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A Flowchart for determining between SN2, E2, SN1, and E1 reaction mechanisms for alkene substitution/elimination reactions.

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The Gas Laws | Science Educational School Posters

The Gas Laws poster is ideal for classroom walls and school hallways. The large A1 size makes the bright and informative chart highly readable from a distance, complementing every learning environment.

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Types of Chemical Reactions

Chemical reactions take place at the molecular level, when the atoms and molecules of the things you start with (reactants) turn into something new (products). All chemical reactions can be split generally into six different categories: ...

This updated reaction map shows all the key reactions of alkanes, alkyl halides, alkenes, and alkynes. Organic Chemistry Reactions, Chemistry Notes, Chemistry Lessons, Teaching Chemistry, Science Chemistry, Medical Science, Physical Science, Science Education, Biochemistry

Synthesis (5) - Reactions of Alkynes – Master Organic Chemistry

A complete reaction map PDF for first-semester organic chemistry- reactions of alkynes, alkenes, alkyl halides, and alkanes. Test yourself on synthesis!

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Guest Post On SN1/SN2/E1/E2 (6): Wrapup – Master Organic Chemistry

Part 6 of a 6 part series. Previous posts in the series: 1 2 3 4 5 – James 3 ½ Steps To Any SN1/SN2/E1/E2 Reaction: Wrap

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The strengths and weaknesses of acids and bases - George Zaidan and Charles Morton

View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-strengths-and-weaknesses-of-acids-and-bases-george-zaidan-and-charles-mortonVinegar may have a powerful smell...

Synthesis In Introductory Organic Chemistry, Part 3 – Alkyl Halides — Master Organic Chemistry Organic Chemistry Reactions, Chemistry Help, Chemistry Study Guide, Chemistry Classroom, Chemistry Notes, Chemistry Lessons, Teaching Chemistry, Chemistry Experiments, Science Chemistry

Alkyl Halide Reaction Map - 14 Key Reactions Of Alkyl Halides

As shown in this reaction map, alkyl halides are extremely versatile. They can be converted into alcohols, thiols, ethers, azides, alkenes and more.

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Introduction to Acid-Base Reactions – Master Organic Chemistry

Following up on the 4 major classes of reactions you encounter in Org 1, let’s look at the first of those four: acid base reactions.