Basic Concepts of Organic Chemistry Videos

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Overview: Basic concepts of organic chemistry

This is an overview of Topic 14 : Naming Organic Chemicals. It includes an explanation of what a hydrocarbon is, functional groups, displayed and structural formula and nomenclature of all the homologous series required.

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The key organic terms

This video lists important organic terms that one must know before advancing into organic chemistry.

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Organic functional groups and homologous series

This video looks at all the organic functional groups and homologous series needed for organic chemistry.

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Organic formulae

This video looks at all the different organic formulae such as general, molecular, skeletal, empirical, displayed, structural using butane as the example.

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Naming alkanes

This video explains how the IUPAC rules are used to name alkanes, providing many examples.

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Naming alkenes

This video explains how the IUPAC rules are used to name alkenes, providing many examples.

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Naming alcohols

This video explains how the IUPAC rules are used to name alcohols, providing many examples.

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Naming halogenoalkanes

This video explains how the IUPAC rules are used to name halogenoalkanes, providing many examples.

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Naming aldehydes

This video explains how the IUPAC rules are used to name aldehydes, providing many examples.

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Naming ketones

This video explains how the IUPAC rules are used to name ketones, providing many examples.

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Naming carboxylic acids

This video explains how the IUPAC rules are used to name carboxylic acids, providing many examples.

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Naming cycloalkanes

This video explains how the IUPAC rules are used to name cycloalkanes, providing many examples.

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Naming cycloalkenes

This video explains how the IUPAC rules are used to name cycloalkenes, providing many examples.

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