Arrhenius, Bronsted-Lowry, and Lewis Acids and Bases in Organic Chemistry

As an organic chemistry student you will find yourself faced with acid/based questions again and again. From categorizing molecules to ranking their strength without pKa or pKb values. This isn’t terrible if/when you learn it correctly, however, your professor will assume you alredy know this. So s/he won’t teach it. Why? Because you’re expected to remember […]

Molecular Visions Model Kit

Purchase your own molecular visions model kit using my amazon referral link. If you purchase through my link I do get a small commission at no extra cost to you. Watch my unboxing video How to use your Organic Chemistry model kit.

Drawing Chair Conformations and Ring Flips for Cyclohexane

Studying chair conformations is likely one of the trickiest visual topics in organic chemistry, perhaps second only to Fischer projections. Not only are you required to learn a 3-dimensional concept, but you also have to manipulate that 3-D molecule on 2-dimensional paper. The average orgo student is not an artist, making this topic even trickier. […]

Video Transcript : Ionic, Polar Covalent and Non-Polar Covalent Bonding in Organic Chemistry

Below is the transcript of my tutorial video in Ionic, Polar Covalent and Non-Polar Covalent Bonding. (Click here to watch on YouTube) [Start Transcript] Leah here from leah4sci.com and in this Orgo basics video we’ll talk about bonding as it’ll show up in your Organic Chemistry course including Ionic Bonding, Polar covalent and non polar […]