Organic Structure Analysis


Author: Phillip Crews,Jaime Rodríguez,Marcel Jaspars
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780195336047
Category: Medical
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The most up-to-date integrated spectroscopy text available, Organic Structure Analysis, Second Edition, is the only text that teaches students how to solve structures as they are solved in actual practice. Ideal for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses in organic structure analysis, organic structure identification, and organic spectroscopy, it emphasizes real applications--integrating theory as needed--and introduces students to the latest spectroscopic methods. An Instructor's Resource CD-ROM, which includes all of the figures from the text in electronic format and the solutions to all of the exercises and problems from the text (in an editable Word file format), is also available for adopting professors. Please contact your publisher sales representative. FEATURES * Focus on Structure: Opens with structural elements and then considers the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of spectroscopic methods. Includes coverage of the steps used in determining a molecular structure, the limitations to organic structure determination by spectroscopic methods, and an "Organic Structure Analyses Gone Bad" table (all unique to this text) * Practical Organization: Presents the most commonly used methods first, beginning with an overview of strategies, followed by the use of NMR, and then moving on to mass spectrometry, infrared, and ultraviolet * Innovative Real-World Problem-Solving Approach: Follows the actual information flow used by chemists to solve molecular structures, as opposed to the standard methods-based approach of other texts * Unique Chapter (12) Featuring 51 Structure-Solving Problems: Each problem emphasizes a different method; the problems increase in difficulty throughout the chapter, successively building on students' knowledge and requiring them to integrate multiple methods to identify molecules. NEW TO THE SECOND EDITION * Coverage of the Latest Instrumental and Computational Advances: Examines the use of modern instruments, data processing, and computer-assisted structure elucidation techniques * Updated and Expanded Treatment of NMR (Chapters 2-5): An extensively revised Chapter 5 discusses multi-pulse 1D and 2D NMR methods, 1D TOCSY and 1D NOESY sequences, and using NOESY and ROESY in determining relative stereochemistry and solution conformation. * Additional Coverage of Mass Spectrometry: A new chapter (7) expands the discussion of mass spectrometry to three chapters (6-8). Topics include cutting-edge MS instrumentation and new information on tandem MS techniques, combining NMR with MS, large-molecule MS, chemo-informatics, and more. * More Exercises and Improved Spectra: The second edition includes 25% more problems than the previous edition (279 total). In addition, many of the spectra, including all of those presented in Chapters 11 and 12, have been reprocessed or reacquired for greater clarity.

Organic Structure Analysis


Author: Phillip Crews,Jaime Rodríguez,Marcel Jaspars
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780195101027
Category: Science
Page: 552
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Organic Structure Analysis is an ideal text for upper-level undergraduate and first-year graduate courses in organic spectroscopy. It provides students with the background necessary to effectively apply spectroscopic data in establishing features of molecular structure. Unique in its coverage, it is the only text that emphasizes strategies, interpretation, modern techniques, and problem solving. The text's major aim is to show how spectra can be efficiently examined in order to identify a molecule's major structural elements. Organic Structure Analysis adopts a practical approach to the subject which emphasizes building experience; the authors recognize that a combination of problem solving, access to data from models, and understanding the rules of spectral interpretation helps students to build expertise in structure determination from spectra. It outlines elements of theory, but with an emphasis on those directly relevant to spectral interpretation. The text is divided into three major sections: the first section provides extensive coverage of each of the individual methods, the second section illustrates how the strategies of organic structure analysis are actually applied in ten problems whose solutions are provided, and the third section consists of fifty unsolved problems which range from simple monofunctional compounds to complex natural products.

Structural Analysis of Organic Compounds by Combined Application of Spectroscopic Methods


Author: J.T. Clerc,E. Pretsch,J. Seibl
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0444597549
Category: Science
Page: 288
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Structural Analysis of Organic Compounds covers some practical analytical aspects of organic structural analysis by combined application of spectroscopic methods. This book is composed of three parts encompassing 35 chapters that specifically describe infrared-, ultraviolet-, proton and carbon-13 nuclear magnetic resonance and mass spectroscopy. Considerable chapters discuss the problems intended to cover a wide variety of chemical structure and spectroscopic argument, thereby exemplifying interpretations and comment on specific practical aspects of the problem solving procedure. The remaining chapters provide short supplementing research concerning various aspects of structural analysis. This book will prove useful to organic and analytical chemists.

Problems in Organic Structure Determination

A Practical Approach to NMR Spectroscopy
Author: Roger G. Linington,Philip G. Williams,John B. MacMillan
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1498719635
Category: Science
Page: 755
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At a point where most introductory organic chemistry texts end, this problems-based workbook picks up the thread to lead students through a graduated set of 120 problems. With extensive detailed spectral data, it contains a variety of problems designed by renowned authors to develop proficiency in organic structure determination. This workbook leads you from basic problems encountered in introductory organic chemistry textbooks to highly complex natural product-based problems. It presents a concept-based learning platform, introducing key concepts sequentially and reinforcing them with problems that exemplify the complexities and underlying principles that govern each concept. The book is organized in such a way that allows you to work through the problems in order or in selections according to your experience and desired area of mastery. It also provides access to raw data files online that can be downloaded and used for data manipulation using freeware or commercial software. With its problem-centered approach, integrated use of online and digital resources, and appendices that include notes and hints, Problems in Organic Structure Determination: A Practical Approach to NMR Spectroscopy is an outstanding resource for training students and professionals in structure determination.

Determination of Organic Structures by Physical Methods


Author: E. A. Braude,F. C. Nachod
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483275728
Category: Science
Page: 824
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Determination of Organic Structures by Physical Methods, Volume 1 focuses on the processes, methodologies, principles, and approaches involved in the determination of organic structures by physical methods, including infrared light absorption, thermodynamic properties, Raman spectra, and kinetics. The selection first elaborates on the phase properties of small molecules, equilibrium and dynamic properties of large molecules, and optical rotation. Discussions focus on simple acyclic compounds, carbohydrates, steroids, diffusion, viscosity, osmotic pressure, sedimentation velocity, melting and boiling points, and molar volume. The book then examines ultraviolet and visible light absorption, infrared light absorption, Raman spectra, and the theory of magnetic susceptibility. Concerns cover applications to the study of organic compounds, applications to the determination of structure, determination of thermodynamic properties, and experimental methods and evaluation of data. The text ponders on wave-mechanical theory, reaction kinetics, and dissociation constants, including dissociation of molecular addition compounds, principles of reaction kinetics, and valence-bond treatment of aromatic systems. The selection is a valuable source of data for researchers interested in the determination of organic structures by physical methods.

Introduction to Spectroscopy


Author: Donald L. Pavia,Gary M. Lampman,George S. Kriz,James A. Vyvyan
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 0495114782
Category: Science
Page: 752
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Introduce your students to the latest advances in spectroscopy with the text that has set the unrivaled standard for more than 30 years: Pavia/Lampman/Kriz/Vyvyan's INTRODUCTION TO SPECTROSCOPY, 4e. Whether you use this comprehensive resource as the primary text in an upper-level spectroscopy course or as a companion book with an organic chemistry text, your students receive an unmatched systematic introduction to spectra and basic theoretical concepts in spectroscopic methods. This well-rounded introduction to spectroscopy features updated spectra; a modernized presentation of one-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy; the introduction of biological molecules in mass spectrometry; and inclusion of modern techniques alongside DEPT, COSY, and HECTOR. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Crystal Structure Analysis

A Primer
Author: Jenny Pickworth Glusker,Kenneth N. Trueblood
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199576343
Category: Science
Page: 276
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The purpose of this book is to explain why molecular structure can be determined by single-crystal diffraction of X rays. It is not an account of the practical procedural details, but rather an account of the underlying physical principles, and the kinds of experiments and methods of handling the experimental data that are used.

Ethnoveterinary Botanical Medicine

Herbal Medicines for Animal Health
Author: David R. Katerere,Dibungi Luseba
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 142004561X
Category: Science
Page: 450
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Despite the undoubted success of a scientific approach to pharmaceuticals, the last few decades have witnessed a spectacular rise in interest in herbal medicinal products. This general interest has been followed by increasing scientific and commercial attention that led to the coining of the term ethnopharmacology to describe the scientific discipline investigating the use of these products. Presenting detailed information from all regions of the world, Ethnoveterinary Botanical Medicine provides techniques to evaluate the efficacy of plants used in animal health care and addresses the challenges faced by researchers and practitioners in the field. This book features a multidisciplinary approach to examining the role of herbal medicines in companion and domestic animals and the scientific underpinnings of ethnoveterinary practice. The text also covers matters relating to access benefit sharing, the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), intellectual property, and the skills required to navigate the minefield of bioprospecting. The editors have collated information not often found in the English literature from China, Southeast Asia, francophone Africa and South America. They also explore the emerging use of herbals for pets with a case study from the European Union, highlighting this important area which will spur the growth in ethnoveterinary research due to its commercial potential. Although many references cover ethnoveterinary medicine in some form or another, none give it the intense scrutiny and scientific input found in this book. With chapters on biological assays, efficacy testing, and phytochemistry, the book presents hard scientific information in accessible and readable language. The editors have gathered a panel of veterinary clinicians, animal scientists, pharmacists, chemists and ethnobotanists who have years of experience working with farmers and pastoralists, making this book quite possibly the first detailed compendium on the plants used in animal health care in all regions of the world.

Experimental Organic Chemistry: A Miniscale and Microscale Approach


Author: John C. Gilbert,Stephen F. Martin
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1111789266
Category: Science
Page: 960
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Providing even more emphasis on inquiry-based learning, a new green experiment, and more than a dozen new discovery experiments, this Fifth Edition of Gilbert and Martin's proven EXPERIMENTAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY contains procedures for both miniscale (also known as small scale) and microscale users. The manual first covers equipment, record keeping, and safety in the laboratory, then walks students step by step through the laboratory techniques they need to perform the book's experiments with confidence. Chapters show students how to use the book's techniques to synthesize compounds and analyze their properties, complete multi-step syntheses of organic compounds, and solve structures of unknown compounds. A bioorganic experiment in Chapter 24 reflects the increasing emphasis on bioorganic chemistry in the course and gives students an opportunity to accomplish a mechanistically interesting and synthetically important coupling of two a-amino acids to produce a dipeptide. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Organic Structures from Spectra


Author: L. D. Field,S. Sternhell,John R. Kalman
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111996461X
Category: Science
Page: 468
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Organic Structures from Spectra, Fourth Edition consists of a carefully selected set of over 300 structural problems involving the use of all the major spectroscopic techniques. The problems are graded to develop and consolidate the student’s understanding of Organic Spectroscopy, with the accompanying text outlining the basic theoretical aspects of major spectroscopic techniques at a level sufficient to tackle the problems. Specific changes for the new edition will include A significantly expanded section on 2D NMR spectroscopy focusing on COSY, NOESY and CH-Correlation Incorporating new material into some tables to provide extra characteristic data for various classes of compounds Additional basic information on how to solve spectroscopic problems Providing new problems within the area of 10 2D NMR spectroscopy More problems at the ‘simpler’ end of the range As with previous editions, this book combines basic theory, practical advice and sensible approaches to solving spectra problems. It will therefore continue to prove invaluable to students studying organic spectroscopy across a range of disciplines.

X-ray analysis and the structure of organic molecules


Author: Jack D. Dunitz
Publisher: Cornell Univ Pr
ISBN: N.A
Category: Science
Page: 514
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Jack D. Dunitz X-Ray Analysis and the Structure of Organic Molecules From the Reviews of the First Edition ÊThe book may be recommended most heartily to anyone who would like to know how molecular structures are determined and what can be deduced from them apart from their topology. The author is evidently a great admirer of the method and its results. The reviewer would agree that Êcooking' is not the only way to bring chemically relevant knowledge to light.' Angew. Chem., Int. Ed. ÊAll the information in this text is of considerable value especially to those engaged in, or about to embark upon, X-ray crystal structure analysis but even more so, perhaps, to the non-specialist who may now proceed profitably and discriminately to read the explosively growing crystallographic literature. The author has certainly succeeded in taking us not only on a guided tour, but at the same time has provided rather more of the kind of detail one expects in the best guidebooks.' Int. Rev. Phys. Chem. ÊAll crystallographers, whatever their special structural interests, should get a copy and keep it by them, and many research supervisors will be very happy to entrust their research students to such a sound and stimulating guide.' Chem. in Britain

CRC Handbook of Basic Tables for Chemical Analysis


Author: Thomas J. Bruno,Paris D.N. Svoronos
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1420039911
Category: Science
Page: 688
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If you are a researcher in organic chemistry, chemical engineering, pharmaceutical science, forensics, or environmental science, you make routine use of chemical analysis. And like its best-selling predecessor was, the Handbook of Basic Tables for Chemical Analysis, Second Edition is your one-stop source for the information needed to design chemical analyses. Here's what is new in the Second Edition: New chapters on solutions, electroanalytical methods, electrophoresis, and laboratory safety An expanded section on gas chromatography that includes data on compounds that attack common detectors New information on detector optimization An updated section on high performance liquid chromatography that provides the most recent chiral stationary phases, detector information, and revised solvent tables Updated information on the most useful "wet" chemistry methods Enlarged section of Miscellaneous Tables Going far beyond the landmark first edition in terms of scope and applications, the second edition provides current and updated data culled from a wide range of resources and consolidated into a concise yet easy-to-use format. The book's laser-like focus on core information gives you the knowledge you need when you need it - at the decision point.

Challenges in Molecular Structure Determination


Author: Manfred Reichenbächer,Jürgen Popp
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642243908
Category: Science
Page: 482
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Taking a problem-based approach, the authors provide a practice-oriented and systematic introduction to both organic and inorganic structure determination by spectroscopic methods. This includes mass spectrometry, vibrational spectroscopies, UV/VIS spectroscopy and NMR as well as applying combinations of these methods. The authors show how to elucidate chemical structures with a minimal number of spectroscopic techniques. Readers can train their skills by more than 400 problems with varying degree of sophistication. Interactive Powerpoint-Charts are available as Extra Materials to support self-study.

Methods of Protein Microcharacterization

A Practical Handbook
Author: John E. Shively
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0896030903
Category: Science
Page: 456
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The book discusses a series of higher-dimensional moduli spaces, of abelian varieties, cubic and K3 surfaces, which have embeddings in projective spaces as very special algebraic varieties. Many of these were known classically, but in the last chapter a new such variety, a quintic fourfold, is introduced and studied. The text will be of interest to all involved in the study of moduli spaces with symmetries, and contains in addition a wealth of material which has been only accessible in very old sources, including a detailed presentation of the solution of the equation of 27th degree for the li.

Organic Conformational Analysis and Stereochemistry from Circular Dichroism Spectroscopy


Author: David A. Lightner,Jerome E. Gurst
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471354055
Category: Science
Page: 487
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A unique guide to variable temperature CD spectroscopy and its application in organic chemistry This timely, original, thought-provoking work looks at organic stereochemistry from the perspective of circular dichroism (CD), using variable temperature CD spectroscopy to determine the conformation or absolute configuration of chiral molecules. With an emphasis on the analysis of optically active ketones and the carbonyl chromophore, the authors demonstrate the advantages of this highly sensitive spectroscopic tool for obtaining stereochemical information in diverse areas of organic chemistry, biochemistry, and medicinal/pharmaceutical chemistry. They combine detailed examples of stereochemical analysis with clear, thorough presentations, correlating chiroptical data with molecular mechanics calculations as well as data from NMR spectroscopy and other spectroscopic techniques. In addition, they provide a systematic survey of the professional literature, featuring an extraordinary collection of original CD spectra run at varying temperatures. Coverage includes: * Chiroptical measurements: CD and ORD (Optical Rotatory Dispersion) * Conformational analysis of compounds ranging from simple cyclic ketones to polycyclics * Conjugated and homoconjugated systems * Stereochemistry of the carbon-carbon double bond * Stereochemistry from exciton coupling of two or more chromophores * An interesting historical account of the development of stereochemical concepts