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Course 1
Fundamentals of
Chemistry
Teaches those topics commonly found in high school chemistry classes that require an extensive one year or possibly two years of instruction. This is an updated version of Introduction to Chemistry. Fundamentals of Chemistry is available on 11 DVDs.

$109 + $10 S&H
Course 2
College Inorganic
Chemistry I
Teaches all the topics recommended for inclusion in the first semester of a two-semester college inorganic chemistry majors course. This course expects the student to have completed a Fundamentals of Chemistry study or the equivalent. College Chemistry I is available on 11 DVDs.

$109 + $10 S&H
Course 3
College Inorganic
Chemistry II
Teaches all the topics recommended for inclusion in the second semester of a two-semester college inorganic chemistry majors course. This course expects the student to have completed a Fundamentals of Chemistry study and College Chemistry I or the equivalent. College Chemistry II is available on 13 DVDs.


$109 + $10 S&H

Course 4
College Organic
Chemistry
Teaches those topics normally covered in a two-semester college level organic chemistry course for students who have completed two terms of inorganic or college chemistry.Organic Chemistry is available now in a newly revised version on 4 CDs or 16 DVDs. The CD version is for use on PCs only. The DVD version is for use on computers capable of playing DVDs or on DVD players with televisions.

$139 + $10 S&H
College Chemistry Combo
Features our College Chemistry I and II courses on 24 DVD's and 2 separate 200+ page note taking guides.

$199 + $10 S&H
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401
Intro to Organic

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Introduction to Organic Chemistry addresses the concept of organic chemistry and a review of selected studies normally found in the freshman chemistry course. These topics include bonding, polarity, Lewis dot structures, formal charges, methods of writing organic structures, isomers, acid-base theories, and empirical and molecular formula determination. (more)


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404
Free Radical Reactions
Free Radical Reactions introduces the nature of free-radical reactions and addresses such topics as chlorination, bromination, energy factors, the Hammond Postulate, isotopic effects, and other reactive intermediates. (more)

$2.40

 

405
Alkyl Halides
Alkyl Halides introduces the structure of the halogenated hydrocarbons, their common uses, nomenclature, physical properties, preparations, and reactions. It is in this unit that the concept of devising syntheses is introduced. (more)

$3.50

 

406
Stereochemistry
Stereochemistry addresses the characteristics of the chiral carbon, the concept of polarimetry, assigning configurations, the nature of the racemic mixture, molecules with multiple chiral carbons, resolving a racemic modification, and reactions generating asymmetric centers. (more)

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407
Sub vs Elim
Substitution vs. Elimination Reactions is addressed at different points in different textbooks. By moving this to its own section, the topic may be placed at virtually any point in the study of organic chemistry. The unit addresses commonly used terms, SN2 and SN1 reactions, E1 and E2 reactions, and competition among these types of reactions. Other related reactions are also studied. (more)

$4.75

 

408
Alkenes 1 - Preparations
Alkenes I is the first of a two-part study of the compounds containing a double bond. It addresses the structure of alkenes, degrees of unsaturation, nomenclature, the physical properties of these compounds, the nature of the carbocation, and alkene preparations. (more)

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409
Alkenes 2 - Reactions
Alkenes II continues the study of the hydrocarbons containing a double bond. Topics addressed in this unit include structure and bonding, reactions at the double bond and near the double bond, polymers and polymerization, stereochemical aspects of alkenes, and chemical analysis. (more)

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410
Alkynes
Alkynes introduces the student to the second type of unsaturation, the triple bond. The unit on alkynes addresses the structure around this functional group, nomenclature, physical properties, preparations, reactions, and analysis. (more)

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411
Alcohols 1 - Preparations
Alcohols I is the first of a two part study of compounds containing the OH functional group. It includes structure and naming of alcohols, common alcohols and their usage, physical properties and preparations of alcohols. A section addressing thiols is included. (more)

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412
Alcohols 2 - Reactions
Alcohols II continues the study of this class of compounds and includes an extensive list of alcohol reactions and analysis. A section addressing balancing organic oxidation-reduction reaction techniques is included. (more)

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413
Infrared Spectroscopy
Infrared Spectroscopy addresses an overview of the electromagnetic spectrum, particularly that portion utilized in most IRs. It includes a study of molecular vibrations, areas of the spectrum, and techniques used in reading an IR. (more)

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414
HNMR Spectroscopy
HNMR or Proton NMR is addressed in a series of topics including an overview, the number and position of signals, utilization of peak areas, splitting of signals, the coupling constant, and reading the NMR. (more)

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415
Carbon 13 Spectroscopy
CNMR or C-13 NMR covers comparison to the HNMR, number of peaks, chemical shifts, splitting of signals, and interpretation of spectra. (more)

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416
Mass Spec
Mass Spectrometry is introduced in this unit. Instrumentation, fragmentation patterns, isotopic influence, and identification techniques are addressed. (more)

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417
Ethers
Ethers, Epoxides, and Thioethers addresses the typical topics of structure, nomenclature, physical properties, preparations, reactions, and chemical analysis. A unit addressing thioethers is included. (more)

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418
Conjugated Systems
Conjugated Systems is often combined with some other chapter in textbooks, but is treated separately, here. This allows for its placement at any point needed. The topics addressed are types of unsaturated systems, preparations of conjugated systems, as well as reactions, the impact of conditions, and the molecular orbital picture. (more)

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419
Aromatics 1 - Preparations
Aromatics I is the first of a two part introduction to the study of aromatic compounds. This first unit addresses the historical perspectives, the elucidation of benzene’s structure, standards for aromaticity, and nomenclature. (more)

$2.40

 

420
Aromatics 2 and UV Vis
Aromatics II continues the study by addressing monosubstitution reactions, disubstitution reactions specifically addressing the nature of the ortho/para and meta directors, and other reactions. Included in this study is benzyne, preparations and reactions of arenes. A section addressing UV-VIS spectra is included. (more)

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421
Phenols
Phenols covers naming these compounds, physical properties, preparations, reactions, and chemical and spectroscopic analysis. (more)

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422
Aldehydes and Ketones
Aldehydes and Ketones addresses carbonyl structure, nomenclature, and physical properties of these two related families. In a special topics section, the characteristics and usage of some of the small aldehydes and ketones are addressed. Preparation of aldehydes and ketones, their reactions, and chemical and spectroscopic analysis are also included. (more)

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423
Amines
Amines introduces the first of the nitrogen-containing groups. In this unit structure, nomenclature, physical properties, preparations, reactions, and both chemical and spectroscopic analysis are included. (more)

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424
Carboxylic Acids
Carboxylic Acids addresses the usual topics covered in the introduction of a new family: structure, common and formal nomenclature, physical properties, preparations, reactions, chemical and spectroscopic analysis. Characteristics and nomenclature of salts is included. (more)

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425
Derivatives of Acids
Derivatives of Acids introduces five classes of organic compounds: acid chlorides, amides, acid anhydrides, esters, and nitriles. The structure, preparation, and reactions of these five are studied, as well as chemical and spectroscopic analysis. The unit concludes with presentation of the organic group nomenclature priorities. (more)

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426
Carbanions
Carbanions introduces the characteristic reactions occurring at the alpha hydrogen of carbonyls. Reactions studied include bromination, aldol and crossed aldol condensation, the Cannizzaro reaction, Wittig reaction, the Claisen and crossed Claisen reactions, the malonic ester synthesis, and the acetoacetic ester synthesis. (more)

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427
Amino Acids and Proteins
Amino Acids and Proteins describes the amino acid structure and preparations, as well as the isoelectric pH and electrophoresis. Formation of proteins, protein structure, sequencing proteins, detection and denaturation of proteins are also addressed. (more)

$2.40

 

428
Carbohydrates
Carbohydrates introduces the organic student to the classification of these compounds. Also included are cyclic structures, D & L, d & l designations, reducing sugars, reactions, polysaccharides, and a brief overview of tooth decay. (more)

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429
Lipids

Lipids is a brief unit addressing classification and characteristics of the major groups: fatty acids, glycerides, non-glyderide lipids, and complex lipids. Steroid structure is included. (more)


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INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC - CHARACTERISTICS OF ORGANIC MOLECULES - ALKANES - CHEMICAL REACTIONS - STEREOCHEMISTRY - ALKYL HALIDES - ALKENES I - ALKENES II - ALKYNES - ALCOHOLS I - ALCOHOLS II - SUBSTITUTION vs. ELIMINATION REACTIONS - INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY - MASS SPECTROSCOPY - HNMR or PROTON NMR  - CNMR or C-13 NMR - ETHERS, EPOXIDES AND THIOETHERS - CONJUGATED SYSTEMS - AROMATICS I - AROMATICS II - PHENOLS - ALDEHYDES & KETONES - AMINES - CARBOXYLIC ACIDS - ACID DERIVATIVES - CARBANIONS - CARBOHYDRATES - AMINO ACIDS AND PROTEINS - LIPIDS