1. Welcome to Organic Chemistry

    1. Definition of 'Chemistry' and 'Organic'
    2. Brief History of Organic Chemistry
  2. Lewis Structures and Bonding

    1. Lewis Dot Diagram
    2. Dipoles
    3. Covalent Bonds
    4. Ionic Bonds
  3. Hybridization and Atomic and Molecular Orbitals

    1. Atomic Orbitals and Periodic Table Relationships
    2. Molecular Orbitals and Hybridizations
    3. Drawing Atomic and Molecular Orbitals Diagrams for Molecules

  4. Ways to Draw and Represent Molecules

    1. Skeletal Structure
    2. Condensed Structure
    3. Bond Line Notation
  5. Resonance

    1. What is Resonance?
    2. Formal Charge
    3. Finding Resonance Structures
    4. Major and Minor Resonance Structures
  6. Functional Groups

    1. Quick Introduction of Structures
    2. Memorization Tips and Tricks

  7. Nomenclature

    1. Introduction to IUPAC Nomenclature
    2. Naming Carbohydrate
    3. Naming Functional Groups
    4. Naming Carboxylic Acid Derivatives
    5. Naming Aromatics
  8. Newman and Fischer Conformational Analysis

    1. Sawhorse Projections
    2. Introduction to Newman Projections
    3. Newman Projection to Bond line Notation
    4. Bond Line Notation to Newman Projection
    5. Introduction to Fisher Projections
    6. Fischer Projection to Bond Line View
    7. Bond Line View to Fischer Projection
  9. Cyclohexanes

    1. Drawing Cyclohexanes in Boat and Chair Conformations
    2. Axial and Equatorial Bonds
    3. Cyclohexane Chair Flip
    4. Conversions Between Molecule View and Chair View
    5. Steric Strain
    6. Homodesmotic Reactions

  10. Stereochemistry (R and S), Isomers, and Optical Activity

    1. Introduction to Chirality and Chiral Centers
    2. Chiral and Achiral Molecules
    3. Finding R and S for Chiral Centers
    4. Finding R and S for Tricky Examples
    5. Enantiomers
    6. Diastereomers
    7. Meso Compounds
  11. E and Z, Cis and Trans Alkenes

    1. Cis and Trans
    2. E and Z
    3. Cis and Trans, E and Z for Cyclic Compounds
  12. Acids and Bases

    1. Main Characterstics or Lewis/Bronsted Definition
    2. Factors Determining Strength
    3. pH, pKa, Ka, pKb, Kb

  13. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)

    1. Electronegativity and Shielding
    2. Equivalent Hydrogens
    3. What NMRs Actually Tell Us
    4. Molecules to NMR
    5. Identifying Complex Splitting
    6. NMR to Molecule
    7. Carbon-13 NMR
  14. Infrared Spectroscopy

    1. Infrared Spectroscopy
    2. Combined Analytical Methods
    3. Mass Spectometry
  15. Alkene and Alkyne Addition Reactions

    1. Introduction to Reactions and Mechanisms
    2. Carbocation & Markovnikov's Rule
    3. Hydrohalogenation
    4. Halogenation
    5. Acid Catalyzed Hydration
    6. Acid Catalyzed Hydro-alkoxy Addition
    7. Hydration via Hydroboration-Oxidation
    8. Epoxidation
    9. Osmylation-OsO4 (Osmium Tetroxide)
    10. Ozonolysis
    11. Hydrogenation

  16. Radical Reactions

    1. Homolytic v Heterolytic Cleavage
    2. Radical Stability
    3. Radical Halogenation of Alkanes
    4. Radical Halogenation of Alkenes (Antimarkovnikov)
  17. Nucleophilic Substitution Reactions (SN1 and SN2) and Elimination Reactions (E1 and E2)

    1. Nucleophile vs. Base Strength
    2. Leaving Groups
    3. Polar Protic, Polar Aprotic and Non-Polar Solvents
    4. SN1 and SN2 Reactions
    5. Choosing between SN1 and SN2
    6. E1 and E2 Reactions
    7. Choosing between E1 and E2
    8. Comparing and Determing SN1 or SN2 and E1 or E2 reactions