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There are many different ways to study organic chemistry. I’m pretty sure most of you know about, and many of you actually use this simple learning strategy—flash-cards. Now, how exactly do you make your flash cards? Do you just put some info you need to remember on it and flip through your cards from time […]Read More
When it comes to spectroscopy and solving spectroscopy problems (finding the structure corresponding to the spectrum), one would usually approach it in a sequence of steps. First, I’d look at the molecular formula (or calculate one from the mass-spec) to get the HDI (Hydrogen Deficiency Index or Degree of Unsaturation). That might give some hints […]Read More
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