Physical Organic Chemistry
The study of the interrelationships between structure and reactivity in organic molecules is called Physical organic chemistry. Using tools of physical chemistry such as chemical equilibrium, chemical kinetics, thermochemistry, and quantum chemistry it is also seen as the study of organic chemistry. In other words, it is a branch of organic chemistry that mainly focuses on the relationship between chemical structures and reactivity, In particular applying experimental tools of physical chemistry to the study of organic molecules. To understand the foundational problems in organic chemistry, including classical and statistical thermodynamic calculations, quantum mechanical theory and computational chemistry Physical organic chemists use theoretical and experimental approaches.
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