Alcohol Nomenclature 
Alcohol Nomenclature
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Course Index

  1. Alcohol Nomenclature
  2. Ether Nomenclature
  3. Epoxide Nomenclature
  4. Thiol and Sulfide Nomenclature
  5. Synthesis of Alcohols
  6. Leaving Group Conversions HX
  7. Leaving Group Conversions SOCl2 and PBr3
  8. Leaving Group Conversions Sulfonate Esters
  9. Leaving Group Conversions Conversion Summary
  10. Ether Synthesis Reaction 1
  11. Cleavage of Ethers
  12. Alcohol Protecting Groups: t- Butyl Ether Protecting Groups
  13. Alcohol Protecting Groups: Silyl Ether Protecting Groups
  14. Epoxide Ring Opening 2
  15. Reactions of Thiols
  16. Oxidation of Sulfides
  17. Oxidation Example 1
  18. Oxidation Jones Reagent Mechanism
  19. Preparation of Organometallics: General Reaction
  20. Preparation of Organometallics Ruining Organometallics
  21. Reactions of Organometallics
  22. Carbonyl Protecting Groups
  23. Synthetic Cheatsheet
  24. Moving Functionality
  25. Alkynide Alkylation
  26. Alkane Halogenation
  27. Purpose of Analytical Techniques
  28. IR Spect General Features
  29. IR Spect Frequencies
  30. IR Spect Drawing: Spectra Hydrocarbons
  31. IR Spect Drawing Spectra: Alcohols and Amines
  32. 1H NMR General Features
  33. 1H NMR Number of Signals: General Assumption
  34. 1H NMR Number of Signals: Example 1
  35. 1H NMR Chemical Shifts
  36. 1H NMR Spin Splitting: Splitting without J values
  37. 1H NMR Spin Splitting: Example 1
  38. Building Molecular Sentences
  39. Definition of Conjugation
  40. Review of Common Resonance Structures
  41. Stability of Conjugated Intermediates
  42. Allylic Halogentation: General Mechanism
  43. Conjugated Hydrohalogenation General Mechanism
  44. Kinetic vs Thermodynamic Control
  45. Diels Alder Reaction General Features
  46. Introduction to Aromaticity
  47. Four Tests of Aromaticity
  48. Counting Pi Electrons
  49. Aromaticity of Hydrocarbons
  50. 6annulene vs 8annulene
  51. Aromaticity of Heterocycles
  52. Inscribed Polygon Method
  53. Benzene Nomenclature
  54. Acidity of Aromatic Hydrocarbons
  55. Basicity of Aromatic Heterocycles: Do all lone pairs react equally
  56. Resonance of Fulvalenes
  57. EAS Introduction Conceptual Review
  58. EAS Reactions
  59. EAS Halogenation
  60. EAS Nitration
  61. Reduction of Nitro Groups
  62. Activity and Directing Effects
  63. EAS Ortho vs Para Positions
  64. Protection of Aniline Derivatives
  65. Limitations of Friedel Crafts Alkyation
  66. Blocking Groups Sulfonic Acid
  67. Mechanism
  68. EAS Proposing Aromatic Synthesis
  69. Diazo Replacement Reactions
  70. Diazo Sequence Groups
  71. Diazo Proposing Aromatic Synthesis
  72. SNAr Mechanism: General Mechanism
  73. Benzyne Pathway: General Mechanism
  74. Donating vs Withdrawing Groups
  75. O,P positions vs Meta Positions
  76. Aldehyde Nomenclature
  77. Ketone Nomenclature
  78. Intro to Redox
  79. Oxidation Reagents
  80. Ozonolysis
  81. Reduction Reagents
  82. Why LiAlH4 doesn't work
  83. LiAl(ot-Bu)3H on Acid Chlorides
  84. Alkyne Hydration
  85. Nucleophilic Addition
  86. Addition of Cyanide
  87. Nitrile Hydrolysis
  88. Organometallics on Ketones
  89. Overview of Nucleophilic Addition of Solvents
  90. Hydrates Mechanism
  91. Hemiacetals General Features
  92. Acetals as Protecting Groups
  93. Thioacetals and Raney Nickel Reduction
  94. Imines and Enamines: General Reactions
  95. Imines and Enamines: Mechanism
  96. Addition of Amine Derivatives
  97. Wolff Kischner Reduction General Reaction
  98. Ketones from Acid Chloride
  99. Ketones from Nitriles General Reaction
  100. Box Out Method and Full Mechanism
  101. Intro to Carboxylic Acid Derivatives
  102. Carboxylic Acids
  103. Ester Nomenclature
  104. Nitrile Nomenclature
  105. Anhydride Nomenclature
  106. Amide Nomenclature
  107. Synthesis of Acid Chlorides
  108. Fischer Esterification (Simplified): General Reaction
  109. Fischer Esterification: General Reaction
  110. Acid Catalyzed Ester Hydrolysis: General Reaction
  111. Base Catalyzed Ester Hydrolysis (Saponification)
  112. Base Catalyzed Transesterification: General Reaction
  113. Lactones and Lactams
  114. Carbonation of Grignard Reagents
  115. Decarboxylation: General Mechanism
  116. Unusual Acidity of the Alpha Carbon
  117. Tautomers of Dicarbonyl Compounds
  118. Formation of Enolates
  119. Acid vs Base Catalyzed
  120. Overview of Alpha Alkylations and Acylations
  121. Enolate Alkylation and Acylation: General Reaction
  122. Enamine Alkylation and Acylation
  123. Beta-Dicarbonyl Synthesis Pathway
  124. Acetoacetic Ester Synthesis: General Reactions
  125. Malonic Ester Synthesis: General Reactions
  126. Condensation Reactions
  127. Aldol Condensation
  128. Directed Condensations
  129. Claisen Schmidt Reaction
  130. Claisen Condensation
  131. Diketones
  132. General Reaction
  133. Robinson Annulation
  134. Naming Primary Amines
  135. Primary Amines as Substituents
  136. Amine Alkylation: General Reaction
  137. The Primary Amines Flowchart
  138. Four Ways to Make a Primary Amine Precursor
  139. Reductive Amination
  140. Curtius Rearragement
  141. Hofmann Rearragement: General Reaction
  142. Cope Elimination General Reaction
  143. Hofmann Elimination General Reaction

Course Description

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