Chemoselectivity and Lab Experiments in organic chemistry

Chemoselectivity is defined as the selective reaction of one functional group in the presence of others, this process also includes convoluted and protecting groups that are on the molecular connectivity alone. The prediction of the outcomes is difficult where many reactions are plausible. Lab experiment is a method of investigation of the new chemical process and techniques. In an experiment, an independent variable (the cause) is manipulated and the dependent variable (the effect) is measured; any extraneous variables are controlled.

  • Reduction of carbonyl groups
  • Hydrogen as reducing agent
  • Chromatography
  • Separation of organic mixtures
  • Identification of organic compounds
  • Esterification
  • Oxidation, reduction, decarboxylation, deamination
  • Cannizaro reaction

Related Conference of Chemoselectivity and Lab Experiments in organic chemistry

Chemoselectivity and Lab Experiments in organic chemistry Conference Speakers