|Organic Chemistry Lecture Notes|
Dr. Moore, University of Illinois - Urbana/Champaign
This is an Elementary Organic Chemistry course taught online. It takes a little time to load, but the notes are superb for learning organic chemistry well...since one semester here at UIUC is equivalent to two semesters at most other schools.
|Chem 226: Elementary Organic Chemistry|
Bruce Knauer, State University of NY
These organic chemistry lecture notes cover topics such as Stereochemistry, Equilibrium Reactions, Acids and Bases, Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers, Carboxylic Acids, Aldehydes and Ketones, Polypeptides and Proteins, and Carbohydrates.
Alex Jonathan Roche, Rutgers State University of New Jersey
These course notes include detailed diagrams in word format. They are a great supplement to any intro organic chem course as they are written in a clear and concise format.
|Organic Chemistry 351|
Jeff Corkill, Eastern Washington University
These class notes have some interesting perspectives on organic chemistry. Some of the unique topics include "why should I take ochem?" and "The Golden Rules of Ochem."
|Chem 232: Organic Chemistry|
P.R. Young, University of Illinois at Chicago
These lecture notes include some good sample problems and exam questions on ochem. These are also all available online in slide format.
|CHM 240: Organic Chemistry|
Rob Batey, University of Toronto
Some topics of this thorough ochem course are UV / IR Spectroscopy, Molecular Formulas, NMR Spectroscopy, Proton-Proton Coupling, Carbon 13 NMR, Aldehydes/Ketones, Carboxylic Acids & Derivatives, and Retrosynthesis.
Tom Shattuck, Colby College in Maine
Physical chemistry is the study of the physical basis of phenomena related to the chemical composition and structure of substances. It has been pursued from two levels, the macroscopic and the molecular.
|Chem 331: Organic Chemistry|
Allen M. Schoffstall, University of Colorado-Colorado Springs
This course is completely web based so the lecture notes are very complete. It covers structure and properties, structure and reactivity, effect of structure on reactivity, and conjugated systems.
|Chemistry 331: Elements of Organic Chemistry I|
Carl C. Wamser, Portland State University
This course is the core of ochem. It covers the fundamentals such as bonding and structures, alkanes, alkenes and alkynes, stereochemistry, acid-base reactions, and aromatic compounds.
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