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organic mechanisms, anyone?? -kalista
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kalista
Member   posted 10-14-1999 05:55 AM          
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does anyone know where on the web one can find information about mechanisms for specific reactions? there seems to be nothing out there (i guess i'll have to go to the library AGAIN...dammit)
thanx

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Cherrie Baby
Member   posted 10-15-1999 03:12 AM          
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Advanced Organic Chemistry - Jerry March
A Guidebook to Mechanism in Organic Chemistry - Peter Sykes.

The Jerry March book is great - mechanisms galore, 1500 pages, over 10000 references.


rev drone
Member   posted 10-16-1999 12:58 PM          
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There are quite a number of "named reaction" sites, many with animated diagrams of the mechanisms. Use any of the major search engines, and you'll have your hands full for days.
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Xaja
Member   posted 10-16-1999 03:35 PM          
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kalista - why don't you post something on the mechanisms you want to know about?
This forum is probably the place, and it hasn't exactly been busy lately.
I could use some practise playing with electrophiles and nucleophiles.
Besides, it might be interesting!
 
Penis Seinfeld
Member   posted 10-16-1999 10:03 PM          
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Definitely not complete, but most of your favorites should be there:

http://home.ici.net/~hfevans/reactions.htm

 

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Bright Star
Member   posted 10-27-1999 11:57 AM          
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Nice list PS.