A Level Organic Chemistry Video Lessons

Learn Organic Chemistry from Singapore's top Chemistry tutor Maverick Puah the Chemistry Guru who has been conducting A Level H2 Chemistry Tuition Classes since 2010.

Check out his latest Organic Chemistry lesson on Triiodomethane or Iodoform Test:

New lessons on A Level Chemistry Syllabus are uploaded every week, so be sure to join his 1800+ subscribers on his YouTube Channel!

Here are his previous video lessons sorted by topic:

1. Introduction to Organic Chemistry

Hybridisation of Carbon in Organic Compounds

IUPAC Nomenclature for Organic Compounds

Structural Isomerism, Constitutional Isomerism

Stereoisomerism (Cis-Trans Isomerism and Optical Isomerism)

2. Hydrocarbons - Alkanes

Free Radical Substitution Mechanism for Alkanes

Predict Number of Monosubstituted Products for Free Radical Substitution

3. Hydrocarbons - Alkenes

Alkene Mechanism: How to describe Electrophilic Addition Mechanism for Alkenes

Saytzeff Rule, Zaitsev Rule: How to predict Major Product for Elimination Reaction

Markovnikov Rule and Predicting Alkene Major Product

Alkene Reactions

Strong Oxidation, Oxidative Cleavage of Alkenes

4. Hydrocarbons - Arenes

Benzene Reactions, Arene Reactions, Methylbenzene Reactions

Electrophilic Substitution Mechanism of Benzene

Oxidation of Alkyl Benzene

Position of Substitution of Benzene Substituents

5. Halogenoalkanes

Halogenoalkane Reactions, Alkyl Halide Reactions, Nitrile Reactions

Nucleophilic Substitution Mechanism of Halogenoalkane or Alkyl Halides

6. Alcohols

Alcohol Reactions, Phenol Reactions

Triiodomethane or Iodoform Test

7. Carbonyl Compounds

Carbonyl Compounds Reactions, Aldehyde Reactions, Ketone Reactions

Nucleophilic Addition, Carbonyl Compound Mechanism

8. Acid and Derivatives

Carboxylic Acid Reactions, Acyl Chloride Reactions, Ester Reactions

9. Nitrogen Compounds

Organic Chem Basicity: How to compare Basicity of Amines, Phenylamines and Amides

Amino Acids and Proteins: How to draw Alpha Amino Acids and Primary Structure of Proteins

Amine, Phenylamine or Aniline and Amide Reactions