Encyclopaedia Of Organic Reaction Mechanisms : Principles , Structures & Relativity ( 4 Volumes Set )
It is important to learn how to draw reasonable mechanisms for organic reactions because mechanisms are the framework that makes organic chemistry make sense. Understanding and remembering the bewildering array of reactions known to organic chemists would be completely impossible were it not possible to organize them into just a few basic mechanistic types. The ability to formulate mechanistic hypotheses about how organic reactions proceed is also required for the discovery and optimization of new reactions. The general approach of this book is to familiarize you with the classes and types of reaction mechanisms that are known and to give you the tools to learn how to draw mechanisms for reactions that you have never seen before. The body of each chapter discusses the more common mechanistic pathways and suggests practical tips for drawing them. The discussion of each type of mechanism contains both worked and unworked problems. The sole purpose of this book is to teach students how to come up with reasonable mechanisms for reactions that they have never seen before. As most chemists know, it is usually possible to draw more than one reasonable mechanism for any given reaction. It is intended that this book will be a valuable reference to the students and teachers of pharmacology and toxicology.
AUTOR: Young, Derek
EDITORA: Auris Reference
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