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Amino Acids: Chemistry, Biochemistry & Nutrition | Amit Kessel Ph.D

The summery below is for educational purposes only. It is adapted in most part from the book Prof. Nir Ben-Tal and I wrote, Introduction to Proteins: Structure, Function, & Motion: The book dis…

Principles of Modern Chemistry 8th 8E by David W. Oxtoby Title:Principles of Modern ChemistryAuthor(s):David W. Oxtoby; H. Pat Gillis; Laurie J. ButlerEdition:8Year:2016ISBN-13:9781305079113 (978-1-305-07911-3)ISBN-10:1305079116 (1-305-07911-6)

Principles of Modern Chemistry 8th 8E by David W. Oxtoby Title:Principles of Modern ChemistryAuthor(s):David W. Oxtoby; H. Pat Gillis; Laurie J. ButlerEdition:8Year:2016ISBN-13:9781305079113 (978-1-305-07911-3)ISBN-10:1305079116 (1-305-07911-6)

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The rules are no different than what we use when naming a compound. Essentially, you need to look at the complex substituent as a separate molecule and find its “parent chain” and the alkyl groups on it.  To do this, start numbering from the carbon directly connected to the actual parent chain of the molecule and list the alkyl groups alphabetically:

The rules are no different than what we use when naming a compound. Essentially, you need to look at the complex substituent as a separate molecule and find its “parent chain” and the alkyl groups on it. To do this, start numbering from the carbon directly connected to the actual parent chain of the molecule and list the alkyl groups alphabetically:

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Reactions of aromatic compounds is a typical topic in the second semester organic chemistry course. You want to know all of those for the MCAT and ACS!