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What's that smell? Smell's like Organic Chemistry! This week Hank talks about Aromatics and Cyclic Compounds and naming their substituents, resonance as well as common reactions & uses.
Table of Contents
Cyclic Organic Compounds & Naming Their Constituents 1:06
Aromatic Compounds 3:02
Naming Aromatic Compounds 5:05
Common Reactions & Uses 7:24
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