Determination of Organic Reaction Mechanisms

  • ID: 2176019
  • Book
  • 272 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This practical handbook presents concise descriptions of the most commonly employed experimental techniques for studying reaction mechanisms in organic chemistry. For each technique, all necessary theoretical background is covered, and at least one example of its application––taken from the research literature––is described in detail.
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Philosophy.

Isotopic Labeling.

Chirality and Stereochemistry.

Kinetics.

Isotope Effects.

Mechanisms of Acid–Base Reactions.

Interpretation of Activation Parameters.

Direct Detection of Reactive Intermediates.

Detailed Case Histories.

Appendixes.

Index.
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David O. Carpenter
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