U.CAN Understand Curved Arrow Notation

These animations of organic reaction mechanisms developed by Grigoriy Sereda (Professor of chemistry) at the University of South Dakota have been used by many organic chemistry teachers around the world, contributed to the US National Science Library and Merlot database. Analysis of the resource's pedagogical impact has been published in Sereda G. Chem. Educator 10 2005 1, 46-49 DOI 10.1333/s00897050862a

  Free-radical bromination of propane. Explanations
Electrophilic hydrobromination of propene. Explanations
Free-radical hydrobromination of propene. Explanations
Electrophilic bromination of cis-2-butene. Explanations
Carbocation rearrangement. Explanations
SN2 reaction. Explanations
SN1 reaction. Explanations
E1 reaction. Explanations
E2 reaction. Explanations
Epoxide formation. Explanations
Acidic cleavage of epoxides. Explanations
Alkaline cleavage of epoxides. Explanations
Diels-Alder reaction. Explanations
Electrophilic Bromination of benzene. Explanations
Cyanohydrin synthesis. Explanations
Fischer esterification. Explanations
Alkaline hydrolysis of ethylacetate. Explanations
Beckman rearrangement. Explanations
Aldol condensation with explanations
Claisen condensation with explanations
Alkaline hydrolysis of esters with explanations
Fischer esterification with explanations
SN1 reaction with explanations
SN2 reaction with explanations
Acidic trans-esterification with explanations
Alkaline trans-esterification with explanations

Grigoriy Sereda and the University of South Dakota, 1997-2005

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