Download PDF by Jie Jack Li: Carbocation chemistry: applications in organic synthesis

By Jie Jack Li

Carbocation chemistry is not just primary to the development of natural chemistry, it additionally has stumbled on frequent functions in natural synthesis. it's not an exaggeration to assert that carbocation chemistry is a part of the basis of natural chemistry. Carbocation Chemistry: functions in natural Synthesis presents a wide ranging view of carbocation chemistry with an emphasis on man made purposes.

This publication is a useful device for natural, medicinal and analytical chemists, together with these operating in biochemistry in addition to the petroleum, plastics and pharmaceutical industries. it's also compatible for top point undergraduates and graduates in natural chemistry, biochemistry and medicinal chemistry.

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The energy diagram of the electrophilic aromatic substitution of nitrobenzene is shown below. NO2 + NO2 H NO2 H E E –H E + NO2 NO2 H + NO2 NO2 Ortho 70 NO2 NO2 + E+ –H + NO2 E H NO2 + + + E H E H E + E Para 71 NO2 NO2 –H + H H H E + E E + Meta 72 Transition state Ortho, para NO2 + Potential energy Meta NO2 + H E E H NO2 + Benzene H E Ea H E Reactants NO2 or E+ Reaction coordinate Intermediates E 16 Carbocation Chemistry The energy diagram of the electrophilic aromatic substitution of methoxybenzene is shown below.

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