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### Table of Contents for Part II

### From "Organic Chemistry 1 Primer 2021" by Smith, et al. If you prefer a paper copy of the whole book you can get one at the Amazon link

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#### Studying Organic Chemistry to get ready for the MCAT*?

### Part II: Substitution and Elimination

### (click lesson number to jump directly to the top of that lesson)

### Organic Chemistry 1 Primer Lessons (Part II)

### If you want a paper copy of the whole book, go to Amazon (link).

### Lesson II.1

II.1

### Step 1: Read the Lesson

### This is a multiple choice quiz to help you see some basic questions you should be able to answer from the reading and to get an idea of how well you have assimilated the information.

### As you watch this lecture, it is best to take notes like you would in a classroom. You can take notes on paper, print out the slides here and write on them, or get a paper copy of the Lecture Guide book on Amazon (link) and take notes directly in the printed book in the space provided.

### Printable Notes

### Step 4: Complete the Problems and Solutions Video

### Although most lessons have their own video free response practice, the material in this lesson is more of a set of ideas that apply to all the future reactions, so right now there is not a set of Lesson-specific problems for you to do.

### Lesson II.2

II.2

### Step 1: Read the Lesson

### Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for Lesson II.2

This is a multiple choice quiz to help you see some basic questions you should be able to answer from the reading and to get an idea of how well you have assimilated the information.

### As you watch this lecture, it is best to take notes like you would in a classroom. You can take notes on paper, print out the slides here and write on them, or get a paper copy of the Lecture Guide book on Amazon (link) and take notes directly in the printed book in the space provided.

### Printable Notes

### Step 4: Complete the Problems and Solutions Video

### There is no problem set video for this lesson. You will apply the ideas in this lesson to problem sets for Lessons II.3-10, though, so there will be plenty of practice ahead!

### Lesson II.3

II.3

### Step 1: Read the Lesson

### This is a multiple choice quiz to help you see some basic questions you should be able to answer from the reading and to get an idea of how well you have assimilated the information.

### As you watch this lecture, it is best to take notes like you would in a classroom. You can take notes on paper, print out the slides here and write on them, or get a paper copy of the Lecture Guide book on Amazon (link) and take notes directly in the printed book in the space provided.

### Printable Notes

### Step 4: Complete the Problems and Solutions Video

### The substitution reaction problems are all combined in a video that is on the Lesson II.5 page.

### Lesson II.4

II.4

### Step 1: Read the Lesson

### This is a multiple choice quiz to help you see some basic questions you should be able to answer from the reading and to get an idea of how well you have assimilated the information.

### As you watch this lecture, it is best to take notes like you would in a classroom. You can take notes on paper, print out the slides here and write on them, or get a paper copy of the Lecture Guide book on Amazon (link) and take notes directly in the printed book in the space provided.

### Printable Notes

### Step 4: Complete the Problems and Solutions Video

### The substitution reaction problems are all combined in a video that is on the Lesson II.5 page.

### Lesson II.5

II.5

### Step 1: Read the Lesson

### This is a multiple choice quiz to help you see some basic questions you should be able to answer from the reading and to get an idea of how well you have assimilated the information.

### As you watch this lecture, it is best to take notes like you would in a classroom. You can take notes on paper, print out the slides here and write on them, or get a paper copy of the Lecture Guide book on Amazon (link) and take notes directly in the printed book in the space provided.

### Lecture Notes

### These are free-response questions worked out for you. You will get the most out of these practice problems if you pause the video and try each problem, then watch the solution. This way you will know whether or not you can complete these type of problems yourself.

### Problem Set

### Lesson II.6

II.6

### Step 1: Read the Lesson

### Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for Lesson II.6

This is a multiple choice quiz to help you see some basic questions you should be able to answer from the reading and to get an idea of how well you have assimilated the information.

### As you watch this lecture, it is best to take notes like you would in a classroom. You can take notes on paper, print out the slides here and write on them, or get a paper copy of the Lecture Guide book on Amazon (link) and take notes directly in the printed book in the space provided.

### Lecture Notes

### Step 4: Complete the Problems and Solutions Video

### The practice problem video set for Lessons II.6-9 are combined in one set that is provided on the Lesson II.9 page.

### Lesson II.7

II.7

### Step 1: Read the Lesson

### Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for Lesson II.7

This is a multiple choice quiz to help you see some basic questions you should be able to answer from the reading and to get an idea of how well you have assimilated the information.

### As you watch this lecture, it is best to take notes like you would in a classroom. You can take notes on paper, print out the slides here and write on them, or get a paper copy of the Lecture Guide book on Amazon (link) and take notes directly in the printed book in the space provided.

### Lecture Notes

### Step 4: Complete the Problems and Solutions Video

### The practice problem video set for Lessons II.6-9 are combined in one set that is provided on the Lesson II.9 page.

### Lesson II.8

II.8

### Step 1: Read the Lesson

### Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for Lesson II.8

This is a multiple choice quiz to help you see some basic questions you should be able to answer from the reading and to get an idea of how well you have assimilated the information.

### As you watch this lecture, it is best to take notes like you would in a classroom. You can take notes on paper, print out the slides here and write on them, or get a paper copy of the Lecture Guide book on Amazon (link) and take notes directly in the printed book in the space provided.

### Lecture Notes

### Step 4: Complete the Problems and Solutions Video

### The practice problem video set for Lessons II.6-9 are combined in one set that is provided on the Lesson II.9 page.

### Lesson II.9

II.9

### Step 1: Read the Lesson

### This is a multiple choice quiz to help you see some basic questions you should be able to answer from the reading and to get an idea of how well you have assimilated the information.

### As you watch this lecture, it is best to take notes like you would in a classroom. You can take notes on paper, print out the slides here and write on them, or get a paper copy of the Lecture Guide book on Amazon (link) and take notes directly in the printed book in the space provided.

### Lecture Notes

### Step 4: Complete the Problems and Solutions Video (Audio is poor and will be fixed asap)

### These are free-response questions worked out for you. You will get the most out of these practice problems if you pause the video and try each problem, then watch the solution. This way you will know whether or not you can complete these type of problems yourself.

### Problem Set

### Lesson II.10

II.10

### Step 1: Read the Lesson

### This is a multiple choice quiz to help you see some basic questions you should be able to answer from the reading and to get an idea of how well you have assimilated the information.

### As you watch this lecture, it is best to take notes like you would in a classroom. You can take notes on paper, print out the slides here and write on them, or get a paper copy of the Lecture Guide book on Amazon (link) and take notes directly in the printed book in the space provided.

### Printable Notes

### Step 4: Complete the Problems and Solutions Video (Audio is poor and will be fixed asap)

### These are free-response questions worked out for you. You will get the most out of these practice problems if you pause the video and try each problem, then watch the solution. This way you will know whether or not you can complete these type of problems yourself.

### Lesson II.11

II.11

### Step 1: Read the Lesson

### This is a multiple choice quiz to help you see some basic questions you should be able to answer from the reading and to get an idea of how well you have assimilated the information.

### As you watch this lecture, it is best to take notes like you would in a classroom. You can take notes on paper, print out the slides here and write on them, or get a paper copy of the Lecture Guide book on Amazon (link) and take notes directly in the printed book in the space provided.

### Printable Notes

### These are free-response questions worked out for you. You will get the most out of these practice problems if you pause the video and try each problem, then watch the solution. This way you will know whether or not you can complete these type of problems yourself.

### Lesson II.12

II.12

### Step 1: Read the Lesson

### This is a multiple choice quiz to help you see some basic questions you should be able to answer from the reading and to get an idea of how well you have assimilated the information.

### As you watch this lecture, it is best to take notes like you would in a classroom. You can take notes on paper, print out the slides here and write on them, or get a paper copy of the Lecture Guide book on Amazon (link) and take notes directly in the printed book in the space provided.

### Printable Notes

### Step 4: Complete the Problems and Solutions Video

### The video practice for this lesson is combined with that for Lesson II.13, where you apply the ideas of oxidation and reduction to real reactions.

### Lesson II.13

II.13

### Step 1: Read the Lesson

### This is a multiple choice quiz to help you see some basic questions you should be able to answer from the reading and to get an idea of how well you have assimilated the information.

### As you watch this lecture, it is best to take notes like you would in a classroom. You can take notes on paper, print out the slides here and write on them, or get a paper copy of the Lecture Guide book on Amazon (link) and take notes directly in the printed book in the space provided.

### Printable Notes

### Step 4: Complete the Problems and Solutions Video

These are free-response questions worked out for you. You will get the most out of these practice problems if you pause the video and try each problem, then watch the solution. This way you will know whether or not you can complete these type of problems yourself.

### Lesson II.14

II.14

### Step 1: Read the Lesson

### This is a multiple choice quiz to help you see some basic questions you should be able to answer from the reading and to get an idea of how well you have assimilated the information.

### As you watch this lecture, it is best to take notes like you would in a classroom. You can take notes on paper, print out the slides here and write on them, or get a paper copy of the Lecture Guide book on Amazon (link) and take notes directly in the printed book in the space provided.

### Printable Notes

### Step 4: Complete the Problems and Solutions Video

These are free-response questions worked out for you. You will get the most out of these practice problems if you pause the video and try each problem, then watch the solution. This way you will know whether or not you can complete these type of problems yourself.

### Lesson II.15

II.15

### Step 1: Read the Lesson

### This is a multiple choice quiz to help you see some basic questions you should be able to answer from the reading and to get an idea of how well you have assimilated the information.

### As you watch this lecture, it is best to take notes like you would in a classroom. You can take notes on paper, print out the slides here and write on them, or get a paper copy of the Lecture Guide book on Amazon (link) and take notes directly in the printed book in the space provided.

### Printable Notes

### These are free-response questions worked out for you. You will get the most out of these practice problems if you pause the video and try each problem, then watch the solution. This way you will know whether or not you can complete these type of problems yourself.

### Printable Notes