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The second in a series of guest posts on SN1/SN2/E1/E2 by Chemistry Blog author and “instructor of organic chemistry at a small Midwestern liberal artsRead more
Note (from James) When my friend Adam from The Chemistry Blog offered to write a series of posts on Substitution and Elimination, I immediately saidRead more
Like I wrote about last time, it’s good – but not enough – to recognize partial charges and to figure out where they interact. SinceRead more
Last time we talked about how electrons are the “currency” of chemistry and every reaction is a transaction of electrons between atoms. That means thatRead more
Last time in this series on resonance, we saw that resonance forms represent two (or more) different ways to draw the same molecule, which differ only inRead more