Section 1 : ABOUT THE COURSE

Lecture 1 Introduction 1:48

Section 2 : DRAWING ORGANIC MOLECULES

Lecture 2 How to read bond-line drawings 17:42
Lecture 3 How to draw bond-line drawings 17:47
Lecture 4 Identifying formal charges 21:42
Lecture 5 Finding lone pairs that are not drawn 23:22

Section 3 : RESONANCE

Lecture 6 What is resonance 4:34
Lecture 7 Drawing resonance structures (part 1) 39:46
Lecture 8 Formal charges in resonance structures 19:7
Lecture 9 Drawing resonance structures (part 2) 24:41
Lecture 10 Recognizing patterns 29:43
Lecture 11 The relative importance of resonance structures 19:15

Section 4 : ACID-BASE REACTIONS

Lecture 12 Introduction to acid-base reactions 2:48
Lecture 13 Charged atoms
Lecture 14 Resonance 11:13
Lecture 15 Induction 8:45
Lecture 16 Orbitals 2:51
Lecture 17 Charged atoms - resonance - induction - orbitals 7:10
Lecture 18 Showing an acid-base mechanism 14:6
Lecture 19 Acid-base equilibrium position 6:15

Section 5 : GEOMETRY

Lecture 20 Orbitals 15:12
Lecture 21 Geometry of orbitals 15:5
Lecture 22 Impact of resonance on geometry 1:29

Section 6 : NOMENCLATURE

Lecture 23 Introduction to nomenclature 3:4
Lecture 24 Functional group 6:30
Lecture 25 Unsaturation 4:20
Lecture 26 Parent 8:51
Lecture 27 Substituents 9:56
Lecture 28 “cis” - “trans” stereoisomerism
Lecture 29 “E” - “Z” stereoisomerism 4:3
Lecture 30 Localizing substituents on parent chain 11:38
Lecture 31 From structure to name 19:38

Section 7 : CONFORMATIONS

Lecture 32 Introduction to conformations 1:39
Lecture 33 Newman projection 10:16
Lecture 34 Relative stability of Newman projections 7:56
Lecture 35 Drawing chair conformations 1:54
Lecture 36 Drawing substituents in chair conformations 11:26
Lecture 37 Ring flipping 10:17
Lecture 38 Comparing stability of chair conformations 9:35

Section 8 : CONFIGURATIONS

Lecture 39 Introduction to configurations 1:23
Lecture 40 Locating stereocenters 4:21
Lecture 41 Determining the configuration of a stereocenter 17:45
Lecture 42 Nomenclature
Lecture 43 Enantiomers 8:9
Lecture 44 Diastereomers
Lecture 45 Meso compounds 3:36
Lecture 46 Fischer projections 10:33

Section 9 : MECHANISMS

Lecture 47 Introduction to mechanisms 1:58
Lecture 48 Nucleophiles and electrophiles 8:35
Lecture 49 Arrows used for mechanisms 13:37
Lecture 50 Carbocation 15:11

Section 10 : SUBSTITUTION REACTIONS

Lecture 51 SN1 SN2 mechanisms 9:35
Lecture 52 Factor #1 the electrophile 5:56
Lecture 53 Factor #2 the nucleophile 3:30
Lecture 54 Factor #3 the leaving group 4:40
Lecture 55 Factor #4 the solvent 4:50
Lecture 56 Combining all 4 factors 9:25

Section 11 : ELIMINATION REACTIONS

Lecture 57 Introduction to elimination reactions 1:46
Lecture 58 E2 mechanism 20:9
Lecture 59 E1 mechanism 7:41

Section 12 : SUBSTITUTION vs ELIMINATION

Lecture 60 Introduction to substitution vs elimination 3:0
Lecture 61 Determining the function of the reagent 4:11
Lecture 62 Identifying the mechanism(s) 11:10
Lecture 63 Predicting regiochemical and stereochemical outcomes 16:18

Section 13 : ADDITION REACTIONS

Lecture 64 Introduction to addition reactions 1:0
Lecture 65 Regiochemistry 5:25
Lecture 66 Stereochemistry
Lecture 67 Hydrogenation adding H-H 6:38
Lecture 68 Hydrohalogenation adding hydrogen halide, H-X 9:23
Lecture 69 Hydrobromination adding H-Br 9:23
Lecture 70 Hydration adding H-OH 12:10
Lecture 71 Adding Br and Br 4:43
Lecture 72 Halohydrin formation adding Br and OH 8:23
Lecture 73 anti dihydroxylation adding OH and OH 6:46
Lecture 74 syn dihydroxylation adding OH and OH 3:57
Lecture 75 Ozonolysis 3:19
Lecture 76 Reactions summary 1:1

Section 14 : SYNTHESIS TECHNIQUES

Lecture 77 One-step synthesis 2:35
Lecture 78 Combining reactions changing the position of a leaving group 2:46
Lecture 79 Combining reactions changing the position of a double bond 1:56
Lecture 80 Combining reactions introducing functionality 3:24

Section 15 : WRAPPING UP AND BONUS

Lecture 81 Thank you for enrolling and announcement for part 2 0:55