[Sitemap] [Contact] [Imprint] Deutsche Version Search site 

Carbonyl Group and Carbonyl Compounds



Carbonyl Group

The carbonyl group C=O is a functional group in organic chemistry and the characteristic feature of a number of organic compounds called carbonyl compounds. The carbonyl group is composed of a carbon atom double-bonded to an oxygen atom.

Online available information resources on carbonyl group and the chemistry of carbonyl compounds.

Further information categories about related topics are listed in the navigation menu on the left side of these page.



[Lec] [Hist] [Class] [Reac] [Name] [Ana]

 |

Lecture Notes, Tutorials


Carbonyl Chemistry
Lecture notes - Format: PDF - [e]

Carbonyl Chemistry
Survey of reactions and mechanisms - Format: PDF - [e]

Carbonyl Chemistry
Survey of Reactions and Mechanisms - Format: PDF - [e]

Carbonyl Compounds I
Aldehydes and Ketones. Addition Reactions of the Carbonyl Group. Caltech, 1977 - Format: PDF - [e]

Carbonyl Compounds II
Enols; Enolate Anions. Unsaturated and Polycarbonyl Compounds. Caltech, 1977 - Format: PDF - [e]

Carbonyl Compounds III
Carboxylic acids and their derivatives. Caltech, 1977 - Format: PDF - [e]

Carbonyl Group
Description of the carbonyl group, compounds, reactions - [e]

Carbonyl Reactivity
Aldehydes and Ketones - [e]

Carbonyl Reactivity
Reactions at the a-Carbon - [e]



[Lec] [Hist] [Class] [Reac] [Name] [Ana]

 |

Historical Facts and Documents


Carbonyl Addition
The Evolution of Models for Carbonyl Addition - Format: PDF - [e]

Reactions of Carbonyl Compounds
Lecture notes - Format: PDF - [e]



[Lec] [Hist] [Class] [Reac] [Name] [Ana]

 |

Compound Classes


Aldehydes and Ketones
Lecture notes: fundamentals of organic chemistry - Format: PDF - [e]



[Lec] [Hist] [Class] [Reac] [Name] [Ana]

 |

Chemical Reactions


Carbonyl Addition
Diastereoselective & Enantioselective Carbonyl Addition - Format: PDF - [e]

Carbonyl Reaction Catalysis
Lecture notes - Format: PDF - [e]

Enolate Ions
Alkylation of Enolate Ions - [e]

Keto-Enol Tautomerism
Lecture notes - Format: PDF - [e]

Nucleophilic Addition
... to the carbonyl group of aldehydes and ketones - Format: PDF - [e]

Reactions of Carbonyl Compounds
Lecture notes: organic chemistry, equilibrium controled reactions - [e]

Stereoselective Reactions
... of the carbonyl group - Format: PDF - [e]

Substitution Reactions
... of Carbonyl Compounds at the a-Carbon - Format: PDF - [e]

Unsaturated Aldehydes/Ketones
Reactions of a,-unsaturated aldehydes/ketones, keto-enol tautomers - Format: PDF - [e]



[Lec] [Hist] [Class] [Reac] [Name] [Ana]

 |

Name Reactions


Aldol Condensation
Synthesis of a,-unsaturated carbonyl compounds. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]

Baeyer-Villiger Oxidation
Carbon-carbon bond adjacent to a carbonyl. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]

Benzilic Acid Rearrangement
The rearrangement of 1.2-diketones to a-hydroxycarboxylic acids. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]

Benzoin Condensation
Reaction between two aldehydes to form a-hydroxyketones. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]

Cannizzaro Reaction
Disproportionation of non-enolizable aldehydes to carboxylic acids and alcohols. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]

Carbonyl Chemistry
Fundamentals - Format: PDF - [e]

Claisen Condensation
Acetoacetic-Ester Condensation. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]

Clemmensen Reduction
... is the deoxygenation of aldehydes or ketones - [e]

Criegee Ozonolysis
... for the synthesis of carbonyl compounds. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]

Dakin Reaction
Synthesis of phenols from aryl aldehydes or aryl ketones. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]

Darzens Reaction
Synthesis of a,-epoxy esters from carbonyl compounds. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]

Haloform Reaction
Halogenation of a methyl ketone. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]

Meerwein-Ponndorf-Verley Reduction
Reduction of ketones to secondary alcohols. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]

Michael Addition
... of resonance-stabilized carbanions. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]

Nef Reaction
The conversion of nitro compounds into carbonyl compounds. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]

Oppenauer Oxidation
... of alcohols to ketones and aldehydes. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]

Pinacol Rearrangement
... to t-butyl methyl ketones. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]

Reimer Tiemann Synthesis
Formylation of phenols - Format: PDF - [e]

Robinson Annulation
... combines michael addition and the aldol condensation to form polycyclic compounds. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]

Schmidt Reaction
Addition of hydrazoic acid to carboxylic acids, aldehydes and ketones. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]

Vilsmeier-Haack Reaction
Formylation of electron-rich arenes. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]

Wittig Reaction
Reaction of an aldehyde or ketone with ylides to form alkenes. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]

Wittig-Horner Reaction
Reaction of an aldehyde or ketone with ylides to form oleffins; E-selectiv. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]

Wolff-Kishner Reduction
... is the reduction of aldehydes and ketones to alkanes. Organic Chemistry Portal - [e]



[Lec] [Hist] [Class] [Reac] [Name] [Ana]

 |

Analysis and Determination


Determination of Carbonyl Compounds
... in spirits and spirit products - Format: PDF - [e]







Other notes:



Information about this site:


 
The author- or copyrights of the listed Internet pages are held by the respective authors or site operators, who are also responsible for the content of the presentations.
 
To include your website to the Internetchemistry directory, please use our registration form or send us an eMail.
Citation:
www.internetchemistry.com/chemistry/carbonyl-group.htm
Entries:
46
Topic:
Carbonyl Group and Carbonyl Compounds
Keywords:
Carbonyl, group, compounds, reactions, synthesis
Update:
10.03.2012 00:00:00 [link check]
 
10.03.2012 [site update]


Chemistry information not found? Try this form:
Custom Search

Related Books and Scientific Literature: Carbonyl Group:


Buchempfehlung

John E. McMurry, Eric E. Simanek

Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry

Written for the short course?where content must be thorough, but to-the-point, FUNDAMENTALS OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, Sixth Edition, continues to provide an effective, clear, and readable introduction to the beauty and logic of organic chemistry. McMurry presents only those subjects needed for a brief course while maintaining the important pedagogical tools commonly found in larger books. With clear explanations, thought-provoking examples, and an innovative vertical format for explaining reaction mechanisms, FUNDAMENTALS takes a modern approach: primary organization is by functional group, beginning with the simple (alkanes) and progressing to the more complex. Within the primary organization, there is also an emphasis on explaining the fundamental mechanistic similarities of reactions. Through this approach, memorization is minimized and understanding is maximized. The sixth edition brings in new content that applies organic chemistry to students, for example all of the chapter openers have been changed and incorporate a model and photograph of an application of organic chemistry such as Taxol from the pacific yew tree. The book introduces a running application in the Interlude boxes and in the problems relating agricultural chemicals intended to unify the subject further for students. All of the problems have been reorganized by topic to make easier to assign and review. New problem categories have been added. The new problem categories are "In the Field with Agrochemicals" and "In the Medicine Cabinet" to reinforce the focus on applications.

Brooks Cole; 2006


Internetchemistry ChemLin 1996 - 2013 A. J.