Ch 37: Analyzing Organic Compounds

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Analyzing Organic Compounds - Chapter Summary

In this chapter on analyzing organic compounds, brief lessons cover key topics like the principles of direct acid-base and redox titrations. Additionally, you can learn about the application of the n+1 rule. Upon completion of the chapter, you should be able to do the following:

  • Provide examples of organic chemical reactions
  • Explain redox, esterification, and fermentation
  • Discuss principles and applications of mass spectroscopy
  • Demonstrate how the concentration of an organic compound is determined

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