An Introduction to Organic Chemistry

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n Introduction to An Introduction to Dr. Pete Department Simon Frase Organic Chemist troductory Or Introductory Or Fall rganic Chemistry Organic Chemistry Wilson of Chemistry r University ry 1: CHEM 281-4 anic Chemistry ganic Chemistry 2011
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The Periodic Tabl The Building B e of the Elements locks of Matter
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CARBON - Diamon Diamond The Allotropes of d, Graphite and Soot Graphite Buckminsterfullerene C 0 Elemental Carbon ( C 60 )
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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY CH 4 2 x O 2 + Methane Oxygen Octane ( C 8 H 18 ) CH 3 H 3 C ( Carbon-based Molecules ) CO 2 2 x H 2 O + Carbon dioxide Water
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The Organic Chemi stry of Life - DNA The Double Helix of DNA Side (left) and top view (right)
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The Glue That Holds It O O Base ( T ) 5'-end O O P OO HO A-T base pair N O O Base [ Thymine (T) ] N N H N O H H 3 C N N N H O Base [ Adenine ( A ) ] B Altogether - Base Pairs Single strand DNA N N N O O Base ( C ) Base ( G ) O H H O O P O HO N N Base [ Adenine ( A ) ] O P HO O P HO O O 3'-end ACGT 3'-end 5'-end ase pairs in DNA double helix TGCA 3'-end 5'-end
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The Organic Chemistry α - Amino acids H 2 N O OH R 1 O OH H 2 N R 2 + H H R 1 OR 3 5 H O N H N N H N N H 2 4 O N R 6 roteins Proteins of Life - PROTEINS Tryptophan HN H 2 N O OH
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Enzymes, Receptors a Triose phosphate isomeras nd Structural Proteins e ( ribbon model of an enzyme )
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Pharmaceuticals ( H N O O N S N H 3 C CH 3 OCH 3 O H 3 C CH 3 H 3 C H 3 C Losec ® (Astra) Zocor ® (M Omeprazol Simva $3.8 billion $2.8 b Stomach ulcers Hyperchol Drug Development : 8-15 years, $300-50 H.-J. Quadbeck-Seeger (Ed.), R. Faust, G. Kna World Records in Chemistry Wil Top Three in 1997 ) O HO O O H N H CH 3 F F F erck & Co) Prozac ® (Lilly) statin Fluoxetin billion $2.4 billion lesterolemia Depression 0 million (1 drug per 10,000 substances) us, U. Siemeling (translated by W. E. Russey) ey-VCH, 1999 , pp. 199 and 207
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Cancer Che Taxol ® * O CH 3 O H 3 C H 3 C OH O O O CH 3 CH 3 O N H OH O HO H O O O SE CH 3 O Source : Taxus brevifolia (Pacific Yew tree )
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