Organic chemist's desk reference
- Caroline Cooper.
- 2nd ed.
- Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, c2010.
- Physical description
- xv, 268 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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- Cooper, Caroline.
- Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
- The Organic Chemistry Literature Abstracting and Other Current Awareness Services Principal Electronic Dictionaries Useful Reference Works and Review Series Patents, Including Patent Awareness Services Cheminformatics Companies Primary Journals Endnotes Nomenclature Fundamentals IUPAC Nomenclature CAS Nomenclature Types of Name Constructing a Systematic Name Nomenclature of Ring Systems Ring Systems (General) Bridged Ring Systems Spiro Compounds Heterocyclic Ring Systems Ring Assemblies Ring Fusion Names Nomenclature of Individual Classes of Compound Carbohydrates Alditols and Cyclitols Amino Acids and Peptides Natural Products (General) Steroids Lipids Carotenoids Lignans Nucleotides and Nucleosides Tetrapyrroles Organoboron Compounds Organophosphorus (and Organoarsenic) Compounds Azo and Azoxy Compounds Labelled Compounds Tautomeric Compounds Acronyms and Miscellaneous Terms Used in Describing Organic Molecules Abbreviations and Acronyms for Reagents and Protecting Groups in Organic Chemistry Glossary of Miscellaneous Terms and Techniques Used in Nomenclature, Including Colloquial Terms Stereochemistry The Sequence Rule: R and S Graphical and Textual Representations of Stereochemistry Chiral Molecules with No Centres of Chirality E and Z The D, L-System Descriptors and Terms Used in Stereochemistry Graphical Representation of Organic Compounds Zigzag Natta Projection Stereochemistry CAS Numbers, InChI, and Other Identifiers CAS Registry Numbers InChI Simplified Molecular Input Line Entry System (SMILES) Molecular Formulae The Hill System Chemical Abstracts Conventions Checking Molecular Formulae Chemical Hazard Information for the Laboratory Hazard and Risk Assessment Physical and Reactive Chemical Hazards Health Hazards Handling and Storage of Chemicals Hazardous Reaction Mixtures Disposal of Chemicals Solvents Peroxide-Forming Chemicals Further Literature Sources Spectroscopy Infrared Spectroscopy Ultraviolet Spectroscopy Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Mass Spectrometry Introduction Ionisation Techniques and Mass Spectrometer Systems Interpreting Mass Spectra and Molecular Mass Sample Introduction and Solvent Systems for Electrospray Mass Spectrometry Common Adducts and Contaminants in Mass Spectra MALDI Matrices Fragment Ions and Neutral Losses Natural Abundance and Isotopic Masses of Selected Isotopes and Nuclear Particles Glossary of Abbreviations and Terms Commonly Used in Mass Spectrometry Crystallography Introduction Definitions Crystallographic Point Groups Space Groups Reciprocal Lattice Examples of Organic Crystals CIF Data Format Bragg's Law and the X-Ray Spectrum Crystal Specimen Preparation for X-Ray Analysis Chromatographic Chiral Separation Types of Molecular Interactions Diastereomeric Compounds and Complexes Chiral Mobile Phases Chiral Stationary Phases Laboratory Data and SI Units Solvents Buffer Solutions Acid and Base Dissociation Constants Resolving Agents Freezing Mixtures Materials Used for Heating Baths Drying Agents Pressure-Temperature Nomograph SI Units Languages A German-English Dictionary Russian and Greek Alphabets SI Units Index.
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- Publisher's Summary
Since the first publication in 1995, the Organic Chemist's Desk Reference has been essential reading for laboratory chemists who need a concise guide to the essentials of organic chemistry - the literature, nomenclature, stereochemistry, spectroscopy, hazard information, and laboratory data. The past fifteen years have witnessed immense growth in the field of chemistry and new discoveries have continued to shape its progress. In addition, the distinction between organic chemistry and other disciplines such as biochemistry and materials science has become increasingly blurred. Extensively revised and updated, this new edition contains the very latest data that chemists need access to for experimentation and research. New in the Second Edition: Rearranged content placed in a logical progressive order, making subjects easier to find Expanded topics from the glossary now presented as separate chapters Updated information on many classic subjects such as mass spectrometry and infrared, ultraviolet, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy New sections on chiral separations and crystallography Cross references to a plethora of web information Reflecting a 75% revision since the last edition, this volume is a must-have for organic chemists and those in related fields who need quick and easy access to vital information in the lab. It is also a valuable companion to the Dictionary of Organic Compounds, enabling readers to easily focus in on critical data.
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- Publication date
- Rev. ed. of: The organic chemist's desk reference / P.H. Rhodes. 1995.
- Related Work
- Rhodes, P. H. Organic chemist's desk reference.
- 9781439811641 (pbk. : alk. paper)
- 1439811644 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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