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Reaction Mechanisms in Organic Chemistry

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<p><b>An accessible and step-by-step exploration of organic reaction mechanisms</b></p> <p>In <i>Reaction Mechanisms in Organic Chemistry, </i>eminent researcher Dr. Metin Balcı explains organic reaction mechanisms step-by-step. The book offers a way for undergraduate and graduate students to understand—rather than memorize—the principles of reaction mechanisms. It includes the most important reaction types, including substitution, elimination, addition, pericyclic, and C-C coupling reactions. <p>Each chapter contains problems and accompanying solutions that cover central concepts in organic chemistry. Students will learn to understand the foundational nature of ideas like Lewis acids and bases, electron density, the mesomeric effect, and the inductive effect via the use of detailed examples and an expansive discussion of the concept of hybridization. <p>Along with sections covering aromaticity and the chemistry of intermediates, the book includes: <ul><li>A thorough introduction to basic concepts in organic reactions, including covalent bonding, hybridization, electrophiles and nucleophiles, and inductive and mesomeric effects</li> <li>Comprehensive explorations of nucleophilic substitution reactions, including optical activity and stereochemistry of SN<sub>2</sub> reactions </li> <li>Practical discussions of elimination reactions, including halogene elimination and Hofmann elimination </li> <li>In-depth examinations of addition reactions, including the addition of water to alkenes and the epoxidation of alkenes </li></ul> <p>Perfect for students of chemistry, biochemistry, and pharmacy, <i>Reaction Mechanisms in Organic Chemistry</i> will also earn a place in the libraries of researchers and lecturers in these fields seeking a one-stop resource on organic reaction mechanisms.

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