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Organic Chemistry Principles in Context

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IN THE ACADEMIC STUDY OF THE ARTS , the principles necessary to create a work of art such as a painting or a poem or a musical composition are discovered by studying the completed work. In this way the student encounters the beauty arising from the use of these principles at the very beginning, with the pleasure of this encounter stimulating the desire to understand what stands behind such an accomplishment. The method of learning of the arts is close to how we learn outside of the academic world, how a child learns from the start. We don’t learn the alphabet before we hear people speaking. We don’t learn the colors or the shapes of common objects before seeing the world around us. The wonders of sound and shape and color intrigue us and stimulate our desire to figure out what is going on and what it all means.

CHAPTER 1: From Cellulose and Starch to the Principles of Structure and Stereochemistry
CHAPTER 2: A Survey of the Experiments Usually Performed by Chemists to Understand the Structures of Organic Molecules: Mass Spectrometers, Infrared Spectrometers and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometers
CHAPTER 3: From Galactosemia to the Properties of Six-membered Rings: An Introduction to the Mechanisms of Chemical Reactions
CHAPTER 4: Understanding Carbocations: From the Production of High Octane Gasoline to the Nature of Acids and Bases
CHAPTER 5: Carbocations in Living Processes
CHAPTER 6: Aromatic – A Word that Came to Mean Something Other than Odor in the Chemical Sciences
CHAPTER 7: Fatty Acid Catabolism and the Chemistry of the Carbonyl Group
CHAPTER 8: Carbanions and Carbonyl Chemistry: Sugar Catabolism, Isopentenyl Diphosphate Synthesis and the Citric Acid Cycle
CHAPTER 9: Investigating the Properties of Addition and Condensation Polymers: Understanding more about Free Radicals, Esters and Amides
CHAPTER 10: The Industrial Road Toward Increasing Efficiency in the Synthesis of Hexamethylene Diamine with Stopovers at Kinetic Versus Thermodynamic Control of Chemical Reactions, Nucleophilic Substitution, and with a Side Trip to Laboratory Reducing Agents
CHAPTER 11: Much can be learned about organic chemistry from the study of natural rubber and other elastomers.
CHAPTER 12: Synthesis Part One

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