Edition: 1st Edition
Author : Ashutosh Kar
Publisher Name: Medtech
Advanced Organic Chemistry entails the specific reactions with regard to their underlying definitions, classifications, typical examples, reaction steps-mechanisms -explanations in an extremely lucid, unambiguous, simple language so as to render the text matter easier to understand and grasp the intricate aspects perceptively. The brilliant students will certainly adapt, adore, and accept an enormous ability to Design Synthesis in a comprehensive manner based on their acquired knowledge, wisdom, skill, intellect, and perseverance. •
There arefive major sections in Advanced Organic Chemistry, namely.
Section 1: Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry, Section 2: Name Reactions Based on Product Formed, Section 3: Rearrangements: Classifications and Mechanisms, Section 4: Organic Reactions and Mechanisms and Section 5: Some Novel Reactions in Organo-silicon Chemistry.
Each chapter comprises latest reference of books, scientific journals, and profusely studded with appropriate logical schemes, figures, and flow/block diagrams.
Advanced Organic Chemistry is solely intended to provide adequate subject matter for the students of: B. Sc., (Hons), M. Sc., and Ph. D., Research scholars in all State/Central/Deemed Universities in India and abroad as well.
• Comprehensive assemblage of advanced topics in Organic Chemistry. Vital and important aspects being critically emphasized as 'Footnotes' in each topic. • Explanations to the intricate organic synthesis included• Typical and critical examples are duly dealt with appropriately .• Aptitude development substantiated with latest scientificjournals/textbooks.
FUNDAMENTALS OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
1. Atomic Bonding
3. Reaction Intermediates and Factors Governing Reactivity
NAME REACTIONS BASED OF PRODUCT FORMED
4. Reactions Giving Carbonyl Compounds
5. Reactions Giving Alcohol-Hydroxy Carboxylic Acid and Phenols
6. Reactions Giving Arenes
7. Reactions Giving Saturated and Unsaturated Hydrocarbons
8. Reactions Giving Carboxylic Acids and its Derivatives
9. Reactions Giving Heterocyclic Compounds and its Derivatives
10. Reactions Giving Halogen Derivatives
11. Miscellaneous Organic Reactions
REARANGEMENTS: CLASSIFICATION AND MECHANISM
12. Rearrangements Induced by Cationic or Electron Deficient Sties (Carbon)
13. Rearrangements Related to Electron Deficient Heteroatoms
14. Rearrangements Related to Acyl Carbenes
15. Sigmatropic Rearrangements
16. Rearrangements Influenced by Stong Bases [and/or] Electron Rich Sites
17. Rearrangements due to Addition-Elimination Mechanism
18. Rearrangements in Pericyclic Reactions
19. The Aromatic Rearrangements
ORGANIC REACTIONS AND MECHANISMS
20. Substitution Reactions
21. Elimination Reactions
22. Electrocyclic Reactions
23. Thermodynamics of Organic Reactions
24. Addition Reactions
SOME NOVELREACTION IN ORGANOSILICON CHEMISTRY
25. Accelerated Organic Synthesis with Organosilicon Compounds
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