Organic Chemistry IBook - 1997
CliffsQuickReview Organic Chemistry I demystifies the topic with straightforward explanations of the fundamentals. This volume, which focuses on hydrocarbons and stereochemistry, will help you learn almost all of the important points you'll need to succeed in organic chemistry. (These concepts are applied and further developed in CliffsQuickReview Organic Chemistry II.)
This comprehensive guide begins with a review of general chemistry, including atomic structure, ionic and covalent bonding, and acids and bases. In no time, you'll be ready to take on topics such asThe structure of organic molecules, including atomic orbitals and hydrocarbons Alkanes, including nomenclature, preparations, and halogenation Alkenes, including molecular formulas, unsaturation, hydration, polymerization, and epoxide reactions Alkynes, cyclohydrocarbons, and conjugated dienes Stereochemistry, including optical activity, chirality, projections, and more
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