Now that you've mastered nucleophilic substitution and elimination, it's time to learn all about addition reactions in this organic chemistry lesson.
In this organic chemistry lesson, Professor Dave explains how hydrohalogenation, hydration, and dihalogenation reactions work and relate to one another.
Make sure you understand the resonance involved in the intermediate! Addition on conjugated polyunsaturated systems will be easier if you follow Dave's arrows.
In this lesson, examine the mechanism and stereochemistry of the Diels-Alder reaction. This cycloaddition is one of the coolest reactions in organic chemistry.
Ozonolysis? Ozone is in the sky, right? That's correct, but learn how ozone is also used in the chemistry lab to cleave carbon-carbon double bonds.
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