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Title: Organic Special -VI (Code-09040415) | Fourth Sem | Master of Chemistry

Title: Organic Special -VI  (Code-09040415)

S.No. Topic Domain Hours as per UGC
1 n-Butyllithium and Grignard reagent must know 10
Organo chromium(III) compounds and Dialkyl copper lithium
Pentacarbonyl iron and Tetracarbonyl nickel
octacarbonyl dicobalt and Alkene Palladium (II) complexes
Wilkinsons catalyst and Methyl triisopropoxy titanium
Tri-n-butyl tin hydride and Trimethyl silyl iodide
Diborane.
2 DCCI and 1,3-dithianes must know 8
Polyphosphoric acid and diazomethane
Ethyldiazoacetate and Boron Trifluoride,
Trifluoro acetic acid and cuprous chloride,
N-bromosuccinamide,Mont- K-10, and KSF (clays)
Phase Transfer catalysts. nice to know
3 Oxidation: must know 12
 Leadtetraacetate and osmium tetraoxide
selenium dioxide and potassium permanganate
Fenton’s reagent and ozone
Perbenzoic acid and periodic acid
chromium oxide and thallium (III) nitrate.
Reduction:
Catalytic hydrogenation
lithium aluminium hydride
sodium borohydride
sodamide and zinc dust,
sodium-liquid ammonia
4 General mechanistic considerations – nature of migration, migratory aptitude and  detailed study of Pinacol – pinacolone rerrangement must know 12
General mechanistic considerations – nature of migration, migratory aptitude and  detailed study of Wagner-Meerwein rerrangement
General mechanistic considerations – nature of migration, migratory aptitude and  detailed study of Demjanov and Benzil-Benzilic acid rerrangements
General mechanistic considerations – nature of migration, migratory aptitude and  detailed study of Favorskii rerrangement & Arndt-Eistert synthesis
General mechanistic considerations – nature of migration, migratory aptitude and detailed study of Neber and Beckmann rerrangements
General mechanistic considerations – nature of migration, migratory aptitude and  detailed study of Hofman, Curtius and Schmidt rerrangements
General mechanistic considerations – nature of migration, migratory aptitude and  detailed study of Baeyer-Villiger and Shapiro reaction.

 

Books Recommended:

  1. Warren, S. Designing Organic Synthesis.
  2. Fuhrhop, J. and G. Penzilin. Organic Synthesis Concepts, Methods and Starting Materials.
  3. Carruthers, W. Some Modern Methods of Organic Synthesis.
  4. House, H.O. and W.A. Benjamin. Modern Synthesis Reactions.
  5. March, J. Advanced Organic Chemistry Reactions Mechanism and Structure.
  6. Norman, R. and J.M. Coxon. Principles of Organic Synthesis.
  7. Carey, F.A. and R.J. Sundburg. Advanced Organic Chemistry Part-B.
  8. Mehrotra, R.C. and A. Singh. Organometallic Cchemistry: A Unified approach.
  9. Sondhi, G.S., R. Gopalan. and V. Ramalingam. Organometallic Chemistry: Concise Coordination Chemistry.