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Organic And Biological Chemistry 7th Edition

Organic And Biological Chemistry - 7th Edition - by STOKER,  H. Stephen (howard Stephen) - ISBN 9781305081079
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Organic And Biological Chemistry

7th Edition

STOKER, H. Stephen (howard Stephen)

ISBN: 9781305081079

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Chapter 1.10 - Classification Of Carbon AtomsChapter 1.11 - Branched-chain Alkyl GroupsChapter 1.12 - CycloalkanesChapter 1.13 - Iupac Nomenclature Of CycloalkanesChapter 1.14 - Isomerism In CycloalkanesChapter 1.15 - Sources Of Alkanes And CycloalkanesChapter 1.16 - Physical Properties Of Alkanes And CycloalkanesChapter 1.17 - Chemical Properties Of Alkanes And CycloalkanesChapter 1.18 - Halogenated Alkanes And CycloalkanesChapter 2 - Unsaturated HydrocarbonsChapter 2.1 - Unsaturated HydrocarbonsChapter 2.2 - Characteristics Of Alkenes And CycloalkenesChapter 2.3 - Nomenclature For Alkenes And CycloalkenesChapter 2.4 - Line-angle Structural Fomrulas Of AlkenesChapter 2.5 - Constitutional Isomerism In AlkenesChapter 2.6 - Cis-trans Isomerism In AlkenesChapter 2.7 - Naturally Occuring AlkenesChapter 2.8 - Physical Properties Of Alkenes And CycloalkenesChapter 2.9 - Preparation Of AlkenesChapter 2.10 - Chemical Reactions Of AlkenesChapter 2.11 - Polymerization Of Alkenes: Addition PolymersChapter 2.12 - AlkynesChapter 2.13 - Aromatic HydrocarbonsChapter 2.14 - Nomenclature For Aromatic HydrocarbonsChapter 2.15 - Properties Of And Sources For Aromatic HydrocarbonsChapter 2.16 - Fused-ring Aromatic HydrocarbonsChapter 3 - Alcohols, Phenols And EthersChapter 3.1 - Bonding Characteristics Of Oxygen Atoms In Organic CompoundsChapter 3.2 - Structural Characteristics Of AlcoholsChapter 3.3 - Nomenclature Of AlcoholsChapter 3.4 - Isomerism For AlcoholsChapter 3.5 - Important Commonly Encountered AlcoholsChapter 3.6 - Physical Properties Of AlcoholsChapter 3.7 - Preparation Of AlcoholsChapter 3.8 - Classification Of AlcoholsChapter 3.9 - Chemical Reactions Of AlcoholsChapter 3.10 - Structural Characteristics Of PhenolsChapter 3.11 - Nomenclature For PhenolsChapter 3.12 - Physical And Chemical Properties Of PhenolsChapter 3.13 - Occurrence Of And Use For PhenolsChapter 3.14 - Structural Characteristics Of EthersChapter 3.15 - Nomenclature For EthersChapter 3.16 - Occurrence Of And Use For EthersChapter 3.17 - Isomerism For EthersChapter 3.18 - Physical And Chemical Properties Of EthersChapter 3.19 - Cyclic EthersChapter 3.20 - Thiols: Sulfur Analogs Of AlcoholsChapter 3.21 - Thioethers: Sulfur Analogs Of EthersChapter 4 - Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 4.1 - The Carbonyl GroupChapter 4.2 - Compounds Containing A Carbonyl GroupChapter 4.3 - The Aldehyde And Ketone Functional GroupsChapter 4.4 - Nomenclature For AldehydesChapter 4.5 - Nomenclature For KetonesChapter 4.6 - Isomerism For Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 4.7 - Selected Common Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 4.8 - Physical Properties Of Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 4.9 - Preparation Of Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 4.10 - Oxidation And Reduction Of Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 4.11 - Reaction Of Aldehydes And Ketones With AlcoholsChapter 4.12 - Sulfur-containing Carbonyl GroupsChapter 5 - Carboxylic Acids, Esters, And Other Acid DerivativesChapter 5.1 - Structure Of Carboxylic Acids And Their DerivativesChapter 5.2 - Iupac Nomenclature Of Carboxylic AcidsChapter 5.3 - Common Names For Carboxylic AcidsChapter 5.4 - Polyfunctional Carboxylic AcidsChapter 5.5 - Physical Properties Of Carboxylic AcidsChapter 5.6 - Preparation Of Carboxylic AcidsChapter 5.7 - Acidity Of Carboxylic AcidsChapter 5.8 - Carboxylic Acids SaltsChapter 5.9 - Carboxylic Acid Decarboxylation ReactionsChapter 5.10 - Structures Of EstersChapter 5.11 - Preparation Of EstersChapter 5.12 - Nomenclature For EstersChapter 5.13 - Selected Common EstersChapter 5.14 - Isomerism For Carboxylic Acids And EstersChapter 5.15 - Physical Properties Of EstersChapter 5.16 - Chemical Properties Of EstersChapter 5.17 - Sulfur Analogs Of EstersChapter 5.18 - PolyestersChapter 5.19 - Acid Chlorides And Acid AnhydridesChapter 5.20 - Esters And Anhydrides Of Inorganic AcidsChapter 6 - Amines And AmidesChapter 6.1 - Bonding Characteristics Of Nitrogen Atoms In Organic CompoundsChapter 6.2 - Structura And Classification Of AminesChapter 6.3 - Nomenclature For AminesChapter 6.4 - Isomerism For AminesChapter 6.5 - Physcial Properties Of AminesChapter 6.6 - Basicity Of AminesChapter 6.7 - Reaction Of Amines With AcidsChapter 6.8 - Alkylation Of Ammonia And AminesChapter 6.9 - Heterocyclic AminesChapter 6.10 - Selected Biochemically Important AminesChapter 6.11 - AlkaloidsChapter 6.12 - Structure And Classification Of AmidesChapter 6.13 - Nomenclature Of AmidesChapter 6.14 - Selected Amides And Their UsesChapter 6.15 - Basicity Of AmidesChapter 6.16 - Physcial Properties Of AmidesChapter 6.17 - Preparation Of AmidesChapter 6.18 - Hydrolysis Of AmidesChapter 6.19 - Polyamides And PolyurethanesChapter 7 - CarbohydratesChapter 7.1 - Biochemistry-an OverviewChapter 7.2 - Occurrence And Functions Of CarbohydratesChapter 7.3 - Classification Of CarbohydratesChapter 7.4 - Chirality: Handedness In MoleculesChapter 7.5 - Stereoisomerism: Enantiomers And DiastereomersChapter 7.6 - Designating Handedness Using Fischer Projection FormulasChapter 7.7 - Properties Of EnantiomersChapter 7.8 - Classification Of MonosaccharidesChapter 7.9 - Biochemically Important MonosaccharidesChapter 7.10 - Cyclic Forms Of MonosaccharidesChapter 7.11 - Haworth Projection FormulasChapter 7.12 - Reactions Of MonosaccharidesChapter 7.13 - DisaccharidesChapter 7.14 - OligosaccharidesChapter 7.15 - General Characteristics Of PolysaccharidesChapter 7.16 - Storage PolysaccharidesChapter 7.17 - Structural PolysaccharidesChapter 7.18 - Acidic PolysaccharidesChapter 7.19 - Dietary Considerations And CarbohydratesChapter 7.20 - Glycolipids And Glycoproteins: Cell RecognitionChapter 8 - LipidsChapter 8.1 - Structure And Classification Of LipidsChapter 8.2 - Types Of Fatty AcidsChapter 8.3 - Physical Properties Of Fatty AcidsChapter 8.4 - Energy-storage Lipids: TriacylglycerolsChapter 8.5 - Dietary Considerations And TriacylglycerolsChapter 8.6 - Chemical Reactions Of TriacylglycerolsChapter 8.7 - Membrane Lipids: PhospholipidsChapter 8.8 - Membrane Lipids: SphingoglycolipidsChapter 8.9 - Membrane Lipids: CholesterolChapter 8.10 - Cell MembranesChapter 8.11 - Emulsification Lipids: Bile AcidsChapter 8.12 - Messenger Lipids: Steroid HormonesChapter 8.13 - Messenger Lipids: EicosanoidsChapter 8.14 - Protective-coating Lipids: Biological WaxesChapter 8.15 - Saponifiable And Nonsaponifiable LipidsChapter 9 - ProteinsChapter 9.1 - Characteristics Of ProteinsChapter 9.2 - Amino Acids: The Building Blocks For ProteinsChapter 9.3 - Essential Amino AcidsChapter 9.4 - Chirality And Amino AcidsChapter 9.5 - Acid-base Properties Of Amino AcidChapter 9.6 - Cysteine: A Chemically Unique Amino AcidChapter 9.7 - PeptidesChapter 9.8 - Biochemically Important Small PeptidesChapter 9.9 - General Structural Characteristics Of ProteinsChapter 9.10 - Primary Structure Of ProteinsChapter 9.11 - Secondary Structure Of ProteinsChapter 9.12 - Tertiary Structure Of ProteinsChapter 9.13 - Quaternary Structure Of ProteinsChapter 9.14 - Protein HydrolysisChapter 9.15 - Protein DenaturationChapter 9.16 - Protein Classification Based On ShapeChapter 9.17 - Protein Classification Based On FunctionChapter 9.18 - GlycoproteinsChapter 9.19 - LipoproteinsChapter 10 - Enzymes And VitaminsChapter 10.1 - General Characteristics Of EnzymeChapter 10.2 - Enzyme StructureChapter 10.3 - Nomenclature And Classification Of EnzymesChapter 10.4 - Models Of Enzyme ActionChapter 10.5 - Enzyme SpecificityChapter 10.6 - Factors That Affect Enzyme ActivityChapter 10.7 - ExtremozymesChapter 10.8 - Enzyme InhibitionChapter 10.9 - Regulation Of Enzyme ActivityChapter 10.10 - Prescription Drugs That Inhibit Enzyme ActivityChapter 10.11 - Medical Uses Of EnzymesChapter 10.12 - General Characteristics Of VitaminsChapter 10.13 - Water-soluble Vitamins: Vitamin CChapter 10.14 - Water-soluble Vitamins: The B VitaminsChapter 10.15 - Fat-soluble VitaminsChapter 11 - Nucleic AcidsChapter 11.1 - Types Of Nucleic AcidsChapter 11.2 - Nucleotides: Structural Building Blocks For Nucleic AcidsChapter 11.3 - Nucleotide FormationChapter 11.4 - Primary Nucleic Acid StructureChapter 11.5 - The Dna Double HelixChapter 11.6 - Replication Of Dna MoleculesChapter 11.7 - Overview Of Protein SynthesisChapter 11.8 - Ribonucleic AcidsChapter 11.9 - Transcription: Rna SynthesisChapter 11.10 - The Genetic CodeChapter 11.11 - Anticodons And Trna MoleculesChapter 11.12 - Translatio: Protein SynthesisChapter 11.13 - MutationsChapter 11.14 - Nucleic Acids And VirusesChapter 11.15 - Recombinant Dna And Genetic EngineeringChapter 11.16 - The Polymerase Chain ReactionChapter 12 - Biochemical Energy ProductionChapter 12.1 - MetabolismChapter 12.2 - Metabolism And Cell StructureChapter 12.3 - Important Nucleotide-containing Compounds In Metabolic PathwaysChapter 12.4 - Important Carboxylate Ions In Metabolic PathwaysChapter 12.5 - High-energy Phosphate CompoundsChapter 12.6 - An Overview Of Biochemical Energy ProductionChapter 12.7 - The Citric Acid CycleChapter 12.8 - The Electron Transport ChainChapter 12.9 - Oxidative PhosphorylationChapter 12.10 - Atp Production For The Common Metabolic PathwayChapter 12.11 - Non-etc Oxygen-consuming ReactionsChapter 12.12 - B Vitamins And The Common Metabolic PathwayChapter 13 - Carbohydrate MetabolismChapter 13.1 - Digestion And Absorption Of CarbohydratesChapter 13.2 - GlycolysisChapter 13.3 - Fates Of PyruvateChapter 13.4 - Atp Production From The Complete Oxidation Of GlucoseChapter 13.5 - Glycogen Synthesis And DegradationChapter 13.6 - GluconeogenesisChapter 13.7 - Terminology For Glucose Metabolic PathwaysChapter 13.8 - The Pentose Phosphate PathwayChapter 13.9 - Hormonal Control Of Carbohydrate MetabolismChapter 13.10 - B Vitamins And Carbohydrate MetabolismChapter 14 - Lipid MetabolismChapter 14.1 - Digestion And Absorption Of LipidsChapter 14.2 - Triacylglycerol Storage And MobilizationChapter 14.3 - Glycerol MetabolismChapter 14.4 - Oxidation Of Fatty AcidsChapter 14.5 - Atp Production From Fatty Acid OxidationChapter 14.6 - Ketone Bodies And KetogenesisChapter 14.7 - Biosynthesis Of Fatty Acids: LipogenesisChapter 14.8 - Relationships Between Lipogenesis And Citric Acid Cycle IntermediatesChapter 14.9 - Fate Of Fatty-acid-generated Acetyl CoaChapter 14.10 - Relationships Between Lipid And Carbohydrate MetabolismChapter 14.11 - B Vitamins And Lipid MetabolismChapter 15 - Protein MetabolismChapter 15.1 - Protein Digestion And AbsorptionChapter 15.2 - Amino Acid UtilizationChapter 15.3 - Transamination And Oxidative DeaminationChapter 15.4 - The Urea CycleChapter 15.5 - Amino Acid Carbon SkeletonsChapter 15.6 - Amino Acid BiosynthesisChapter 15.7 - Hemoglobin CatabolismChapter 15.8 - Proteins And The Element SylfurChapter 15.9 - Interrelationships Among Metabolic PathwaysChapter 15.10 - B Vitamins And Protein Metabolism

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