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         Organic Chemistry:     more books (102)
  1. Organic Chemistry I as a Second Language: Translating the Basic Concepts by David M. Klein, 2007-06-22
  2. Organic Chemistry I For Dummies by Arthur Winter, 2005-07-08
  3. Organic Chemistry II as a Second Language: Second Semester Topics by David M. Klein, 2005-10-07
  4. Organic Chemistry (7th Edition) by Leroy G. Wade, 2009-02-01
  5. Organic Chemistry I Workbook For Dummies by Arthur Winter PhD, 2008-07-08
  6. Organic Chemistry by Francis Carey, Robert Giuliano, 2010-01-08
  7. Study Guide and Solutions Manual for Organic Chemistry by Paula Y. Bruice, 2010-06-30
  8. Study Guide with Solutions Manual for McMurry's Organic Chemistry, 7th by Susan McMurry, 2007-02-20
  9. Organic Chemistry (6th Edition) by Paula Y. Bruice, 2010-01-13
  10. Organic Chemistry by T. W. Graham Solomons, Craig Fryhle, 2007-02-16
  11. Study Guide/Solutions Manual for Organic Chemistry by Janice Smith, Erin Smith Berk, 2010-01-15
  12. Study Guide/Solutions Manual to accompany Organic Chemistry by Janice Smith, Erin R. Smith, 2007-03-12
  13. Organic Chemistry II For Dummies by John T. Moore, Richard H. Langley, 2010-07-13
  14. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Organic Chemistry by Ian Guch, Ph.D., Kjirsten Wayman, 2008-06-03

1. Common Definitions And Terms In Organic Chemistry
Explains the main terms used in this field. Listed alphabetically.
Common Definitions and Terms in Organic Chemistry
These definitions are the preferred ones to be used in Organic Chemistry. Note that some terms (such as configuration) have more than one interpretation. acid an agent able to produce positively charged hydrogen ions (H ). [Since the hydrogen ion is a bare proton, it usually exists in a solvated form (such as H O achiral not chiral. A compound (or object) that is superimposible on its mirror image. For example CH activation energy the miminmum energy which reacting species must possess in order to be able to form an 'activated complex', or 'transition state', before proceeding to the products. [The activation energy ( Ea ) may be derived from the temperature dependence of the reaction rate using the Arrhenius equation.] addition reactions reactions in which an unsaturated system is saturated or part saturated by the addition of a molecule across the multiple bond.[ E.g . the addition of bromine to ethene to form 1,2-dibromoethane] alkaloid organic substances occurring naturally, which are basic, forming salts with acids. The basic group is usually an amino function.

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3. Electronic Conferences On Trends In Organic Chemistry
Conduct searches and access conference notes on organic, heterocyclic, and organometallic chemistry. Electronic Conference on Trends in organic chemistry. 1996 ECTOC2 ECHET96.
Electronic Conferences on Trends in Organic Chemistry
  • ECTOC-1 . Electronic Conference on Trends in Organic Chemistry
  • ECTOC-2: ECHET96 . Electronic Conference on Trends in Heterocyclic Chemistry
  • ECTOC-3 . Electronic Conference on Trends in Organometallic Chemistry
  • ECTOC-4: ECHET98 . Electronic Conference on Trends in Heterocyclic Chemistry
Match: All (and) Any (or) Boolean (and/or) Format: Long Short
Restrict search to: Select conference: All the conferences ECTOC-3 ECTOC-1
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4. ACS Organic Chemistry Division Has Moved
Get membership, officer, publication, and awards information from the organic chemistry Division of the American Chemical Society. Web Master, Division of organic chemistry, ACS. This Page was Updated Saturday, February 1, 2003
This Website Has Moved! Webmasters should now set their links to the new Organic Chemistry Division website.

5. Chemistry: Undergraduate Organic Laboratory Experiments
Cooperative effort between the University of Wyoming and Dartmouth College gives lab guides for five experiments. Undergraduate organic chemistry Laboratory Experiments
Undergraduate Organic Chemistry Laboratory Experiments
Reactions on Supported Reagents
This posting is a cooperative effort between the University of Wyoming and Dartmouth College. The experiments were developed in the Chemistry Department at the University of Wyoming under the direction of Dr. David A. Nelson and will be user tested by Dr. James J. Worman of Rochester Institute of Technology. Posting was accomplished through the guidance and cooperation of Dr. Joseph BelBruno of the Chemistry Department at Dartmouth. The written descriptions are designed to contain only minimal experimental details. This was done to allow the instructor and the student to participate more fully in the development of the experiment. Theory is not included in the write-up and need to be supplemented from an organic laboratory manual or text.
For a similar site which lists experiments in all areas of chemistry see ChemJOULE , the Chemistry Journal Of Undergraduate Laboratory Experiments
Introduction to Supported Reagents Organic Experiments
Background: This project was initiated with support from the National Science Foundation as a Leadership in Laboratory Development grant under the Instrumentation for Laboratory Instuction program (ILI-LLD).

6. Colby OChem Visual Demos
The following is a listing of organic chemistry demos made using Macromedia Director.
The Poon-Mundy Computer Demonstrations The following movies were developed by Professor Thomas Poon (now at Claremont-McKenna College)
and Professor Emeritus Bradford Mundy (Colby College)
Click here to download Shockwave Plug-in
Topic Shockwave File Size Orbitals 392 K Representing Compounds 362 K Alkane Physical Properties 576 K Cycloalkanes 522 K What is a dihedral angle? 308 K Stereochemistry 354 K Carbocationic Rearrangements 361 K Computational Chemistry 652 K SN1 vs. SN2 367 K Pinacol Rearrangement 273 K Mass Spectrometry 127 K Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution 152 K Aldehydes and Ketones 173 K Enolates 168 K alpha,beta-Unsaturated Carbonyls 127 K Amines 389 K
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7. IUPAC Nomenclature
Recommendations 1979 and 1993. Nicely organized and searchable.Category Science Chemistry Organic Nomenclature......The HTML version of IUPAC Blue Book Nomenclature of organic chemistry, PergamonPress, Oxford, 1979 and A Guide to IUPAC Nomenclature of Organic Compounds
Published with permission of the IUPAC by Advanced Chemistry Development, Inc.
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IUPAC Nomenclature of Organic Chemistry SEARCH
Recommendations 1979
Recommendations 1993
A. Hydrocarbons Preamble B. ... Appendix This HTML reproduction of Sections A, B and C of IUPAC "Blue Book" is as close as possible to the published version [see Nomenclature of Organic Chemistry, Sections A, B, C, D, E, F, and H This HTML reproduction is as close as possible to the published version [see IUPAC, Commission on Nomenclature of Organic Chemistry. A Guide to IUPAC Nomenclature of Organic Compounds (Recommendations 1993) Search IUPAC Nomenclature The HTML reproduction of the IUPAC Nomenclature of Organic Chemistry is published by Advanced Chemistry Development, Inc. with permission of the IUPAC . The following IUPAC publications were taken as a source:
  • If you need to cite these rules please quote the references above as their source. What are you looking for? Documentation about making queries is available.
  • 8. Sizzling Organic Chemistry Dramas
    These are four somewhat bawdy (if you're a molecule) plays illustrating organic chemistry reaction mechanisms.
    Sizzling Organic Chemistry Dramas!
    by Brenna Lorenz
    Electrophilic Addition
    (A Molecular Drama) Characters : Secondary carbon (Sec) is sharing four electrons with Primary Carbon (Prim) to form a propene molecule. Along comes a hungry electrophilic Hydrogen (Hyd) who is bonded to an electron-hogging Chlorine (Chlor). Hyd : Oh, look at all those electrons on that propene!
    Chlor : What's with you? Aren't my electrons good enough for you?
    Hyd : (disgusted) Your electrons. That's the whole trouble with you. They're our electrons, you pig!
    Prim : Hi, Hydrogen! Nice nucleus!
    Chlor : You keep your electrons away from my Hydrogen's nucleus!
    Hyd : (to Propene) Would you share your electrons with little old me?
    Prim and Sec : Yes!
    Hyd : (Shoving electron pair at Chlorine) Here! Keep your precious electrons! I'm going to bond with someone who appreciates me.
    (Hydrogen grabs one of the electron pairs shared by Secondary and Primary Carbons, and after a brief struggle, Secondary lets go, leaving Hydrogen bonded to Primary.)
    Sec : Help! I'm a carbocation! Someone give me some electrons, quick! (Spots Chlorine.) Hey, you've got electrons to spare. Share them with me.

    9. Wiley-VCH - European Journal Of Organic Chemistry
    Publishes full papers, short communications, and microreviews from the entire spectrum of synthetic Category Science Chemistry Organic Journals......The European Journal of organic chemistry publishes microreviews, full papers, shortcommunications and microreviews covering the entire spectrum of synthetic
    Journals Journals from A to Z European Journal of Organic Chemistry Books Journals Please specify Architecture Business Chemistry Civil Engineering Computer Science Earth Science Education Electrical Engineering Geography Graphics Design History Industrial Engin. Life Sciences Materials Science Mathematics Mechanical Engin. Medical Sciences Physics Social Science Statistics Journals from
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    ... Electronic Media Please specify Accounting Architecture Business Chemistry Civil Engineering Computer Certification Computer Science Earth Science Economics Education Electrical Engineering End-User Computing Finance Geography Graphics Design History Hospitality Industrial Engin. Law Life Sciences Materials Science Mathematics Mechanical Engin. Medical Sciences Physics Psychology Social Science Statistics European Journal of Organic Chemistry
    Latest Issue European Journal of Organic Chemistry publishes full papers, short communications, and microreviews from the entire spectrum of synthetic organic, bioorganic and physical-organic chemistry formerly contained in: - Liebigs Annalen - Bulletin des Société Chimiques Belges - Bulletin de la Société Chimique de France - Gazzetta Chimica Italiana - Recueil des Travaux Chimiques des Pays-Bas - Anales de Química - Chimika Chronika - Revista Portuguesa de Química European Journal of Organic Chemistry continues to keep you up-to-date with progress made in all the fields of organic chemistry.

    10. Organic Chemistry Help!
    Find organic chemistry tutorials, chemistry FAQs, selfgrading tests, common organic chemistry reaction mechanisms, and indexed chemistry links.
    Organic Chemistry Help
    Sponsored by the Frostburg State University Chemistry Department
    Learn organic chemistry through these interactive tutorials Mechanisms
    Learn the basic organic chemistry reaction mechanisms Organic Help
    Learn organic chemistry synthesis techniques, how to work reaction mechanisms, how to study
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    See how well you may perform on actual organic chemistry tests, by taking these self-grading quizzes
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    Categorized and rated links to the best organic chemistry resources, and other related chemistry sites on the net! Message Board
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    Get in touch with the Frostburg chemistry department or learn about the author !Coming Soon! New design and content! Home Arthur Winter Frostburg State University var site="sm2artickus2"

    11. Organic Chemistry
    Searchable literature index and interesting procedures in organic synthesis

    12. Erik's Chemistry: Organic, General, AP And Physical Chemistry Notes
    A student made page with information about general chemistry, AP chemistry, organic chemistry and physical chemistry.
    E r i k s C h e m i s t r y Chemistry Links Chemistry Images Chemistry Animations Chemistry Humor
    Intro to Chemistry
    Gas Laws
    Quantum Theory
    Solution Chemistry
    Periodic Table
    Chemical Bonding
    Liquids and Solids Introduction to Organic Chemistry About The Site
    Erik's Chemistry is a collection of Chemistry, AP Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry notes, available for people to read through, review and learn with. New sections will be added as I finish making them. This site is maintained by Erik Epp . Erik's Chemistry is best viewed at 800x600 or greater. Erik's Chemistry News Dec 23, 2002 *GASP* An Update! - As time passes, it seems less and less likely that this site will be revived for new content. I'm now at the University of Chicago, in the Ph.D. program in chemistry. My time is now occupied mainly with my classes, teaching classes, and research; there's not much left over. In any case, the site will remain, in its present form, as long as tripod is willing to host it for free. There's one new link that I've added this update, for ChemSketch, a program for drawing chemical structures. Erik Jan 26, 2002

    13. Brunel University Chemistry Department
    Multiple Choice Questions in organic chemistry.
    Welcome to Chemistry's Home Page.
    Chemistry Unit
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    Brunel University
    Uxbridge, Middlesex UB8 3PH
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    General Information
    Multiple Choice Questions in Organic Chemistry
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    14. Institute Of Organic Chemistry
    Provides fundamental and applied scientific research, consulting and expert in the field of synthetic organic chemistry.

    15. Glossary Of Physical Organic Chemistry
    Chemistry. GLOSSARY OF TERMS USED IN PHYSICAL organic chemistry. (IUPACRecommendations 1994). Prepared for publication by P. Müller
    International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry
    Organic Chemistry Division
    Commission on Physical Organic Chemistry
    (IUPAC Recommendations 1994)
    Membership of the Working Party 1987-93: World Wide Web version prepared by Gerard P. Moss
    Department of Chemistry, Queen Mary University of London,
    Mile End Road, London, E1 4NS, UK
    With the assistance of Charles L. Perrin ( Pure Appl. Chem. For problems in converting the text into a World Wide Web version see the IUPAC home page. Any comments, corrections or suggestions for additional entries in a future edition should be e-mailed to As well as an Introduction and index all terms are listed alphabetically in the following files: A B Ca to Cl Co to Cy ... T to Z . The references for each section are listed at the end of each file and the complete list of references is available as a separate file. Return to main IUPAC Chemical Nomenclature home page

    16. Molecular Modelling
    Summary of lecture course which aims to introduce the hierarchy of computational modeling methods used in organic chemistry. Links to background and supplemental information.
    c) Henry Rzepa. 1995-2003.

    17. Organic Chemistry Division, ACS
    The Division of organic chemistry of the American Chemical Society. Provides important information Category Science Chemistry Organic......This is the home page of the Division of organic chemistry of the American ChemicalSociety. header.gif, Welcome to the. Organic Division Web Page. acs.gif.
    Welcome to the
    Organic Division
    Web Page
    Division News and Upcoming Meetings:
    Call for Papers for the 226th ACS National Meeting:
    Date/Location: September 7-11, 2003 in New York, NY
    Abstracts Due Online: April 18, 2003. Submit abstracts using the Online Abstract Submittal System (OASYS) at Extended abstracts are no longer required. See the Division's Meetings page for more details
    11th International Symposium on Relations between Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalysis:
    The International Symposium on Relations between Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalysis (ISHHC) is a unique and stimulating forum to explore the common conceptual connections between heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysis, to assess the current status of these important fields, and to survey promising emerging directions. ISHHC-11 will be hosted by the Northwestern University Center for Catalysis and Surface Science at Northwestern's pleasant lakeside campus (35 minutes from O'Hare International Airport, just north of Chicago) July 20-25, 2003. The program will feature invited principal lectures, invited section lectures, contributed lectures, poster sessions, panel discussions, and convivial social events. For more information, registration materials, etc. please see our web site Date/Location: July 20-25, 2003, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois

    18. -- Online Science Tutorials
    A series of tutorials for organic chemistry at present. The site is under development.
    Detecting necessary software... please be patient. If nothing happens after 15 seconds, Please CLICK HERE Scitutor, developed by a team of leading professors, enables students to master the concepts and problem solving necessary to succeed in Organic Chemistry. Every key concept is presented in it's own tutorial, using animations that allow you to visualize molecules in 3-D and learn the "how-to" of solving problems. To insure that you have successfully mastered concepts and problem solving, Scitutor has an easy-to-use drawing tool that allows students to practice drawing molecules. SciTutor offers a variety of subscription options that are a far better value than the cost of a private tutor. And unlike a private tutor, SciTutor is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We know how important it is to succeed in Organic Chemistry. With SciTutor, the odds of success are on your side. Successful passage through college science courses requires students to perceive the 3-dimensional characteristics of reacting molecules and to develop problem-solving techniques. Most students cannot interpret the 2-D drawings in textbooks. In addition, students must independently discover how to solve problems. Most students do not deal well with independent exploration and therefore rely on the a. assistance of private tutors.

    19. Curriculum Vitae
    Ph.D. organic chemistry at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. Thesis Synthesis of Dioxins as Analytical and Toxicological Standards .
    Curriculum Vitae Name: Thomas Lee Collier, Ph.D. Birthplace: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Citizenship: Canada Academic Training: CARLETON UNIVERSITY, Ottawa, Canada B.Sc. (Chemistry, Honours) September 1977 - June 1982 CARLETON UNIVERSITY, Ottawa, Canada PhD (Chemistry) September 1982 - November 1990 Thesis title: "Synthesis of Dioxins as Analytical and Toxicological Standards" Sponsor: Dr. John W. ApSimon Citation: Ph.D. Thesis, Carleton University; Canadian Thesis Service, National Library of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. Professional Organizations and Societies: Member, American Chemical Society Member, Division of Medicinal Chemistry, ACS Member, Society of Nuclear Medicine Member, Radiopharmaceutical Sciences Council, Society of Nuclear Medicine Member, Society of Non-Invasive Drug Development (SNIDD) Member, Institute for Clinical PET Member, Drug Information Association Member, Electrophoresis Society
    Other: Authorized to release radiopharmaceuticals for human studies under the auspices of the Radioactive Drug Research Committee Invited Lectures: "Preparation of Radiopharmaceuticals for Use in Diagnostic Nuclear Medicine", Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, New York, NY, June 1, 1999.

    20. Organic Reaction Quizzes And Summaries
    Designed to assist organic chemistry students in the review of the basic reactions.
    Organic Reaction Quizzes and Summaries
    You may use these summaries and problems but you may NOT download them for use at another site, nor may you charge for access to them: they are the property of the authors and Towson University.
    The summaries and quizzes which can be selected below are designed to assist organic chemistry students in the review of the basic reactions; they are similar to the summaries in the text and include references to it. We have chosen to use specific examples, rather than R-group notation, so that you will see the reactions in context in a real, but simple, molecule. Note that every reaction should occur twice in this summary, once under "reactions" and once under "synthesis" ; for your convenience, the functional groups are separated into semester groups, but some reactions may occur once in each. Reactions for which the mechanism or stereochemistry is an important part of your learning have Mechanism! or Stereochemistry! highlighted. Study hints by this professor and a successful Towson University student ; hints provided for a Biochemistry course also apply since the skills are the same.

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