Naming Organic Compounds Series: Video 13
This tutorial video takes you through the IUPAC and common rules for naming epoxides or oxiranes. Examples include simple epoxides, substituted ring and larger molecules containing the epoxide or oxirane.
(Watch on YouTube: Epoxides. Click CC on bottom right for transcript.)
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This is Video 13 in the Naming Organic Compounds Video Series. Click HERE for the entire series.
Need a review on Functional Groups? Watch the Functional Groups Video, Download the Cheat Sheet, then try the Quiz.
could u please make more videos ant mechanism of ethers. cause this video was great
Saifullah Khan says
Thank you so much Madam and Leah4Sci.com , it very helpful
i love your videos thxxxx^^ ,,but i’m wondering how to name a cyclic ether !!
I haven’t covered that in a video. See if your professor wants you to memorize common names
It was very well explained…..thnks
Very helpful videos! Do you have a list somewhere of the order of priority of the functional groups? I’m never quite sure which one takes precedence. Thanks!
Julia: There’s a priority group linked to my article on MasterOrganicChemistry here: https://www.masterorganicchemistry.com/2014/10/21/organic-chemistry-iupac-nomenclature-demystified-with-a-simple-puzzle-piece-approach/
its really helpful i been always watching your videos for my organic chemistry class,and now its no hard for me thanks i gonna check it!!!!!! 😀
im currently watching videos on naming organic compounds! thank you so much it helps me on the test!
You are very welcome. When is your exam?
I’m actually working on something exciting that should help you. My new website has a new series on naming that incorporates video + blog to help you better grasp the concepts. details here: https://orgotutorials.com/category/naming-organic-compounds/
thank you! i love your videos!!!! 😀 Godbless
Thank you Angela – I’m so glad I can help. Which topics are you studying right now?