How the heck do you choose the mechanism that's going to happen in an organic reaction? Is it SN2, SN1, E2, or E1? Professor Dave has the answers.
While you may have already learned about E2, in this organic chemistry lesson, learn about the E2 reaction on cyclohexane or cyclic systems.
Sometimes you can get multiple elimination products from the same reaction—then you have to be able to name them! Learn how in this organic chemistry lesson.
It's EZ to assign E and Z absolute configuration to alkenes. Guess which convention to use? Cahn-Ingold-Prelog is back! And don't forget—zee zame zide.
Hydride and methanide shifts? What are those? In this organic chemistry lesson, Professor Dave explains how carbocation rearrangement works.
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