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Organic chemistry: R and S naming (16)

Organic chemistry nomenclature: How to determine whether a stereocenter has R or S stereochemistry--i.e., how to name the "absolute configuration" of a stereocenter. These videos are offered on a "pay what you like" basis. You can pay for the use of the videos at my website: http://www.freelance-teacher.com/videos.htm These videos are designed to help students who are finding the material difficult, so I go very slowly, with lots of repetition and examples. If you don't find this material difficult, you might be very bored by these videos and might prefer to learn straight from a textbook. For a printable document containing the systematic method discussed in this video series, go to my website. For a playlist containing all the videos in this series, click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxIOrK6wF70&feature=PlayList&p=6B957213153CF907&index=0&playnext=1 (1) How to determine priorities (2) How to determine priorities (3) How to determine priorities (4) How to determine priorities (5) Case 1: Priority 4 pointing into the page (6) Case 1: Priority 4 pointing into the page (7) The single-swap rule (8) Case 2: Priority 4 pointing out of the page or in the plane of the page (9) Case 2: Priority 4 pointing out of the page or in the plane of the page (10) Case 2: Priority 4 pointing out of the page or in the plane of the page (11) Case 2: Priority 4 pointing out of the page or in the plane of the page (12) R and S naming with multiple stereocenters (13) Multiple stereocenters (14) Harder priorities (15) Harder priorities (16) Harder priorities (17) Harder priorities (18) "D"--deuterium (19) Reversing the process: How to draw a stereocenter that corresponds to a given name (20) Drawing a stereocenter that corresponds to a given name (21) Chair cyclohexane (22) Chair cyclohexane tags: education college student school
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