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Leah F.

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Level 12 in Chemistry Level 8 in Organic Chemistry I
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Organic Chemistry

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    Nucleophilic Substitution Reactions (SN1 and SN2) and Elimination Reactions (E1 and E2)

    1. Nucleophile vs. Base Strength
      1. Nucleophile and Base Analysis (vid 1 of 2) for Substitution and Elimination Reactions by Leah4sci
      2. Nucleophile And Base Analysis (vid 2 of 2) for Substitution and Elimination Reactions By Leah4sci
    2. Leaving Groups
      1. Leaving Groups in Substitution and Elimination Reactions (vid 1 of 2) by Leah4sci
      2. Oxygen As A Leaving Group Using Tosylate And Mesylate in Substitution and Elimination Reactions
    3. Polar Protic, Polar Aprotic and Non-Polar Solvents
      1. Polar Protic, Aprotic, and Non-Polar Solvents in Substitution and Elimination Reactions
    4. SN1 and SN2 Reactions
      1. SN1 Reaction Rate and Mechanism - Unimolecular Nucleophilic Substitution Part 1
      2. SN1 Reaction Mechanism (vid 2 of 3) Examples of Unimolecular Substitution by Leah4sci
      3. SN1 Reaction Mechanism (vid 3 of 3) with Hydride Shift and Carbocation Rearrangement by Leah4sci
      4. SN2 Reaction Rate and Mechanism (vid 1 of 3) Bimolecular Substitution by Leah4sci
      5. SN2 Reaction (vid 2 of 3) Chirality and Mechanism of Bimolecular Substitution by Leah4sci
      6. SN2 Reaction vid (3 of 3) Bimolecular Nucleophilic Substitution by Leah4sci
    5. Choosing between SN1 and SN2
      1. Choosing Between SN1 and SN2 Reactions (vid 1 of 2) By Leah4sci
      2. SN1 vs SN2 Practice Examples (vid 2 of 2) by Leah4sci
    6. E1 and E2 Reactions
      1. E1 Reaction Rate and Mechanism - Unimolecular beta-elimination (vid 1 of 3) by Leah4sci
      2. E1 Reaction (vid 2 of 3) Zaitsev's Rule and Pi Bond Stability by Leah4sci
      3. E1 (vid 3 of 3) Unimolecular Beta Elimination With Hydride Shift and Zaitsev's Rule
      4. E2 Reaction Rate & Mechanism (vid 1 of 4) Bimolecular Beta-Elimination by Leah Fisch
      5. E2 Reaction (vid 2 of 4) Using Newman Projections To Predict Products by Leah4sci
      6. E2 reaction (vid 3 of 4) using chair conformations for anti coplanar reactions
      7. E2 Reaction (vid 4 of 4) Big Bulky Base for Anti-Zaitsev Product

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