Organic Chemistry: Master Alcohol Synthesis and Mechanisms
- 3 hours on-demand video
- 4 downloadable resources
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- Certificate of Completion
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- Be able to name alcohols using IUPAC standards.
- Be able to explain alcohols properties, including acidity.
- Be able to explain and master how alcohols can be synthetically created and utilized.
- Be able to show proper mechanism arrow flow for most alcohol reactions.
- Be able to understand general theory and concepts underlying alcohol functional groups in organic chemistry.
- You should have a background in general chemistry. You should have taken/or be taking Organic Chemistry I at an undergraduate level.
In this course you will be taught how to master all the content typically presented to undergraduates in organic chemistry when learning about alcohol functional groups and their reactions. In this course you can expect to learn the needed skills for:
IUPAC Naming of Alcohols
Understanding Alcohol and Phenol Acidity
Reactions to create alcohols including hydration reactions, diol formation, reductions, and Grignard reactions.
Reactions of alcohols including dehydration, alkyl halide formation, and oxidation.
Protection of Alcohol Functional Groups, and when to perform a protection.
This class will also include detailed PDF note sheets for major topics so you can have notes directly created by me, your instructor. By the end of this course you should be able to confidently tackle any undergraduate chapter on alcohols!
- Any undergraduate organic chemistry student looking to properly understand alcohol reactions.