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111 116 chapter 5 curly arrows represent reaction

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Unformatted text preview: analyze a given problem by allowing you to practice and apply specific concepts. Resources nd Organic Chemistry 2 Edition by J. Clayden, N. Greeves, and S. Warren (Oxford University Press 2012) is recommended. Some material will only be available from class lecture and you are responsible for all the information discussed in class. Access to molecular models is strongly recommended. A Study Guide/Solution Manual, which provides solutions to the problems, comes packaged with the textbook. The Ebook version is also available. Course topics The following sections should be reviewed: Chapter 5. Nucleophile and electrophile pp.111- 116 Chapter 5. Curly arrows represent reaction mechanism pp. 116- 120 Chapter 5. Drawing your own mechanisms with curly arrows pp. 120- 124 Chapter 10....
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