Further Challenging Problems in Organic Reaction Mechanisms explores the problems encountered in the study of the various facets of organic chemistry, including syntheses, reactions, reagents, and reaction mechanisms. Each problem describes the starting material, the conditions of the reaction, and the product, followed by the reference to the original publication. This permits the reader to solve the problem, either independently or with guidance from the Pathways and Pointers provided, and then compare the results with those presented in the literature. This work is of great value to organic chemists and researchers and organic chemistry teachers and students.However, the organic chemist has the advantage in two respects. First, his problems are set by Nature, not man, and we are not told the solutions; it is therefore impossible to cheat. And second, organic chemistry has practical value, so that theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Further Challenging Problems in Organic Reaction Mechanisms|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2012-12-02|