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Nitrates, Amino Acids, and Amides

Lecture no. 18 from the course: Foundations of Organic Chemistry

Nitrates, Amino Acids, and Amides

Taught by Professor Ron B. Davis Jr. | 26 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Science Course

Nitroglycerine, dynamite, TNT. What do these explosives have in common? They all contain highly reactive compounds that combine nitrogen and oxygen in organics. Look closely at these and other materials in this in-depth lecture on functional groups containing nitrogen and oxygen that covers everything from nitrate esters to trinitrotoluene to amino acids.

36 Lectures

1
Image of Why Carbon?
Why Carbon?
0 of 34 min
2
Image of Structure of the Atom and Chemical Bonding
Structure of the Atom and Chemical Bonding
0 of 34 min
3
Image of Drawing Chemical Structures
Drawing Chemical Structures
0 of 30 min
4
Image of Drawing Chemical Reactions
Drawing Chemical Reactions
0 of 30 min
5
Image of Acid-Base Chemistry
Acid-Base Chemistry
0 of 30 min
6
Image of Stereochemistry—Molecular Handedness
Stereochemistry—Molecular Handedness
0 of 28 min
7
Image of Alkanes—The Simplest Hydrocarbons
Alkanes—The Simplest Hydrocarbons
0 of 34 min
8
Image of Cyclic Alkanes
Cyclic Alkanes
0 of 30 min
9
Image of Alkenes and Alkynes
Alkenes and Alkynes
0 of 34 min
10
Image of Alkyl Halides
Alkyl Halides
0 of 33 min
11
Image of Substitution Reactions
Substitution Reactions
0 of 31 min
12
Image of Elimination Reactions
Elimination Reactions
0 of 28 min
13
Image of Addition Reactions
Addition Reactions
0 of 32 min
14
Image of Alcohols and Ethers
Alcohols and Ethers
0 of 34 min
15
Image of Aldehydes and Ketones
Aldehydes and Ketones
0 of 31 min
16
Image of Organic Acids and Esters
Organic Acids and Esters
0 of 34 min
17
Image of Amines, Imines, and Nitriles
Amines, Imines, and Nitriles
0 of 30 min
18
Image of Nitrates, Amino Acids, and Amides
Nitrates, Amino Acids, and Amides
0 of 26 min
19
Image of Conjugation and the Diels-Alder Reaction
Conjugation and the Diels-Alder Reaction
0 of 31 min
20
Image of Benzene and Aromatic Compounds
Benzene and Aromatic Compounds
0 of 28 min
21
Image of Modifying Benzene—Aromatic Substitution
Modifying Benzene—Aromatic Substitution
0 of 29 min
22
Image of Sugars and Carbohydrates
Sugars and Carbohydrates
0 of 31 min
23
Image of DNA and Nucleic Acids
DNA and Nucleic Acids
0 of 29 min
24
Image of Amino Acids, Peptides, and Proteins
Amino Acids, Peptides, and Proteins
0 of 29 min
25
Image of Metals in Organic Chemistry
Metals in Organic Chemistry
0 of 27 min
26
Image of Synthetic Polymers
Synthetic Polymers
0 of 29 min
27
Image of UV-Visible Spectroscopy
UV-Visible Spectroscopy
0 of 31 min
28
Image of Infrared Spectroscopy
Infrared Spectroscopy
0 of 29 min
29
Image of Measuring Handedness with Polarimetry
Measuring Handedness with Polarimetry
0 of 26 min
30
Image of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
0 of 29 min
31
Image of Advanced Spectroscopic Techniques
Advanced Spectroscopic Techniques
0 of 34 min
32
Image of Purifying by Recrystallization
Purifying by Recrystallization
0 of 28 min
33
Image of Purifying by Distillation
Purifying by Distillation
0 of 31 min
34
Image of Purifying by Extraction
Purifying by Extraction
0 of 25 min
35
Image of Purifying by Chromatography
Purifying by Chromatography
0 of 27 min
36
Image of The Future of Organic Chemistry
The Future of Organic Chemistry
0 of 29 min

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a********m
October 3, 2016
Professor Ron B. Davis Jr. is a wonderful lecturer, and has been really helping me through my 1st year Chemistry course at Uni. The digital visual aids are extremely useful, and he explains things in a simple, efficient and cohesive way. Thank you! :)

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