Introduction of Organic Chemistry

STPM Chemistry Form 6 – Introduction of Organic Reaction (Part 3 – Final)

25 August 2011

Inductive effects are the effects of charge transmission by electrostatic induction through a chain of atoms in a molecule. The inductive effects is usually measured through the Hammett equation which describes the linear free-energy relationship of reaction rates and equilibrium constants. Fortunately, the scope covered in STPM Chemistry is not too large. You’ll learn all [...]

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STPM Chemistry Form 6 – Introduction of Organic Reaction (Part 2)

23 August 2011

Sites of organic reactions refers to the sites within molecules where there are additional or a deficit of electrons. Read all about it here on Berry Berry Easy in this post, Part 2 in the chapter of Introduction to Organic Chemistry for STPM Chemistry. It is important to understand the reaction sites in terms of [...]

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STPM Chemistry Form 6 – Introduction of Organic Reaction (Part 1)

22 August 2011

Organic reactions for STPM Form 6 Chemistry simply means chemical reactions which involves organic compounds. From it, you’ll learn about basic organic chemistry reaction types with focus on reaction types such as substitution reactions, elimination reactions and addition reactions. (Other common reaction types like pericyclic reactions, rearrangement reactions, photochemical reactions and the familiar redox reactions [...]

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