Organic Chemistry: Principles and Mechanisms (Second Edition) - 2nd Edition - by Joel Karty - ISBN 9780393663556
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Organic Chemistry: Principles and Mecha...
2nd Edition
Joel Karty
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 9780393663556

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Chapter D - Molecular Orbital Theory, Hyperconjugation, And Chemical ReactionsChapter E - Naming Compounds With A Functional Group That Calls For A Suffix 1Chapter 8 - An Introduction To Multistep MechanismsChapter 9 - Nucleophilic Substitution And Elimination Reactions 1Chapter F - Naming Compounds With A Functional Group That Calls For A Suffix 2Chapter 10 - Nucleophilic Substitution And Elimination Reactions 2Chapter 11 - Electrophilic Addition To Nonpolar π Bonds 1Chapter 12 - Electrophilic Addition To Nonpolar π Bonds 2Chapter 13 - Organic Synthesis 1: Beginning Concepts In Designing Multistep SynthesisChapter 14 - Orbital Interactions 2: Extended π Systems, Conjugation, And AromaticityChapter 15 - Structure Determination 1: Ultrabiolet-visible And Infrared SpectroscopiesChapter 16 - Structure Determination 2: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy And Mass SpectroscopyChapter 17 - Nucleophilic Addition To Polar π Bonds 1Chapter 18 - Nucleophilic Addition To Polar π Bonds 2Chapter 19 - Organic Synthesis 2: Intermediate Topics In Synthesis Design, And Useful Redox And Carbon-carbon Bond-forming ReactionsChapter 20 - Nucleophilic Addition–elimination Reactions 1: The General Mechanism Involving Strong NucleophilesChapter 21 - Nucleophilic Addition–elimination Reactions 2: Weak NucleophilesChapter 22 - Aromatic Substitution 1: Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution On Benzene; Useful Accompanying ReactionsChapter 23 - Aromatic Substitution 2: Reactionsof Substituted Benzenes And Other RingsChapter 24 - The Diels–alder Reaction And Other Pericyclic ReactionsChapter 25 - Reactions Involving Free RadicalsChapter G - Fragmentation Pathways In Mass SpectrometryChapter 26 - Polymers

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