This page covers the
following topics related to Organic Chemistry : Bonding and
Molecular Structure, Nomenclature, Isomerism and Conformations, Stereochemistry,
Physical Organic Chemistry, Acids, Bases and Electron Flow, Organic Reactions,
Nucleophilic Substitutions and Eliminations, Nucleophilic Substitions and
Eliminations in Practice, Electrophilic Addition.
This note covers the
following topics: Structure and bonding, Acid-base, Organic compounds, Alkenes,
Reactions of alkenes, Stereochemistry , Alkynes, Delocalization, Substitution
Reactions, Elimination Reactions, Reactions of alcohols, Organometallic
This book will help the reader to develop a deeper
understanding about the concepts related to cellulose and the nanocellulose
structure, modification, production, dissolution, and application. This book
will serve as the starting point for materials science researchers, engineers,
and technologists from diverse backgrounds in physics, chemistry, biology,
materials science, and engineering who want to know and better understand the
unique characteristics of the most abundant biopolymer on earth.
Author(s): Matheus Poletto and
Heitor Luiz Ornaghi Junior
this note, the basics in Bioorganic Chemistry, its inception and its today’s
platform will be focused. This note will describe the historical connection
between organic chemistry, physical chemistry and biology in its introductory
part. Slowly it will provide an overview of amino acids, peptides and their
recent advances; enzyme chemistry; nucleic acids- from the basic to the recent
research trend toward gene detection technology and drug discovery.
This note covers the following topics: Foundations, Reactions,
Mechanisms, Multiple Bonds, Conjugation, Electronic Effects, Carbonyl Groups,
Carbonyl and Pericyclic Reactions and Mechanisms and Bioorganic Compounds.
This note covers the following topics: The importance
of chemical principles, Hydrogen atom energy levels, Wave-particle duality of
light, Periodic trends, Molecular orbital theory, Electrochemical cells, Metals
in biology, Free energy and control of spontaneity.
Author(s): Prof. Catherine Drennan and
Dr. Elizabeth Vogel Taylor