eBook Chemistry of the Hydroxyl Group parts 1 and 2 (Chemistry of Functional Groups) download
by Saul Patai
Author: Saul Patai
Publisher: Wiley; 99 edition (July 28, 1972)
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The most complete resource in functional group chemistry Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups is one of chemistry's landmark book series in organic chemistry. Chemistry of the Hydroxyl Group parts 1 and 2 (Chemistry of Functional Groups). Founded in 1964 by the late Professor Saul Patai, the aim of Patai's Chemistry of The most complete resource in functional group chemistry Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups is one of chemistry's landmark book series in organic chemistry.
The chemistry of the sulphonium group (2 parts) Supplement A: The chemistry of double-bonded functional .
The chemistry of the sulphonium group (2 parts) Supplement A: The chemistry of double-bonded functional groups (3 volumes, 6 parts). Supplement B: The chemistry of acid derivatives (2 volumes, 4 parts) Supplement C: The chemistry of triple-bonded functional groups (2 volumes, 3 parts) Supplement D: The chemistry of halides, pseudo-halides and azides (2 volumes, 4 parts). Supplement E: The chemistry of ethers, crown ethers, hydroxyl groups and their sulphur analogues (2 volumes, 3 parts). Supplement F: The chemistry of amino, nitroso and nitro compounds and their derivatives (2 volumes, 4 parts).
The hydroxy-group is one of many functional groups studied in organic chemistry. The presence of a hydroxy group indicates that the molecule is either an alcohol or a carboxylic acid. The chemical representation of a hydroxy group is –OH, indicating an oxygen atom covalently bonded to a hydrogen atom. Within the general functional group of alcohol, there are three subgroups: primary, secondary, and tertiary alcohols.
Hydroxyl and alpha-hydroxyalkyl radicals were generated in the extraliposomal aqueous phase and the lowest depth at which a radical could be spin trapped was determined. The ESR data indicate that these radicals can exit the aqueous phase, penetrate the lipid bilayer past the head groups (ET(30) 63 kcal/mol) and the glycerol ester (ET(30) 52 kcal/mol), and pass down to an ET(30) polarity of at least 44 kcal/mol. The latter depth presumably corresponds to the upper portion of the lipid slab.
The first supplementary volume in "The Chemistry of Functional Groups" series was published in 1976. This aim has been achieved and indeed more than half of the chapters in the book are such integrative ones, concentrated in the first part of the volume. Other chapters deal with special subjects which for various reasons have not been treated in the original volumes or in Supplement A. The literature coverage in most chapters is up to about the end of 1987 and in some cases even to the middle of 1988.
SAUL PATAI The Hebrew University Jerusalem, Israel.
The chemistry of the amino group. INTERSCIENCE PUBLISHERS a division of John Wiley & Sons LONDON -NEW YORK - SYDNEY. First published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd. 1968 All rights reserved.
functional group : A specific grouping of elements that is characteristic of a class of compounds, and determines .
functional group : A specific grouping of elements that is characteristic of a class of compounds, and determines some properties and reactions of that class. functionalization : Addition of specific functional groups to afford the compound new, desirable properties. The Role of Functional Groups. If the location of the hydroxyl group must be specified, a number is inserted between the parent alkane name and the -ol (propan-1-ol) or before the IUPAC name (1-propanol). If a higher priority group is present, such as an aldehyde, ketone or carboxylic acid, then it is necessary to use the prefix hydroxy- instead of the ending -ol.
The Chemistry of Functional Chemistry Groups, Sets 1 and 2 (10 . 1 General and theoretical aspects of the peroxide group (Robert D. Bach).
The Chemistry of Functional Chemistry Groups, Sets 1 and 2 (10 Volumes). The Chemistry of Peroxides is a new volume in the Chemistry of Functional Groups series. This series covers all aspects of organic chemistry with each volume containing chapters on: General and theoretical aspects. 2 The structural chemistry of acyclic organic peroxides (Jens Hartung and Ingrid Svoboda). 3 Thermochemistry of peroxides (Suzanne W. Slayden and Joel F. Liebman).