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Elimination in Chemistry: Reactions and Mechanisms



Elimination reaction

In chemistry an elimination is a type of chemical reaction in which a atom or a atom group (functional group) is removed from a molecule.

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Lecture Notes, Tutorials


Elimination Reactions
Lecture notes - Format: PDF - [e]

Elimination Reactions
Lecture notes - [e]

Saytzeff's Rule
Description and mechanism. Organic Chemistry Portal - [d, e]



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Compound Classes


Alkyl Halides
Elimination Reactions of Alkyl Halides - [e]

Halogenoalkanes
Elimination reactions involving halogenoalkanes; mechanisms - [e]







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Buchempfehlung

Jie Jack Li, E. J. Corey

Name Reactions of Functional Group Transformations

Unlike many previous books on name reactions, which present many reactions but treat them superficially, this book provides an excellent selection of useful name reactions, which have been given in depth, well-illustrated, instructional, and well-referenced accounts.

Wiley; 2007


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