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(1) Let's get down to the basics of organic chemistry!

  • Let's get to know each other!
  • Lecture 1: Introduction to Orgo
  • Lecture 2:How do atoms come together to form an organic molecule? Hybridization!
  • Lecture 1: Introduction to Alkanes
  • Lecture 2: Molecular formula vs Structural formula
  • Lecture 3: Isomers
  • Lecture 4: Nomenclature (naming) of different alkanes
  • Lecture 5: Drawing skeletal/simplified structures
  • Lecture 6: The real way to name alkanes
  • Conformational Isomerism
  • Quiz 2: Alkanes
  • Lecture 1: Introduction to Alkenes
  • Lecture 2: Let's name some alkenes
  • Lecture 3: Bromine test for alkenes
  • Quiz 3: Alkenes
  • Lecture 1: What are aromatic compounds?
  • Lecture 2: Why don't benzene undergo addition reactions?
  • Lecture 3: Naming mono- and di- substituted benzenes
  • Lecture 4: Electrophillic substitution reactions
  • Quiz 4: Aromatic compounds
  • Final Exam paper

(2) Section 2: Alkanes

  • Let's get to know each other!
  • Lecture 1: Introduction to Orgo
  • Lecture 2:How do atoms come together to form an organic molecule? Hybridization!
  • Lecture 1: Introduction to Alkanes
  • Lecture 2: Molecular formula vs Structural formula
  • Lecture 3: Isomers
  • Lecture 4: Nomenclature (naming) of different alkanes
  • Lecture 5: Drawing skeletal/simplified structures
  • Lecture 6: The real way to name alkanes
  • Conformational Isomerism
  • Quiz 2: Alkanes
  • Lecture 1: Introduction to Alkenes
  • Lecture 2: Let's name some alkenes
  • Lecture 3: Bromine test for alkenes
  • Quiz 3: Alkenes
  • Lecture 1: What are aromatic compounds?
  • Lecture 2: Why don't benzene undergo addition reactions?
  • Lecture 3: Naming mono- and di- substituted benzenes
  • Lecture 4: Electrophillic substitution reactions
  • Quiz 4: Aromatic compounds
  • Final Exam paper

(3) Section 3: Alkenes

  • Let's get to know each other!
  • Lecture 1: Introduction to Orgo
  • Lecture 2:How do atoms come together to form an organic molecule? Hybridization!
  • Lecture 1: Introduction to Alkanes
  • Lecture 2: Molecular formula vs Structural formula
  • Lecture 3: Isomers
  • Lecture 4: Nomenclature (naming) of different alkanes
  • Lecture 5: Drawing skeletal/simplified structures
  • Lecture 6: The real way to name alkanes
  • Conformational Isomerism
  • Quiz 2: Alkanes
  • Lecture 1: Introduction to Alkenes
  • Lecture 2: Let's name some alkenes
  • Lecture 3: Bromine test for alkenes
  • Quiz 3: Alkenes
  • Lecture 1: What are aromatic compounds?
  • Lecture 2: Why don't benzene undergo addition reactions?
  • Lecture 3: Naming mono- and di- substituted benzenes
  • Lecture 4: Electrophillic substitution reactions
  • Quiz 4: Aromatic compounds
  • Final Exam paper

(4) Section 4: Aromatic compounds

  • Let's get to know each other!
  • Lecture 1: Introduction to Orgo
  • Lecture 2:How do atoms come together to form an organic molecule? Hybridization!
  • Lecture 1: Introduction to Alkanes
  • Lecture 2: Molecular formula vs Structural formula
  • Lecture 3: Isomers
  • Lecture 4: Nomenclature (naming) of different alkanes
  • Lecture 5: Drawing skeletal/simplified structures
  • Lecture 6: The real way to name alkanes
  • Conformational Isomerism
  • Quiz 2: Alkanes
  • Lecture 1: Introduction to Alkenes
  • Lecture 2: Let's name some alkenes
  • Lecture 3: Bromine test for alkenes
  • Quiz 3: Alkenes
  • Lecture 1: What are aromatic compounds?
  • Lecture 2: Why don't benzene undergo addition reactions?
  • Lecture 3: Naming mono- and di- substituted benzenes
  • Lecture 4: Electrophillic substitution reactions
  • Quiz 4: Aromatic compounds
  • Final Exam paper

(5) Final Exam

  • Let's get to know each other!
  • Lecture 1: Introduction to Orgo
  • Lecture 2:How do atoms come together to form an organic molecule? Hybridization!
  • Lecture 1: Introduction to Alkanes
  • Lecture 2: Molecular formula vs Structural formula
  • Lecture 3: Isomers
  • Lecture 4: Nomenclature (naming) of different alkanes
  • Lecture 5: Drawing skeletal/simplified structures
  • Lecture 6: The real way to name alkanes
  • Conformational Isomerism
  • Quiz 2: Alkanes
  • Lecture 1: Introduction to Alkenes
  • Lecture 2: Let's name some alkenes
  • Lecture 3: Bromine test for alkenes
  • Quiz 3: Alkenes
  • Lecture 1: What are aromatic compounds?
  • Lecture 2: Why don't benzene undergo addition reactions?
  • Lecture 3: Naming mono- and di- substituted benzenes
  • Lecture 4: Electrophillic substitution reactions
  • Quiz 4: Aromatic compounds
  • Final Exam paper

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