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Organic Chemistry II For Dummies (Free PDF)

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Welcome to Organic Chemistry II For Dummies. We’re certainly happy you decided to delve further into the fascinating world of organic chemistry. It’s a complex area of chemistry, but understanding organic chemistry isn’t really that difficult. It simply takes hard work, attention to detail, some imagination, and the desire to know. Organic chemistry, like any area of chemistry, is not a spectator sport. You need to interact with the material, try different study techniques, and ask yourself why things happen the way they do.

Organic Chemistry II is a more intricate course than the typical freshman introductory chemistry course, and you may find that it’s also more involved than Organic I. You may actually need to use those things you learned (and study habits you developed) in Organic I to be successful in Organic II. But if you work hard, you can get through your Organic II course. More importantly, you may grow to appreciate the myriad chemical reactions that take place in the diverse world of organic chemistry.

Part I: Brushing Up on Important Organic Chemistry I Concepts
Chapter 1: Organic Chemistry II: Here We Go Again!
Chapter 2: Remembering How We Do It: Mechanisms
Chapter 3: Alcohols and Ethers: Not Just for Drinking and Sleeping
Chapter 4: Conjugated Unsaturated Systems
Chapter 5: “Seeing” Molecules: Spectroscopy Revisited
Part II: Discovering Aromatic (And Not So Aromatic) Compounds
Chapter 6: Introducing Aromatics
Chapter 7: Aromatic Substitution Part I: Attack of the Electrophiles
Chapter 8: Aromatic Substitution Part II: Attack of the Nucleophiles and Other Reactions
Part III: Carbonyls: Good Alcohols Gone Bad
Chapter 9: Comprehending Carbonyls
Chapter 10: Aldehydes and Ketones
Chapter 11: Enols and Enolates
Chapter 12: Carboxylic Acids and Their Derivatives
Part IV: Advanced Topics (Every Student’s Nightmare)
Chapter 13: Amines and Friends
Chapter 14: Metals Muscling In: Organometallics
Chapter 15: More Reactions of Carbonyl Compounds
Chapter 16: Living Large: Biomolecules
Part V: Pulling It All Together
Chapter 17: Overview of Synthesis Strategies
Chapter 18: Roadmaps and Predicting Products
Part VI: The Part of Tens
Chapter 19: Ten Surefire Ways to Fail Organic Chemistry II
Chapter 20: More than Ten Ways to Increase Your Score on an Organic Chemistry Exam
Appendix: Named Reactions

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"John T. Moore", EdD, grew up in the foothills of western North Carolina. He attended the University of North Carolina–Asheville where he received his bachelor’s degree in chemistry. He earned his master’s degree in chemistryfrom Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. After a stint in the United States Army, he decided to try his hand at teaching. In 1971 he joined the chemistry faculty of Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas, where he still teaches chemistry.

"Richard H. Langley", PhD, grew up in southwestern Ohio. He attended Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, where he received bachelor’s degrees in chemistry and in mineralogy and a master’s degree in chemistry. His next stop was the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, Nebraska, where he received his doctorate in chemistry.

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