An organic chemistry model kit will be a huge help to understanding this difficult 3-dimensional topic.
But where do you draw the line between effective study aid and tedious annoying time-wasting-on-exam crutch?
In this video I’ll walk you through how to use your organic chemistry model kit. From the unboxing of my go-to Molecular Visions Model Kit kit to building and identifying molecules for isomers, Newman Projections, Chair Conformations, Chirality/Stereochemistry and more.
You’ll also see what each piece represents, popular topics, shortcuts, and more.
(Watch on YouTube: Model Kit. Click cc on the bottom right for transcription.)
Links & Resources Mentioned In This Video
- Organic Chemistry Syllabus Companion
- Model Kit in this Video
- Do Not Rely on your Organic Chemistry Model Kit
- How to Draw Skeletal Structures of Organic Compounds
- Newman Projections
- Chair Conformations
- Chirality and Stereochemistry
- Fischer Projections
- Organic Chemistry Study Hall
(I get a small referral bonus if you purchase your model kit using my Amazon referral link at no extra cost to you.)