Section 1 : Organic Chemistry 1 Final Exam Review

Lecture 1 Introduction 1 0:51
Lecture 2 Identifying Functional Groups 3:13
Lecture 3 IUPAC Nomenclature of Alkanes 2:27
Lecture 4 Allylic Carbocation Stability 5:22
Lecture 5 Hybridization Review
Lecture 6 Formal Charge 7:2
Lecture 7 Identifying The Best Lewis Structure 4:9
Lecture 8 Identifying a Pair of Resonance Structures 3:2
Lecture 9 Identifying The Lewis Base 5:14
Lecture 10 Identifying The Strongest Acid 12:24
Lecture 11 EZ IUPAC Nomenclature of Alkenes 3:15
Lecture 12 R & S Configuration 7:10
Lecture 13 Which Reaction Will Yield a Pair of Enantiomers 4:14
Lecture 14 Newman Projections 5:23
Lecture 15 Most Stable Chair Conformation Cis & Trans 2:25
Lecture 16 Which Reaction Will Produce a Racemic Mixture of Products 5:59
Lecture 17 Radical Stability 6:15
Lecture 18 Identifying The Most Acidic Hydrogen 1:10
Lecture 19 Identifying The Most Reactive Substrate In an SN2 Reaction 2:55
Lecture 20 Nucleophilic Substitution Reactions 2:40
Lecture 21 Electrophilic Addition Reactions 9:19
Lecture 22 Hydroboration Oxidation, Regiochemistry and Stereochemistry 2:53
Lecture 23 Bromine In H2O Reaction 2:52
Lecture 24 Initiation, Propagation, and Termination 1:37
Lecture 25 Free Radical Reaction Selectivity of Bromine 4:0
Lecture 26 Free Radical Reactions Using NBS 2:10
Lecture 27 Identifying The Acid With The Lowest pKa 1:37
Lecture 28 Fischer Projections 3:39
Lecture 29 Which Reaction Will Produce a Meso Product 5:13
Lecture 30 Oxidation Reactions 1:15
Lecture 31 Alkyne Reduction Reactions 3:9
Lecture 32 Elimination Reactions 11:21
Lecture 33 E1 Dehydration of Alcohols 11:9
Lecture 34 SN1 Substrate Reactivity 1:53
Lecture 35 Carboxylic Acid Reduction 4:2
Lecture 36 E2 Reaction Stereochemistry 3:9
Lecture 37 E2 Reaction Stereochemistry 2nd Example 1:34
Lecture 38 The Effect of Tripling The Volume on the Rate of a Reaction 3:22
Lecture 39 Electrophilic Addition Reactions Using CH3OH and H+ 1:57
Lecture 40 Electrophilic Addition Reactions Using Br2 and CH3OH 2:38
Lecture 41 Converting an Alkene to a Trans Diol 3:46
Lecture 42 Alkene Reactions With HBr, Br2, NBS, & HBr With Peroxides 3:45
Lecture 43 Oxymercuration Demercuration of Alkynes 1:15
Lecture 44 Dehydration of Alcohols 1:11
Lecture 45 Identifying The Strongest Nucleophile In a Protic Solvent 2:36
Lecture 46 Identifying The Strongest Nucleophile In a Polar Aprotic Solvent 1:14
Lecture 47 Alkyne Synthesis Reactions 3:54
Lecture 48 Carbocation Rearrangements 1:37
Lecture 49 E1 Alcohol Dehydration Reaction Mechanism 2:43
Lecture 50 Polar Protic Solvents vs Polar Aprotic Solvents 1:54
Lecture 51 Leaving Group Trend 1:29
Lecture 52 Hydroboration Oxidation With Deuterium 1:25
Lecture 53 IUPAC Nomenclature of Alcohols 1:33
Lecture 54 Major Resonance Contributor 1:17
Lecture 55 Cis Trans Isomerism 3:17
Lecture 56 Enantiomers, Diastereomers, & Meso Compounds 6:2
Lecture 57 E2 Reaction Problem 2:26
Lecture 58 Alcohol Reactions HBr, PBr3, & TsCl 9:24
Lecture 59 Carbocation Stability & Resonance 3:41
Lecture 60 Carbanion Stability and Resonance 2:39
Lecture 61 Alkyl Chlorides From Alcohols 2:16
Lecture 62 Hydroboration Oxidation and Oxymercuration Demercuration Reaction of Alkynes 3:27
Lecture 63 Alkene + CH3OH Reaction 1:20
Lecture 64 Alkene + CHBr3 KOH With Stereochemistry 2:33
Lecture 65 Alkene + Br2 + H2O Regiochemistry & Stereochemistry
Lecture 66 Enantiomers, Diastereomers, Meso or Identical Molecules 0:58
Lecture 67 Total Number of Stereoisomers Using Chiral Centers 2:3
Lecture 68 Total Number of Stereoisomers Using Alkenes 3:18
Lecture 69 SN2 Reaction of Chair Conformations 1:20
Lecture 70 Identifying All Monochlorinated Products 2:44
Lecture 71 HIO4 Periodic Acid Oxidation 1:37
Lecture 72 HIO4 Reaction Example 1:35
Lecture 73 Ozonolysis of Alkenes 1:52
Lecture 74 KMnO4 Oxidation of Alkenes 1:24
Lecture 75 Ozonolysis of Alkynes 1:27
Lecture 76 Identifying The Alkene Using Reverse Ozonolysis
Lecture 77 Alcohol Oxidation Reactions 3:50
Lecture 78 E2 Reaction of Alkyl Fluorides 2:31
Lecture 79 IUPAC Nomenclature of Bicyclic Compounds 3:0
Lecture 80 Chair, Boat, Twist Boat, and Half Chair Conformation Stability 1:5
Lecture 81 Reduction Reactions 3:48
Lecture 82 Alkyne Synthesis Reactions 6:46
Lecture 83 Reactions of Alcohols Synthesis of Ethers _ Epoxides 9:48
Lecture 84 Formation of Cyclic Ethers From Diols 2:10
Lecture 85 Pinacol Rearrangement 2:15
Lecture 86 Enantiomers, Diastereomers, Meso Compounds Chair Conformation 11:13
Lecture 87 IUPAC Nomenclature of Cycloalkenes 1:14
Lecture 88 Fischer and Newman Projections 11:36
Lecture 89 Which Molecule Has The Highest Boiling Point 1:31
Lecture 90 SN1 Reaction Rate _ Solvent Polarity
Lecture 91 Epoxide Ring Opening Basic Conditions 3:21
Lecture 92 Epoxide Ring Opening Reactions Acidic Conditions 4:27
Lecture 93 Acid Catalyzed Cleavage of Ethers 14:3
Lecture 94 Stereochemistry of E2 Reaction 3:42
Lecture 95 E2 Stereochemistry With Sawhorse Projection 3:27
Lecture 96 E2 Stereochemistry With Chair Conformation
Lecture 97 Which Molecule Has The Highest Dipole Moment 4:29
Lecture 98 Radical Disproportionation Reaction 8:4
Lecture 99 Reduction Reactions 8:44
Lecture 100 Identifying The Most Stable Compound Given The Heat of Combustion 2:43
Lecture 101 Identifying The Unknown Compound 4:48