Free download Foundations of Organic Chemistry – Course Guidebook authored by professor Ron B. Davis Jr. in pdf.
In this course, you will investigate the role of carbon in organic molecules—sometimes acting as a reactive site on molecules, sometimes influencing reactive sites on molecules, but always providing structural support for an ever-growing library of both naturally occurring and man-made compounds
Other elements will join the story, bonding with carbon scaffolds to create compounds with a stunningly broad array of properties. Most notable are the elements hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, chlorine, and bromine. The presence of these elements and others in organic chemistry spices up the party, but none of them can replace carbon in its central role.
The goal of this course is to take the uninitiated student on a tour of the development and application of the discipline of organic chemistry, noting some of the most famous minds to dedicate themselves to this science in the past few centuries, such as Dmitry Mendeleev (of periodic table fame), Friedrich Wohler (the father of modem organic chemistry), and Alfred Nobel (the inventor of dynamite and founder of the most influential scientific prize in the history of humanity).
Approximately the first half of the course is dedicated to building the foundations of understanding modem organic chemistry. In this portion of the course, you will investigate the structure of the atom, the energetic rationale for chemical bonding between atoms to create compounds, how specific collections of atoms bonded in specific ways create motifs called functional groups, and ultimately the ways in which the bonds in these functional groups form and break in chemical reactions that can be used to convert one compound into another.
- Why Carbon?
- Structure of the Atom and Chemical Bonding
- Drawing Chemical Structures
- Drawing Chemical Reactions
- Acid–Base Chemistry
- Stereochemistry—Molecular Handedness
- Alkanes—The Simplest Hydrocarbons
- Cyclic Alkanes
- Alkenes and Alkynes
- Alkyl Halides
- Substitution Reactions
- Elimination Reactions
- Addition Reactions
- Alcohols and Ethers
- Aldehydes and Ketones
- Organic Acids and Esters
- Amines, Imines, and Nitriles
- Nitrates, Amino Acids, and Amides
- Conjugation and the Diels-Alder Reaction
- Benzene and Aromatic Compounds
- Modifying Benzene—Aromatic Substitution
- Sugars and Carbohydrates
- DNA and Nucleic Acids
- Amino Acids, Peptides, and Proteins
- Metals in Organic Chemistry
- Synthetic Polymers
- UV-Visible Spectroscopy
- Infrared Spectroscopy
- Measuring Handedness with Polarimetry
- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
- Advanced Spectroscopic Techniques
- Purifying by Recrystallization
- Purifying by Distillation
- Purifying by Extraction
- Purifying by Chromatography
- The Future of Organic Chemistry
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