Physical Aspects of Organic Chemistry
D. Van Nostrand Company, Incorporated, 1937 - Chemistry, Organic - 501 pages
Chemical affinity. Physical theories of molecular structure. Valency. Electrical dipoles. Chemical reactivity. Unsaturation. Free radicals and their non-ionic reactions. Ionization and ionic reactions. Acidity. The reactivity of halogen compounds. General polarity. Hydrolysis and esterification. Ionotropic change. Molecular rearrangement. Conjugation. Aromatic compounds(I-II).
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Phys1cal Theor1es of Molecular Structure
Free Rad1cals and the1r Non1on1c React1ons
Ion1zat1on and Ion1c React1ons
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