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Hans Reich, professor of organic chemistry at the University of Wisconsin Madison, created this online handout on named rules and effects in organic chemistry. Concise descriptions and structures of a number of named effects, rules, stereochemical models and hypotheses—from Baldwin’s rules to the Zimmerman–Traxler transition state—are given.

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  • Science > Chemistry

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English

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