Chapter 11 - Alkenes; Infrared Spectroscopy and Mass Spectrometry - Chapter 11 Alkenes I nf ra red Spectroscopy and M ass Spectrometry 11.1 Naming the

Chapter 11 - Alkenes; Infrared Spectroscopy and Mass Spectrometry

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Chapter 11: Alkenes; Infrared Spectroscopy and Mass Spectrometry 11.1. Naming the Alkenes 11.2. Structure and Bonding in Ethene: The Pi Bond 11.3. Physical Properties of Alkenes 11.4. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance of Alkenes 11.5. Infrared Spectroscopy 11.6. Measuring the Molecular mass of Organic Compounds: Mass Spectrometry 11.7. Fragmentation Patterns of Organic Molecules 11.8. Degree of Unsaturation: Another Aid to Identifying Molecular Structure 11.9. Catalytic Halogenation of Alkenes: Relative Stability of Double Bonds 11.10. Preparation of Alkenes from Haloalkanes and Alkyl Sulfonates: Bimolecular Elimination Revisited Regioselectivity in E2 reactions depend on the base

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