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From "Organic Chemistry 2 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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Part VI: Carbonyls

Introduction to Carbonyls

Lesson VI.1. Nomenclature of Carbonyls
Lesson VI.2. Review: Preparation of Carbonyls from Alcohols, Alkynes and Alkenes
Lesson VI.3. Classifying Reactions of Carbonyls
Lesson VI.4. Relative Rates of Nucleophilic Attack on Carbonyl Functional Groups

Reactions of Aldehydes and Ketones

Lesson VI.5. Addition of Organometallics/Metal Hydrides to Aldehydes/Ketones

Lesson VI.6. Addition of Water or Alcohols to Aldehydes/Ketones

Lesson VI.7. Addition of Amine Derivatives to Aldehydes/Ketones

Lesson VI.8. The Wittig Reaction

Reactions of Carboxylic Acid Derivatives and Nitriles

Lesson VI.9. Nucleophilic Acyl Substitution of Acid Chlorides and Anhydrides

Lesson VI.10. SNAc of Carboxylic Acids to form Acid Chlorides

Lesson VI.11. SNAc Reaction of Oxygen Nucleophiles with Carboxylic Acids and Esters

Lesson VI.12. Amide Formation, Amide Hydrolysis and the Gabriel Synthesis

Lesson VI.13. Reaction of Carboxylic Acid Derivatives with H and C Nucleophiles

Lesson VI.14. Preparation and Reaction of Nitriles

Enolates and alpha,beta-Unstaurated Carbonyls

Lesson VI.15. Preparation of Enolates and Alkylation

Lesson VI.16. Alpha-Halogenation and Haloform Reactions

Lesson VI.17. Aldol Addition and Condensation

Lesson VI.18. Claisen Condensation

Lesson VI.19. Decarboxylation and Synthetic Applications

Lesson VI.20. Addition of Nucleophiles to alpha,beta-Unsaturated Carbonyls 

 

 

 

Organic Chemistry 2 Primer Lessons (Part VI)

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Lesson VI.1

 

Step 2: Self Assessment: See the combined mini-quiz after Lesson VI.2

Please read Lesson VI.2 and there will be a miniquiz with questions testing material from both Lessons VI.1-2 there.

Step 3: Watch Dr. Smith's Lecture Video

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

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Lesson VI.2

 

Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for Lessons VI.1-2

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.

Step 3: Watch Dr. Smith's Lecture Video

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

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Lesson VI.3

Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for this 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.

Step 3: Watch Dr. Smith's Lecture Video

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

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Lesson VI.4

Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for this 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.

Step 3: Watch Dr. Smith's Lecture Video

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

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Lesson VI.5

Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for this 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.

Step 3: Watch Dr. Smith's Lecture Video

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

Follow along during this lecture with the  printable fill-in-the-blanks notes

 

Lesson VI.6

Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for this 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.

Step 3: Watch Dr. Smith's Lecture Video

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

Follow along during this lecture with the  printable fill-in-the-blanks notes

Lesson VI.7

 

Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for this 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.

Step 3: Watch Dr. Smith's Lecture Video

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

Follow along during this lecture with the  printable fill-in-the-blanks notes

Step 4: Complete the Problems and Solutions Video

(note: this covers hemiacetals, hemiketals and hydrates; a video on ketals and acetals will be added later)

As this lesson is an introduction to future lessons, the practice videos in which you will apply the concepts from this lesson appear later throughout the course.

Lesson VI.8

 

Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for this 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.

Step 3: Watch Dr. Smith's Lecture Video

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

Follow along during this lecture with the  printable fill-in-the-blanks notes

 

Lesson VI.9

Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for this 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.

Step 3: Watch Dr. Smith's Lecture Video

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

Follow along during this lecture with the  printable fill-in-the-blanks notes

 

Lesson VI.10

Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for this 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.

Step 3: Watch Dr. Smith's Lecture Video

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

Follow along during this lecture with the  printable fill-in-the-blanks notes

Lesson VI.11

 

Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for this 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.

Step 3: Watch Dr. Smith's Lecture Video

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

Follow along during this lecture with the  printable fill-in-the-blanks notes

Lesson VI.12

 

Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for this 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.

Step 3: Watch Dr. Smith's Lecture Video

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

Follow along during this lecture with the  printable fill-in-the-blanks notes

Step 4: Complete the Problems and Solutions Video (combined with Lesson VI.14)

Please read the next couple of lessons and see the problem set video after Lesson VI.14 for combined problems.

Lesson VI.13

 

Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for this 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.

Step 3: Watch Dr. Smith's Lecture Video

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

Follow along during this lecture with the  printable fill-in-the-blanks notes

Step 4: No Problems and Solutions Video Yet

As this lesson is an introduction to future lessons, the practice videos in which you will apply the concepts from this lesson appear later throughout the course.

 

Lesson VI.14

Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for this 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.

Step 3: Watch Dr. Smith's Lecture Video

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

Follow along during this lecture with the  printable fill-in-the-blanks notes

Step 4: Complete the Problems and Solutions Video (combination with VI.12)

As this lesson is an introduction to future lessons, the practice videos in which you will apply the concepts from this lesson appear later throughout the course.

Step 5: Complete the Lessons VI.1-14 Carbonyl Reaction Review Problems and Solutions Video (an hour of carbonyl review problems!):

 

Lesson VI.15

Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for this 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.

Step 3: Watch Dr. Smith's Lecture Video

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

Follow along during this lecture with the  printable fill-in-the-blanks notes

Step 4: Complete the Problems and Solutions Video

As this lesson is an introduction to future lessons, the practice videos in which you will apply the concepts from this lesson appear later throughout the course.

 

Lesson VI.16

Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for this 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.

Step 3: Watch Dr. Smith's Lecture Video

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

Follow along during this lecture with the  printable fill-in-the-blanks notes

Step 4: Complete the Problems and Solutions Video

As this lesson is an introduction to future lessons, the practice videos in which you will apply the concepts from this lesson appear later throughout the course.

 

Lesson VI.17

Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for this 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.

Step 3: Watch Dr. Smith's Lecture Video

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

Follow along during this lecture with the  printable fill-in-the-blanks notes

Step 4: Complete the Problems and Solutions Video

As this lesson is an introduction to future lessons, the practice videos in which you will apply the concepts from this lesson appear later throughout the course.

 

Lesson VI.18

Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for this 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.

Step 3: Watch Dr. Smith's Lecture Video

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

Follow along during this lecture with the  printable fill-in-the-blanks notes

 

Lesson VI.19

Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for this 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.

Step 3: Watch Dr. Smith's Lecture Video

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

Follow along during this lecture with the  printable fill-in-the-blanks notes

Step 4: Complete the Problems and Solutions Video

As this lesson is an introduction to future lessons, the practice videos in which you will apply the concepts from this lesson appear later throughout the course.

 

Lesson VI.20

Step 2: Self Assessment: Mini-Quiz for this 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.

Step 3: Watch Dr. Smith's Lecture Video

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

Follow along during this lecture with the  printable fill-in-the-blanks notes

Step 4: Complete the Problems and Solutions Video

As this lesson is an introduction to future lessons, the practice videos in which you will apply the concepts from this lesson appear later throughout the course.

End of Part VI Lessons:

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