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Reaction Mechanisms

This page lists the learning units from the topic "Reaction Mechanisms" in a reasonable order with regard to contents.

Reaction Mechanisms

Elucidation of Reaction Mechanisms - Introduction / Products and Intermediates Level 230 min.

This learning unit describes the role of identification of products and intermediates in the elucidation of organic reaction mechanisms. 

Elucidation of Reaction Mechanisms - Isotopic Labeling Level 220 min.

This learning unit explains the role of isotopic labeling experiments in the elucidation of organic reaction mechanisms. 

Elucidation of Reaction Mechanisms - Investigation of Stereochemistry Level 230 min.

This learning unit describes the role of the investigation of stereochemistry in the elucidation of organic reaction mechanisms. 

Elucidation of Reaction Mechanisms - Kinetic Isotope Effects Level 345 min.

This learning unit explains the role of kinetic isotope effects in the elucidation of organic reaction mechanisms. 

Elucidation of Reaction Mechanisms - Crossover Experiments and Kinetics Level 225 min.

This learning unit describes the role of crossover experiments and the investigation of reaction kinetics in the elucidation of organic reaction mechanisms. 

Hammond Postulate (Polanyi-Hammond Postulate) Level 320 min.

In this learning unit, the Hammond postulate (Polanyi-Hammond postulate) is explained in detail. The concept of early and late transition states is described and its use for estimating the transition state structure is depicted. In addition, the theoretical fundamentals of estimating the influence of substituents on the reaction rate are illustrated. 

Reaction Mechanisms - collected basic and advanced subjects in larger chapters

Elucidation of Reaction Mechanisms in Organic Chemistry (overall) Level 3100 min.

This learning unit deals with the principles and methods of elucidating organic reaction mechanisms. Topics: Identification of products and intermediates, isotopic labeling experiments, stereochemical investigations, kinetic isotope effects, crossover experiments, and investigation of reaction kinetics.