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Chapter 4: Structure determination part I: Infrared spectroscopy, UV-visible spectroscopy, and mass spectrometry
A. The general picture
A. Glycosidic bonds revisited
A. Imines-the general picture
Section 1: Introduction to carboxylic acid derivatives and the nucleophilic acyl substitution reaction
A: Carboxylic acid derivatives and acyl groups
A: Glutamine synthetase
A: Introduction to thioesters and Coenzyme A
A: Nonenzymatic esterification: synthesis of ‘banana oil’
A: Formation of peptide bonds on the ribosome
Chapter 13: Reactions with stabilized carbanion intermediates, part I - isomerization, aldol and Claisen condensation, and decarboxylation
Chapter 14: Reactions with stabilized carbanion intermediates, part II: Michael additions, eliminations, and electron sink cofactors
Table 1: Some characteristic absorption frequencies in IR spectroscopy
Table 2: Typical values for 1H-NMR chemical shifts
Table 3: Typical values for 13C-NMR chemical shifts
Table 4: Typical coupling constants in NMR
Table 5: The 20 common amino acids
Table 6: Structures of common coenzymes
Table 7: Representative acid constants
Table 8: Some common laboratory solvents, acids, and bases
Table 9: Examples of common functional groups in organic chemistry
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