Name Reaction in Organic Chemistry or Name Reactions and Reagents in Organic Synthesis is an exhaustive collection, addressing more than 500 reactions (and rearrangements). The breadth of coverage extends well beyond the confines of a typical undergraduate–beginning graduate organic chemistry course, although the detail presented for each reaction is minimal.
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If you got just a little more marks your rank will boost up to a lot. Physics and math are generally tough and tricky questions have been asked always in JEE exam and also these subjects require a lot of hard work and practice. Whereas in chemistry especially in ORGANIC CHEMISTRY part, there is no such hard work or more practice is required, just understood the mechanism of the reaction and rest is all clear. So, guys, you will get to know about a book which has covered all the necessary JEE ADVANCED organic reactions and has properly described by mechanism diagrams.
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This Second Edition is the premier name resource in the field. It provides a handy resource for navigating the web of named reactions and reagents. Reactions and reagents are listed alphabetically, followed by relevant mechanisms, experimental data (including yields where available), and references to the primary literature. The text also includes three indices based on reagents and reactions, starting materials, and desired products. Organic chemistry professors, graduate students, and undergraduates, as well as chemists working in industrial, government, and other laboratories, will all find this book to be an invaluable reference.