provides the organic synthesis of some general reactions important in the chemical organic field of study. For a complete list of Organic Chemistry reactions refer to http://www.organic-chemistry.org
The aldol addition makes (on the basis of Ketone and Aldehydes) the synthesis of b-Hydroxy-derivatives possible. The reaction takes place under Acid or Base catalysis.
Cyanide works in the Benzo-Condensation only catalytically.
The Grignard reaction was originally understood as addition about Organomagnesium Halides at Carbonyl connections, in order to manufacture alcohols.
The McMurry reaction is an electron reduction reaction, which leads to the oxidizing of alkenes.
Aminonitrile can be manufactured through the Strecker Synthesis, which can be hydrolyzed to the amino acids.