Solvation, H Bonding, and Ionophores, Puzzle on Alcohol Oxidation Mechanisms - Freshman Organic Chemistry - Michael McBride - Lecture 5 of 38 - Video-lecture

Video-lecture, Organic Chemistry

Description: Most organic reactions occur in solution, and particularly in the case of ions, one must consider non-bonded interactions with neighboring molecules. Non-bonded interactions, including hydrogen-bonding, also determine such physical properties as boiling point. For the most part these interactions may be understood in terms of electrostatics and polarizability.
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