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Organic Chemistry 1 Primer

2020

By Professors Rhett C. Smith, Andrew G. Tennyson and Tania Houjeiry

Supported by the Proton Guru website and lots of free video content, this is a concise and student-friendly guide from student-acclaimed authors, and it is NOT a traditional bulky text book! It is designed to give you the foundational principles and concepts and is paired with video content online to give you a multimedia learning experience. It is an excellent primer to read before lecture so that once you get to lecture you will already have some knowledge of what will be discussed. It is also meant to be an excellent pre-exam review or review for medical (MCAT), dental or pharmacy program entrance exams. Especially in cases where you are preparing for a final exam or a standardized test – which may be cumulative and cover material that you have not specifically studied for weeks or months – this book will come in clutch as a compact review so you won't have to wade through a voluminous text book.

Professors: For approved instructor evaluation copies and PowerPoint files to accompany this text, contact the author at IQ@proton.guru from your official University email.

Organic Chemistry 1 Reactions and Practice Problems 2018

By Professor Rhett C. Smith

There are so many reactions to learn in Organic Chemistry that it is sometimes hard to know where to even begin. It can be difficult to sort through a huge textbook to find "only what I really need" for exams and understanding. This book has a simple format that lists each reaction with key concepts in a concise bullet point list. The arrow pushing mechanism is provided along with key notes on stereochemistry. Finally, there are lots of self-tests and progress checks, including problems formatted like the dreaded multiple choice ACS standardized final exams! All answers are given for problems and there lots of free videos and study sheets on the Proton Guru website for even more explanation of the problems and reactions in this book!

Professors: For approved instructor evaluation copies and PowerPoint files to accompany this text, contact the author at IQ@proton.guru from your official University email.

Organic Chemistry 1 Lecture Guide

2019

By Professor Rhett C. Smith

This is a fill-in-the-blank style organic chemistry workbook designed as a note-taking scaffold for students in a first semester lecture course in sophomore organic chemistry. Evaluation copy, accompanying instructor resource files and complete solutions are available free of charge to verified university instructors (contact our office at: IQ@protonguru.com)..

Professors: For approved instructor evaluation copies and PowerPoint files to accompany this text, contact the author at IQ@proton.guru from your official University email.

Survey of Organic Chemistry

Student Primer 2018

By Professors Tania Houjeiry and Thomas D. Hickman

This is a study book for a one semester organic chemistry course that is not part of a two-semester sequence. It is supported by the Proton Guru website, with links to lots of free video content. This book is a concise and student-friendly guide from student-acclaimed authors, and it is NOT a bulky text book! It is designed to give you the most basic principles and concepts. It is an excellent primer to read before lecture so that once you get to lecture you will already have some knowledge of what will be discussed. It is also meant to be an excellent pre-exam review or review for medical, dental or pharmacy program entrance exams. Especially in cases where you are preparing for a final exam or a standardized test – which may be cumulative and cover material that you have not specifically studied for weeks or months – this book will come in clutch as a compact review so you won't have to wade through a voluminous text book. 

Professors: For approved instructor evaluation copies and PowerPoint files to accompany this text, contact the author at IQ@proton.guru from your official University email.

Organic Chemistry 2 Primer 2019

By Professors Andrew G. Tennyson, Tania Houjeiry and Rhett C. Smith

Supported by the Proton Guru website and lots of free video content, this is a concise and student-friendly guide from student-acclaimed authors, and it is NOT a bulky text book! It is designed to give you the most basic principles and concepts. It is an excellent primer to read before lecture so that once you get to lecture you will already have some knowledge of what will be discussed. It is also meant to be an excellent pre-exam review or review for medical, dental or pharmacy program entrance exams. Especially in cases where you are preparing for a final exam or a standardized test – which may be cumulative and cover material that you have not specifically studied for weeks or months – this book will come in clutch as a compact review so you won't have to wade through a voluminous text book. 

Professors: For approved instructor evaluation copies and PowerPoint files to accompany this text, contact the author at IQ@proton.guru from your official University email.

Organic Chemistry 2 Practice Problems with Solutions 2018

By Professor Rhett C. Smith

This book provides both free-response questions and multiple choice questions that simulate the type of questions you will face in many standardized exams. Most importantly, there are about 135 PAGES of detailed explanations of the necessary knowledge and reasoning behind how one can arrive at the correct answer for all of the questions. The very detailed solutions make this book an ideal source for improving your understanding and for doing well on tests such as: the standardized final exam offered at many schools, medical school exams, pharmacy school exams, etc.

Professors: For approved instructor evaluation copies and PowerPoint files to accompany this text, contact the author at IQ@proton.guru from your official University email.

Organic Chemistry 2 Lecture Guide

2018

By Professor Rhett C. Smith

This is a fill-in-the-blank style organic chemistry workbook designed as a note-taking scaffold for students in a second semester lecture course in sophomore organic chemistry.

Professors: For approved instructor evaluation copies and PowerPoint files to accompany this text, contact the author at IQ@proton.guru from your official University email.

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