OpenChemistry Lecture Videos

Lecture 1: Infrared Spectroscopy: Introduction, Theory, Instrumentation, and Sample Preparation
 
Lecture 2: Infrared Spectroscopy: C,H,O- Containing Functional Groups
 
Lecture 3: Effect of Ring Size Conjugation Electron-Withdrawing Groups
 
Lecture 4: Mass Spectrometry: Theory, Instrumentation, and Techniques
 
Lecture 5: Isotopic Masses: Isotopic Abundances, and High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry
 
Lecture 5A: Isotopic Masses: Isotopic Abundances, and High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry
 
Lecture 6: Fragmentation in EIMS: Alkanes, Alkenes, Heteroatom Compounds, Carbonyl Compounds
 
Lecture 6A: Fragmentation in EIMS: Alkanes, Alkenes, Heteroatom Compounds, Carbonyl Compounds
 
Lecture 7: Introduction to NMR Spectroscopy: Concepts and Theory, Part 1
 
Lecture 8: Introduction to NMR Spectroscopy: Concepts and Theory, Part 2
 
Lecture 9: Chemical Shift. 1H NMR Chemical Shifts
 
Lecture 10: 13C NMR Chemical Shifts. Chemical Equivalence and Spin-Spin Coupling
 
Lecture 11: Magnetic Equivalence, Spin Systems, and Pople Notation
 
Lecture 12: Coupling Analysis in First-Order and Near-First-Order Systems
 
Lecture 13: Coupling Analysis in First-Order and Near-First-Order Systems (continued)
 
Lecture 14: Spin-Spin Coupling in Stereochemistry and Structure Determination
 
Lecture 15: Coupling Involving Other Nuclei
 
Lecture 16: The Importance of 13C chemical Shifts in Structure & Stereochemistry Determination
 
Lecture 17: Introduction to 2D NMR Spectroscopy
 
Lecture 18: Dynamic Effects of NMR Spectroscopy
 
Lecture 19: The Nuclear Overhauser Effect in Stereochemistry and Structure Determination
 
Lecture 20: Understanding Complex Pulse Sequences
 
Lecture 21: Using HMBC to Help Solve Structures: "Putting the Pieces Togetehr"
 
Lecture 22: Aspects of COSY, HMQC, and Related Experiments
 
Lecture 23: Using TOCSY to Elucidate Spin Systems. ROESY
 
Lecture 24: Using Organic Spectroscopy to Solve Complex Structures
 
Lecture 25: Inadequate. Some Thoughts on Homework Set 9
 
Lecture 26: Using Organic Spectroscopy to Solve Complex Structures, Part 2
 
Lecture 27: Using HMQC-TOCSY or HSQC-TOCSY to Deal with Overlap
 
Lecture 28: Some Other Useful NMR Techniques