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Detailed Notes for Organic Chemistry 1

These notes contain all information covered in lecture and the textbook from the entire semester of Organic Chemistry 1. Topics are organized into chapters from the textbook Organic Chemistry 8th Edition by William Brown. The 95 pages included in these notes cover: Stereoisomerism and Chirality Acids and Bases Alkanes, Alkenes, and Alkynes Compound Nomenclature Retrosynthetic Analysis Reaction Mechanisms more! Using these notes in addition to attending every lecture enabled me to score the highest grade in my class on the difficult Organic Chemistry 1 final.

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