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Organic Chemistry
9th Edition
John E. McMurry
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305080485

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Chapter 2.6 - Drawing Resonance FormsChapter 2.7 - Acids And Bases: The Br?nsted–lowry DefinitionChapter 2.8 - Acid And Base StrengthChapter 2.9 - Predicting Acid–base Reactions From Pka ValuesChapter 2.11 - Acids And Bases: The Lewis DefinitionChapter 2.12 - Noncovalent Interactions Between MoleculesChapter 2.SE - Something ExtraChapter 3.1 - Functional GroupsChapter 3.2 - Alkanes And Alkane IsomersChapter 3.3 - Alkyl GroupsChapter 3.4 - Naming AlkanesChapter 3.7 - Conformations Of Other AlkanesChapter 3.SE - Something ExtraChapter 4.1 - Naming CycloalkanesChapter 4.2 - Cis–trans Isomerism In CycloalkanesChapter 4.3 - Stability Of Cycloalkanes: Ring StrainChapter 4.4 - Conformations Of CycloalkanesChapter 4.6 - Axial And Equatorial Bonds In CyclohexaneChapter 4.7 - Conformations Of Monosubstituted CyclohexanesChapter 4.8 - Conformations Of Disubstituted CyclohexanesChapter 4.9 - Conformations Of Polycyclic MoleculesChapter 4.SE - Something ExtraChapter 5.2 - The Reason For Handedness In Molecules: ChiralityChapter 5.3 - Optical ActivityChapter 5.5 - Sequence Rules For Specifying ConfigurationChapter 5.6 - DiastereomersChapter 5.7 - Meso CompoundsChapter 5.8 - Racemic Mixtures And The Resolution Of EnantiomersChapter 5.9 - A Review Of IsomerismChapter 5.11 - ProchiralityChapter 5.SE - Something ExtraChapter 6.1 - Kinds Of Organic ReactionsChapter 6.3 - Radical ReactionsChapter 6.4 - Polar ReactionsChapter 6.5 - An Example Of A Polar Reaction: Addition Of Hbr To EthyleneChapter 6.6 - Using Curved Arrows In Polar Reaction MechanismsChapter 6.7 - Describing A Reaction: Equilibria, Rates, And Energy ChangesChapter 6.9 - Describing A Reaction: Energy Diagrams And Transition StatesChapter 6.SE - Something ExtraChapter 7.2 - Calculating Degree Of UnsaturationChapter 7.3 - Naming AlkenesChapter 7.4 - Cis–trans Isomerism In AlkenesChapter 7.5 - Alkene Stereochemistry And The E,z DesignationChapter 7.6 - Stability Of AlkenesChapter 7.8 - Orientation Of Electrophilic Additions: Markovnikov’s RuleChapter 7.9 - Carbocation Structure And StabilityChapter 7.11 - Evidence For The Mechanism Of Electrophilic Additions: Carbocation RearrangementsChapter 7.SE - Something ExtraChapter 8.1 - Preparing Alkenes: A Preview Of Elimination ReactionsChapter 8.2 - Halogenation Of Alkenes: Addition Of X2Chapter 8.3 - Halohydrins From Alkenes: Addition Of HoxChapter 8.4 - Hydration Of Alkenes: Addition Of H2o By OxymercurationChapter 8.5 - Hydration Of Alkenes: Addition Of H2o By HydroborationChapter 8.6 - Reduction Of Alkenes: HydrogenationChapter 8.7 - Oxidation Of Alkenes: Epoxidation And HydroxylationChapter 8.8 - Oxidation Of Alkenes: Cleavage To Carbonyl CompoundsChapter 8.9 - Addition Of Carbenes To Alkenes: Cyclopropane SynthesisChapter 8.13 - Reaction Stereochemistry: Addition Of H2o To A Chiral AlkeneChapter 8.SE - Something ExtraChapter 9.1 - Naming AlkynesChapter 9.3 - Reactions Of Alkynes: Addition Of Hx And X2Chapter 9.4 - Hydration Of AlkynesChapter 9.5 - Reduction Of AlkynesChapter 9.7 - Alkyne Acidity: Formation Of Acetylide AnionsChapter 9.8 - Alkylation Of Acetylide AnionsChapter 9.9 - An Introduction To Organic SynthesisChapter 9.SE - Something ExtraChapter 10.1 - Names And Structures Of Alkyl HalidesChapter 10.2 - Preparing Alkyl Halides From Alkanes: Radical HalogenationChapter 10.4 - Stability Of The Allyl Radical: Resonance RevisitedChapter 10.5 - Preparing Alkyl Halides From AlcoholsChapter 10.6 - Reactions Of Alkyl Halides: Grignard ReagentsChapter 10.7 - Organometallic Coupling ReactionsChapter 10.8 - Oxidation And Reduction In Organic ChemistryChapter 10.SE - Something ExtraChapter 11.1 - The Discovery Of Nucleophilic Substitution ReactionsChapter 11.2 - The Sn2 ReactionChapter 11.3 - Characteristics Of The Sn2 ReactionChapter 11.4 - The Sn1 ReactionChapter 11.5 - Characteristics Of The Sn1 ReactionChapter 11.6 - Biological Substitution ReactionsChapter 11.7 - Elimination Reactions: Zaitsev’s RuleChapter 11.8 - The E2 Reaction And The Deuterium Isotope EffectChapter 11.9 - The E2 Reaction And Cyclohexane ConformationChapter 11.12 - A Summary Of Reactivity: Sn1, Sn2, E1, E1cb, And E2Chapter 11.SE - Something ExtraChapter 12.2 - Interpreting Mass SpectraChapter 12.3 - Mass Spectrometry Of Some Common Functional GroupsChapter 12.5 - Spectroscopy And The Electromagnetic SpectrumChapter 12.7 - Interpreting Infrared SpectraChapter 12.8 - Infrared Spectra Of Some Common Functional GroupsChapter 12.SE - Something ExtraChapter 13.1 - Nuclear Magnetic Resonance SpectroscopyChapter 13.2 - The Nature Of Nmr AbsorptionsChapter 13.3 - The Chemical ShiftChapter 13.4 - Chemical Shifts In 1h Nmr SpectroscopyChapter 13.5 - Integration Of 1h Nmr Absorptions: Proton CountingChapter 13.6 - Spin–spin Splitting In 1h Nmr SpectraChapter 13.7 - 1h Nmr Spectroscopy And Proton EquivalenceChapter 13.8 - More Complex Spin–spin Splitting PatternsChapter 13.9 - Uses Of 1h Nmr SpectroscopyChapter 13.11 - Characteristics Of 13c Nmr SpectroscopyChapter 13.12 - Dept 13c Nmr SpectroscopyChapter 13.13 - Uses Of 13c Nmr SpectroscopyChapter 13.SE - Something ExtraChapter 14.1 - Stability Of Conjugated Dienes: Molecular Orbital TheoryChapter 14.2 - Electrophilic Additions To Conjugated Dienes: Allylic CarbocationsChapter 14.3 - Kinetic Versus Thermodynamic Control Of ReactionsChapter 14.5 - Characteristics Of The Diels–alder ReactionChapter 14.6 - Diene Polymers: Natural And Synthetic RubbersChapter 14.7 - Ultraviolet SpectroscopyChapter 14.8 - Interpreting Ultraviolet Spectra: The Effect Of ConjugationChapter 14.SE - Something ExtraChapter 15.1 - Naming Aromatic CompoundsChapter 15.2 - Structure And Stability Of BenzeneChapter 15.3 - Aromaticity And The Hückel 4n 1 2 RuleChapter 15.4 - Aromatic IonsChapter 15.5 - Aromatic Heterocycles: Pyridine And PyrroleChapter 15.6 - Polycyclic Aromatic CompoundsChapter 15.SE - Something ExtraChapter 16.1 - Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution Reactions: BrominationChapter 16.2 - Other Aromatic SubstitutionsChapter 16.3 - Alkylation And Acylation Of Aromatic Rings: The Friedel–crafts ReactionChapter 16.4 - Substituent Effects In Electrophilic SubstitutionsChapter 16.5 - Trisubstituted Benzenes: Additivity Of EffectsChapter 16.6 - Nucleophilic Aromatic SubstitutionChapter 16.7 - BenzyneChapter 16.8 - Oxidation Of Aromatic CompoundsChapter 16.9 - Reduction Of Aromatic CompoundsChapter 16.SE - Something ExtraChapter 17.1 - Naming Alcohols And PhenolsChapter 17.2 - Properties Of Alcohols And PhenolsChapter 17.3 - Preparation Of Alcohols: A ReviewChapter 17.4 - Alcohols From Carbonyl Compounds: ReductionChapter 17.5 - Alcohols From Carbonyl Compounds: Grignard ReactionChapter 17.6 - Reactions Of AlcoholsChapter 17.7 - Oxidation Of AlcoholsChapter 17.8 - Protection Of AlcoholsChapter 17.9 - Phenols And Their UsesChapter 17.11 - Spectroscopy Of Alcohols And PhenolsChapter 17.SE - Something ExtraChapter 18.1 - Names And Properties Of EthersChapter 18.2 - Preparing EthersChapter 18.3 - Reactions Of Ethers: Acidic CleavageChapter 18.4 - Reactions Of Ethers: Claisen RearrangementChapter 18.5 - Cyclic Ethers: EpoxidesChapter 18.6 - Reactions Of Epoxides: Ring-openingChapter 18.7 - Crown EthersChapter 18.8 - Thiols And SulfidesChapter 18.9 - Spectroscopy Of EthersChapter 18.SE - Something ExtraChapter 19.1 - Naming Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 19.2 - Preparing Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 19.4 - Nucleophilic Addition Reactions Of Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 19.5 - Nucleophilic Addition Of H2o: HydrationChapter 19.6 - Nucleophilic Addition Of Hcn: Cyanohydrin FormationChapter 19.8 - Nucleophilic Addition Of Amines: Imine And Enamine FormationChapter 19.9 - Nucleophilic Addition Of Hydrazine: The Wolff–kishner ReactionChapter 19.11 - Nucleophilic Addition Of Phosphorus Ylides: The Wittig ReactionChapter 19.12 - Biological ReductionsChapter 19.13 - Conjugate Nucleophilic Addition To A,b-unsaturated Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 19.14 - Spectroscopy Of Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 19.SE - Something ExtraChapter 20.1 - Naming Carboxylic Acids And NitrilesChapter 20.2 - Structure And Properties Of Carboxylic AcidsChapter 20.3 - Biological Acids And The Henderson–hasselbalch EquationChapter 20.4 - Substituent Effects On AcidityChapter 20.5 - Preparing Carboxylic AcidsChapter 20.6 - Reactions Of Carboxylic Acids: An OverviewChapter 20.7 - Chemistry Of NitrilesChapter 20.8 - Spectroscopy Of Carboxylic Acids And NitrilesChapter 20.SE - Something ExtraChapter 21.1 - Naming Carboxylic Acid DerivativesChapter 21.2 - Nucleophilic Acyl Substitution ReactionsChapter 21.3 - Reactions Of Carboxylic AcidsChapter 21.4 - Chemistry Of Acid HalidesChapter 21.5 - Chemistry Of Acid AnhydridesChapter 21.6 - Chemistry Of EstersChapter 21.7 - Chemistry Of AmidesChapter 21.8 - Chemistry Of Thioesters And Acyl Phosphates: Biological Carboxylic Acid DerivativesChapter 21.9 - Polyamides And Polyesters: Step-growth PolymersChapter 21.SE - Something ExtraChapter 22.1 - Keto–enol TautomerismChapter 22.3 - Alpha Halogenation Of Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 22.4 - Alpha Bromination Of Carboxylic AcidsChapter 22.5 - Acidity Of Alpha Hydrogen Atoms: Enolate Ion FormationChapter 22.6 - Reactivity Of Enolate IonsChapter 22.7 - Alkylation Of Enolate IonsChapter 22.SE - Something ExtraChapter 23.1 - Carbonyl Condensations: The Aldol ReactionChapter 23.3 - Dehydration Of Aldol Products: Synthesis Of EnonesChapter 23.4 - Using Aldol Reactions In SynthesisChapter 23.5 - Mixed Aldol ReactionsChapter 23.6 - Intramolecular Aldol ReactionsChapter 23.7 - The Claisen Condensation ReactionChapter 23.8 - Mixed Claisen CondensationsChapter 23.9 - Intramolecular Claisen Condensations: The Dieckmann CyclizationChapter 23.11 - Carbonyl Condensations With Enamines: The Stork ReactionChapter 23.12 - The Robinson Annulation ReactionChapter 23.SE - Something ExtraChapter 24.1 - Naming AminesChapter 24.3 - Basicity Of AminesChapter 24.4 - Basicity Of ArylaminesChapter 24.5 - Biological Amines And The Henderson–hasselbalch EquationChapter 24.6 - Synthesis Of AminesChapter 24.7 - Reactions Of AminesChapter 24.8 - Reactions Of ArylaminesChapter 24.9 - Heterocyclic AminesChapter 24.SE - Something ExtraChapter 25.1 - Classification Of CarbohydratesChapter 25.2 - Representing Carbohydrate Stereochemistry: Fischer ProjectionsChapter 25.3 - D,l SugarsChapter 25.4 - Configurations Of The AldosesChapter 25.5 - Cyclic Structures Of Monosaccharides: AnomersChapter 25.6 - Reactions Of MonosaccharidesChapter 25.7 - The Eight Essential MonosaccharidesChapter 25.8 - DisaccharidesChapter 25.SE - Something ExtraChapter 26.1 - Structures Of Amino AcidsChapter 26.2 - Amino Acids And The Henderson–hasselbalch Equation: Isoelectric PointsChapter 26.3 - Synthesis Of Amino AcidsChapter 26.4 - Peptides And ProteinsChapter 26.5 - Amino Acid Analysis Of PeptidesChapter 26.6 - Peptide Sequencing: The Edman DegradationChapter 26.7 - Peptide SynthesisChapter 26.SE - Something ExtraChapter 27.1 - Waxes, Fats, And OilsChapter 27.2 - SoapChapter 27.4 - Prostaglandins And Other EicosanoidsChapter 27.5 - TerpenoidsChapter 27.6 - SteroidsChapter 27.7 - Biosynthesis Of SteroidsChapter 27.SE - Something ExtraChapter 28.1 - Nucleotides And Nucleic AcidsChapter 28.2 - Base Pairing In Dna: The Watson–crick ModelChapter 28.4 - Transcription Of DnaChapter 28.5 - Translation Of Rna: Protein BiosynthesisChapter 28.7 - Dna SynthesisChapter 28.SE - Something ExtraChapter 29.1 - An Overview Of Metabolism And Biochemical EnergyChapter 29.3 - Catabolism Of Triacylglycerols: B-oxidationChapter 29.4 - Biosynthesis Of Fatty AcidsChapter 29.5 - Catabolism Of Carbohydrates: GlycolysisChapter 29.6 - Conversion Of Pyruvate To Acetyl CoaChapter 29.7 - The Citric Acid CycleChapter 29.8 - Carbohydrate Biosynthesis: GluconeogenesisChapter 29.9 - Catabolism Of Proteins: DeaminationChapter 29.SE - Something ExtraChapter 30.1 - Molecular Orbitals Of Conjugated Pi SystemsChapter 30.3 - Stereochemistry Of Thermal Electrocyclic ReactionsChapter 30.4 - Photochemical Electrocyclic ReactionsChapter 30.6 - Stereochemistry Of CycloadditionsChapter 30.7 - Sigmatropic RearrangementsChapter 30.8 - Some Examples Of Sigmatropic RearrangementsChapter 30.9 - A Summary Of Rules For Pericyclic ReactionsChapter 30.SE - Something ExtraChapter 31.1 - Chain-growth PolymersChapter 31.2 - Stereochemistry Of Polymerization: Ziegler–natta CatalystsChapter 31.3 - CopolymersChapter 31.4 - Step-growth PolymersChapter 31.5 - Olefin Metathesis PolymerizationChapter 31.6 - Polymer Structure And Physical PropertiesChapter 31.SE - Something Extra

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