Test Bank for Organic Chemistry Mechanistic Patterns 1st Edition by Ogilvie

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Test Bank for Organic Chemistry Mechanistic Patterns 1st Edition by Ogilvie

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Chapter 1: Carbon and Its Compounds

Chapter 2: Anatomy of an Organic Molecule

Chapter 3: Molecules in Motion: Conformations by Rotations

Chapter 4: Stereochemistry: Three-Dimensional Structure in Molecules

Chapter 5: Organic Reaction Mechanism: Using Curved Arrows to Analyze Reaction Mechanisms

Chapter 6: Acids and Bases

Chapter 7: Bonds as Electrophiles: Reactions of Carbonyls and Related Functional Groups

Chapter 8: Bonds as Nucleophiles: Reactions of Alkenes, Alkynes, Dienes, and Enols

Chapter 9: Conjugation and Aromaticity

Chapter 10: Synthesis Using Aromatic Materials: Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution and Directed Ortho Metalation

Chapter 11: Displacement Reactions on Saturated Carbons: SN1 and SN2 Substitution Reactions

Chapter 12: Formation of Bonds by Elimination Processes: Elimination and Oxidation Reactions

Chapter 13: Structure Determination I: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

Chapter 14: Structure Determination II: Mass Spectrometry and Infrared Spectroscopy

Chapter 15: Bond Electrophiles Connected to Leaving Groups: Carboxylic Acid Derivatives and Their Reactions

Chapter 16: Bonds with Hidden Leaving Groups: Reactions of Acetals and Related Compounds

Chapter 17: Carbonyl-Based Nucleophiles: Aldol, Claisen, Wittig, and Related Enolate Reactions

Chapter 18: Selectivity and Reactivity in Enolate Reactions: Control of Stereoselectivity and Regioselectivity

Chapter 19: Radicals: Halogenation, Polymerization, and Reduction Reactions

Chapter 20: Reactions Controlled by Orbital Interactions: Ring Closures, Cycloadditions, and Rearrangements

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