In this chemistry lesson, let Professor Dave explain what pi electrons have to do with resonance structures, and how to draw resonance structures.
Ready to analyze some molecular models? In this organic chemistry lesson, learn about different conformations and energies of ethane and butane.
Cyclohexane makes weird shapes! The most important is the chair conformation. In this lesson, learn how to draw cyclohexane chairs, how to flip them, and more.
Why is a hand considered an enantiomer, or an image with chirality? In this organic chemistry lesson, get introduced to stereoisomers (and enantiomers).
In this organic chemistry lesson, the Cahn-Ingold-Prelog convention is introduced to allow for assignment of absolute configuration of stereocenters.
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