Organic Spectroscopic Structure Determination: A Problem-based Learning Approach by Douglass F. TaberOrganic Spectroscopic Structure Determination: A Problem-based Learning Approach by Douglass F. Taber

Organic Spectroscopic Structure Determination: A Problem-based Learning Approach

byDouglass F. Taber

Paperback | September 12, 2007

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Organic Spectroscopic Structure Determination is designed as a first introduction to the elucidation of molecular structures. It consists of four sections that engage the imagination of the student. Taber has arranged the material in such a way that the students can work the problems and learnthe procedures on their own, minimizing the time taken in lecture. The first section includes three chapters of instruction on the methods of organic spectroscopy. The second consists of fifty problems with just data sets of spectroscopic data. The third includes fifty problems that show startingmaterials and reaction conditions, with spectroscopic data for the product. The final section features tables of spectroscopic data.
Douglass Taber is a Professor of Chemistry at the University of Delaware.
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Title:Organic Spectroscopic Structure Determination: A Problem-based Learning ApproachFormat:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 6.1 × 9.09 × 0.71 inPublished:September 12, 2007Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195314700

ISBN - 13:9780195314700

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Section One: Strategies for Spectroscopic Structure Determination1. 13C NMR2. 1H NMR and IR3. Calculating 13C NMR, Mass Spectrometry and UVSection Two: Spectroscopic Data SetsSection Three: Reactions and ProductsSection Four: Tables of Spectroscopic Data13C NMR TABLESC.1: Chemical shifts of cycloalkanesC.2: Chemical Shifts of saturated heterocyclesC.3: Alkene and cycloalkene chemical shiftC.4: Chemical shifts of substituted alkenesC.5: Alkyne chemical shiftsC.6: Chemical shifts of alcoholsC.7: Chemical shifts of ethers, acetals and epoxidesC.8: Shift positions of the C=O group and other carbon atoms of ketones and aldehydesC.9: Shift positions of the C=O group and other carbon atoms of carboxylic acids, esters, lactones, chlorides, anhydrides, amides carbamates and nitrilesC.10: The 13C shifts for some linear and branched-chain alkanesC.11: Incremental substituent effects (ppm) on replacement of H by Y in alkanes, Y is terminal or internal (+ downfield, - upfieldC.12: Incremental shifts of the aromatic carbons of monosubstituted Benzenes (ppm from benzene at 128.5 ppm, + downfield, - upfield)1H NMR TABLES:H.1: Chemical shifts of protons on a carbon atom adjacent to a functional group in aliphatic compounds (M-Y).H.2 : Proton spin-coupling constantsH.3: Chemical shifts of alicyclic compoundsH.4: Chemical shifts of protons in monosubstituted benzene derivatives