Organic Chemistry (Fall 2009)--James Nowick / UC Irvine

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UCI Chem 51A Organic Chemistry (Fall 2009)
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Description: Fundamental concepts relating to carbon compounds with emphasis on structural theory and the nature of chemical bonding, stereochemistry, reaction mechanisms, and spectroscopic, physical, and chemical properties of the principal classes of carbon compounds.
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Lecture 01. Syllabus and Introduction. 51:13
Lecture 02. Bond Polarity, Formal Charge, Lewis Structures 50:37
Lecture 03. Resonance Structures, Skeletal Structures, Bond Length. 50:38
Lecture 04. Orbital Models of Structure and Bonding. 50:52
Lecture 05. Molecular Geometry, Acids and Bases. 49:46
Lecture 06. Acid Strength and Equilibria. 50:02
Lecture 07. Lewis Acids, Lewis Bases, and Organic Reaction Mechanisms. 49:35
Lecture 08. Organic Compounds and Functional Groups. 34:13
Lecture 09. Carbonyl Compounds, Intermolecular Forces. 52:16
Lecture 10. Introduction to Alkanes. 36:04
Lecture 11. Nomenclature of Alkanes, Conformations of Ethane 52:24
Lecture 12. Conformations of Butane and Cycloalkanes. 51:29
Lecture 13. Conformations of Cyclohexane. 36:58
Lecture 14. Introduction to Stereochemistry. 51:10
Lecture 15. Assigning Tetrahedral Stereogenic Centers. 52:26
Lecture 16. Meso Compounds. 50:53
Lecture 17. Properties of Chiral Compounds. 51:56
Lecture 18. Introduction to Understanding Organic Reactions 50:36
Lecture 19. Energy Diagrams, Transition States, and Reaction Rates. 48:04
Lecture 20. Energetics of Reactions. 36:42
Lecture 21. Introduction to Alkyl Halides and Nuceophilic Substitution. 49:28
Lecture 22. Mechanistic and Stereochemical Aspects of SN2 Reactions 50:56
Lecture 23. Mechanistic and Stereochemical Aspects of SN1 Reactions 36:39
Lecture 24. Properties of Electrophiles, Leaving Groups, and Nucleophiles 51:41
Lecture 25. Elimination Reactions. Introduction to E2 Reactions. 36:54
Lecture 26. Regiochemical and Stereochemical Course of E2 Reactions. 51:23
Lecture 27. E1 Reactions. Comparison of SN1, SN2, E1, and E2 Reactions. 50:01