Free download Organic Chemistry A Mechanistic Approach authored by Penny Chaloner in pdf.
Organic chemistry teaching is bedeviled by the problem that many students in any sophomore class would really prefer to be elsewhere—they see themselves as biologists, chemical engineers, or premeds, not as aspirant chemists. So as instructors we can either turn somersaults to try to make the students see relevance to their particular discipline— not always easy at an elementary level—or we can try to convert these students into seeing the inherent beauty of the subject and divert them into the infinitely satisfying practice of chemistry.
Many students approach organic chemistry courses with trepidation. There is a lot of learning to do, isn’t there, and the instructors set very difficult problems. No subject can be mastered without effort—this applies in all areas. You would not expect to become competent in speaking a language without learning the irregular verbs, in playing piano without practicing, or running a marathon without training.
The most important training you can do in organic chemistry is to practice solving problems—with which each chapter of this book is extensively provided. Generally, the first few are easy and for review—rather like your warm up before running or scales before Chopin.
- Review of Atomic and Molecular Structure
- Alkanes and Friends: Structure, Bonding, Properties, and Nomenclature
- Alkenes, Alkynes, and Aromatic Compounds
- Heteroatom-Containing Functional Groups
- Purification and Identification of Organic Compounds 1
- Identification of Organic Compounds 2: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
- Introduction to Mechanism
- Nucleophilic Substitution at Saturated Carbon
- Elimination Reactions
- Addition Reactions
- Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution
- Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution and Synthesis of Aromatic Compounds
- Addition to Carbon–Heteroatom Double Bonds
- Substitution of Carbonyl Compounds: Carboxylic Acids and Their Derivatives
- Lipids and Carbohydrates
- Substitution α and β to Carbonyl Groups
- Rearrangement Reactions
- Synthesis 1: One-Group Disconnections
- Synthesis 2: Two-Group Disconnections and Protecting Groups
- Polymeric Materials
- Amines, Alkaloids, Amino Acids, Peptides, and Nucleic Acids
- Catalysis of Organic Reactions
- Organic Chemistry in Industry
- Organic Chemistry and the Environment
- Organic Chemistry in Forensic Science
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