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Published on Oct 5, 2010
This video picks up right where the General Chemistry Review video leaves off. After solidifying the key concepts from general chemistry, you're ready to start learning the fundamentals of organic chemistry. Here we talk about sources of reactivity...how to figure out which atoms/compounds are going to react and why. This includes formal charge, partial charge, functional groups, and resonance. We also introduce the concept of moving electrons and the curved arrows we use to represent that movement. Enjoy!
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