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|publication info||P. Scudder, John Wiley & Sons, 1992, 384 pp., soft cover|
With the goal of helping students develop a good intuition for organic chemistry, it approaches the material from a mechanistic viewpoint. Presents twenty electron flow pathways as the building blocks of all the common mechanistic processes. Thus, students deal with a smaller number of reactant classes instead of studying each reaction as a separate case. Uses physical models such as energy surfaces to aid the decision-making process; includes a unique chapter that teaches students how to make a multivariable decision; and contains advanced explanations using interaction diagrams and molecular orbital theory.
Bonding and Electron Distribution.
The Process of Bond Formation.
Stability and Reactivity of Intermediates.
Classification of Electron Sources.
Classification of Electron Sinks.
The Electron Flow Pathways.
Interaction of Electron Sources and Sinks.
Choosing the Most Probable Path.
Hints to Problems from Chapters 7, 8, and 9.
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