Organic Chemistry Links
An excellent on-line organic chemistry textbook; by Professor William Reusch at Michigan State University.
By Professor Douglass F. Taber at University of Delaware
SynArchive : A total synthesis database
The Khan Academy is a not-for-profit organization with the goal of changing education for the better by providing a free world-class education to anyone anywhere. You can see many videos which give you clear explanations!
Useful information of organic chemistry by Professor Hans Reich at University of Wisconsin Madison
A publication of reliable methods for the preparation of organic compounds
Six second year lectures given at Imperial College by Professor Henry Rzepa.
ACS Organic Division made a great list for the resources of organic chemistry
This course is the advanced organic chemistry that was taught by Professor David A. Evans at Harvard. This is mainly for G1 (the first graduate year) and some undergraduates take this course. Take a look of the lecture notes and try some exams!
By Professor Jón T. Njarðarson at Arizona University
By Professor Darrell J. Woodman at University of Washington
UC Berkeley also posted many lectures. http://www.youtube.com/user/UCBerkeley
You can go the organic chemistry "Aldehyde" lecture from this link. Find topics you are interested!
You can see reactions. Contributed by the University of Liverpool.
Chemistry Terms: Reference Links herein
By Professor Matt McIntosh at University of Arkansas
From the University of Liverpool.
This page began at University of Wisconsin; continued at other schools. A series of short tests on numerous concepts for most chemistry subdisciplines (not only Organic). This page is from the Journal of Chemical Education.
The problems are meant to be useful study tools for students involved in most undergraduate organic chemistry courses.
By Professor Evans at Harvard University. Try some problems!
Weekly problem by Trauner's group.
Click "GROUP MEETING PROBLEMS."
You can challenge the problems---Draw the mechanism!!
Useful Links for Organic Laboratory
Chemistry Laboratory Techniques, IAP 2004. You can watch nice instruction for organic lab!
Demystifying Synthetic Organic Laboratory Technique by Professor Alison Frontier at University of Rochester.
Interactive Pressure–Temperature Nomograph at Aldrich. You can find a boiling point under reduced pressure easily!
NMR firstname.lastname@example.org. This page allows to predict the spectrum from the chemical structure based on "Spinus" (http://www2.chemie.uni-erlangen.de/services/spinus/index.html)
Database of Proton NMR by Professor Hans J. Reich at University of Wisconsin, Madison
The NMRShiftDB software is open source. It allows for spectrum prediction (13C, 1H and other nuclei) as well as for searching spectra, structures and other properties.
This is a free site organized by National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan.
A community for teachers and students of inorganic chemistry
RSC: Interactive periodic table with element scarcity, discovery dates, melting and boiling points, group, block and period information.
Link to a cleaning service company. Their collection of "chemistry behind cleaning" will be useful to explain how things can be cleaned by chemistry.