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Nucleophilic Acyl Substitution with Carboxylic Acid Derivatives

Organic Chemistry

Compounds with a C=O structure are carbonyl compounds, and there are many types of carbonyl compounds. Among these carbonyl compounds, carbonyl compounds that can be synthesized from carboxylic acids are called carboxylic acid derivatives. There are different types of carboxylic acid derivatives, such as acyl chloride, acid anhydride, esters and amides. Since their reactivity and […]

Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution: Sandmeyer Reaction and Benzyne

Organic Chemistry

The synthesis of aromatic compounds is very important because organic compounds with benzene rings are common. Compounds with aromatic rings are highly stable and usually do not react chemically. In some cases, however, it is possible to replace substituents on the aromatic rings. This is called nucleophilic aromatic substitution. If a leaving group is present […]

Organometallic Compounds: Grignard Reagent and Organolithium Reagent

Organic Chemistry

The synthetic reaction to create new carbon is one of the most important reactions in organic chemistry. When making new carbon chains, the presence of anions (negatively charged ions) of carbon is very useful. These anion compounds include organometallic compounds. Because they are anionic carbon atoms, organometallic compounds are strong bases. Anions also act as […]

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