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According to the writer, “This book specifically targets advanced undergraduate students and entering graduate students, and is an attempt to bridge that gap—to provide upper-level undergraduate students with an advanced textbook that addresses a number of important topics in more depth than now occurs in most introductory textbooks, while providing both a useful review, and then a much more substantial discussion of these topics for beginning graduate students.
This book has been written explicitly as a textbook, and its organization reflects this. The book is divided loosely into four sections: 1) introductory materials and general concepts of bonding and stereochemistry; 2) physical organic chemistry, reactive intermediates, and their reactions; 3) redox reactions; and 4) modern asymmetric reactions and synthesis.
This last section also contains a chapter on the chemistry of the elements in the lower periods of the main groups, as well as a chapter on modern catalytic reactions for the formation of carbon–carbon bonds.
Each chapter concludes with a list of key terms introduced in the chapter. In chapters where new organic reactions are introduced, there are Reaction Synopses that contain the general reaction and typical reagents and reaction conditions to effect the reaction. I also feel that the humanity of our science is often overlooked in an effort to impart the most factual information possible.
To counter this, I have included footnotes where biographical information about the chemists who developed the science can be found. For the most part, these footnotes contain references to longer biographical works or obituaries, but on a few occasions, these biographies are somewhat more expansive because additional information is so scarce.”
- The Fundamentals Revisited: Structure, Bonding, and Reactivity
- Organic Shorthand: Acronyms and Name Reactions
- Orbitals and Reactivity
- Frontier Orbitals and Chemical Reactions
- Organic Reactions I: Pericyclic Reactions and the Conservation of Orbital Symmetry
- Aromaticity: The 150-Year Riddle
- Physical Organic Chemistry and Reaction Mechanisms
- Reactive Intermediates I: Carbocations
- Organic Reactions II: Synthesis Using Carbocations to Form C—C Bonds
- Reactive Intermediates II: Carbanions and Their Reactivity
- Organic Reactions III: Synthetic Reactions of Carbon Nucleophiles: Substitution and Addition
- Reactive Intermediates III: Free Radicals, Carbenes, Arynes, and Nitrenes
- Organic Reactions IV: Applications of Free Radical Chemistry in Synthesis
- Organic Synthesis: Retrosynthetic Analysis, Protecting Groups, and the Strategy of Organic Synthesis
- Organic Reactions V: Condensations and Cascade Reactions of Carbon Nucleophiles
- Organic Reactions VI: Metal-Catalyzed Reactions for C—C Bond Formation
- Redox Reactions I: Oxidation
- Redox Reactions II: Reduction with Molecular Hydrogen or Its Equivalent
- Redox III: Reduction with Complex Metal Hydrides and Active Metals
- Asymmetric Oxidation and Reduction
- The Organic Compounds of Silicon, Phosphorus, Sulfur, Selenium, and Tin
- Modern Asymmetric Synthesis
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