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Organonitrogen Chemistry

Series: Oxford Chemistry Primers Volume: 38
By: PD Bailey and Keith M Morgan
92 pages, 230 illus
Organonitrogen Chemistry
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  • Organonitrogen Chemistry ISBN: 9780198557753 Paperback Apr 1996 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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This primer provides a much needed introduction to the organionitrogen chemistry. Nitrogen plays a key role in all areas of organic chemistry, from DNA and proteins through pharmaceuticals to man made drugs and new material. Despite this large coverage, there are just a handful of key principles which underpin the chemistry. This concise primer covers these principles discussing all of the main organonitrogen functional groups. It develops the themes logically under three specific sections, giving a clear overview of the synthesis, reactions and properties of organonitrogen compounds.


Introduction; PART A; 1. Amines; 2. Ammonium compounds; 3. Nitrogen bases; 4. Synthesis of amines; PART B; 5. Imines; 6. Enanines; 7. Amides; 8. Nitriles; 9. Urethanes, ureas, imides and diimides; PART C; 10. Compounds with N-N bounds; 11. Oximes; 12. N-Oxides; 13. Nitroso compounds; 14. Nitro compounds

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Series: Oxford Chemistry Primers Volume: 38
By: PD Bailey and Keith M Morgan
92 pages, 230 illus
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