Organic Chemistry Demystified
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|Unit 01: About the Course|
|Unit 02: Drawing Organic Molecules|
|How to read bond-line drawings||00:18:00|
|How to draw bond-line drawings||00:18:00|
|Identifying formal charges||00:22:00|
|Finding lone pairs that are not drawn||00:23:00|
|Unit 03: Resonance|
|What is resonance?||00:05:00|
|Drawing resonance structures (part 1)||00:40:00|
|Formal charges in resonance structures||00:19:00|
|Drawing resonance structures (part 2)||00:25:00|
|The relative importance of resonance structures||00:19:00|
|Unit 04: Acid-Base Reactions|
|Introduction to acid – base||00:03:00|
|Charged atoms – Resonance – Induction – Orbitals||00:07:00|
|Showing an acid-base mechanism||00:14:00|
|Acid-Base equilibrium position||00:06:00|
|Unit 05: Geometry|
|Goemetry of orbitals||00:15:00|
|Impact of resonance on geometry||00:01:00|
|Unit 06: Nomenclature|
|Introduction to nomenclature||00:03:00|
|“cis” – “trans” stereoisomerism||00:04:00|
|“E” – “Z” stereoisomerism||00:04:00|
|Localizing substituents in parent chain||00:12:00|
|From structure to name||00:20:00|
|Unit 07: Conformations|
|Introduction to conformations||00:02:00|
|Relative stability of Newman projections||00:08:00|
|Drawing chair conformations||00:02:00|
|Drawing substituents in chair conformations||00:12:00|
|Comparing stability of chair conformations||00:10:00|
|Unit 08: Configurations|
|Introduction to configurations||00:01:00|
|Determining the configuration of a stereocenter||00:18:00|
|Unit 09: Mechanisms|
|Introduction to mechanisms||00:02:00|
|Nucleophiles and electrophiles||00:09:00|
|Arrows used for mechanisms||00:14:00|
|Unit 10: Substitution Reactions|
|SN1 SN2 mechanisms||00:10:00|
|Factor #1: the electrophile||00:06:00|
|Factor #2: the nucleophile||00:04:00|
|Factor #3: the leaving group||00:05:00|
|Factor #4: the solvent||00:05:00|
|Combining all 4 factors||00:10:00|
|Unit 11: Elimination Reactions|
|Introduction to elimination reactions||00:02:00|
|Unit 12: Substitution vs Elimination|
|Introduction to substitution vs elimination||00:03:00|
|Determining the function of the reagent||00:04:00|
|Identifying the mechanism(s)||00:11:00|
|Predicting regiochemical and stereochemical outcomes||00:16:00|
|Unit 13: Addition Reactions|
|Introduction to addition reactions||00:01:00|
|Hydrogenation: adding H-H||00:07:00|
|Hydrohalogenation: adding hydrogen halide, H-X||00:09:00|
|Hydrobromination : adding H-Br||00:09:00|
|Hydration: adding H-OH||00:12:00|
|Adding Br and Br||00:05:00|
|Halohydrin formation: adding Br and OH||00:08:00|
|“Anti” dihydroxylation: adding OH and OH||00:07:00|
|“syn” dihydroxylation : adding OH and OH||00:04:00|
|Unit 14: Synthesis Techniques|
|Combining reactions: changing the position of a leaving group||00:03:00|
|Combining reactions: changing the position of a double bond||00:02:00|
|Combining reactions: introducing functionality||00:03:00|
|Unit 15: Wrapping Up and Bonus|
|Thank you for enrolling and announcing part 2||00:01:00|