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how to memorize the reactions??

6 years ago


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Dear Shubham

For organic chemistry, mechanisms are the language of organic chemistry. They are the logic that you use to predict the products. The greater the number of mechanisms you know, the easier it is to memorize a new mechanism. You will find mechanistic similarities. You will see how changing an atom from an oxygen to a carbon alters the mechanism and how the difference in the number of protons in the nucleus is consistent with that change. so concentrate on mechanisms of reactions. Your work will be reduced. One mechanism cover many reactions.

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