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1 Covalent Bonding and Shapes of Molecules 1 Summary of Key Questions 31 Quick Quiz 32 Problems 34 Looking Ahead 38 Group Learning Activities 39 2 Acids and Bases 40 Summary of Key Questions 55 Quick Quiz 56 Key Reactions 57 Problems 57 Looking Ahead 59 Group Learning Activities 60 3 Alkanes and Cycloalkanes 61 Summary of Key Questions 91 Quick Quiz 92 Key Reactions 93 Problems 93 Looking Ahead 98 Group Learning Activities 99 Putting it Together 99 4 Alkenes and Alkynes 103 Summary of Key Questions 117 Quick Quiz 118 Problems 118 Looking Ahead 122 Group Learning Activities 122 5 Reactions of Alkenes and Alkynes 123 Summary of Key Questions 151 Quick Quiz 152 Key Reactions 153 Problems 154 Looking Ahead 158 Group Learning Activities 158 6 Chirality: The Handedness of Molecules 160 Summary of Key Questions 179 Quick Quiz 180 Problems 181 Chemical Transformations 185 Looking Ahead 186 Group Learning Activities 186 Putting it Together 187 7 Haloalkanes 190 Summary of Key Questions 217 Quick Quiz 218 Key Reactions 218 Problems 219 Chemical Transformations 223 Looking Ahead 224 Group Learning Activities 225 8 Alcohols, Ethers, and Thiols 226 Summary of Key Questions 257 Quick Quiz 258 Key Reactions 259 Problems 260 Chemical Transformations 264 Looking Ahead 264 Group Learning Activities 265 9 Benzene and Its Derivatives 266 Summary of Key Questions 303 Quick Quiz 304 Key Reactions 304 Problems 305 Chemical Transformations 310 Looking Ahead 311 Group Learning Activities 312 10 Amines 313 Nucleophiles? 328 Summary of Key Questions 330 Quick Quiz 331 Key Reactions 331 Problems 332 Chemical Transformations 337 Looking Ahead 337 Group Learning Activities 338 Putting it Together 338 11 Spectroscopy 341 Summary of Key Questions 378 Quick Quiz 380 Problems 381 Looking Ahead 394 Group Learning Activities 395 12 Aldehydes and Ketones 396 Summary of Key Questions 425 Quick Quiz 426 Key Reactions 427 Problems 428 Chemical Transformations 434 Spectroscopy 435 Looking Ahead 435 Group Learning Activities 436 13 Carboxylic Acids 437 Summary of Key Questions 459 Quick Quiz 459 Key Reactions 460 Problems 461 Chemical Transformations 466 Looking Ahead 466 Group Learning Activities 467 14 Functional Derivatives of Carboxylic Acids 468 Summary of Key Questions 492 Quick Quiz 493 Key Reactions 493 Problems 495 Chemical Transformations 500 Looking Ahead 501 Group Learning Activities 501 Putting it Together 501 15 Enolate Anions 504 Summary of Key Questions 531 Quick Quiz 531 Key Reactions 532 Problems 533 Chemical Transformations 538 Looking Ahead 539 Group Learning Activities 540 16 Organic Polymer Chemistry 542 Summary of Key Questions 558 Quick Quiz 559 Key Reactions 560 Problems 560 Looking Ahead 562 Group Learning Activities 562 17 Carbohydrates 563 Summary of Key Questions 583 Quick Quiz 584 Key Reactions 585 Problems 586 Looking Ahead 589 Group Learning Activities 590 Putting it Together 591 18 Amino Acids and Proteins 595 Summary of Key Questions 618 Quick Quiz 619 Key Reactions 620 Problems 620 Looking Ahead 623 Group Learning Activities 623 19 Lipids (Online Chapter) 624 Summary of Key Questions 643 Quick Quiz 644 Problems 644 Looking Ahead 646 Group Learning Activities 647 20 Nucleic Acids (Online Chapter) 648 Summary of Key Questions 667 Quick Quiz 668 Problems 669 Group Learning Activities 671 21 The Organic Chemistry of Metabolism (Online Chapter) 672 Summary of Key Questions 692 Quick Quiz 693 Key Reactions 693 Problems 694 Group Learning Activities 696 Appendix 1 Acid Ionization Constants for the Major Classes of Organic Acids A.1 Characteristic 1H_NMR Chemical Shifts A.1 Appendix 2 Characteristic 13C_NMR Chemical Shifts A.2 Characteristic Infrared Absorption Frequencies A.2 Glossary G.1 Answers Section Ans.1 Index I.1

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William H. Brown is Professor Emeritus at Beloit College, where he was twice named Teacher of the Year. He is also the author of two other college textbooks; "Organic Chemistry 3/e" published in 2002, and "General, Organic, and Biochemistry 7/e" coauthored with Fred Bettelheim and Jerry March, published in 2004. he received h is PhD from Columbia University under the direction of Gilbert Stork and did post-doctoral work at California Institute of Technology and the University of Arizona. Twice he was Director of a Beloit College World Affairs Center seminar at the University of Glasgow, Scotland. In 1999, he retired from Beloit College to devote more time to writing and development of educational materials. Although officially retired, he continues to teach Special Topics in Organic Synthesis on a Yearly basis.

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