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.
note focuses on general methods and strategies for the synthesis of complex
organic molecules. Emphasis is on strategies for stereoselective synthesis,
including stereocontrolled synthesis of complex acyclic compounds.
covers the following topics: Nomenclature of Organic Compounds, Molecular
Stability, Linear combination of atomic orbital (LCAO) model, Formal Charge,
Alkynes, Mechanisms of substitutions reactions, Nucleophilic substitution
reactions, Mechanisms for the formation of alkenes, Regioselectivity of
electrophilic additions to alkenes, Radical reactions of alkenes, Structure and
reactivity of specific functional groups, Reduction of alkenes to alkanes,
Alkene oxidation reactions.
In this book, special emphasis is given to the synthesis of
various bioactive heterocycles. Careful selection of various topics in this book
will serve the rightful purpose for the chemistry community and the industrial
houses at all levels.
book focuses on basic and fundamental theory in bio-organic chemistry. Topics
covered includes: Characteristic features of organic compounds, Hydrocarbon,
Alkane, Alkene, alkyne and aromatic, Functional Groups : Organic Compounds
Containing Oxygen, Functional Groups Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen
This lecture note is an introduction to organic chemistry,
focusing primarily on the basic principles to understand the structure and
reactivity of organic molecules. Major topics covered are: Resonance, Molecular
Orbital Theory, Hybridization, Cycloalkanes, Cyclohexane, Stereochemistry, Free
Radical Reactions, Structure and Synthesis of Alkenes.
Author(s): Dr. Sarah Tabacco and Prof.
This lecture note focuses on the methods used to
identify the structure of organic molecules, advanced principles of organic
stereochemistry, organic reaction mechanisms, and methods used for the synthesis
of organic compounds.
Author(s): Dr. Kimberly Berkowski
and Prof. Timothy F. Jamison