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The intermdiate organic chemistry course focuses on advanced principles of organic chemistry 2 synthesis and mechanisms.
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Created by P. Iulia
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What Will I Learn?
  • At the end of this course, students will be able to synthesize the most important compounds for each chapter: halogenated compounds, alcohols, phenols, esters, organic sulfur compounds, amines, carbonyl compounds (aldehydes and ketones) and carboxylic acids.They will know how to solve the most important and essential chemical reactions between our organic chemistry (2) compounds, after that they will test their knowlege within the quiz.
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  • Students need to know organic chemistry I basics

*** Each VIDEO LECTURE contains solved exercises and mechanisms ***


***More than 300 flashcards***

Organic Chemistry II is builded on the foundations of Organic Chemistry I and you must understand its concepts in order to advance.

I will offer Skype support to every student who asks for it.

If you have a problem, if you're trying to solve some reaction mechanisms and you are stuck, you will get FREE ASSISTANCE ANYTIME YOU NEED.

Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any concerns!

In this course we'll be studying the Organic Chemistry II fundamentals, which include halogenated compounds, alcohols, phenols, ethers, esters, organic sulfur compounds, amines, carbonyl compounds (aldehydes and ketones) and carboxylic acids.

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  • If you are having trouble with your chemistry reactions or you need a little help in solving some mechanisms, then you came to the right place ! Free assistance is included in our Promotional package ! This course is for undergraduate students who need to improve their chemistry knowledge for passing their exams, but it can also be useful to chemists with Bachelors,or Masterates degrees in chemistry, for helping them to remember or revise complex mechanisms and rules for organic compounds synthesis and reactions.
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25 Lectures
Organic Chemistry 2 -compounds
21 Lectures 01:40:08

Introduction Lecture, organic synthesis reactions, reaction mechanism.

Preview 02:36

Halogenated compounds: definition,classification nomenclature, and all synthesis methods.

Vynil Halide, Allyl halide, Aryl halide, substitution, addition, radicalic substitution, electrophilic aromatic substitution, nucleophilic substitution, electrophilic addition, radical addition, synthesis from aromatic diazonium salts, from alcohols with special reagents and lot more.

organic synthesis reactions, reaction mechanism.

Chapter I. Halogenated compounds

Chemical properties, physical properties, nucleophilic character, normal reactivity, nucleophilic substitution reaction, electronegative character, unshared electron pairs, aromatic halides, benzyl carbocation stabilization, resonance hybrid, aliphatic halogen substitution, negatively charged nucleophiles, neutral nucleophiles, nucleophile,synthesis methods from: oxigen compounds, carbon compounds, nitrogen compounds, sulphur compounds, bimolecular nucleophilic substitution, SN2, unimolecular nucleophilic substitution SN1, strong nucleophilic reagents: inorganic bases, alkoxides, weak nucleophiles: water, alcohols, etc, proton afinity, the elimination mechanism, substitution by elimination and addition, the Dow process, 1chlorobenzene, sodium amide, substitution by addition and elimination, Meisenheimer complex, organic synthesis reactions, reaction mechanism.

Halogenated Compounds -part2 (chemical properties)

organic synthesis reactions, reaction mechanism, hydroxy derivatives, alcohols, natural hydroxy derivatives, vitamin a, retinol, vitamin D2, ergocalciferol, vitamin C, L-ascorbic acid, ascorbate, cholesterol, 3-octanol, trans hexenol, cis hexenol, 1 octen 3 ol, 2 trans 6 cis nonadien 1 ol, benzilic alcohol, 1 phenylethanol, 2 phenylethanol, cinnamic acid, terpene alcohols, geraniol, linalool, menthol, borneol, primary alcohols, secondary alcohols, tertiary alcohols, enols, phenols, monohydric alcohols, dihydric alcohols, trihydric alcohols, polihydric alcohols, 2 hydroxy propane, 2 propanol, isopropanol, 3 methyl 2 butanol, 3 methyl 2 hydroxy butane, 7 7 dibromo oct 5 in 4 ol, ethylene glycol, glycerol, cyclohexanol, alcohols acidity, steric hindrance, hydroboration of alkenes, reductive methods, Favorsky reaction, organomagnesium dervatives, ethanol, oxo synthesis, glycerol synthesis, glycerin synthesis, ehylene glycol synthesis,

Chapter 2-Hydroxy Derivatives- Alcohols

organic synthesis reactions, reaction mechanism, hydroxy derivatives, physical properties, chemical properties, copper oxidation, alcohols dehydration, 2 methyl butanol, Zaitzev elimination rule, hydracids reaction, 1,4 dioxane, nitroglycerin, acid methyl sulfate,

Alcohols- part 2

organic synthesis reactions, reaction mechanism, phenols, natural hydroxylic compounds, vitamin E, alpha tocopherol, eugenol, thymol, vanillin, methyl salicylate, 2 hydroxymethyl benzoate, rasberry ketone, quercetin, benzyl salicylate, luteolin, phenols nomenclature, 1 hydroxy naphtalene,2 hydroxy naphtalene, ortho cresol, meta cresol, para cresol, 3,4 xylenol, 2,4 xylenol, pyrocathecol, 1,2 dihydroxybenzene, 1,4 dihydroxybenzene, hydroquinone, 1,3 dihydroxybenzene,resorcinol, pyrogallol, 1,2,3,trihydroxybenzene, floroglucine, 1,3,5 trihydroxybenzene, from sulfonic acids, Meisenheimer complex, aromatic nucleophilic substitution by addition and elimination, cumene process, Dow procedure, 2,4 dichlorophenol, from aromatic diazonium salts, polyphenols synthesis.

Chapter 3- Phenols

phenols chemical properties,chemical properties.

Phenols. Part2

organic synthesis reactions, reaction mechanism, synthesis methods, natural ethers, methyl eugenol, anethole, eucalyptol, piperine, piperonal, guaiacol, capsaicin, classification, nomenclature, Williamson method.

Chapter 4. Ethers

reaction mechanism, physical properties of ethers, chemical properties, acidolysis, Lewis acids, toxicity.

Ethers part2

organic synthesis reactions, reaction mechanism, definition, organic sulfur compounds, sulfur natural compounds, methanethiol ,ethanetiol, 2 propanethiol, propentiol, importance, synthesis methods, nucleophilic substitution reaction, thiophenols synthesis, sulfoxides, sulfone, sulfonic acids, aliphatic sulfonic acids, naphtalene.

Chapter 5. Organic Sulphur Compounds

reaction mechanism, chemical and physical properties, sulfonic acids, alkaline melting, nucleophilic aromatic substitution, nucleophilic aromatic substitution through elimination addition, Meisenheimer complex, sulphoclorides, sulfonamides

Organic Sulphur Compounds part 2

organic synthesis reactions, reaction mechanism, amines synthesis, natural nitrogen compounds, vitamin B, thiamin, vitamin B8, vitamin B12, vitamin B12 sources, adrenaline, epinephrine, lecitine, melatonin, cephalin, phosphatidylethanolamine, alkaloids, nicotine, codeine, morphine, quinine, cadaverine, histamine, classification, nomenclature, secondary amines, tertiary amines, primary amines, aliphatic amines, aromatic amines, Hofmann alkylation, Gabriel method,

Chapter 6. Amines

reaction mechanism, physical properties, hemical properties, Hofmann elimination reaction, arylation reaction , coupling reactions, aromatic electrophilic substitution, sulfonation,

Amines part 2

organic synthesis reactions, reaction mechanism, aldehydes, ketones, definition, natural carbonyl compounds, citral, benzaldehyde, cinnamic aldehyde, p metoxi acetophenone, 4 methoxybenzaldehyde, vanillin, camphor, rasberry ketone, salicylaldehyde, heliotropine, citronellal, menthone, piperitone, carvone, carbonyl compounds classification, carbonyl compounds nomenclature, cyclohexanone, oxidative methods, hydrolytic methods, Friedel-Crafts, aromatic electrophilic substitution mechanism.

Chapter 7. Carbonyl Compounds part 1

reaction mechanism, aldehydes and ketones physical properties, chemical properties, acidity, Knoevenagel reaction, Cannizzaro reaction, benzoine condensation, Perkin condensation.

Carbonyl Compounds part 2

organic synthesis reactions, reaction mechanism, carboxylic acids definition, carboxylic acids classification, carboxylic acids nomenclature, carboxyl natural compounds, phenylacetic acid, citric acid, methyl cinnamate, lactic acid, malic acid, salicilic acid, ethanoic acid, benzoic acid, propenoic acid, oxalic acid, malonic acid, maleic acid, fumaric acid.

Preview 04:31

reaction mechanism, carboxylic acids physical properties, carboxylic acids chemical properties, carboxylic acids acidity, sodium monoglutamate.

Carboxylic Acids part 2

Organic Nitrogen Compounds part 2

11 pages

8 pages
Bonus Exercises- each chapter from section 1contains solved exercises-flashcards
4 Lectures 00:00
Chapter 1. Halogenated Compounds
2 pages

Chapter 2. Alcohols
3 pages

Alcohols Quiz
2 questions

Chapter 3.Phenols
7 pages

Chapter 4. Ethers
5 pages

Ethers Quiz
4 questions
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