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Learn organic chem from top to bottom with this 12-hour review of both semesters, reinforced with 400+ e-flashcards

(1) Organic Chemistry I

  • Organic Chemsitry I – Introduction
  • Organic Chem I- Module 1-1: Bonding
  • Organic Chem I- Module 1-2: Resonance
  • Organic Chem I- Module 1-3: Cyclic compounds
  • Organic Chem I – Module 2-1 Alkyl halides and alcohols
  • Organic Chem I- Module 2-2: Radicals and stereochemistry
  • Organic Chem I- Module 2-3: More stereochemistry
  • Organic Chem I- Module 2-4: Practice problems for alkyl halides and stereochem
  • Organic Chem I – Module 3-1: – Introduction to alkenes
  • Organic Chem I- Module 3-2: More reactions of alkenes
  • Organic Chem I- Module 3-3: Reaction of alkenes
  • Organic Chem I- Module 3-4: Even more reactions of alkenes
  • Organic Chem I – Module 4-1: The SN1 reaction
  • Organic Chem I- Module 4-2: SN1 and E1 reactions
  • Organic Chem I- Module 4-3: The E1 reaction
  • Organic Chem I- Module 4-4: More E1 reaction
  • Organic Chem I – Module 5-1: The SN2 reaction
  • Organic Chem I- Module 5-2: The SN2 and E2 reactions
  • Organic Chem I- Module 5-3: The E2 reaction
  • Organic Chem I – Module 6-1: Alkynes
  • Organic Chem I- Module 6-2: Allylic double bonds
  • Organic Chem I- Module 6-3: Diels-Alder reaction
  • Organic Chem I – Module 7-1: Benzene and other Arene Rings
  • Organic Chem I- Module 7-2: Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution
  • Organic Chem I- Module 7-3: More about EAS
  • Organic Chemistry I – Review materials
  • Organic Chem II – Module 1-1: Spectroscopy (NMR, IR, MS)
  • Organic Chem II- Module 1-2: Retrosynthesis and EAS
  • Organic Chem II- Module 1-3: More EAS
  • Organic Chem II – Module 1-4: Tricks of EAS and Practice Problems
  • Organic Chem II – Module 2-1: Carbonyl chemistry
  • Organic Chem II- Module 2-2: Carboxylic acid chemistry
  • Organic Chem II- Module 2-3: Epoxides and spectroscopy of carbonyls
  • Organic Chem II – Module 3-1: Organometallics
  • Organic Chem II- Module 3-2: Alcohols and thiols as nucleophiles
  • Organic Chem II- Module 3-3: Amines as nucleophiles
  • Organic Chem II – Module 4-1: Enols and Aldols
  • Organic Chem II- Module 4-2: the alpha carbon of a carbonyl compound
  • Organic Chem II- Module 4-3: More chemistry at the alpha carbon
  • Organic Chem II- Module 5-1: NAS and benzyne
  • Organic Chem II- Module 5-2: Phenols
  • Organic Chem II- Module 5-3: Aryl chemistry
  • Organic Chem II – Module 6-1: Carbohydrate chemistry
  • Organic Chem II- Module 6-2: Fats, steroids and amino acids
  • Organic Chem II- Module 6-3: chemistry of DNA
  • Organic Chem II – Retro and Total Synthesis Part 1
  • Organic Chem II – Retro and Total Synthesis Part 2
  • Organic Chem II – Retro and Total Synthesis Part 3
  • Organic Chem II – Review materials
  • Organic Chemistry I – nomenclature eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – alkenes eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – alkynes eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – E1 E2 SN1 SN2 eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – aromaticity eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – radicals eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – EAS eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – alcohols eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – allylics and synthesis probs eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – EAS eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – Redox eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – NMR eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – alcohols eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – amines eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – enolates eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – organometallics eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – cycloaddition and synthesis eFlashcards

(2) Organic Chemistry II

  • Organic Chemsitry I – Introduction
  • Organic Chem I- Module 1-1: Bonding
  • Organic Chem I- Module 1-2: Resonance
  • Organic Chem I- Module 1-3: Cyclic compounds
  • Organic Chem I – Module 2-1 Alkyl halides and alcohols
  • Organic Chem I- Module 2-2: Radicals and stereochemistry
  • Organic Chem I- Module 2-3: More stereochemistry
  • Organic Chem I- Module 2-4: Practice problems for alkyl halides and stereochem
  • Organic Chem I – Module 3-1: – Introduction to alkenes
  • Organic Chem I- Module 3-2: More reactions of alkenes
  • Organic Chem I- Module 3-3: Reaction of alkenes
  • Organic Chem I- Module 3-4: Even more reactions of alkenes
  • Organic Chem I – Module 4-1: The SN1 reaction
  • Organic Chem I- Module 4-2: SN1 and E1 reactions
  • Organic Chem I- Module 4-3: The E1 reaction
  • Organic Chem I- Module 4-4: More E1 reaction
  • Organic Chem I – Module 5-1: The SN2 reaction
  • Organic Chem I- Module 5-2: The SN2 and E2 reactions
  • Organic Chem I- Module 5-3: The E2 reaction
  • Organic Chem I – Module 6-1: Alkynes
  • Organic Chem I- Module 6-2: Allylic double bonds
  • Organic Chem I- Module 6-3: Diels-Alder reaction
  • Organic Chem I – Module 7-1: Benzene and other Arene Rings
  • Organic Chem I- Module 7-2: Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution
  • Organic Chem I- Module 7-3: More about EAS
  • Organic Chemistry I – Review materials
  • Organic Chem II – Module 1-1: Spectroscopy (NMR, IR, MS)
  • Organic Chem II- Module 1-2: Retrosynthesis and EAS
  • Organic Chem II- Module 1-3: More EAS
  • Organic Chem II – Module 1-4: Tricks of EAS and Practice Problems
  • Organic Chem II – Module 2-1: Carbonyl chemistry
  • Organic Chem II- Module 2-2: Carboxylic acid chemistry
  • Organic Chem II- Module 2-3: Epoxides and spectroscopy of carbonyls
  • Organic Chem II – Module 3-1: Organometallics
  • Organic Chem II- Module 3-2: Alcohols and thiols as nucleophiles
  • Organic Chem II- Module 3-3: Amines as nucleophiles
  • Organic Chem II – Module 4-1: Enols and Aldols
  • Organic Chem II- Module 4-2: the alpha carbon of a carbonyl compound
  • Organic Chem II- Module 4-3: More chemistry at the alpha carbon
  • Organic Chem II- Module 5-1: NAS and benzyne
  • Organic Chem II- Module 5-2: Phenols
  • Organic Chem II- Module 5-3: Aryl chemistry
  • Organic Chem II – Module 6-1: Carbohydrate chemistry
  • Organic Chem II- Module 6-2: Fats, steroids and amino acids
  • Organic Chem II- Module 6-3: chemistry of DNA
  • Organic Chem II – Retro and Total Synthesis Part 1
  • Organic Chem II – Retro and Total Synthesis Part 2
  • Organic Chem II – Retro and Total Synthesis Part 3
  • Organic Chem II – Review materials
  • Organic Chemistry I – nomenclature eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – alkenes eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – alkynes eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – E1 E2 SN1 SN2 eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – aromaticity eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – radicals eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – EAS eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – alcohols eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – allylics and synthesis probs eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – EAS eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – Redox eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – NMR eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – alcohols eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – amines eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – enolates eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – organometallics eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – cycloaddition and synthesis eFlashcards

(3) Guided Practice Problems

  • Organic Chemsitry I – Introduction
  • Organic Chem I- Module 1-1: Bonding
  • Organic Chem I- Module 1-2: Resonance
  • Organic Chem I- Module 1-3: Cyclic compounds
  • Organic Chem I – Module 2-1 Alkyl halides and alcohols
  • Organic Chem I- Module 2-2: Radicals and stereochemistry
  • Organic Chem I- Module 2-3: More stereochemistry
  • Organic Chem I- Module 2-4: Practice problems for alkyl halides and stereochem
  • Organic Chem I – Module 3-1: – Introduction to alkenes
  • Organic Chem I- Module 3-2: More reactions of alkenes
  • Organic Chem I- Module 3-3: Reaction of alkenes
  • Organic Chem I- Module 3-4: Even more reactions of alkenes
  • Organic Chem I – Module 4-1: The SN1 reaction
  • Organic Chem I- Module 4-2: SN1 and E1 reactions
  • Organic Chem I- Module 4-3: The E1 reaction
  • Organic Chem I- Module 4-4: More E1 reaction
  • Organic Chem I – Module 5-1: The SN2 reaction
  • Organic Chem I- Module 5-2: The SN2 and E2 reactions
  • Organic Chem I- Module 5-3: The E2 reaction
  • Organic Chem I – Module 6-1: Alkynes
  • Organic Chem I- Module 6-2: Allylic double bonds
  • Organic Chem I- Module 6-3: Diels-Alder reaction
  • Organic Chem I – Module 7-1: Benzene and other Arene Rings
  • Organic Chem I- Module 7-2: Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution
  • Organic Chem I- Module 7-3: More about EAS
  • Organic Chemistry I – Review materials
  • Organic Chem II – Module 1-1: Spectroscopy (NMR, IR, MS)
  • Organic Chem II- Module 1-2: Retrosynthesis and EAS
  • Organic Chem II- Module 1-3: More EAS
  • Organic Chem II – Module 1-4: Tricks of EAS and Practice Problems
  • Organic Chem II – Module 2-1: Carbonyl chemistry
  • Organic Chem II- Module 2-2: Carboxylic acid chemistry
  • Organic Chem II- Module 2-3: Epoxides and spectroscopy of carbonyls
  • Organic Chem II – Module 3-1: Organometallics
  • Organic Chem II- Module 3-2: Alcohols and thiols as nucleophiles
  • Organic Chem II- Module 3-3: Amines as nucleophiles
  • Organic Chem II – Module 4-1: Enols and Aldols
  • Organic Chem II- Module 4-2: the alpha carbon of a carbonyl compound
  • Organic Chem II- Module 4-3: More chemistry at the alpha carbon
  • Organic Chem II- Module 5-1: NAS and benzyne
  • Organic Chem II- Module 5-2: Phenols
  • Organic Chem II- Module 5-3: Aryl chemistry
  • Organic Chem II – Module 6-1: Carbohydrate chemistry
  • Organic Chem II- Module 6-2: Fats, steroids and amino acids
  • Organic Chem II- Module 6-3: chemistry of DNA
  • Organic Chem II – Retro and Total Synthesis Part 1
  • Organic Chem II – Retro and Total Synthesis Part 2
  • Organic Chem II – Retro and Total Synthesis Part 3
  • Organic Chem II – Review materials
  • Organic Chemistry I – nomenclature eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – alkenes eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – alkynes eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – E1 E2 SN1 SN2 eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – aromaticity eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – radicals eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – EAS eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – alcohols eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry I – allylics and synthesis probs eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – EAS eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – Redox eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – NMR eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – alcohols eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – amines eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – enolates eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – organometallics eFlashcards
  • Organic Chemistry II – cycloaddition and synthesis eFlashcards

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