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Organic Reactions and their Mechanisms
Kalsi, P S

 


  ISBN : 978-1-906574-36-9 
Price : 45
Pub. Date :
Apr, 2010
Edition :
3rd
Format  : Hardback   
Extent  :
716 Pages
 
 
KEY FEATURES:

  • Focuses on core knowledge and provides key concepts, facts and materials regarding organic reactions and their mechanisms.
  • Enables the reader to grasp and understand the subject quickly and easily.
  • Several important concepts and cross-referencing in this book is put in boxes. This provides a unifying treatment.
  • Contains clear and simple pictures of the molecules with proper captions to track the fate of atoms and groups  during  reactions.
  • The book incorporates self-assessment problems which are scattered  throughout  the text and at the end of each chapter. Detailed answers to problems have been added.
  • Further reading list to guide readers for more detailed coverage, if required.


ABOUT THE BOOK:

The book is designed to provide a comprehensive coverage in the area of organic reactions mechanism for chemistry major/graduate students. The practice of medicine now-a-days increasingly demands the knowledge of the behaviour of molecules. Therefore, the biologist of tomorrow will have to be more of an organic chemist.  The book is thus aimed at pharmacologists, medical chemists and biochemists as well.


CONTENTS:

  • Fundamental Principles and Special Topics
  • Delocalized Chemical Bonding
  • Organic Acids and Bases
  • Organic Reactions and the Determination of  their Mechanisms
  • Aliphatic Nucleophilic Substitution and its Synthetic Applications
  • Common Organic Reactions and their Mechanisms
  • Reagents in Organic Synthesis and Relevant Name Reactions
  • Electrophilic  Aromatic Substitution
  • Aromatic Nucleophilic Substitution
  • Photochemistry
  • Addition to Carbon-Carbon and Carbon-Hetero Multiple Bonds
  • Elimination Reactions
  • Oxidation Methods
  • Reduction Methods
  • Molecular Rearrangements
  • Free Radical Reactions
  • Pericyclic Reactions

READERSHIP:

  • Graduate and postgraduate students of Chemistry courses
  • University and college libraries 
  • Biochemists, Medical and Pharmacology students and other related professionals.

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