Tag: organic chemistry
Organic Chemistry I: Tips for Mechanism
These are the only notes I understand from my organic chemistry class 😦 Hopefully you can make better sense of it than I can!
Organic Chemistry: Rules for Resonance Structures
Organic chemistry makes me believe that there is a God. Even within the same structure, there’s many possibilities of other structures. I don’t care how they’ve explained it. The overlaps between p orbitals is simply divine.
Organic Chemistry: The Energy it Takes
In this blog post, I will explain how an atom can bond to so many different things, and how it does that. This blog post will deal with hybridization and atomic orbitals forming bonds. For the purposes of my course, I will be dealing with s, p, sp, sp2, and sp3 orbitals.
Organic Chemistry: Dimensions and Dipoles
Shapes of molecules are super important in organic chemistry. like everything else…
Organic Chemistry: Acids and Bases
One thing I hate about organic chemistry is one topic can be a inch across, but a mile deep. Such is the life of acids and bases: this topics relate heavily to reactivity, and its parts to make its conjugate base and H3O-.