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Organic Chemistry II Videos

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Instructor: David Tompkins


Recorded lectures and videos for all subjects within the Organic II Curriculum by David Tompkins.

Videos Included:

1. Resonance

2. Acid-Base: An Organic Perspective

3. Acid-Base: Application

4. 1H NMR: Chemical Shift

5. 1H NMR: Topicity & Equivalence

6. 1H NMR: Chemical Equivalence

7. 1H NMR: Integration

8. 1H NMR: Splitting

9. 1H NMR: Solving Spectra: Techniques

10. 1H NMR: Structural Elucidation I

11. 1H NMR: Structural Elucidation II

12. 1H NMR: Structural Elucidation III

13. 1H NMR: Structural Elucidation IV

14. Alkyne Reactions: Intro

15. Alkynes: Addition of HX

16. Alkynes: Bridge Intermediates

17. Alkynes: Mercury-Catalyzed Hydration

18. Alkynes: Hydroboration-Oxidation

19. Alkynes: Reduction

20. Alkynes: Acetylide Ions

21. Alkynes: Synthesis

22. Dienes and Delocalization

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

24. Diels-Alder

25. Aromaticity

26. Aromatic Compounds

27. Frost Diagrams

28. Aromaticity: Concepts

29. EAS: Intro

30. EAS: Halogenation

31. EAS: Friedel-Crafts Alkylation

32. EAS: Friedel-Crafts Acylation

33. EAS: Nitration and Sulfonation

34. EAS: Directing Groups & EDG's

35. EAS: EWG's as Deactivators

36. EAS: Activators and Deactivators

37. EAS: Regioselectivity

38. NBS: Allylic & Benzylic Bromination & Synthesis

39. Alkyl, Allyl, Vinyl, Aryl, and Benzyl Reactivities

40. Allylic & Benzylic Reactivity towards SN1

41. Allylic, Benzylic, and Phenolic Acidity

42. Allylic & Benzylic Carbanions

43. Allylic & Benzylic Reactivity towards SN2

44. Aryl & Vinyl Halides: Inert Towards SN1/SN2

45. Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution: Addition-Elimination

46. Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution: Elimination-Addition via Benzyne

47. Substitution Mechanisms: Aryl, Vinyl, Alkyl, Allylic & Benzylic Halides

48. Alcohol Oxidation

49. Organometallics I

50. Organometallics II

51. Intro to Carbonyls

52. Aldehydes & Ketones: Reactivity

53. Aldehydes & Ketones: Irreversible Additions

54. Aldehydes & Ketones: Reduction

55. Aldehydes & Ketones: Cyanohydrin Formation & Reversal

56. Aldehydes & Ketones: Hydration

57. Carbonyl Reactivity

58. Aldehydes & Ketones: Addition of Oxygen Nucleophiles

59. Aldehydes & Ketones: Acetals & Ketals

60. Aldehydes & Ketones: Protecting Groups

61. Aldehydes & Ketones: Synthesis

62. Aldehydes & Ketones: Imines & Enamines

63. Condensation Reactions of Aldehydes & Ketones

64. Aldehydes & Ketones: Wittig Reaction

65. Intramolecular Wittig Olefination

66. Alpha-Beta Unsaturated Ketones: 1,2 (Direct) vs. 1,4 (Conjugate) Addition

67. Carboxylic Acid Derivatives 1: Intro to Nucleophilic Acyl Substitution

68. Carboxylic Acid Derivatives 2: Relative Reactivity

69. Trends in Carbonyl Reactivity, α-H acidity, and Carbonyl O Basicity

70. Trends in Carbonyl Reactivity

71. Carboxylic Acid Derivatives 3: Acidity and Hydrolysis

72. Acetal Formation & Fischer Esterification

73. Carboxylic Acid Derivatives 4: Synthesis and Stoichiometry

74. Carboxylic Acid Derivatives 5: Irreversible Additions and Reductions

75. Acid Chlorides & Organocuprates (Gilman Reagents)

76. Carbonyl Reactivity: Reduction with Hydrides

77. Synthesis via Carbonyls

78. Enolates 1: Intro, Tautomerization, and Halogenation

79. Enolates 2: Alkylation

80. Enolates 3: Named Reactions

81. Enolates 4: Aldol Reactions

82. Aldol Reactions: Crossed, Intramolecular, and Retro

83. Enolates 5: Claisen Condensations

84. Claisen and Dieckmann Condensations I

85. Claisen and Dieckmann Condensations II

86. Enolates 6: Michael Addition and Robinson Annulation

87. Michael, Robinson, and Retrosynthesis

88. Enolate Retrosynthesis

89. Decarboxylation and Synthesis

90. Alpha-Carbon Nucleophiles

91. Basicity of Nitrogen-Containing Compounds

92. Amine Basicity

93. Amine Synthesis via SN2

94. Reductive Amination

95. Reduction of Amides & Nitriles

96. Hoffman Elimination

97. Curtius Rearrangement

98. Amine Synthesis

99. Amino Acids: pI and Chirality

100. Amino Acid Synthesis

101. Carbohydrates: Acyclic Stereochemistry

102. Carbohydrates: Epimerization

103. Carbohydrates: Tautomerization

104. Carbohydrates: D-Glucose

105. Carbohydrates: Cyclization

106. Carbohydrates: Cyclic D vs. L

107. Carbohydrates: The Anomeric Carbon

108. Carbohydrates: Mutarotation

109. Carbohydrates: Glycosides

110. Carbohydrates: Anomeric Carbon Reactivity

111. Carbohydrates: Reducing Sugars

112. Carbohydrates: Glycosidic Linkages

113. Carbohydrates: Review

114. Themes 1: Carbonyl Stability

115. Themes 2: Resonance Predicts Reactivity

116. Themes 3: Acid-Base: Kinetics vs. Thermodynamics



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