By H. Lowther
Natural Chemistry: An Introductory direction is an introductory textbook that covers the numerous advancements in natural chemistry. This booklet consists of 20 chapters that fairly concentrate on the fundamental, physico-chemical ideas and reactions.
The first 10 chapters discover the category, physico-chemical homes, research, and reactions of diverse natural compounds, together with aliphatic compounds, aldehydes, alcohols, esters, ethers, and acid derivatives. the next 3 chapters describe the optical job, stereoisomerism, organic importance, and business purposes of those workforce compounds. different chapters take care of the reactions and purposes of alternative natural compounds, similar to fragrant, nitro, phenol, benzaldehyde, and benzoic acid. the rest chapters emphasize the selection of molecular and structural formulation of natural compounds.
This booklet is of worth to undergraduate natural chemistry scholars with complicated point path.
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The 6" by 1" test tube contains an aluminium-mercury couple covered with methyl alcohol as the source of hydrogen (Chapter 20). Methyl iodide is dripped in slowly. FIG. 1 5 Ethane, C 2 H 6 This gas is prepared by the two general methods already exemplified for methane. 1. CÖÖT^äTNäO|H = C 2H 6 + N a 2 C 0 3 * Potassium, calcium and barium acetates may also be used. The acidic hydrogen atom of an organic acid is contained in the —COOH group, which appears last in the rational formula. Thus the metallic atom of a salt also comes last (CH 3COOH -> CH 3COONa).
58) = C O , a ketone (p. 58) breaks down into a mixture of acid, ketone and carbon dioxide In addition to isomerism within the alcohol series, the alcohols are in general isomeric with the ethers. For example, the mole cular formula C 2 H 6 0 represents both ethyl alcohol C 2H 5OH and dimethyl ether (CH 3) 20—see p. 11. e. a monohydric alcohol, p. 48) under suitable conditions produces the corresponding alkyl oxide, which is called an ether. C 2 H BO Η H 2 0 = C 2H 5—O—C 2H 5 Diethyl ether C 2H 5!
In the case of propyl, and higher, halides (but not ethyl halides), this type of reaction may be brought about by heating with an alcoholic solution of alkali. 44 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Potassium cyanide, solid or in alcoholic solution, on heating gives ethyl cyanide. C 2 H 5 | r + " K'jCN = C 2 H 5 C N + K l Ammonia in alcoholic solution, on heating in a sealed tube, produces ethyl amine. g. p. 56). As it is, the formation of paraffins, alcohols, olefines, cyanides and amines from alkyl halides has been shown.