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organic compounds, but all have carbon as their principal constituent atom. In this sense, you may find that organic chemistry is different from general. Basic Concepts from Organic Chemistry (PDF p). This note covers the following topics: Aliphatic Compounds, Hydrocarbons, Alcohols, Aldehydes And . There are over 6 million known organic compounds. Nomenclature is therefore very important. Here are some basic guidelines that should help in the naming of .

Free radicals themselves are electricially neutral, however, due to the presence of odd electron, these are paramagnetic in nature. Again because of the presence of odd electron, free radicals are in constant search for another electron to pair up and hence these are highly reactive species. Carbon free radicals are named after the parent alkyl group and adding the word free radical. A free radical may have an sp2 hybridized carbon in which odd electron remains in the p orbital the shape of this type of free radical will be planar.

Alternatively, free radical may have sp3 hybridized carbon atom.

Carbocations are generally formed in acid catalysed reactions. Carbocations are classified as primary, secondary or tertiary depending upon the nature of the carbon atom bearing the positive charge. The three sp2hybrid orbitals are utilized in forming bonds to the three substituents, the remaining unused p orbital remains order.

Order of Stability: c Carbanions: A carbanion is negatively charged organic species in which negative charge resides on the carbon atom. Thus the carbon atom in carbanion although contains four pairs of electrons, its one pair is free.

These are named after the parent alkyl group and adding the word carbanion. For example, Carbanions are generally formed during base catalyzed carbanion e. R3C-: is similar to that of amines.

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Thus a carbanion has a pyramidal shape similar to that of ammonia. These are of two types. Thus a singlet carbene has a bent structure. Breaking of a Covalent Bond a Homolytic fission or homolysis: In homolytic bond fission one electron of the bonding pair goes with each of the departing atom or group resulting in two electrically neutral fragments or atoms generally known as free radicals.

Thus a free radical may be definedas the atom or group of atoms having a single, odd or unpaired electron.

Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry, second edition

Now since the homolytic fission always results in the formation of free radicals, the reactions involving such homolytic fission are known as free radical reactions and are said to proceed via a free radical mechanism. Thus the reaction involving heterolytic fision are known as ionic reaction sand are said to proceed via ionic polar mechanism. The heterolytic fission of the covalent bond can occur in either of the following two ways.

Carbonium ions are generally symbolized as. Reactions in whcih carbonium ions are formed as intermediate are said to proceed by carbonium ion mechanism.

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Such organic species which has eight paired electrons i. Carbanions are generally symbolized as. Reactions in which carbanions are formed as intermediate are said to proceed by a carbanion mechanism. Reaction Intermediates a Free radicals: A free radical is a species which has as odd or unpaired electron.

Free radicals themselves are electricially neutral, however, due to the presence of odd electron, these are paramagnetic in nature. Again because of the presence of odd electron, free radicals are in constant search for another electron to pair up and hence these are highly reactive species.

Carbon free radicals are named after the parent alkyl group and adding the word free radical. A free radical may have an sp2 hybridized carbon in which odd electron remains in the p orbital the shape of this type of free radical will be planar.

Alternatively, free radical may have sp3 hybridized carbon atom.More on our objectives with regard to different possible approaches to the study of organic chemistry is given in the latter part of Section p. As before, we will be pleased to receive corrections and suggestions from our readers for further improvement of later editions.

The effect caused by resonance in a molecule is called resonance effect R - effect or mesomeric effect M - effect. Free radicals are odd electron species and may be regarded as having planar configuration analogous to carbonium ion or a pyramidal structure similar to carbanion, which is capable of rapid interconversion.

General Organic Chemistry and Isomerism Notes

Jasperse This note covers the following topics in organic chemistry: Again because of the presence of odd electron, free radicals are in constant search for another electron to pair up and hence these are highly reactive species. It is generated by reaction of nitric acid and sulphuric acid Here nitric acid acts a base Very reactive arenes - those that bear strongly activating substituents undergo nitration in nitric acid alone.

Electrolysis of an aqueous solution of sodium of potassium salt of maleic acid or fumaric acid produces acetylene at the anode.

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