NOC:Principles of Organic Synthesis


Lecture 1 - Aldol Reaction


Lecture 2 - Perkin, Claisen and Thorpe Reactions


Lecture 3 - Reaction of Enolates


Lecture 4 - Mannich Reaction


Lecture 5 - Reaction of Alkenes and Carbonyl Compounds


Lecture 6 - Friedel-Crafts and Prins Reactions


Lecture 7 - Grignard Reagents


Lecture 8 - Organolithium Reagents


Lecture 9 - Organocopper, Organozinc and Organomercury Reagents


Lecture 10 - Ritter Reaction and Gabriel Synthesis


Lecture 11 - Reactions of imines and enamines, synthesis of alkaloids and amino acids


Lecture 12 - Reactions of electrophilic and nucleophilic nitrogens, synthesis of amino acids and peptides


Lecture 13 - Principles, effect of substituents and carbon-carbon bond formation


Lecture 14 - Formylation/acylation and related reactions


Lecture 15 - Nitration, Sulfonation and other reactions


Lecture 16 - Principle, Substitution mechanism and reactions of Benzyne


Lecture 17 - Schiemann Reaction, Ullmann reaction and Stephens-Castro coupling


Lecture 18 - Ziegler Alkylation, Chichibabin Reaction, Von Richter Rearrangement, Smiles Rearrangement, Bamberger Rearrangement and Bucherer Reaction


Lecture 19 - Preparation, properties and reactions


Lecture 20 - Coupling reactions, Japp-Klingemann reaction and Tiffeneau-Demjanov rearrangement


Lecture 21 - Applications of diazonium salts


Lecture 22 - Wagner-Meerwein rearrangment, Pinacol rearrangment, Benzilic acid rearrangment and Arndt-Eistert synthesis


Lecture 23 - Rearrangement of halogen, oxygen, sulfur and nitrogen containing centre


Lecture 24 - Rearrangement to electron-Rich carbon


Lecture 25 - Reactivity and several reactions


Lecture 26 - Reactions of sulfur and silicon containing reagents


Lecture 27 - Preparation and reactions of organoborane and organotin reagents


Lecture 28 - Formation of carbon-carbon and carbon-halogen bonds


Lecture 29 - Cu, Mn, Sm, and Sn Based Reactions, Acyloin Condensation


Lecture 30 - C-N, C-O bond formation and decarboxylation