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MERLOT II


    

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General Organic Chemistry

by Kendrick Johnson
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Description:
This course is the first semester of the one year fundamental organic chemsitry course. You will learn reactions, arrow-pushing mechanisms, and synthesis of various organic compounds.

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1.

CHEMystery: Organic Chemistry


Added 10/16/2006
This site teaches the fundamentals of organic chemistry thoroughly. Also there is some material covering biochemistry.
2.

Named Organic Reactions: An Interactive Guide


Added 10/16/2006
This resouce is a site that allows the user to test his or her knowledge of certain named reactions in organic chemsitry by virtually completing the arrow-pushing mechanism step-by-step.
3.

Steve Mardsen's Chemistry Resources for Students and Teachers


Added 10/16/2006
This resource includes lecture notes, demonstrations, and a very insightful periodic table. Other www links are provided to further enhance the learning experience.
4.

Organic Compounds Database


Added 10/16/2006
This resouce helps you name an unknown organic compound by filling out as much information as you know about the material. Possible entries include melting point, formula, weight, and many other possible aides to help you figure out your particular unknown.
5.

Animations of Organic Reactions


Added 10/16/2006
This resource animates the arrow-pushing mechanisms of basic organic chemistry reactions.
6.

Colby College Organic Chemistry Simulations


Added 10/16/2006
This resource contains great simulations of organic chemistry ideas that are being discussed in class. Seeing the actual reaction in progress should enhance understanding of the material covered in lecture.
7.

Chem Rain


Added 10/16/2006
This is a very interesting game to help the student learn organic reactions by "raining" reagents on the screen. Try it out for yourself!
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