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Aromatic Chemistry

This page lists the learning units from the topic "Aromatic Chemistry" in a reasonable order with regard to contents.

Aromatic Chemistry

Benzene: Introduction to Aromatic Compounds Level 240 min.

The learning unit introduces the topic aromatic compounds by the example benzene. 

Aromaticity: Aromatic or not? Level 225 min.

The learning unit explains how one can determine whether or not a compound is aromatic. 

Introduction to Benzene's Chemistry Level 230 min.

The learning unit is an introduction to the chemistry of benzene. 

Nomenclature of Aromatic Compounds Level 230 min.

The learning unit describes the nomenclature of aromatic compounds. 

Annulenes, Heterocyclic and Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds Level 220 min.

The learning unit is a short overview of annulenes as well as heterocyclic and polycyclic aromatic compounds. 

Reactions of Aromatic Compounds - Ar-SE - Basics and Theory Level 230 min.

First, the learning unit describes the mechanism of electrophilic aromatic substitution inclusive of energetics, intermediates, and transition states. Further, it is discussed in which way the inductive and mesomeric effects of first substituents influence the reactivity of substituted aromatic compounds in second substitution. 

Reactions of Aromatic Compounds - Examples of Ar-SE Reaction Level 230 min.

The learning unit describes some important examples of electrophilic aromatic substitution, such as nitration, sulfonation, halogenation, Friedel-Crafts alkylation, Friedel-Crafts acylation, diazotization, and diazo coupling. 

Reactions of Aromatic Compounds - Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution Ar-SN Level 230 min.

The learning unit describes the nucleophilic aromatic substitution including the mechanism, intermediates, transition states, etc.. Finally, the preparation and the structure of dehydroarenes (arynes) is depicted. 

Aromatic Chemistry - collected basic and advanced subjects in larger chapters

Aromatic Compounds (Overview) Level 2150 min.

The learning unit is an introduction to the chemistry, the structure, and the qualities of aromatic compounds. 

Reactions of Aromatic Compounds (overall) Level 290 min.

First, the learning unit describes the mechanism of electrophilic aromatic substitution including the energetics, intermediates, and transition states. Further, it is discussed in which way the inductive and mesomeric effects of first substituents influence the reactivity of substituted aromatic compounds in second substitution. Then, the nucleophilic aromatic substitution's mechanism is explained inclusive of intermediates, transition states, etc.. Finally, the preparation and the structure of dehydroarenes (arynes) is depicted.