NOC:Stereochemistry


Lecture 1 - Constitution and Configuration


Lecture 2 - Chirality, Symmetry Elements


Lecture 3 - Project Ion Formulae Rules for Drawing


Lecture 4 - Project Ion Formulae Rules for Drawing


Lecture 5 - Newmann Projection, Saw Horse Projection, Wedge Formula


Lecture 6 - Chirotopicity and Stereogenicity


Lecture 7 - Absolute Configuration


Lecture 8 - Absolute Configuration (Continued...)


Lecture 9 - Problems on the above topics


Lecture 10 - Topicity


Lecture 11 - Axial Chirality in Allenes, Biphenyls


Lecture 12 - Relative Configuration, Prochiral Faces and Prochiral Centres


Lecture 13 - Chirality in Heteroatom Systems


Lecture 14 - Conformations and Conformers


Lecture 15 - Conformational Analysis of Acyclic Molecules


Lecture 16 - Conformational Analysis of Acyclic Molecules (Continued...)


Lecture 17 - Conformations of Acyclic Molecues Containing Heteroatoms


Lecture 18 - Conformations of Cyclic Systems


Lecture 19 - Conformations of Cyclic Systems (Continued...)


Lecture 20 - Conformation of Cyclobutane and Cyclopentane


Lecture 21 - Conformation of Cyclohexane


Lecture 22 - Energy Changes During Flipping


Lecture 23 - Energy Comparison between Chair and Boat Conformations


Lecture 24 - Conformational Analysis of Substituted Cyclohexanes


Lecture 25 - Conformational Analysis of Substituted Cyclohexanes (Continued...)


Lecture 26 - Conformational Analysis of Substituted Cyclohexanes (Continued...)


Lecture 27 - Conformational Analysis of Substituted Cyclohexanes (Continued...)


Lecture 28 - Conformational Analysis of Systems with Preference for Axial Groups


Lecture 29 - Conformation and Reactivity


Lecture 30 - Conformation and Reactivity (Continued...)


Lecture 31 - Conformation and Reactivity (Continued...)


Lecture 32 - Stereoelectronic Effects


Lecture 33 - Stereoelectronic Effects (Continued...)


Lecture 34 - Substitution and Elimination in Cyclohexane Systems


Lecture 35 - Stereospecific and Stereoselective Reactions and Asymmetric Synthesis (Elementary Idea)


Lecture 36 - Asymmetric Induction: Nucleophilic Addition to Chiral Carbonyl Compounds


Lecture 37 - Asymmetric Induction: Nucleophilic Addition to Chiral Carbonyl Compounds (Continued...)


Lecture 38 - Asymmetric Induction (Continued...)


Lecture 39 - Facial Selectivity and Examples of Asymmetric Synthesis


Lecture 40 - Revisiting the Contents Covered