to access on their own.
""This book should become an indispensable asset on the bookshelves of pharmaceutical laboratories in academia and in industry, as well as of laboratories devoted to plant protection. I am convinced that studying this book will be an eye-opener for many scientists in the field of life sciences. Furthermore, for teachers in this area it will not only be a useful compilation of the various languages and definitions of organic stereochemistry, but also a welcome source of examples for demonstrating to their students the intricate and intriguing role stereochemistry plays in the chemistry of life."" -Prof. Dr. Dieter Seebach, Laboratory of Organic Chemistry, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
This textbook presents the molecular scale of matter in the broad diversity and richness of its three dimensions, giving due attention when relevant to the temporal dimension in which molecules exist, act, and react.
The focus is on two significant fields of three-dimensional chemistry: a presentation of the guiding principles in organic stereochemistry, followed by a focus on the biochemical and medicinal relevance of this discipline.
The treatment of "Guiding Principles "gives priority to didactic clarity and nomenclature issues, as detailed and illustrated in Parts 1 to 4: '"Symmetry Elements and Operations, Classification of Stereoisomers"''"Stereoisomerism Resulting from One or Several Stereogenic Centers"''"Other Stereogenic Elements: Axes of Chirality, Planes of Chirality, Helicity, and ("E," "Z")-Diastereoisomerism"''"Isomerisms about Single Bonds and in Cyclic Systems"'
This is followed by Parts 5 to 8 which focus on the biomedicinal relevance of stereochemistry, with special reference to the biochemistry and pharmacology of medicinal compounds.
Here, examples and applications are discussed and illustrated based on their relevance to a given specific stereochemical aspect: '"Chirality in Molecular and Clinical Pharmacology"''"The Conformational Factor in Molecular Pharmacology"''"The Concept of Substrate Stereoselectivity in Biochemistry and Xenobiotic Metabolism"''"Prostereoisomerism and the Concept of Product Stereoselectivity in Xenobiotic Metabolism"'
Finally, the book contains a gift for broad-minded readers with an interest in the historical roots of stereochemistry: Part 9: '"Molecular Chirality in Chemistry and Biology: Historical Milestones"'
Key features: Consists entirely of beautifully produced colored figuresIncludes marginal notes, giving clear-cut short definitions of terms used in the corresponding captionProvides an alphabetic glossary of termsOffers an extensive index
This text addresses critical topics in the expanding market and production for lipids. It combines novel and traditional methods from technological and biological perspectives to achieve the most effective pathways for production of modified lipids. The book is organized into three sections exploring development, new production methods and successful products and uses.
Revised and expanded for the second edition, this text details the principal concepts and developments in wood science, chemistry and technology. It includes new chapters on the chemical synthesis of cellulose and its technology, preservation of wood resources and the conservation of waterlogged wood.
An eclectic mix of studies on chemical and electrochemical behaviour of membrane surfaces. The book looks at membranes - both organic and inorganic - from a host of different perspectives and in the context of many diverse disciplines. It explores the behaviours of both synthetic and biological membranes, employing physical, chemical and physiochemical perspectives, and blends state-of-the-art research of many disciplines into a coherent whole.
This book examines methods particularly well suited for either a- or b-C-glycoside formation. It helps field workers quickly select the best method for synthesizing a particular type of C-glycoside. The use of C-glycosides as synthons in natural product synthesis is also addressed.
Expanding Monomers: Synthesis, Characterization, and Applications provides a thorough discussion of expanding polymer systems and their potential applications. The scope of the book includes background information on conventional monomers, their polymeric systems, and associated shrinkage problems. Monomers that expand during polymerization are covered in detail, including their synthesis and characterization. Polymerization (homopolymerization and copolymerization) of expanding monomers is discussed, in addition to mechanisms and kinetics of several polymerization processes, such as cationic initiation and free radical ring-opening polymerization. The book also explores various applications in which expanding polymer systems have potential. These applications include coatings, casting and potting materials, composite adhesives, and electrical insulations. Expanding Monomers: Synthesis, Characterization, and Applications will be valuable as a reference for manufacturers, researchers, teachers, and students in polymer and materials science, in addition to industry and university libraries.
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We want you to succeed on your organic chemistry midterm and final exams. That's why we've selected these 500 questions to help you study more effectively, use your preparation time wisely, and get your best grades. These questions and answers are similar to the ones you'll find on a typical college exam, so you will know what to expect on test day. Each question includes explanations for right and wrong answers for your full understanding of the concepts. Whether you have been studying all year or are doing a last-minute review, "McGraw-Hill's 500 Organic Chemistry Questions" will help you achieve the final grade you desire.
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The definitive guide to the principles and practice of experimental organic chemistry - fully updated and now featuring more than 100 experiments The latest edition of this popular guide to experimental organic chemistry takes students from their first day in the laboratory right through to complex research procedures. All sections have been updated to reflect new techniques, equipment and technologies, and the text has been revised with an even sharper focus on practical skills and procedures. The first half of the book is devoted to safe laboratory practice as well as purification and analytical techniques; particularly spectroscopic analysis. The second half contains step-by-step experimental procedures, each one illustrating a basic principle, or important reaction type. Tried and tested over almost three decades, over 100 validated experiments are graded according to their complexity and all are chosen to highlight important chemical transformations and to teach key experimental skills. New sections cover updated health and safety guidelines, additional spectroscopic techniques, electronic notebooks and record keeping, and techniques, such as semi-automated chromatography and enabling technologies such as the use of microwave and flow chemistry. New experiments include transition metal-catalysed cross-coupling, organocatalysis, asymmetric synthesis, flow chemistry, and microwave-assisted synthesis. Key aspects of this third edition include: * Detailed descriptions of the correct use of common apparatus used in the organic laboratory * Outlines of practical skills that all chemistry students must learn * Highlights of aspects of health and safety in the laboratory, both in the first section and throughout the experimental procedures * Four new sections reflecting advances in techniques and technologies, from electronic databases and information retrieval to semi-automated chromatography * More than 100 validated experiments of graded complexity from introductory to research level * A user-friendly experiment directory * An instructor manual and PowerPoint slides of the figures in the book available on a companion website A comprehensive guide to contemporary organic chemistry laboratory principles, procedures, protocols, tools and techniques, Experimental Organic Chemistry, Third Edition is both an essential laboratory textbook for students of chemistry at all levels, and a handy bench reference for experienced chemists.
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