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1. Hybridization and Structural Analysis

2. Resonance

3. Resonance: Application

4. Acid-Base: Application II

5. Stereochemistry

6. IUPAC Nomenclature & Stereochemistry

7. Polar Reactions

8. The Reaction Coordinate Diagram

9. Alkene Reactions: Intro

10. Reactions of Alkenes with HX

11. Alkene Reactions: Carbocations

12. Dienes and Delocalization

13. Conjugated Dienes: MO's, 1,2/1,4 Additions, and K vs. T

14. Conjugated Dienes: Diels Alder

15. Alkyne Reactions: Intro

16. SN2

17. Competition between SN1 and SN2

18. 1H NMR: Chemical Shift

19. 1H NMR: Topicity & Equivalence

20. 1H NMR: Chemical Equivalence

21. 1H NMR: Integration

22. 1H NMR: Splitting

23. 1H NMR: Solving Spectra: Techniques

24. 1H NMR: Structural Elucidation I

25. 1H NMR: Structural Elucidation II

26. 1H NMR: Structural Elucidation III

27. 1H NMR: Structural Elucidation IV

28. Alkyne Reactions: Intro

29. Dienes and Delocalization

30. Conjugated Dienes: MO's, 1,2/1,4 Additions, and K vs. T

31. Diels Alder

32. Trends in Carbonyl Reactivity

33. Carbonyl Reactivity: Reduction with Hydrides

34. Acetal Formation & Fischer Esterification

35. Condensation Reactions of Aldehydes & Ketones

36. Intramolecular Wittig Olefination

37. Synthesis via Carbonyls

38. Enolate Named Reactions: Aldol, Claisen, Michael, and Robinson

39. Acid-Base: Electrolytic Compounds

40. Acid-Base: Leveling Effect

41. Acid-Base: Mass Balance

42. Acid-Base: Charge Balance

43. Acid-Base: Systematic Treatment of Equilibria

44. Amino Acids: Structure, Titrations, Buffers, and Ion-Exchange Chromatography

45. Amino Acids: pI and Chirality

46. Amino Acids: Structures and Characteristics

47. Amino Acids: Polyprotic Acids and Equilibria

48. Amino Acids: Structure, Titrations, Buffers, and Ion-Exchange Chromatography

49. Primary Structure and the Peptide Bond

50. Sample #1

51. Sample #2

52. Sample #3

53. Sample #4

54. Sample #5

55. Sample #6

56. Sample #1

57. Sample #2

58. Sample #3

59. Sample #4

60. Sample #5

61. Sample #6

62. Sample #1

63. Sample #2

64. Sample #3

65. Sample #4

66. Sample #5

67. Sample #6

68. Sample #1

69. Sample #2

70. Sample #3

71. Sample #4

72. Sample #5

73. Sample #6

74. Sample #1

75. Sample #2

76. Sample #3

77. Sample #4

78. Sample #5

79. Sample #6

80. Enzyme Kinetics

81. Modes of Enzymatic Inhibition

82. SN1 vs. SN2 vs. E1 vs. E2

83. Reaction Mechanisms

84. Elimination

85. Nucleophiles, Leaving Groups, and Solvents

86. Electrochemistry: Vocabulary of Redox

87. Electrochemistry: Oxidation States

88. SN1 vs. SN2 vs. E1 vs. E2

89. Reaction Mechanisms

90. Elimination

91. Nucleophiles, Leaving Groups, and Solvents

92. Amine Synthesis via SN2

93. Activation & Substitution of Alcohols

94. Acid-Catalyzed Hydration & Dehydration

95. Alcohol Substitution & Synthesis

96. Synthesis via Alkenes, Alkynes, Alcohols, and Ethers

97. Structure & Stability of Radicals

98. Aldol Reactions: Crossed, Intramolecular, and Retro

99. Enolates 5: Claisen Condensations

100. Claisen and Dieckmann Condensations II

101. Michael Addition & Robinson Annulation

102. Enolate Retrosynthesis

103. Basicity of Nitrogen-Containing Compounds

104. Amine Synthesis via SN2

105. Metabolic Themes I: Reversible vs Irreversible Reactions

106. Metabolic Themes II: Anabolism vs. Catabolism

107. Metabolic Themes III: Oxidative Decarboxylation

108. Metabolic Themes IV: Thioester Intermediates

109. Metabolic Themes V: Succinate Dehydrogenase

110. Metabolic Themes VI: Oxidative Phosphorylation

111. IMF's Intro

112. IMF's Intro KEY

113. Equilibrium & Free Energy

114. Equilibrium & Free Energy KEY

115. Predict pH of Electrolytic Solutions

116. Predict pH of Electrolytic Solutions KEY

117. Ideal Gases Problem Solving I

118. Ideal Gases Problem Solving I KEY

119. Thermodynamics of Solvation

120. Thermodynamics of Solvation KEY

121. Phase Diagram Concepts

122. Phase Diagram Concepts KEY

123. Mechanisms & The Reaction Coordinate I

124. Mechanisms & The Reaction Coordinate I KEY

125. Voltaic Cells Concepts I

126. Voltaic Cells Concepts I KEY

127. RNA Structure & Metabolism

128. Transcription

129. Translation

130. Lipids Intro

131. Lipids Overview

132. Unit Conversions & Nomenclature

133. Precipitation Reactions & Stoichiometry

134. Combustion, Stoichiometry, and Molecular/Empirical Formulae

135. Thermochemistry: Combustion & Calorimetry

136. Thermochemistry: Enthalpy of Dissolution

137. Thermochemistry: Enthalpy of Formation & Decomposition

138. Quantum Numbers, Electronic Configurations, and Periodic Trends

139. Covalent Bonding: Lewis Structures, Resonance Contributors, Formal Charge, and Bond Order

140. Hybridization and Structural Analysis

141. Lewis Structures, Bonding, Hybridization, Resonance, and Geometry

142. Structure, Bond Order, Formal Charge, Oxidation State & Resonance

143. Thermochemistry: Bond Dissociation Energies & Enthalpy of Reaction

144. Spectroscopy: EM Radiation

145. Spectroscopy: Energy, Wavelength, and Frequency Calculations

146. Acid-Base: Electrolytic Compounds

147. Acid-Base: Leveling Effect

148. Acid-Base: Mass Balance

149. Acid-Base: Charge Balance

150. Acid-Base: Systematic Treatment of Equilibria

151. Acid-Base: Weak Monoprotic Equilibria

152. Acid-Base Monoprotic Titration I: Titration Curve

153. Acid-Base Monoprotic Titration I: Initial pH

154. Acid-Base Monoprotic Titration I: Buffer Region

155. Acid-Base Monoprotic Titration I: Equivalence Point

156. Acid-Base Monoprotic Titration I: Beyond Equivalence Point

157. Acid-Base: Fraction of Association & Dissociation (Monoprotic)

158. Acid-Base: Determining Keq & Autoprotolysis

159. Acid-Base: Determining Keq (Monoprotic)

160. Electrochemistry: Vocabulary of Redox

161. Electrochemistry: Oxidation States

162. Electrochemistry: Balancing Aqueous Redox Reactions

163. Electrochemistry: Voltaic Cell

164. Electrochemistry: Standard Reduction Potentials

165. Electrochemistry: Mathematical Concepts

166. Electrochemistry: Electrochemistry Problem Solving

167. Electrochemistry: Equilibrium, Free Energy, and Potential

168. Electrochemistry: Nernst Equation Calculations I

169. Electrochemistry: Nernst Equation Calculations II

170. Electrochemistry: Relating Ksp and Potential

171. Electrochemistry: Standard Hydrogen Electrode



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