Organic Functional Group Analysis: Theory and Development attempts to symbolize the growth in functional groups analysis by using handpicked methods. Those methods are positioned to represent as many functional groups as possible. The book begins with the author referencing books about a quantitative organic analysis. Majority of the first few chapters highlight the oximation and carbonyl method, which support portions of Chapter 2 and the book's second half. The book then discusses the hydroxyl, amino, and alkoxysilanes groups. Chapters 3 and 4 showcase the strong analytical advantages in using base catalysis and acid catalysis with the same anhydride, while Chapters 5, 6, and 7 illustrate extremely useful functional group methods that have received impetus from research. The next chapters talk about the quantitative ring opening method and Diels-Alder addition method. Succeeding studies are about various compounds and its relevant subtopics. The text provides a very great reference for undergraduates and postgraduates of chemistry and its affiliated studies.
Preface Part I1. Determination of the Carbonyl Group: Oximation and other Methods 2. Analysis of Enolic-Type Compounds: Kurt Meyer Bromination and Nonaqueous Titration 3. Determination of the Hydroxyl and Amino Groups: Base-catalyzed Acylation Methods 4. Determination of Hydroxyl Groups and Alkoxysilanes: Acid-Catalyzed Acetylation Methods 5. Determination of the Epoxide Group: Quantitative Ring Opening Methods 6. Determination of 1,3-Dienes: Diels-Alder Addition Methods 7. Determination of Electron-rich compounds: Electron-Donor-Acceptor Complexes and Charge Transfer Spectra
Part II1. The Determination of Aldehydes in Oil of Lemon 2. The Estimation of Aldehydes and Ketones by Means of Hydroxylamine 3. Improved Hydroxylamine Method for the Determination of Aldehydes and Ketones. Displacement of Oxime Equilibria by Means of Pyridine 4. Determination of Carbonyl Compounds 5. Macro- and Semimicrodetermination of Aldehydes and Ketones by Reaction with Hydroxylammonium Formate 6. Studies on the Mechanism of Oxime and Semicarbazone Formation 7. O-Methyloximes as Carbonyl Derivatives in Gas Chromatography, Mass Spectrometry, and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 8. Quantitative Aspects of the Base-Catalysed Halogenation of Aliphatic Ketones. Part I. Iodination of Methyl Ketones 9. An Improved Kurt Meyer Titration 10. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Signals from a Tautomeric Mixture 11. Titration of Enols and Imides in Nonaqueous Solvents 12. Quantitative Ester Formation and the Determination of Alcohols and Phenols 13. Determining the Hydroxyl Content of Certain Organic Compounds 14. The Hydrolysis of Acetic Anhydride. Part III. The Catalytic Efficiency of a Series of Tertiary Amines 15. Determination of Hydroxy and Amino Compounds using Pyromelletic Dianhydride 16. A Study of Base-Catalyzed and Salt-Catalyzed Acetylation of Hydroxyl Groups
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- © Pergamon 1968
- 1st January 1968
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