After reading this you will understand: (1) What is meant by no-bond resonance (2) Why some alkenes are more stable than others (3) Justification of Saytzeff's rule (4) Anti-Markovnikov's rule
Though both hydrolysis as well as hydration involve chemical reaction of given compound with water, the phenomenon of hydrolysis is totally different from that of hydration!
Tautomerism is a special kind of isomerism in which both the isomers (called tautomers) co-exist at any given time and also remain in equilibrium with each other.
What is meant by electromeric effect? Is it temporary effect or permanent effect? Does it facilitates a chemical reaction or obstructs it? Is it observed in all organic reactions?
After studying this hub, one can easily answer the questions like: (a) why methanoic acid is stronger acid than ethanoic acid? (b) why tertiary carbocation is more stable than primary carbocation?
Do you know when two functional groups are present in the compound, name of compound is assigned using prefix of less reactive functional group and suffix of more reactive functional group?
Do you know that a general formula, “C3H6” represents two different compounds “propene” and "cyclopropane”? Do you know that “pentylcyclopentane” can not be named as, “cyclopentylpentane”?
Do You Know there are about seven million known compounds in the dictionary of organic chemistry? Do you know most of these do not have their common names but have only I. U. P. A. C. names?
Is “Gold Number” a percentage purity of gold? Is it a number of electrons in an atom of Gold? No. It is about quantity of a peculiar substance providing stability to the colloidal solution of gold!
Do you know based on which parameters the shape of a Molecule is determined? Do you know how percentage of ionic character of a covalent compound is determined?