"Connectivity is really only part of the story; the arrangement of the atoms in space really is what matters in defining function. Chemistry therefore is largely about structure and learning chemistry is about learning to recognize structure."

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Chapter 1, INTRODUCTION & REVIEW
Lewis-Kekule Structures <*> Bronsted Acids & Bases <*> Lewis Acids & Bases

Chapter 2, STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES OF ORGANIC MOLECULES
Hybridization <*> Intermolecular Bonding <*> Hydrogen Bonding

Chapter 3, STRUCTURE AND STEREOCHEMISTRY OF ALKANES
Alkanes <*> Cycloalkanes <*> Bicycloalkanes <*> Spiroalkanes

Chapter 4, THE STUDY OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS
Neutral Radicals <*> Transition States for Hydrogen Abstraction

Chapter 5, STEREOCHEMISTRY
Enantiomers <*> Diastereoisomers

Chapter 6, ALKYL HALIDES: NUCLEOPHILIC SUBSTITUTION AND ELIMINATION
Alkyl Halides <*> SN1(tert.-BuCl to tert.-BuOH) <*> SN2 (MeCl to MeOH) <*> Carbenium Ions <*> E2(Me2EtC-Cl) <*> E1(tert.-BuCl) <*> E2(chlorocyclohexane) <*> Carbanions

Chapter 7, STRUCTURE AND SYNTHESIS OF ALKENES
E,Z-Isomers <*> cis/trans-Isomers <*> Alkenes <*> Cycloalkenes <*> Dienes <*> Allenes <*> Trienes <*> Tetraenes

Chapter 8, REACTIONS OF ALKENES
Electrophilic Addition to Alkenes <*> Important Reagents in Alkene Chemistry <*> Ozonolysis

Chapter 9, ALKYNES
Internal & Terminal Alkynes <*> Symmetrical & Unsymmetrical Alkynes <*> Cyclic Alkynes <*> Acetylide <*> Vinyl Cation

Chapter 10, STRUCTURE AND SYNTHESIS OF ALCOHOLS
Alcohols <*> Diols <*> Triols

Chapter 11, REACTIONS OF ALCOHOLS
Thionyl Chloride Route to Alkyl Chlorides <*> Phosphorus Tribromide Route to Alkyl Bromides (soon to come) <*> Sulfonate Esters

Chapter 12, INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY AND MASS SPECTROSCOPY
Radical Cations <*> Ionization-Fragmentation Sequences

Chapter 13, NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY
TMS Standard <*> Ring Current in Benzene and Annulene

Chapter 14, ETHERS, EPOXIDES, AND SULFIDES
Ethers <*> Cyclic Ethers <*> Epoxides <*> Arene Oxides <*> Thiols <*> Sulfides <*> Sulfonium Ions

Chapter 15, CONJUGATED SYSTEMS, ORBITAL SYMMETRY, AND ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROSCOPY
Donor-Acceptor Systems I: PABA <*> Extended Conjugation I: Acetone and Methyl Vinyl Ketone <*> Extended Conjugation II: Polyenes <*> Extended Conjugation III: Oxygen versus Ozone <*> pH-Induced Change in Conjugation I: Phenol and Phenolate <*> pH-Induced Change in Conjugation II: Phenolphthalein

Chapter 16, AROMATIC COMPOUNDS
Aromatic Compounds <*> Aromatic Compounds of Special Interest <*> Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs)

Chapter 17, REACTIONS OF AROMATIC COMPOUNDS
Electrophilic Aromatic Substitutions <*> Benzyne Mechanism

Chapter 18, KETONES AND ALDEHYDES
Carbonyl Compounds in Nature <*> Dicarbonyl Compounds <*> Nitrogen Derivatives of Carbonyl Compounds

Chapter 19, AMINES
Nomenclature of Amines <*> Alkaloids <*> Drugs

Chapter 20, CARBOXYLIC ACIDS
Types of Carboxylic Acids <*> Carboxylic Acid Dimers

Chapter 21, CARBOXYLIC ACID DERIVATIVES
Survey of Carbonyl Compounds Including the Acid Derivatives

Chapter 22, ALPHA SUBSTITUTION AND CONDENSATION OF ENOLS AND ENOLATE IONS
Keto-Enol Tautomerism <*> Enolate Ions and Their Formation <*> Halogenation of Carbonyl Compounds <*> Aldol Reaction and Aldolase <*> Claisen Condensation

Chapter 23, CARBOHYDRATES AND NUCLEIC ACIDS
Sugars <*> Glucosamine (Heparin) <*> Nucleic Acid Bases <*> Watson Crick Base Pairs <*> Thymine and Uracil Dimers <*> Photolyase

Chapter 24, AMINO ACIDS, PEPTIDES, AND PROTEINS
Amino Acids (soon to come) <*> Hexokinase <*> Serine Protease <*> HIV Protease

Chapter 25, LIPIDS
Components of Lipids <*> Lipids <*> Lipase

Chapter 26, SYNTHETIC POLYMERS
Monomers <*> Pieces of Polymer