Organic Chemistry (Free PDF)


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Content:-
1. Authors
2. Foreword
3. Unit 1: Foundational concepts of organic chemistry
4. History of organic chemistry
5. Atomic structure
6. Electronegativity
7. Electronegativity content from Wikipedia
8. Bonding
9. Electron dot structures & formal charge
10. Resonance
11. Acids and bases
12. Unit 2: Alkanes and cycloalkanes
13. Introduction
14. Drawing alkanes
15. Conformations
16. Preparation of Alkanes
17. Properties of Alkanes
18. Introduction to Nomenclature
19. See also
20. Alkanes
21. Methane and carbon chains
22. Properties of alkanes
23. Drawing alkanes
24. Constitutional isomers
25. Naming alkanes
26. Cycloalkanes
27. Newman projections and conformers
28. Conformations
29. Stereoisomers and chirality
30. Stereoisomers
31. Unit 3: Stereochemistry
32. Chirality
33. Optical activity
34. Enantiomers
35. Meso compounds
36. Diastereomers
37. Diastereomers
38. Diastereomers with stereocenters
39. Diastereoselectivity
40. Configurations
41. R-S notational system
42. Unit 4: Haloalkanes
43. Preparation
44. Properties
45. Reactions
46. Unit 5: Alcohols
47. Preparation
48. Properties
49. Reactions
50. Unit 6: Amine
51. Unit 7: Alkenes
52. Naming Alkenes
53. Properties
54. Relative stability
55. Reactions
56. Substitution and Elimination Reaction Mechanisms
57. References
58. Unit 8: Alkynes
59. The triple carbon-carbon bond
60. Alkyne properties
61. Naming alkynes
62. Cycloalkynes
63. Alkyne reactions
64. Unit 9: Dienes
65. Kinds of dienes
66. Conjugation
67. Diene properties and reactions
68. Unit 10: Aromatics
69. History of Aromatics
70. Benzene Structure
71. Aromaticity
72. Monosubstituted Benzenes
73. Polysubstituted Benzenes
74. Aromatics in history
75. Benzene structure
76. Benzene properties
77. Overview of electrophilic aromatic substitution reactions
78. Friedel-Crafts alkylation
79. Friedel-Crafts acylation
80. Aromatic reactions
81. Redox
82. Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution
83. Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution
84. External links
85. References
86. Unit 11: Ketones and ald
87. Unit 12: Carboxylic acids
88. Preparation
89. Properties
90. Reactions
91. Unit 13: Carboxylic acid derivatives
92. Unit 14: Analytical techniques
93. Elemental analysis
94. Chromatography
95. Theory
96. Paper chromatography
97. Thin layer chromatography
98. Gas chromatography
99. Column chromatography
100. Detection methods
101. Spectroscopy
102. Mass Spectroscopy
103. Infrared spectroscopy
104. References & notes
105. Unit 15: Organometallics
106. Appendix A: Introduction to reactions
107. How to write organic reactions
108. Overview of addition, elimination, substitution and rearrangement reactions
109. Polar and radical reactions
110. Redox reactions
111. Functional groups in reactions
112. Drawing reactio
113. Rates and equilibria
114. Gibbs free energy
115. Bond dissociation energy
116. Energy diagrams
117. Transition states
118. Carbocations
119. Electrophilic additions
120. Zaitsev’s rule
121. Oxidation
122. Radicals
123. Rearrangement reactions
124. Pericyclic reactions
125. Diels-Alder reaction
126. Epoxide
127. Appendix B: Index of reactions
128. Appendix C: Introduction to functional groups
129. Overview of Functional Groups
130. Other appendices
131. Glossary
132. Short periodic table
133. External links
134. Resources
135. Other online textbooks
136. Contributors
List of Figures
137. Licenses




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