Reaction Mechanisms in Organic Chemistry

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The book consists of theories and basis of reaction mechanism. Also covers Named Reactions, Rearrangements & Reagents followed by level wise solved practice questions for NEET/ JEE Main & Advanced/ PETs/ GATE /JAM/ CSIR-UGC/ NET etc.

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Reaction Mechanisms in Organic Chemistry is specially designed for the students preparing for medical & engineering competitive exams as well as for the students of undergraduate chemistry honours/major programmes to understand the mechanism of various organic reactions, functional group transformations and synthetic methods. It will also be useful for first-year postgraduate students in chemistry and those preparing for competitive examinations such as GATE, JAM and CSIR-UGC NET.

The book comprising of Section-I Theories and Basis of Reaction Mechanism

Section-II Alphabetically arranged Named Reactions, Rearrangements & Reagents

Each concept is theoretically well explained with a lot of solved practice problems covering all level of questions from basic to advanced, and all type of questions with only one correct option, more than one correct option, assertion-reason type, comprehension type, match the columns, etc.

With the help of this book, students will be able to organise and inter-relate the facts about a reaction supported by experimental evidences.

Table of Contents:-
  • INTRODUCTION
  • General
  • Nucleophiles, Bases and Leaving Groups
  • Reaction Intermediates
  • Nucleophilic Substitution Reactions
  • Elimination Reactions
  • Free Radical Reactions
  • Electrophilic and Nucleophilic Addition
  • Substitution on Aromatic Rings
  • Mechanism of Reactions of Acid Derivatives
  • Acetoacetic Ester Synthesis
  • Acyloin Condensation
  • Alder-Ene Reaction
  • Aldol Condensation
  • Allylic Rearrangement
  • Arndt-Eistert Reaction
  • Azo Coupling Reaction
  • Exercise
  • Baeyer-Villiger Oxidation
  • Baldwin’s Rules
  • Beckmann Rearrangement
  • Benzidine Rearrangement
  • Benzilic Acid Rearrangement
  • Benzoin Condensation
  • Birch Reduction
  • Bouveault-Blanc Reduction
  • Some Additional Reactions
  • Exercise
  • Cannizzaro Reaction
  • Chichibabin Reaction
  • Chugaev Elimination
  • Claisen Condensation
  • Claisen Rearrangement
  • Claisen-Schmidt Reaction
  • Clemmensen Reduction
  • Cope Elimination
  • Corey-House Synthesis
  • Curtius Rearrangement
  • Some Additional Reactions
  • Exercise
  • Dakin Reaction
  • Darzens Condensation
  • Demjanov Rearrangement
  • Dieckmann’s Cyclisation
  • Diels-Alder Reaction
  • Dienone-Phenol Rearrangement
  • Some Additional Reactions
  • Exercise
  • Elbs Persulphate Oxidation
  • Electrocyclic Reaction
  • Some Additional Reactions
  • Favorskii Rearrangement
  • Fischer-Indole Synthesis
  • Friedel-Crafts Reaction
  • Fries Rearrangement
  • Some Additional Reactions
  • Exercise
  • Gabriel-Phthalimide Synthesis
  • Gattermann Reactions
  • Grignard Reaction
  • Some Additional Reactions
  • Haloform Reaction
  • Hell-Volhard Zelinsky Reaction
  • Hofmann Elimination
  • Hofmann Rearrangement
  • Houben-Hoesch Reaction
  • Hunsdiecker Reaction
  • Hydroboration
  • Some Additional Reactions
  • Exercise
  • Isomerisation of Alkynes
  • Knoevenagel Condensation
  • Kolbe-Schmitt Reaction
  • Some Additional Reactions
  • Lederer-Manasse Reaction
  • Leuckart Reaction
  • Lobry de Bruyn-van Ekenstein Rearrangement
  • Lossen Rearrangement
  • Some Additional Reactions
  • Magid’s Rule
  • Malonic Ester Synthesis
  • Mannich Reaction
  • Markownikov’s Rule
  • Meerwein-Ponndorf-Verley Reduction
  • Michael Addition
  • Some Additional Reactions
  • Exercise
  • Nef Reaction
  • Oppenauer Oxidation
  • Ozonolysis
  • Some Additional Reactions
  • Pall-Knorr Synthesis
  • Pechmann Reaction
  • Pericyclic Reactions
  • Perkin Reaction
  • Pinacol Rearrangement
  • Exercise
  • Quelet Reaction
  • Reformatsky Reaction
  • Reimer-Tiemann Reaction
  • Ritter Reaction
  • Robinson Annelation
  • Some Additional Reactions
  • Sandmeyer Reaction
  • Saytzeff Rule
  • Schmidt Reaction
  • Simmons-Smith Reaction
  • Skraup Synthesis
  • Sommelet Reaction
  • Stobbe Condensation
  • Stork Enamine Reaction
  • Strecker Synthesis
  • Some Additional Reactions
  • Exercise
  • Tischenko Reaction
  • Some Additional Reactions
  • Ullmann Reaction
  • Vilsmeier-Haack Reaction
  • Some Additional Reactions
  • Wagner-Meerwein Rearrangement
  • Williamson’s Ether Synthesis
  • Wittig Reaction
  • Wolff-Kishner Reduction
  • Wolff Rearrangement
  • Wurtz Reaction
  • Some Additional Reactions
  • Exercise
  • Zeisel Determination
  • IMPORTANT KEYS USED IN ORGANIC REACTIONS
  • COMMON REAGENTS and CATALYSTS
  • INDEX
ISBN11 9788194933649
Author Dr. Mukul C Ray
Edition 2020-21
Pages 456
Classes Class 11, Class 12
Exams Regional Ent. Exams-Med.
Subjects Chemistry
Weight 712gm

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