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Pharmacology and toxicology;Pharmacology Answer Key-BLUE Pacop
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lOMoARcPSD| Pharmacology Answer Key-BLUE Pacop Pharmacy (University of Bohol) PHILIPPINE ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES OF PHARMACY Pharmacology and toxicology BLUE PACOP 1. A stereoisomer of methylated derivative of levorphanol used as antitussive: A. Noscapine B. Levopropoxyphene C. Codeine D. Dextromethorphan 2. An example of a weakly basic prodrug that when protonated, form covalent disulfide linkages with H+/K+ ATPase and inactivates it: A. Maalox® B. Nex...

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Most notes are types and structure drawn with chemdraw, some mechanism, and quite cheat sheet are shown in neat handwriting produced on ipad. Most reactions show detailed step-wise mechanism (with electron transfer arrows) Material covered are as shown below Aromaticity: Aromatic, non-aromatic, anti-aromatic Benzylic reactivity: SN1, SN2, Bromination (radical), Chemoselective oxidation Electrophilic aromatic substitution (EAS): halogenation, other activating agents, Friedel-Crafts Rearrangement ...

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Chapter 26 - Compounds Containing the Carbonyl Group
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I got an A* in my chemistry A-Level using the notes that I have uploaded and I am currently studying chemistry at the University of Birmingham. These revision notes include detail on physical properties of the carbonyl group (polarity, solubility, reactivity), equations/mechanisms for reactions of the carbonyl group in aldehydes and ketones (nucleophilic addition, oxidation, reduction), reflux, physical properties of carboxylic acids and esters, reactions of carboxylic acids with carbonates, for...

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P3 M2 D2 Unit 28 - describe the reactions of a range of non-carbonyl functional group compounds, provide mechanisms for reactions of hydrocarbons, explain the products of addition of hydrogen halides to asymmetric alkenes- Applied Science Extended Diplom
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This piece of work is to help with the P3, M2 and D2 Unit 28 Applied Science 2010 - My teacher has signed this assignment off which means that it does meet the grading criteria. Hope it helps, all the best. Please take note that this document cannot be copied and I would appreciate if you respect my work and use it to help yourself, however, please put it in your own words rather than copy. This piece of work is for guidance purposes. MAKE SURE TO REFERENCE YOUR WORK!! Meets the grading crit...

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Ketones and Aldehyde Comparison (scientific report)
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A scientific report on: "Determination of the carbonyl functional group as either ketones or aldehydes of two unknown hydrocarbon substances (A and B) through the use of Jone’s, Iodoform and Tollen’s tests." *This report received 78% from the lecturer **Please note, this report has been subjected to a plagiarism test and as a result is now apart of a global plagiarism database.

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A compilation of questions and answers for chemistry A level as per the new syllabus. Some of the questions may seem simple but it is for the sake of ensuring that one has well-grasped the subject. It is especially useful for cramming as the sequence can be repeated quite quickly and used for spaced repetition. The list of tackled topics are as follows 1)Atoms, molecules and stoichiometry 2)Atomic structure 3)Chemical Bonding 4)States of matter 5)Chemical energetics 6)Electrochemistry 7)Introduc...

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