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         Organic Chemistry:     more books (102)
  1. Study Guide with Student Solutions Manual for Brown/Iverson/Ansyln/Foote's Organic Chemistry, 5th by William H. Brown, Christopher S. Foote, et all 2008-08-05
  2. Organic Chemistry (Fourth Edition) by Maitland Jones Jr., Steven A. Fleming, 2009-11-16
  3. Organic Chemistry by Susan McMurry, 2003-04
  4. Organic Chemistry Laboratory: Standard and Microscale Experiments by Charles E. Bell, Douglas Taber, et all 2000-08-09
  5. The Organic Chemistry of Drug Design and Drug Action, Second Edition by Richard B. Silverman Ph.D Organic Chemistry, 2004-01-26
  6. March's Advanced Organic Chemistry: Reactions, Mechanisms, and Structure, 5th Edition by Michael B. Smith, Jerry March, 2001-01-15
  7. Organic Chemistry with Learning by Modeling CD-ROM by Francis A Carey, 2005-01-26
  8. Organic Chemistry: Structure and Reactivity by Seyhan N. Ege, 2003-07
  9. General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry by H. Stephen Stoker, 2008-12-15
  10. Organic Chemistry (with Organic ChemistryNOW) by Joseph M. Hornback, 2005-01-31
  11. Examkrackers: 1001 Questions in MCAT, Organic Chemistry by Michelle, Ph.D. Gilbertson, 2001-12-01
  12. Techniques in Organic Chemistry: Miniscale, Standard-Taper Microscale, Williamson Microscale by Jerry R. Mohrig, Christina Noring Hammond, et all 2002-07-19
  13. Organic Chemistry, Student Study Guide and Solutions Manual by T. W. Graham Solomons, Craig Fryhle, 2007-08-03
  14. Organic Chemistry by Marc Loudon, 2009-01-02

61. Main Page
Home Page of the Novosibirsk Institute of organic chemistry SB RAS, Novosibirsk,Russia. Address, Novosibirsk Institute of organic chemistry Lavrentjev Ave.
Address Novosibirsk Institute of Organic Chemistry
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Novosibirsk 630090, Russia Phone Fax Telex 133659 BENZOL RU e-Mail (Central Institute E-mail Dispatcher) To learn more about the Institute, please choose the language: Russian English
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62. Package: Areas/reasonng/chem/congen/
Developed in 1980, The DENDRAL Project delt with analysis of molecular structure in organic chemistry. The chemical and physical properties of compounds are determined not just by their constituent atoms, but by the arrangement of these atoms as well. The CONGEN program implements the general (acyclic and cyclic) generation algorithm in a system that allows a chemist to constrain its enumeration in a variety of ways.
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DENDRAL and CONGEN: Molecular Structure Elucidation in Organic Chemistry
areas/reasonng/chem/congen/ Requires: BCPL CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1 Keywords: Authors!Buchanan, Authors!Feigenbaum, Authors!Lederberg, Authors!Lindsay, BCPL!Code, CONGEN, Chemical Reasoning, DENDRAL, Molecular Structure, Organic Chemistry, Reasoning!Chemical Reasoning References: Robert K. Lindsay, Bruce G. Buchanan, Edward A. Feigenbaum, and Joshua Lederberg, "APPLICATIONS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FOR ORGANIC CHEMISTRY: The DENDRAL Project", McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1980. Last Web update on Mon Feb 13 10:27:47 1995

63. Homepage Of The Institute Of Organic Chemistry - University Of Vienna
Institute of organic chemistry University of Vienna. Welcome to the WWW server ofthe Institute of organic chemistry at the University of Vienna. The Institute.
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Studying chemistry at the University of Vienna (in german)
Organic chemistry for advanced students (Wahlfach Organische Chemie) (in german)
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A directory of selected organic and pharmaceutical chemistry resources.
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    65. Interactive Help With Chemistry, Physics And Organic Chemistry.
    Award winning tutorials in chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry and physics. Downloadable demos, online tutorials and CDROMs available.
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    66. VRML - Basic Organic Reactions - Dr. R. Ehrler
    This Site is also available in GERMAN. Basic Reactions in organic chemistry Interactive. R. Ehrler, Germany, Contact e-mail
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    First Order Nucleophilic Substitution.
    The nucleophilic substitution of a chloro atom by a fluoride ion is described. The reaction is catalysed by a proton. A proton attacks the chloro atom and forms hydrochloric acid. A tertiary carbon cation is formed as an intermediate (planar). From the right side hydrofluoric acid flies in. A proton is lost and t-butylfluoride is formed.
    Second Order Nucleophilic Substitution.

    67. Home Page Of R. Logan
    below. For those students taking organic chemistry, please check outthe CHM 2423 and CHM 2425 selections below. PowerPoint Slides
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    68. Mol4D Web Organic Chemistry
    is an organic chemistry educational web site. A large number of subjects fromthe organic chemistry curriculum, to be used next to the textbook.
    Molecules in four dimensions is an organic chemistry educational web site
    For background information, see at the right; for contents, see below. Mol4D requires the plugin to show molecular structures (not version 6!) is highly recommended. B
    d Is this for me, and why?
    Yes, if you learn or teach organic chemistry Which subjects are treated? A selection of subjects from the textbook Are you a teacher or instructor? Please give us your comments What should I know beforehand? Nothing. But here's something about MOPAC input files What software do I need? Information about (obtaining) the Chime-plugin, or Java and... browser blues (check here if your browser crashes) Is there more? Links to a few other, related web courses B a c k g r o u n d
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    A large number of subjects from the organic chemistry curriculum, to be used next to the textbook.
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    Examples: Rotation in alkanes, cyclohexane chair-to-chair conversion, the relation between glucose open and closed structures
    Examples: Diels-Alder reactions, esterification, addition to double bonds, etc.

    69. CFCC Organic Chemistry
    Links to organic chemistry sites.
    by Dr. Richard Pendarvis It is more than a class. It is a WAY OF LIFE. Chemistry 2210, Fall 2002 (Class of 2003)
    Ethyl Butanoate Synthesized by Chemistry 2211 Spring 2000 Infrared Spectrum of Mark's Product
    Dr. Kevin Wallace, D.M.D., Third Year Prosthodontics Resident, University of Florida College of Dentistry. CFCC Organic Chemistry Class of 1994 You can get there from here. This page is designed to help students who are undertaking the great adventure of learning organic chemistry. Please let me know if there are any other things you think would be useful. Quiz Online and Download Resource Materials in the Chemistry Reserve Room Password Required (located on the CFCC WebCT server). There are separate areas for each course. If you have Questions, problems, concerns about entering the WebCT Account. Please contact the Distance Learning Help Desk at

    70. Organic Chemistry At The University Of Oxford
    organic chemistry at the University of Oxford. The Dyson Perrins Laboratoryis the UK's premier academic laboratory for research in organic chemistry.
    Organic Chemistry at the University of Oxford The Dyson Perrins Laboratory is the UK's premier academic laboratory for research in Organic Chemistry. It is situated near the centre of Oxford's Science Area, with easy access to libraries, colleges and the city centre. In the summer of 2003 the complete facility will move to a purpose-built new laboratory situated on the opposite side of South Parks Road. This new environment, shared with many other research groups from the Chemistry faculty, will create increasing opportunities and resources for interdisciplinary research at the boundaries with both Biology and Materials, expected to be prolific growth areas for Organic Chemistry. The resources in the DP are fitting for a laboratory of international stature. Particular emphasis is placed on NMR , and Mass Spectrometry , where the diverse facilities available to researchers are world class. In addition there is a shared Chemistry resource in X-ray crystallography , permitting rapid and easy acquisition of structural data. At both the laboratory and University level the library facilities are excellent, with increasing emphasis on electronic access to journals and databases. An intensive

    71. Falcon Software, Inc.
    WinMac Educational science software in general Chemistry, organic chemistry, Environmental Science and Electronics. On-line ordering available.

    72. Metabolic Pathways Of Biochemistry - Organic Chemistry Tutorial Webs
    organic chemistry Tutorial Webs. These organic chemistry webs theirdistribution. organic chemistry Tutorial Webs (30 KB). If you
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    These Organic Chemistry webs were designed by the author when he was taking Organic Chemistry at The George Washington University. They are a series of five pages depicting generalized organic reactions, showing how to convert one functional group into another. Students who have used them have found them to be rather helpful, when studying for exam in the second semester of Organic Chemistry at The George Washington University. They also prove very helpful when studying for the MCAT examination. They are provided here in Adobe PDF format for all those who would like them for their own personal use. They may be freely distributed, assumming that they are not altered in any manner, and that no fee is charged for their distribution.
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    73. Chemistry Home
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    74. Alku
    Orgaanisten molekyylien rakentaminen. Wellcome to read The Webbook of organic chemistry .If You visit this book for the first time, read the Instructions .
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    75. Understanding Chemistry - Basic Organic Chemistry Menu
    Understanding Chemistry. BASIC organic chemistry MENU. Bonding in organiccompounds . . . Includes polarity. organic chemistry conventions . . .
    Understanding Chemistry BASIC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY MENU
    Bonding in organic compounds . . .
    Includes basic electronic structure, bonding in methane, ethene, benzene and carbonyl compounds, and ideas about electronegativity and bond polarity.
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    Includes how to name and draw organic compounds, and the use of curly arrows in reaction mechanisms.
    Isomerism in organic compounds . . .
    Includes structural isomerism and stereoisomerism (both geometric and optical).
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    Includes the acid strengths of carboxylic acids, phenols and alcohols, and the base strengths of primary amines.
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    76. Organic Chemistry - Naming Organic Compounds And Reactions
    Naming organic compounds and reactions.

    77. Index
    Translate this page University of Florence We welcome you to the. organic chemistry Department.Via della Lastruccia, 13 I-50019-Sesto (FI) (Italy) Prof.
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    78. Evologic, Bioinformatics, Microbial Genetics, Organic Chemistry And Automation O
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    79. American Chemical Society: Journal Of Organic Chemistry Table Of Contents
    Similar pages IMCThe research program of the Institute of Molecular Chemistry covers a broad areaof physical, inorganic and (bio)organic chemistry that forms the foundation

    80. MIT Chemistry Home Page
    Department of Chemistry.Category Science Chemistry United States Massachusetts...... 2003; 5.112 Principles of Chemical Science, Fall 2002; 5.12 OrganicChemistry I, Spring 2003; 5.13 organic chemistry II, Spring
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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    The Chemistry Department welcomes new faculty members Mohammad Movassaghi, Sarah E. O'Connor, and Troy Van Voorhis.
    Mohammad Movassaghi received his Ph.D. from Harvard University and his B.S. in Chemistry from the University of California at Berkeley. He is currently a Damon Runyon post-doctoral fellow at Harvard University. He will join the faculty in the Department of Chemistry at MIT in July 2003. His research interest is complex natural product synthesis in concert with the discovery and the development of new reactions for organic synthesis. Sarah O'Connor received her B.S. in chemistry from the University of Chicago in 1995 and her Ph.D. from MIT with Barbara Imperiali in 2001. She is currently an Irving S. Sigal post-doctoral fellow in the Department of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology at Harvard Medical School with Christopher Walsh. Dr. O'Connor will join the faculty in the Department of Chemistry at MIT in July 2003. Troy Van Voorhis received his Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley and his B.A. in Chemistry from Rice University. He is currently a post-doctoral fellow at Harvard University . He will join the faculty in the Department of Chemistry at MIT in June 2003. His research interests include the development of novel

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