Chemistry 14C Student Written Tutorials

These tutorials were written by Chem 14C students, and may contain errors. They are not eligible for error bounty extra credit points.

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Relationship Between Resonance, Conjugation, and Aromaticity
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How to Determine Aromaticity: The Lone Pair Predicament
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Counting Pi Electrons and Electrons Involved in Aromaticity
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Nitrogen Inversion in Regards to Stereochemistry
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How to Draw, Classify, and Rank Newman Projections
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The Fundamental Basics of Nitrogen Inversion
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A Guide to the Anomeric Carbon
9

Biomolecules Survey Part I: Carbohydrates
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Determining D or L for Cyclic Carbohydrate (YouTube video)
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How to Determine Conjugation!
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D-Glucose turning into D-Glucopyranose
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All About the Chair Conformation
16

Acyclic to Cyclic Carbohydrates: A Focus on Glucose
17

Meso Compounds
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Hybridization and Its Implications
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A Guide to Solving Mass Spectrometry Problems
20

Resonance, Resonance, Resonance
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Conjugation and Color
22

Infrared Spectroscopy: How to Use the Five Zone Approach to Identify Functional Groups
26

Some Simple Steps to Mass Spec
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Proton NMR Spectroscopy: How to Identify Proton Equivalence
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Speculations on Mass Spec
30

Introduction to Conjugation
31

Molecular Vibrations and Infrared Spectroscopy
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Differentiating in Spectroscopy: Putting it all together.
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Get In the Zone: The Basics of Reading Infrared Spectrometry Graphs
34

How to Find Proton NMR (Hydrogen-1 NMR or 1H NMR) Equivalency and Peak Assignment
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Introduction to Mass Spectrometry  (YouTube video)
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Proton NMR Spectroscopy: Signal Splitting
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Solving Spectroscopy Problems
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Position of Signals: The Chemical Shift
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Staying Positive About Proton Equivalency
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Spin-Spin Couplin'
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Proton Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (1H-NMR) Spectroscopy: Eating Up Our Jigsaw Puzzle Cake!
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1H-NMR Spectroscopy Implications
46

The Infrared One-Two
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Roomies and Neighbors: The Implications of Splitting and Integrals in 1H-NMR
48

Solving Spectroscopy Problems Step by Step - Figuring out the implications in 1H-NMR
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All About Solving Proton-NMR
50

How to Calculate DBE
51

Shielding vs. Deshielding
52

H-NMR Implications
53

Determining H-NMR Equivalency and Non-equivalency
54

How to Draw Accurate Newman Projections
55

How to Name Carbohydrates
56

Solving Spectroscopy Problems: Putting It All Together
57

Noncovalent Molecular Forces
58

Use the Force
60

X-ray Crystallography 101: The Whos, Whats, and Whys
63

Matching Structures in Mixtures with Given H-NMR Data
64

Acids and Bases - The Influence of Structure on Reactivity
65

H-Rule and N-Rule
66

13C-NMR: Cracking Those Carbons
67

Chemical Arrows: When Should I Use What Kind of Arrow?
68

Loki of Asgard, Penguin of Hedrick Hall, and X-ray Crystallography
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All About Assembling
70

How to Quickly Solve Spectroscopy Problems
71

Biomolecules: A Complete Summary
72

Enantiomers, Diastereomers, and Meso Compounds 101
73

Guide to Understanding X-ray Crystallography
74

Noncovalent Molecular Forces Summed Up
75

Quick Review of Resonance, Aromaticity, and Conjugation
76

Get Your Forces Right
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X-ray Crystallography: Procedure and Instrumentation
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H-NMR: Implications
79

How Do We Determine Which Molecule Is More Basic?
80

Lipids 101
81

Become a Pro at Proteins
82

Necessary Nomenclature Knowledge
83

Opposites Attract Relationship within Chemistry: Curved Arrows, Electrophiles, and Nucleophiles
84

Knowing Nucleic Acids
85

Learn Your Lipids
87

Know Your Inner Fatty: All About Lipids
88

Chemistry 14C Review for Part B of the Final (PowerPoint)
89

Noncovalent Bonds and Boiling Points in a Nutshell
90

Biomolecules 101: Proteins
91

Lipids and Their Structures