What are the IUPAC names of CH3CH2CH2CH3

Organic chemistry

This book includes the required reading primarily for students of the teaching profession, but also for students of biology, nutritional sciences, medicine, pharmacy and agricultural sciences, i.e. for everyone who needs basic knowledge of organic chemistry for their scientific subject. You will find the material prepared that you need to learn for exams, intermediate exams and the state examination. Subjects relevant to teaching are dealt with more broadly. Physiological, pharmaceutical, medical, biochemical and environmentally relevant aspects are also introduced. In the last chapters, biochemical relationships are also discussed.
The learning material is arranged according to material classes, the reactions are explained in detail and the text is understandable and presented in small learning steps.

The fourth edition has been updated in many places and important (name) responses have been added.

Prof. Dr. Adalbert Wollrab was active in chemical research in the field of natural substances and was managing director of the Institute for Didactics of Chemistry at the Justus Liebig University in Giessen for many years until his retirement. His lecture "Organic Chemistry for Student Teachers" inspired him to write this book.

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Functional groups Natural substances Organic chemistry Polymers Reaction mechanisms Classes of substances in organic chemistry

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Prof. Dr. Adalbert Wollrab was active in chemical research in the field of natural substances and was managing director of the Institute for Didactics of Chemistry at the Justus Liebig University in Giessen for many years until his retirement. His lecture "Organic Chemistry for Student Teachers" inspired him to write this book.

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