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Interactive video lesson plan for: Organic Chemistry 2 Final Exam Review Multiple Choice Test - 100 Practice Problems

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This organic chemistry trailer video final exam review tutorial contains about 15 out of 100 multiple choice practice test questions with solutions / answers. It has plenty of practice problems for you to work on.

The other 85 practice problems can be found here:
https://vimeo.com/ondemand/orgochem2finalexam

Here's a list of topics contained in this video.
1. Tollen's Reagent - Ag2O, OH-, Ag(NH3)2+ - Oxidation of Aldehydes to Carboxylic Acids
2. Radical Bromination - Benzylic Carbon / Side Chain Reaction - Br2 / hv
3. IR Spectrum of Carboxylic Acids & Alkynes
4. Benzene to m-ChloroBenzoic Acid Reaction Sequence - CH3Cl / AlCl3, KMNO4 / H3O+, and Cl2 / AlCl3
5. Benzoyl Chloride to Ethyl Benzoate Using CH3CH2OH
6. Cyclohexanol With PCC Oxidation Followed By Ph3P, 2-Iodobutane, and Butyl Lithium - Wittig Reaction
7. How To Identify The Diene & Dienophile Reactants of the Diels Alder Reaction
8. Intramolecular Aldol Reaction - 2,6 - heptadione to produce 3-methyl-2-cyclohexenone
9. Direct Alkylation of Ketones / Cyclohexanone Using LDA vs NaH - Thermodynamic vs Kinetic Product
10. Phenyl Benzoate - Benzoyl Chloride / AlCl3 - Friedel Crafts Acylation followed by H2N-NH2 / KOH - Wolff Kishner Reduction & Br2 / FeBr3 - Bromination
11. How To Determine Which Compound Is Not Aromatic - Pyrrole, Pyridine, 1,3-cyclohexadiene, & Thiophene
12. H-NMR Spectrum - Ether, Ester & a Benzene Derivative
13. Cyclic Ester / Lactam With CH3CH2Li - Organolithium Reagent
14. Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution Reactivity - Chlorination of Phenyl Ethanoate
15. Reaction Mechanisms - Nucleophilic Addition, Elimination - Addition, & Nucleophilic Acyl Substitution
16. Cyclopentane With NBS, Mg, CO2, & H3O+ To Make a Carboxylic Acid
17. Claisen Ester Condensation Reaction With Ethyl Propanoate Using NaOCH2CH3 In CH3CH2OH
18. Selective Reduction of Esters vs Ketones Using an Acetal Protecting Group - HOCH2CH2OH / H+ or Ethylene Glycol & LiAlH4
19. Carboxylic Acid to Aldehyde Using PBr3 or SOCl2 Followed By DiBAH or LiAlH(OR)3
20. Benzene Side Chain Reactions - Formation of an Alkene
21. Haloform Reaction Using Excess I2 & KOH
22. How To Find The Major Product of the Following Reaction Sequence - Propyne With NaNH2 / CH3Br, HgSO4 / H2O / H2SO4 Followed By Ph3P=CHCH3
23. How To Identify Which Carbocation Is Most Stable
24. Epoxide Ring Opening Using CH3CH2O- In Basic Conditions
25. Epoxide Ring Opening In Acidic Conditions Using CH3OH / H+
26. Dienes - Kinetic vs Thermodynamic Control With HBr
27. Carboxylic Acid Derivatives Reactivity - Acid Chlorides, Anhydrides, Esters, & Amides
28. Acetoacetic Ester Synthesis - KOCH3, CH3CH2Br Followed By H3O+ With Heat
29. How To Identify Which Alcohol Will React The Fastest With H3PO4 - Phosphoric Acid
30. Conjugative Vs Direct Addition Using (CH3CH2)2-CuLi Gilman Reagent vs CH3CH2MgBr Grignard Reagent
31. How To Identify Which Aldehyde Will Not Undergo an Aldol Reaction
32. IR Spectrum of Ketones, Aldehydes, Esters & Alcohols
33. Aldol Reaction of Benzaldehyde and Acetaldehde Using NaOH and H2O
34. Canizzaro Reaction of Benzaldehyde
35. Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution Reactivity With NaOCH3
36. How To Identify Which Carbonyl Compound Will Undergo Decarboxylation
37. HVZ Reaction - Carboxylic Acid With PBr3, Br2 / H+, Followed By H2O
38. Alpha Hydrogen Substitution Reactions With Br2 and H+
39. How To Identify Which Aniline Derivative Is The Weakest Base
40. Acid Catalyzed Cleavage of Ethers Using HI & Excess HBr
41. Diels Alder Reaction - Endo vs Exo Product
42. Ketone Reactivity - Steric Factors vs Electronic Factors
43. Carboxylic Acid To Anhydride Using SOCl2
44. IR Spectrum - Primary Amines, Amides, Aniline, & Secondary Amines
45. Mass Spectroscopy - Molecular Ion - M/Z ratio
46. C-NMR Spectrum - Benzene Derivatives & Esters
47. H-NMR Spectra - Aldehydes, Carboxylic Acids, Ketones, & Esters
48. Cyclohexanone With NaBH4, LiAlH4, Zn(Hg) HCl, and H2 with Raney Ni
49. Oxidation of Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Alcohols
50. Hoffman Rearrangement & Gabriel Synthesis of Primary Amines
51. Gatterman Koch Formylation, Ozonolysis, Hydroboration Oxidation, & Acid Hydrolysis of Imines to Form Ketones
52. Malonic Ester Synthesis - Substituted Carboxylic Acids
53. Claisen Ester Reaction - Beto Keto Ester Product
54. Stability of Enol Keto Tautomers
55. Desulfonation of Benzene Sulfonic Acid Using H3O+
56. Denitration. Nitrobenzene to Benzene Using Fe / HCl, NaNO2 HCl, Followed By H3PO2
57. How To Identify The Molecule That Will Absorb UV light at the longest wavelength
58. How To Identify The Weakest IR Signal - IR Active vs IR Inactive Functional groups
59. Rate of Base to Conjugate Acid Given pH and pKa
60. How To Rank Dienes In Order of Increasing Reactivity
61. Robinson Annulation Reaction - How To Identify The Michael Donor & Accpetor
62. Benzyne Intermediate - Chlorotoluene to methylaniline
63. Base Hydrolysis of Esters and Amides

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