Organic Reaction Mechanisms
This book, written explicitly for graduate and postgraduate students of chemistry, provides an extensive coverage of various organic reactions and rearrangements with emphasis on their application in synthesis. A summary of oxidation and reduction of organic compounds is given in tabular form (correlation tables) for the convenience of students. The most commonly encountered reaction intermediates are dealt with. Applications of organic reagents illustrated with examples and problems at the end of each chapter will enable students to evaluate their understanding of the topic.
Chemical Kinetics and Reaction Pathways
reactants and products
Reaction Intermediates Ylides and Enamines
Some Reactions Mechanisms and Appplications
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