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Organic Chemistry is yet another “Teacher’s Choice” course from Teachers Training for a complete understanding of the fundamental topics. You are also entitled to exclusive tutor support and a professional CPD-accredited certificate in addition to the special discounted price for a limited time. Just like all our courses, this Organic Chemistry and its curriculum have also been designed by expert teachers so that teachers of tomorrow can learn from the best and equip themselves with all the necessary skills.

Consisting of several modules, the course teaches you everything you need to succeed in this profession.

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Course Curriculum

Unit 01: About the Course
Introduction 00:02:00
Unit 02: Drawing Organic Molecules
How to read bond-line drawings 00:18:00
How to draw bond-line drawings 00:18:00
Identifying formal charges 00:22:00
Finding lone pairs that are not drawn 00:23:00
Unit 03: Resonance
What is resonance? 00:05:00
Drawing resonance structures (part 1) 00:40:00
Formal charges in resonance structures 00:19:00
Drawing resonance structures (part 2) 00:25:00
Recognizing patterns 00:30:00
The relative importance of resonance structures 00:19:00
Unit 04: Acid-Base Reactions
Introduction to acid – base 00:03:00
Charged atoms 00:08:00
Resonance 00:11:00
Induction 00:09:00
Orbitals 00:03:00
Charged atoms – Resonance – Induction – Orbitals 00:07:00
Showing an acid-base mechanism 00:14:00
Acid-Base equilibrium position 00:06:00
Unit 05: Geometry
Orbitals 00:15:00
Goemetry of orbitals 00:15:00
Impact of resonance on geometry 00:01:00
Unit 06: Nomenclature
Introduction to nomenclature 00:03:00
Functional group 00:07:00
Unsaturation 00:04:00
Parent 00:09:00
Substituents 00:10:00
“cis” – “trans” stereoisomerism 00:04:00
“E” – “Z” stereoisomerism 00:04:00
Localizing substituents in parent chain 00:12:00
From structure to name 00:20:00
Unit 07: Conformations
Introduction to conformations 00:02:00
Newman projection 00:10:00
Relative stability of Newman projections 00:08:00
Drawing chair conformations 00:02:00
Drawing substituents in chair conformations 00:12:00
Ring flipping 00:10:00
Comparing stability of chair conformations 00:10:00
Unit 08: Configurations
Introduction to configurations 00:01:00
Locating stereocenters 00:04:00
Determining the configuration of a stereocenter 00:18:00
Nomenclature 00:12:00
Enantiomers 00:08:00
Diastereomers 00:05:00
Meso compounds 00:04:00
Fischer projections 00:11:00
Unit 09: Mechanisms
Introduction to mechanisms 00:02:00
Nucleophiles and electrophiles 00:09:00
Arrows used for mechanisms 00:14:00
Carbocation 00:15:00
Unit 10: Substitution Reactions
SN1 SN2 mechanisms 00:10:00
Factor #1: the electrophile 00:06:00
Factor #2: the nucleophile 00:04:00
Factor #3: the leaving group 00:05:00
Factor #4: the solvent 00:05:00
Combining all 4 factors 00:10:00
Unit 11: Elimination Reactions
Introduction to elimination reactions 00:02:00
E1 mechanism 00:08:00
E2 mechanism 00:20:00
Unit 12: Substitution vs Elimination
Introduction to substitution vs elimination 00:03:00
Determining the function of the reagent 00:04:00
Identifying the mechanism(s) 00:11:00
Predicting regiochemical and stereochemical outcomes 00:16:00
Unit 13: Addition Reactions
Introduction to addition reactions 00:01:00
Regiochemistry 00:05:00
Stereochemistry 00:18:00
Hydrogenation: adding H-H 00:07:00
Hydrohalogenation: adding hydrogen halide, H-X 00:09:00
Hydrobromination : adding H-Br 00:09:00
Hydration: adding H-OH 00:12:00
Adding Br and Br 00:05:00
Halohydrin formation: adding Br and OH 00:08:00
“Anti” dihydroxylation: adding OH and OH 00:07:00
“syn” dihydroxylation : adding OH and OH 00:04:00
Ozonolysis 00:03:00
Reactions summary 00:01:00
Unit 14: Synthesis Techniques
One-step synthesis 00:03:00
Combining reactions: changing the position of a leaving group 00:03:00
Combining reactions: changing the position of a double bond 00:02:00
Combining reactions: introducing functionality 00:03:00
Unit 15: Wrapping Up and Bonus
Thank you for enrolling and announcing part 2 00:01:00


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