Essential Organic Chemistry - The Perfect book for JEE Main & Advanced

Essential Organic Chemistry - The Perfect book for JEE Main & Advanced

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Product Name : Essential Organic Chemistry - The Perfect book for JEE Main & Advanced
Code : B088
Author : Ranjeet Shahi
ISBN : 9789350944066
Pages : 1438
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Key Features 

• Detailed “theory” is given with Principles & laws, figures and chemical reactions to understand the topic well. 

• Practice exercises are given at the end of chapter included conceptual questions & multiple choice questions with hints, answer & solutions. 

• Multiple choice questions with single correct and more the one correct answers, Comprehension based questions, Assertion-Reason, Matching Type questions, etc. 

• Every reaction is explained mechanistically for subject understanding. 

• Solutions are given at the end of every chapter for clear the concepts. 

Table of Contents 

• 1. Nomenclature of Organic Compounds 

• Introduction 
• Naming Hydrocarbons According to IUPAC Conventions 
• Naming Compounds Containing One or More Similar Type of Principle Functional Groups 
• Naming Compounds Containing More Than One Type of Principle Functional Groups 
• Nomenclature of Bicyclic Compounds 
• Nomenclature of Spiro Compounds 

• 2. Isomerism 

• Introduction 
• Structural Isomerism 
• Stereoisomerism 
• Geometrical Isomerism 
• Optical Isomerism 
• Conformational Isomerism 

• 3. Reaction Mechanism and Reactive Intermediates 

• Introduction 
• Intermolecular Forces 
• Types of Bonds – Fission 
• Electrophiles and Nucleophiles 
• Electronic Displacement in Organic Reaction 
• The Inductive Effect 
• Resonance Effect 
• The Electrometric Effect (E-effect) 
• Hyperconjucation Effect 
• Reactive Intermediates Produced in a Chemical Reaction 
• Carbonic (Carbonium Ion or Carbenium Ion) 
• Relative Stability of Carbocations 
• Free Radicals 
• Carbanion 
• Carbenes and Its Derivatives 
• Reaction Profiles and Mechanisms 
• Classification of Organic Reactions 

• 4. Alkanes 

• Introduction 
• Synthesis of Alkanes 
• Physical Properties of Alkanes 
• Chemical Properties of Alkanes 
• Thermodynamics of Halogenations Reaction 

• 5. Alkenes 

• Introduction 
• General Methods of Preparation of Alkenes 
• Physical and Chemical Properties of Alkenes 

• 6. Alkynes 

• Introduction 
• General Methods of Preparation of Alkynes 
• Properties of Alkynes 

• 7. Alkyl Halides 

• Introduction 
• General Methods of Preparation 
• Physical Properties of Alkyl Halides 
• Chemical Reactions of Alkyl Halides 
• Nucleophilic Substitution Reactions 
• Elimination Reactions 
• Substitution vs Elimination Reactions 

• 8. Alcohols, Ethers and Epoxides 

• Introduction to Alcohols 
• Alcohol Nomenclature 
• General Methods of Preparation of Alcohols 
• Physical Properties of Alcohols 
• Chemical Properties of Alcohols 
• Methods of Distinguishing between the Three Classes of Alcohol 
• Ethers 
• Epoxides 

• 9. Aldehydes and Ketones 

• General Introduction 
• Nomenclature of Aldehydes and Ketones 
• Occurrence of Aldehydes and Ketones 
• Methods of Preparation of Aldehydes and Ketones 
• Physical Properties of Aldehydes and Ketones 
• Chemical Properties of Aldehydes and Ketones 
• Chemical Analysis of Aldehydes and Ketones 

• 10. Carboxylic Acids and Acid-Derivatives 

• Introduction 
• Naming of Carboxylic Acids and Their Derivatives 
• Methods of Preparation of Carboxylic Acids 
• Physical/Acid-Base Properties of Carboxylic Acids 
• Chemical Properties of Carboxylic Acids 
• Functional Derivatives of Carboxylic Acids 

• 11. Aliphatic Compounds Containing Nitrogen 

• Introduction 
• Nitroalkanes 
• Aliphatic Amines 

• 12. Aromaticity and Aromatic Electrophilic Substitution Reactions 

• Introduction 
• Aromaticity 
• Anti-Aromaticity 
• Benzene: An Introduction 
• Eneral Mechanism of Electrophilic Aromatic Substituion (EAS) Reaction 
• Electrophilic Substitution Reaction of Benzene Derivatives “Reactivity and Orientation” 
• The Friedel – Crafts’ Reaction 
• The Birch Reduction 
• Side Chain Halogenation 
• Oxidation of Side Chain Alkyl Group 
• Analysis of Arenes 
• Ipso Substitution 

• 13. Nitrobenzene, Aniline and Diazonium Salts 

• Aromatic Nitro Compounds 
• Aromatic Amines: Aniline and Its Derivatives 
• Benzene Diazonium Salts 

• 14. Aromatic Alcohols, Aldehydes, Ketones and Acids 

• Aromatic Alcohols 
• Aromatic Aldehydes (Benzaldehyde) 
• Aromatic Ketones 
• Aromatic Acids 

• 15. Aryl Halides and Phenols 

• Introduction to Aryl Halides 
• Methods of Preparation of Aryl Halides 
• Physical Properties of Aryl Halides 
• Chemical Properties of Aryl Halides 
• Phenols: General Introduction 
• Methods of Preparation and Isolation of Phenols 
• Properties of Phenols 

• 16. Carbohydrates 

• Introduction 
• Classification of Carbohydrates 
• The D and L Configuration of Sugars 
• Cyclic Structure of Monosaccharides: Hemiacetal Formation 
• Properties of Monosaccharides 
• Reducing and Non-Reducing Sugars 
• Disaccharides 
• Polysaccharides 
• Synthetic Sweeteners 

• 17. Amino Acids and Proteins 

• Introduction 
• The Standard Amino Acids of Proteins 
• Amino Acids as Acid and Base 
• Isoelectric Points and Electrophoresis 
• Preparation and Properties of Amino Acids 
• Peptide Linkage and Proteins 

• 18. Natural and Synthetic Polymers 

• Introduction 
• Natural Polymers 
• Synthetic Polymers 
• Preparation of Synthetic Polymers 
• Stereochemistry and its Control on Vinyl Polymers 
• Physical Properties of Polymers: Forces Between the Polymer Chains 
• Correlation of Polymer Properties with Structure 

 

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