Organic Structure Determination
Part 1 : Physical methods of separation, purification, and characterization -- Separation and purification -- Physical characterization -- Part 2 : Adsorption spectroscopy -- Ultraviolet spectroscopy -- Infrared spectroscopy -- Nuclear magnetic resonance -- Electron paramagnetic resonance -- Determination of absolute stereochemistry -- Mass spectrometry -- Part 3 : Identification of organic compounds -- Characterization of an unknown compound -- Classification by solubility and acid-base properties -- Qualitative and quantitative elemental analyses -- Functional group classification and characterization -- Searching the literature -- Problems.
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