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Info on reactions (inc. named items), electron pushing, acid/base catalysis, natural pdt. syntheses

  • Total Syntheses Indexed by Named Reactions (Hans Reich's Collection - DOC): set of ~700 total synthesis schemes indexed by named reactions
  • Reaction Topics

  • Other Sites on Named Reactions

    • 'ReactionFlash™ App' (developed by Elsevier and Prof.Erick M.Carreira, ETH-Zürich): over 1000 named reactions, their mechanisms and examples published in peer-reviewed literature
    • ReactionGuessr: a guess named reaction game, developed by Vincent Le Fouler
  • Lists of Total Syntheses (Reaction Schemes are included)

    • 'Synthesis Workshop' by Dr. Matthew Horwitz: an open access video podcast, including four complementary modules - Total Synthesis, Named Reactions, Research Spotlights, and Culture of Chemistry
    • University of Utah, Dept of Chemistry Synthesis Club: provides students a platform to hone their presentation skills and get exposure to relevant synthetic topics outside the focus of their research project(s)

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Chemical Data

Info on pKa values, nucleophile/electrophiles, A-values, solvents, physical constants, etc.

  • Nucleophile/Electrophile Reactivity

  • Solvents

    • Solvent Strength Translator: predict a solvent system composition that would give similar eluotropic strength
  • Periodic Tables

Spectroscopy Resources

Info on: NMR (1H, 13C, 19F 31P, 11B, 77Se), IR, UV, MS spectroscopy and links to spectra databases

  • General

  • General NMR

  • NMR Data

  • Multinuclear NMR Data

  • Mass Spectroscopy

  • UV Spectroscopy

  • IR Spectroscopy

  • Databases of Spectra

  • Problems

    • NMR Problems - Rainer Haeßner (www.nmr.tips): Sets of NMR problems and with interactive walk-through solutions. An overview of all problems can be viewed on this page

Organic Compound Info

Info on naming organic compounds, functional groups, assigning R/S. and organic compound types

  • Nomenclature

  • Stereochemistry

  • Organometallic Topics

  • Organic Compound Special Types

  • Databases

    • ChEMBL (RSC): manually curated databases of bioactive molecules with drug-like properties (~6900 compounds, ~9800 bioactivities)
  • Sites on Some General Info on Organic Compounds

Safety Resources

Links to useful resources for safe operations of organic chemistry laboratories

  • Safety Data Sheet (SDS) lookup by ChemInfo: SDS quick lookup by brand, catalog number, or CAS number from Acros, Maybridge, Fisher, TCI, Fluorochem

Chemical Societies and Portals

Links to chemical societies especially those that have a focus on or related to organic chemistry

Literature Sources

Links to literature resources (i.e. lists of journals with an organic chemistry focus)

Laboratory Techniques

Links to resources for doing various general laboratory procedures in organic chemistry labs

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  • Working with Nitrogen Line: the Waser group at EPFL, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Titration of Organolithium: compiled by Emslie group (McMaster University), hosted by the Waser group at EPFL, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Transfer of Chemicals Using Syringes: the Waser group at EPFL, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Cooling Baths: compiled by the Waser group at EPFL, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Solvent Degassing by Freeze-Pump-Thaw: the Waser group at EPFL, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Gas Handling: the Waser group at EPFL, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland

Useful Software

Links to software applications that are likely useful for a broad selection of organic chemists

  • Chemical Drawing Programs

    • ChemBioDraw Tutorial Videos by Pierre Morieux

      • ChemDraw Magic 4: How to REALLY use ChemDraw 17, Using Hotkeys
      • ChemDraw Magic 3: Dendrimers, Delivered
  • Computational Chemistry

  • Chemical Inventory and/or Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN)

    • 'Open Enventory': free, open-source chemical inventory & ELN

      • Modified Version by Dr. Khoi Van: Dr. Khoi Van added some extra functions as well as some modification for U.S.-based users. Used by Texas A&M University, labs at Baylor University, labs at MIT.
    • 'Sciformation' by Dr. Felix Rudolphi: Paid software for ELN, Inventory, LIMS, with broader applications beyond chemistry
    • 'LabCup': Paid software for Chemical Inventory and Laboratory Management
  • Diagram Drawing Programs

    • Chemix: online editor for drawing science lab diagrams and school experiment apparatus.
    • Biorender: online editor for drawing science diagrams with a library of life science related icons.
  • Others

    • Awesome Cheminformatics: A curated list of Cheminformatics software, resources, and libraries.
    • Awesome Python Chemistry: A curated list of Python frameworks, libraries, software and resources related to Chemistry
    • Cheminfo.org: variety of tools for cheminformatics, including but not limited to: SDS lookup, search by exact mass in Pubchem, Wikipedia Chemical view, etc.
    • Search by exact mass in Pubchem: Search Pubchem database for compounds using provided exact mass
    • Chemcalc.org: collection of mass calculators: molecular formula to exact mass; mass to prediction of molecular formula; proteins/polymer mass distributions analyses; Mass spec exercises
    • Splotch.io: mobile app for organizing and annotating TLC data.

Resources for Educators and Students

Links and resources for educators and students in teaching and learning organic chemistry

  • Lecture Notes

    • 'Advanced Organic Chemistry', Prof. David Evans (Harvard): Chem 206 course notes
    • 'Advanced Organic Chemistry', Eugene Kwan (Harvard): A set of reinterpretation of the Chem 206 course notes created by Professor David A. Evans
    • Heterocyclic Chemistry' (Prof. Phil Baran, The Scripps Research Institute): Also see Organic Chemistry Videos section for videos.
    • 'NMR Spectroscopy' (Hans Reich's Collection - DOC): Chem 605 course
    • 'Organic Synthesis', Prof. Andrew Myers (Harvard): Chemistry 115 Handouts, created as part of an advanced course on the synthesis of complex molecules
    • 'Organometallic Chemistry' (Hans Reich's Collection - DOC): Chem 842 course
    • Aliphatic C–H oxidation (Prof. M. Christina White, University of Illinois): graduate or advanced undergraduate level lecture. Also available in Chinese.
    • 'Synthetic Design' (Prof. Dirk Trauner, New York University): course focuses on organic reactions, reaction mechanisms, and the strategic applications of reactions in organic synthesis
    • Sigman Group MLR Short Course (Prof. Matthew Sigman, University of Utah): video series describing the basic process the Sigman group uses to build multivariate linear regression models that describe chemical systems. This series is meant to be a starting point for chemists interested in using data science to study organic chemistry.
  • Group Meeting Notes

  • Questions and Problem Sets

    • Organic Chemistry Problems (Prof. Joseph J. Topczewski, University of Minnesota): example problems and answers for students at the introductory graduate student level or advanced undergraduate level
    • Organic Chemistry Practice Problems (Prof. William Reusch, Michigan State University): problems and answers in most undergraduate organic chemistry courses
    • 'ReactionFlash™ App' (developed by Elsevier and Prof.Erick M.Carreira, ETH-Zürich): over 1000 named reactions, their mechanisms and examples published in peer-reviewed literature
    • Advanced Problems in Organic Chemistry (APOC) (Android): developed by Niels Sievertsen, provide over 900 challenging organic problems sets by professor Evans (Harvard). Also available for iOS
    • University of Utah, Dept of Chemistry Synthesis Club: seminar slides, problem sets, reagents/named reactions slides
    • RealOrganicChemistry Problem Sets: a collection of organic chemistry reactions taken from the scientific literature, with the intent of providing real-life practice problems for introductory organic chemistry students. Developed by Prof. Dennis D. Cao, Macalester College
  • Tutorials

    • MolSSI Education Resources: Free online tutorial materials including Programming, Software Development, and Computational Molecular Science.
    • Nadia Laschuk tutorial videos: tutorials for beginner for ChemDraw, Origin, Mnova, Topspin
    • CGFigures (Dr. Joseph G. Manion): Blender tutorials for scientists trying to get started with 3D software to make better figures

Organic Chemistry Videos

Links to collections and individual (significant/historical) videos about organic chemistry-often lectures

  • 'Synthesis Workshop' by Dr. Matthew Horwitz: an open access video podcast, including four complementary modules - Total Synthesis, Named Reactions, Research Spotlights, and Culture of Chemistry

Other Sites and Resources

Links on topics related to organic chemistry that do not fit in the other categories on this page

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  • Accessibility, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

    • Diversify Chemistry: Highlighting the diverse community of chemists, aiming to help symposium organizers, award committees, search committees, etc. identify chemists who might diversify their pool.
    • Female Organic Chemists: Female Organic Chemists website and Female Organic Chemists in University Settings (FOCUS) database to highlight women in the field of organic chemistry. FOCUS database contains over 800 scientists representing over 35 countries
    • The Scoopula: A website founded to increase the accessibility of general advice, guidance, and resources for pursuing graduate school in chemistry
  • Chemistry Portals

  • MedChem/Pharma Links

  • Research Group Indices

  • Other Resource Collections

  • Internships and Fellowships

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