Look at the world around you — what do you see? There is all this “stuff” that things are made of, and there is even more “stuff” that we can’t see (for example oxygen or microorganisms). This is why chemistry has been and always will be relevant.
But chemistry is even more important in our modern technological age, where we step on brakes with ceramic composite brake pads, look through lightweight glasses with polycarbonate lenses, play tennis with carbon fiber racquets, manufacture biological protein-based medicines, and investigate alternatives to fossil fuels. All this points to the foundational nature of chemistry, which covers the physical building blocks of “stuff”, whether it is organic or inorganic.
So if you could benefit from learning about this further, or want to improve your understanding of the world around us, check out this list of courses below — and get your chemistry on!
Quick note: While many of these courses do come with fees, all of them are available to audit for free in full or in part. If you’re new to MOOCs and want to learn more (including how fees work in these courses), check out our Beginner’s Guide to Massive Open Online Courses. Not all courses offer a certificate.
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Introduction to Chemistry: Reactions and Ratios Duke University via Coursera
This is an introductory course for students with limited background in chemistry; basic concepts involved in chemical reactions, stoichiometry, the periodic table, periodic trends, nomenclature, and chemical problem solving will be emphasized with the goal of preparing students for further study in chemistry as needed for many science, health, and policy professions..
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Introduction to Chemistry: Structures and Solutions Duke University via Coursera
This is an introductory course for students with limited background in chemistry; basic concepts such as atomic and molecular structure, solutions, phases of matter, and quantitative problem solving will be emphasized with the goal of preparing students for further study in chemistry.
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Discovering chemistry The Open University via OpenLearn Chemistry lies at the centre of our modern life, playing a part in areas as diverse as the development of new drugs and materials, analysing our environment through to more mundane activities such …
Life in the Universe: Syntheses for Life Seoul National University via edX
Learn about the chemical principles behind key synthetic processes relevant to life such as protein synthesis, photosynthesis, and ammonia synthesis. Nobel Lectures and key scientific papers will be used.
NDA 1 Chemistry via YouTube
In this course, you will learn about Chemistry for NDA 1. You will learn about matter and its states, change in states of matter, mixtures and compounds, atom and molecule, atomic mass and atomic number, atomic structure, isotopes, isobars, isotones, isoelectronics, ions and chemical formulas, molecular mass and molar mass, mole concept, physical and chemical change, electronic configurations, laws of chemical combination, gas laws, chemical reactions, acid, base and salt, and much more.
NEET: Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry Class 11 NEET Unacademy via YouTube
In this series, Anoop sir will discuss Matter and its Properties from the chapter Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry, NEET important questions from Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry, and tips and tricks to solve questions, and will help you revise the topics according to NEET.
General Chemistry I: Atoms, Molecules, and Bonding Massachusetts Institute of Technology via edX
Learn about the world at the molecular level by exploring chemical structure and bonding from a quantum mechanical perspective. Topics include wave-particle duality, electronic structure of atoms, chemical bonding models, and intermolecular interactions.
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Advanced Chemistry University of Kentucky via Coursera
A chemistry course to cover selected topics covered in advanced high school chemistry courses, correlating to the standard topics as established by the American Chemical Society. Prerequisites: Students should have a background in basic chemistry including nomenclature, reactions, stoichiometry, molarity and thermochemistry.
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Chemistry University of Kentucky via Coursera
This course is designed to cover subjects in advanced high school chemistry courses, correlating to the standard topics as established by the American Chemical Society. This course is a precursor to the Advanced Chemistry Coursera course. Areas that are covered include atomic structure, periodic trends, compounds, reactions and stoichiometry, bonding, and thermochemistry.
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Ideal Gases University of Colorado Boulder via Coursera
Course 3 of Statistical Thermodynamics, Ideal Gases, explores the behavior of systems when intermolecular forces are not important. This done by evaluating the appropriate partition functions for translational, rotational, vibrational and/or electronic motion.
Chemistry by CrashCourse CrashCourse via YouTube
Crash Course creates free, high-quality educational videos used by teachers and learners of all kinds. In 46 episodes, Hank Green will teach you chemistry!
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Principles of Chemical Science (Fall 2005) Massachusetts Institute of Technology via MIT OpenCourseWare
The course covers basic principles of atomic and molecular electronic structure, thermodynamics, acid-base and redox equilibria, chemical kinetics, and catalysis.
Introduction to Solid-State Chemistry (Fall 2018) Massachusetts Institute of Technology via MIT OpenCourseWare
In this course, we will explore what makes things in the world the way they are and why, to understand the science and consider the engineering.
Co-ordination chemistry (chemistry of transition elements) NPTEL via YouTube
This course will give an excellent opportunity to study and use the century-old Nobel prize-winning knowledge of coordination chemistry. The study will also lead to understanding the difference between a coordinated ligand and charge balancing ion in a coordination compound.
Introductory Quantum Chemistry NPTEL via YouTube
The course will introduce quantum mechanics as applied to chemistry and would be structured such that B.Sc. students can follow, provided they have familiarity with differential equations. Topics covered in this course include Introduction to quantum mechanics, Postulates of quantum mechanics, particle in a box, Quantum tunneling, Harmonic oscillator, Hydrogen atom, Uncertainty principle, Angular momentum, and Chemical bonding.
Quantum Chemistry of Atoms and Molecules NPTEL via YouTube
The course introduces students to quantum Chemistry. The syllabus is as follows. Black body radiation. Failure of classical mechanics. Marsden experiment and Rutherford theory. Hydrogen atom spectrum. Bohr Sommerfeld theory. etc.
Computational Chemistry and Classical Molecular Dynamics NPTEL via YouTube
This course introduces learners to elementary programming and numerical methods that are useful to solve problems in chemistry. These methods are useful for understanding molecular structures as well as condensed media such as liquids and solutions
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Coordination Chemistry NPTEL via YouTube
It will give an excellent opportunity to study and use the century-old noble prize-winning knowledge of coordination chemistry. The study will also lead to understanding the difference between a coordinated ligand and a charge balancing ion in a coordination compound. Complexation reactions, stability constants structures, geometrical and optical isomerism, bonding, reactions, and reactivity will be discussed.
Chemistry – I NPTEL via YouTube
The Course is divided into two units, namely, Quantum Chemistry: Introduction and Introduction to Molecular Spectroscopy.
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Coordination Compounds – Coordination Chemistry via YouTube
In this course, you will learn about Coordination Chemistry for CSIR NET, GATE, IIT JAM, JEE and DU BHU. You will learn about neutrality, coordination number, denticity of ligand, hybridization, pi acceptor and donor ligands, Crystal Field Theory, splitting energy, strong and weak field ligands, Jahn-Teller Theorem and Distortion, zout and zin, dynamic and static JTD, application of JTD, application of CFSE, spinels, LFT, MOT, atomic spectra, term symbols, selection rule colour, charge transfer spectra, LMCT, coordination spectra, Orgel diagrams, and much more.
Quantum Chemistry for CSIR-NET GATE and IIT-JAM via YouTube
In this course, you will learn about Quantum Chemistry for CSIR NET, GATE and IIT JAM. You will learn about the gamma function, operators, linear momentum, Hamiltonian, angular momentum, commutation of operators, expression of operators, position and momentum operators, normalisation, Eigenvalue, Eigenfunction, Eigen operator, Schrödinger Equation, particle in 1D, 2D and 3D boxes, wave functions, zero point energy, simple harmonic oscillator, Hermite Polynomial, normalisation constant, Hückel Theory, Perturbation Theory, Variation Principle, Hermitian operator, hydrogen atom, and much more.
Solid State Class 12 via YouTube
You will learn about crystalline solids, amorphous solids, molecular solids, ionic, metallic and covalent solids, lattice system, unit cells, atomic structures, formula of compounds using structure, voids, packing efficiency, imperfections and defects in solids, electrical properties, magnetic properties, and much more.
Group Theory for CSIR-NET and GATE via YouTube
In this course, you will learn about Group Theory for CSIR NET. You will learn about axis of symmetry, plane of symmetry, center of symmetry, symmetry elements and operations, point groups, group multiplication table, order of group, matrix representation, reducible representation group theory, character table irreducible representation, reduction of reducible into irreducible representations, applications of group theory, IR and Raman active models, vibrational, rotational and rotational modes, and much more.
Pericyclic Reactions for CSIR-NET GATE and IIT-JAM via YouTube
In this course, you will learn about Pericyclic Reactions for CSIR NET, GATE and IIT JAM. You will learn about molecular orbital symmetry, electrocyclic reactions conrotatory and disrotatory, cycloaddition reactions, Diels-Alder Reaction, click reaction, Claisen Rearrangement, Cope Rearrangement, sigmatropic rearrangement, and much more.
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Stereochemistry for CSIR-NET GATE and IIT-JAM via YouTube
In this course, you will learn about Stereochemistry for CSIR NET, GATE and IIT JAM. You will learn about conversion of projections, R/S nomenclature, optical activity, enantiomers, diastereomers, epimers, anomers, homotopic, enantiotopic and diastereotopic protons, enantiomeric excess, previous year questions, and much more.
Solid State for CSIR-NET GATE IIT-JAM via YouTube
In this course, you will learn about Solid State for CSIR NET, GATE and IIT JAM. You will learn about unit cell, crystal lattice, coordination number, interfacial angles, classification of unit cells, primitive and non-primitive unit cells, lattice point per unit cell, coordinate representation, 2D representation of unit cells, location of tetrahedral voids in FCC, face diagonal and body diagonal in unit cell, packing fraction, density of unit cell, relationship between distance, unit cell length, radius, structures of ionic solids, Miller Indices, Bragg’s Equation, Allowed Reflection Rule, and much more.
Reagents for CSIR-NET GATE and IIT-JAM via YouTube
In this course, you will learn about Reagents for CSIR NET, GATE and IIT JAM. You will learn about reagents and their functions, sharpless asymmetric epoxidation, Grignard Reaction, Gilman Reaction, stereochemistry of nucleophilic addition reactions, Swern Oxidation-Reduction, LiAlH4 reduction, alkyl lithium reagent, Cram’s Rule, OsO4 dihydroxylation, sharpless asymmetric dihydroxylation, SeO2 reagent reaction, Woodward and Prevost Hydroxylation, MnO2 oxidation, PCC oxidation of alcohols, and much more.
Electrochemistry Conductance for CSIR-NET GATE IIT via YouTube
In this course, you will learn about Electrochemistry for CSIR NET, GATE and IIT. You will learn about electrolytic cell, electrolysis, electrolytes, molar conductance, equivalent conductance, variation of molar conductance with dilution, concentration, Kohlrausch’s Law, galvanic cell, cell notation, cell representation, voltaic cell, the electrochemical series, electrical chemical and electrochemical potential, Nernst Equation, relation between cell potential and Gibbs Free Energy, equilibrium constant, solubility product, concentration cell, liquid junction potential, and much more.
Solutions Class 12 via YouTube
You will learn about types of solutions based on solvents, mass and volume percentage, mole fraction, molarity, molality, solubility, Henry’s Law, Raoult’s Law, azeotropes, colligative properties, isotonic, hypotonic and hypertonic solutions, reverse osmosis, Van ‘t Hoff Factor, and much more.
Electrochemistry Class 12 via YouTube
You will learn about voltaic pile, the reactivity series, Daniell cell, galvanic cell, electrode potential, Nernst Equation, Gibbs Free Energy, electrolytic solution, electrolytic conductance, Kohlrausch’s Law, Faraday’s Law, electrolysis, batteries, fuel cell, electrolytic batteries, and much more.
Surface Chemistry Class 12 via YouTube
In this course, you will learn all about Surface Chemistry with numerical examples for CBSE class 12 Chemistry. You will learn about adsorption and absorption, catalysis, colloids, emulsifiers, and much more.
Chemical Reaction Chemistry CBSE class 10 via YouTube
In this course, you will learn all about Chemical Reaction for CBSE class 10 Chemistry. You will learn about chemical equations, synthesis reaction, decomposition reaction, displacement reaction, double displacement reaction, precipitation, and other reactions.
General Chemistry II: Chemical Equilibrium, Kinetics, and Transition Metals Massachusetts Institute of Technology via edX
Experience the world at the molecular-level! Learn about spontaneity, equilibrium, and mechanisms and rates of reactions. Applications include the energy problem, acid/base chemistry, electrochemistry and batteries, climate science, catalysis, and more.
Chemical Bonding IIT JEE NEET via YouTube
You will learn about chemical bonds, lattice energy, Fazan’s Rule, Lewis dot structure, valence bond theory, pi bond, hybridisation, VSEPR Theory, Molecular Orbital Theory, dipole moment, bond angle, Drago’s Rule, Van der Waal force, hydrogen bond, and much more.
Solutions JEE MAINS/NEET via YouTube
You will learn about concentration terms, Raoult’s Law, vapour pressure of solution of two volatile liquids, relative lowering of vapour pressure due to non-volatile solute, ideal and non-ideal solutions, elevation in boiling point, depression in freezing point, osmotic pressure, Van’t Hoff Factor and abnormal molar masses, solubility and Henry’s Law, and much more.
ElectroChemistry JEE /NEET via YouTube
You will learn about Daniell cell, electrochemical cell, galvanic cell, voltaic cell, electrode potential and EMF of cell, Nernst Equation for electrode potential, standard hydrogen electrode, the electrochemical series, electrolysis, Faraday’s Law of Electrolysis, electrolytic conductance, conductivity, variation of molar conductivity with concentration, Kohlrausch’s Law, and much more.
Chemical Kinetics JEE MAINS/NEET via YouTube
You will learn about rate of reaction, factors affecting rate of reaction, Rate Law and order of reaction, Initial Rate Method to determine order of reaction, Rate Law, zero order kinetics, half life, first, second, third and nth order kinetics, molecularity of reaction, pseudo order reaction, Arrhenius Reaction, complex reaction, parallel first order reaction kinetics, and much more.
Isomerism JEE MAINS/NEET via YouTube
You will learn about chain and position isomerism, structural isomerism, functional isomerism, metamerism, ring chain isomerism, tautomerism, stereoisomerism, geometrical isomers, optical isomers, and much more.
Reaction Mechanism JEE/NEET via YouTube
In this course, you will learn about Reaction Mechanism for JEE and NEET. You will learn about types of attacking reagents, free radical substitution, electrophilic substitution, nucleophilic substitution, free radical addition, electrophilic addition, elimination reaction, and much more.
Electrochemistry for NEET JEE AIIMS via YouTube
You will learn about redox reactions, oxidation states, N factor, electrolytic cell, the electrochemical series, Faraday’s Laws of Electrolysis, Galvanic Cell, salt bridge, electrode potential, standard hydrogen electrode, Nernst Equation, conductance and conductivity, Kohlrausch’s Law and its applications, cells and batteries, and much more.
Atomic Structure Class 11 IIT JEE Chemistry Unacademy via YouTube
Unacademy JEE brings you this Chemistry series to prepare you for JEE Main. In this series, Paaras sir will discuss JEE Mains important questions of Atomic Structure, and tips and tricks to solve questions, and will help you revise the topics according to JEE Mains. Watch this series to know the best shortcuts to solve JEE Mains question papers.
Coordination Compounds Class 12 IIT JEE Chemistry Unacademy via YouTube
Unacademy JEE brings you this Chemistry series to prepare you for JEE Mains. In this series, Paaras sir will discuss JEE Mains important questions of Coordination Compounds, and tips and tricks to solve questions, and will help you revise the topics according to JEE Mains. Watch this video to know the best shortcuts to solve JEE Mains question papers.
Mole Concept Class 11 IIT JEE Chemistry Unacademy via YouTube
Unacademy JEE brings you this Chemistry series to prepare you for JEE Main. In this series, Paaras sir will discuss JEE Mains important questions of Mole Concept, and tips and tricks to solve questions, and will help you revise the topics according to JEE Main. Watch this series to know the best shortcuts to solve JEE Mains question papers.
Electrochemistry Class 12 IIT JEE Chemistry Unacademy via YouTube
In this series, Paaras sir will discuss JEE Mains important questions of Electrochemistry, and tips and tricks to solve questions, and will help you revise the topics according to JEE Main. Watch this series to know the best shortcuts to solve JEE Mains question papers.
Laboratory skills for chemistry The Open University via OpenLearn
An OpenSTEM laboratory school providing you with 24 hours of ‘hands on’ experience with several widely used techniques in chemistry. Techniques include pipetting, titration, solvent extraction, …
Further Laboratory Skills for Chemistry The Open University via OpenLearn
An OpenSTEM laboratory school providing you with 24 hours of ‘hands on’ experience with several widely used techniques in chemistry. Techniques include making up standard solutions and serial …
Reacciones de oxidación-reducción: conceptos básicos Universitat Politècnica de València via edX
En este curso online reconocerás las reacciones rédox, su ajuste y sus cálculos estequiométricos, comprenderás el funcionamiento de las celdas electroquímicas y los conceptos más importantes relacionados con las celdas electrolíticas.
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Reacciones rédox en la industria y la naturaleza Universitat Politècnica de València via edX
Las reacciones de oxidación-reducción son de las reacciones más frecuentes en el mundo que nos rodea. En el curso en línea las conocerás a traves de algunas de sus aplicaciones más comunes, como las pilas, las baterías o la forma de prevenir la corrosión.
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Ácidos y bases: reacciones químicas y aplicaciones Universitat Politècnica de València via edX
Los ácidos y las bases son sustancias muy comunes en el entorno cotidiano (vinagre, bicarbonato, amoniaco, Aspirina®). En este curso se presentan aplicaciones relacionadas con estos conceptos en aspectos tecnológicos, biológicos y de la vida cotidiana.
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Principles of Biochemistry Harvard University via edX
This introduction to biochemistry explores the molecules of life, starting at simple building blocks and culminating in complex metabolism.
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Chemical Biology University of Geneva via Coursera
Although its boundaries are endless, the multidisciplinary nature of chemical biology can make the field seem daunting; we beg to differ! Here, we deconstruct chemical biology into its core components, and repackage the material
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From Fossil Resources to Biomass: A Chemistry Perspective Wageningen University via edX
Explore how to create a sustainable future by moving away from dependence on fossil resources to biomass resources for the production of food, chemicals and energy-carriers. Discover how to use microorganisms and catalysts to create biobased products.
Capstone Chemistry and Technology for Sustainability Wageningen University via edX
This Capstone project is the final part of the MicroMasters Program in Chemistry and Technology for Sustainability. Design a sustainable biobased process and evaluate the technological, societal and economic impact to finish the MicroMasters Program.
Biological Chemistry II (Spring 2016) Massachusetts Institute of Technology via MIT OpenCourseWare
This course is an advanced treatment of biochemical mechanisms that underlie biological processes.
Biophysical chemistry NPTEL via YouTube
This introductory course in biophysical chemistry touches on some of the fundamentals of this field. Starting from basic elements in protein structure, the course covers other aspects like forces involved in protein folding, protein folding energy landscape, mechanisms of protein folding, mixing and relaxation techniques commonly used to study fast protein folding, and finally winds up with a discussion on some spectroscopic tools
Bioinorganic Chemistry NPTEL via YouTube
This short course will give a brief overview on some selected topics from this highly interdisciplinary subject and will provide some insights into various applications of inorganic molecules on the life-related processes
Organic Chemistry by CrashCourse CrashCourse via YouTube
In 50 episodes, Dr. Deboki Chakravarti will teach you organic chemistry. This course is based on sophomore-level college material, covering topics from Organic Chemistry I and II. It was developed with 9 reference texts and journal articles on specialized topics in organic chemistry, in particular: Organic Chemistry texts by Brown, Foote, Iverson and Ansyln (8th ed.); Clayden, Greeves and Warren (2nd ed.); McMurry (9th ed.)
Introduction to Organometallic Chemistry NPTEL via YouTube
This course deals with the structure, bonding and reactivity of organometallic compounds: compounds that feature a metal-carbon bond. Teaching organometallic chemistry is a daunting task for the instructor. A number of new concepts have to be introduced in the very first lecture.
Organic Photochemistry and Pericyclic Reactions NPTEL via YouTube
The course will involve a discussion of molecular organic photochemistry and pericyclic reactions. Initially, we will study in brief the fundamental principles of photochemistry. In the following lectures, we will discuss the primary photochemical reactions of n,π*states.
Introductory Organic Chemistry I NPTEL via YouTube
This course highlights the fundamentals of organic chemistry. Topics such as structure, physical properties, and chemical reactivity of various organic compounds will be discussed in detail. This course also builds fundamentals of organic chemistry such as resonance, conformational analysis and stereochemistry. Study of various functional groups such as alkanes, alkenes, alkyl halides, alcohols etc. will be conducted in detail.
Organic Chemistry NPTEL via YouTube
This course highlights the fundamentals of organic chemistry. Topics such as structure, physical properties, and chemical reactivity of various organic compounds will be discussed in detail. This course also builds fundamentals of organic chemistry such as resonance, conformational analysis and stereochemistry.
Organic Chemistry Lab Workshop NPTEL via YouTube
In this course, you will learn Workshop on Techniques in Organic Chemistry, Introduction to claesen- Condensation, How to separate different components from a mixture using column chromatography, Chemiluminescence Phenomenon etc.
Chemistry – Heterocyclic Chemistry NPTEL via YouTube
Topics covered in this course include Definition of heteroatom and alkaloids, Nomenclature of heterocyclic compounds, Effect of heteroatoms on organic reactions: comparison with carbogenic compounds, Aromatic heterocyclic chemistry, Non-aromatic heterocyclic chemistry, and Miscellaneous group.
Mechanisms in Organic Chemistry NPTEL via YouTube
The course can be broadly classified as a Physical Organic Chemistry course. Understanding organic reaction mechanisms are extremely useful in predicting the products and improving the reaction efficiency. A student needs to know basic concepts in order to be able to write reasonable reaction mechanisms. A mechanism cannot be considered valid unless there is experimental evidence to support it.
Principles Of Organic Synthesis NPTEL via YouTube
The course has nine modules starting from the formation of acid-catalyzed carbon-carbon bond formation to the application of the modern transition metal catalysis. Students of graduate and post-graduate preparing for NET and GATE examination will find this course extremely useful.
Organic Chemistry in Biology and Drug Development NPTEL via YouTube
The present course is an attempt to bridge the gap in our understanding of biological systems and processes at the molecular and functional level. The course first introduces the various kinds of bio molecules, macro to medium size to small, their structures and functions followed by molecular engineering to manipulate their activity and biosynthesis
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Pericyclic Reactions and Organic Photochemistry NPTEL via YouTube
Concerted organic reactions and organic photochemistry are important topics in any Chemistry postgraduate curriculum. This course will uncover all the major topics in pericyclic reactions and organic photochemistry.
Introduction of Organometallic Chemistry NPTEL via YouTube
The basic principles of organometallic chemistry will be discussed in this course. Modern chemistry is merged into one from classical organic chemistry and traditional inorganic chemistry. We will shed light on activation of small molecules by metal-ligand complex. We will discuss the stepwise mechanism of insertion of metal into organic molecules and elimination by different pathway.
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Organic Chemistry CSIR-NET GATE IIT-JAM via YouTube
In this course, you will learn about Organic Chemistry for CSIR NET, GATE and IIT. You will learn about enolates, Mitsunobu Reaction, alkylation, thermodynamic and kinetic stability, Birch Reduction, Stork Enamine Reaction, Michael Addition Reaction, aldol reaction, Baylis–Hillman Reaction, Claisen Condensation, Knoevenagel Reaction, Kulinkovich Reaction, Grignard Reaction, organometallics, Pauson–Khand Reaction, coupling reactions, elimination reactions, Grob Fragmentation, and much more.
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Haloalkanes Haloarenes Class 12 via YouTube
You will learn about classification, IUPAC nomenclature, isomers, polar nature of bond, preparation, physical properties, nucleophilic substitution reaction, substitution reactions, stereochemistry, optical isomers, elimination reactions, Zaitsev’s Rule, strong and weak nucleophiles and bases, organometallic compound, electron-withdrawing group, halogenation, nitration, sulphonation, Friedel-Crafts Reaction, Wurtz-Fittig Reaction, polyhalogen, and much more.
CSIR NET Organic Problems via YouTube
You will learn about hetero Diels-Alder Reaction, Favorski Rearrangement, Wolff-Kishner Reduction, aromaticity, Saytzeff’s Rule, Cope Rearrangement, regioselectivity in Diels-Alder Reaction, kinetic resolution, overall yield, Baeyer–Villiger oxidation, Diels-Alder Selectivity, cyclopropanation, cope, NMR characterization, Birch Reduction, aldol reaction, point group, Fischer Projections, functional group interconversions, and much more.
Photochemistry for CSIR-NET and GATE via YouTube
In this course, you will learn about Photochemistry for CSIR NET, and GATE. You will learn about Norrish Type 1 and Type 2 Reactions, Paternò–Büchi Reaction, di-pi-methane rearrangement, Barton Reaction, Hofmann–Löffler–Freytag Reaction, oxa-di-pi-methane rearrangement, lumiketone rearrangement, Photo Fries Rearrangement, photochemistry of alkenes, cis-trans isomerism, 2+2 cycloaddition, photoisomerization, and much more.
Alcohols Phenols and Ethers Class 12 via YouTube
You will learn about monohydride alcohol classification, IUPAC nomenclature, isomers, alcohol preparation, physical and chemical properties of alcohol, alcohol test, glycol, glycerol, phenol preparation, physical and chemical properties of phenol, ether preparation, physical and chemical properties of ether, and much more.
Carbon & Compounds Chemistry CBSE class 10 via YouTube
You will learn about covalent bond in carbon, electron dot structure, polar covalent bond, allotropes of carbon, catenation, organic group, hydrocarbons, alkyl group, isomers, homologous series, functional groups, properties of carbon, coal and petroleum, ethanol, ethanoic acid, soap, detergent, and much more.
Haloalkanes Class 12 IIT JEE Chemistry Unacademy via YouTube
In this series, Paaras sir will discuss JEE Mains important questions of Haloalkanes, and tips and tricks to solve questions, and will help you revise the topics according to JEE Mains. Watch this video to know the best shortcuts to solve JEE Mains question papers.
Haloalkanes and HaloArenes JEE/NEET via YouTube
You will learn about preparation of haloalkanes from alkanes, alkenes, alcohols, Lucas’ Reagent, halogen exchange and Hunsdiecker Method, properties of haloalkanes, SN1 and SN2 reactions, reaction with KOH/AgOH/KCN/AgCN/KNO2/AgNO2/NH3/RONa/H2O, E1 and E2 reactions, reaction with metals, preparation of haloarenes, Sandmeyer and Gattermann Reaction, chemical properties of haloarenes, and much more.
Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers JEE/NEET via YouTube
You will learn about classification and nomenclature, preparation of alcohols from alkenes, carbonyl compounds and carboxylic acid, Grignard’s Reagent, properties of alcohols, acidic nature of alcohols, Lucas’ Test, dehydration of alcohols, oxidation of alcohols, preparation of phenols, properties of phenols, acidic nature of phenols, esterification and reactions of benzene ring, Reimer-Tiemann Reaction, Kolbe’s Reaction, preparation of ethers, dehydration of alcohol and Williamson Synthesis, properties of ethers, reaction of ethers with HI and reaction of aryl ethers, and much more.
Hydrocarbons JEE / NEET via YouTube
You will learn about preparation of alkanes, reduction of alkene/alkyne to n alkyl halides, Wurtz Reaction and Frankland Reaction, Kolbe’s Electrolytic Method, decarboxylation, Clemmensen Reduction and Wolff-Kishner Reduction, properties of alkanes, halogenation of alkane, nitration, sulphonation, pyrolysis, aromatization, oxidation, preparation of alkenes, dehydration of alcohols, Birch Reduction, properties of alkenes, hydroboration-oxidation, oxymercuration-demercuration, ozonolysis, and much more.
Aldehydes and Ketones JEE/NEET via YouTube
In this course, you will learn about Aldehydes and Ketones for JEE and NEET. You will learn about the methods of preparation of aldehydes and ketones, dry distillation of carboxylic acids, Rosenmund’s Reduction and Stephen’s Reduction, preparation of benzaldehyde, Etard’s Reaction and Gattermann-Koch Reaction, preparation of ketones from acyl chloride and from benzene, properties, nucleophilic addition, addition of HCN and alcohols, addition of ammonia and ammonia derivatives, reduction of aldehydes and ketones, Tollen’s Test, haloform reaction, iodoform reaction, and much more.
General Organic Chemistry Class 11 IIT JEE Unacademy via YouTube
Unacademy JEE brings you the Chemistry series to prepare you for JEE Mains. In this series, Paaras sir will discuss JEE Mains important questions of General Organic Chemistry, and tips and tricks to solve questions, and will help you revise the topics according to JEE Mains 2020. Watch this video to know the best shortcuts to solve JEE Mains question papers.
Chimica Organica I University of Naples Federico II via edX
Un viaggio nella chimica dei composti organici, ossia di tutti i composti prodotti dagli organismi viventi e di cui sono fatte le nostre cellule. Un corso base per chi si avvicina agli studi delle scienze della vita.
有机化学 Xi’an Jiaotong University via Coursera
《有机化学》是研究各类有机化合物的结构、性质、相互转化及其规律的一门学科，是化学专业本科学生必修课之一，是生物化学、分子生物学、医学、药学等课程的先 John E. McMurry, Eric E. Simanek, Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry (6th), USA: 2006
Una aproximación a la química del carbono Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México via Coursera
En este curso conocerás cómo se forman los compuestos orgánicos y sus propiedades físicas generales, desde la composición del petróleo hasta la obtención de hidrocarburos y los diferentes grupos funcionales.
From Chemistry to Life Harvard University via World Science U
To look for evidence of life on other planets, we have to adapt what we know about chemistry on Earth to aid our search. Astronomer Dimitar Sasselov explains how we can use what we already know to search for alien life in this Master Class.
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Big Bang and the Origin of Chemical Elements Seoul National University via edX Discover the ultimate origin of all chemical elements essential for life. Explore the Big Bang through Nobel Lectures and scientific papers in part 2 of Life in the Universe.
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Physical Chemistry Courses
Introduction to Physical Chemistry University of Manchester via Coursera
The course covers the key concepts of three of the principal topics in first-year undergraduate physical chemistry: thermodynamics, kinetics and quantum mechanics. These three topics cover whether or not reactions occur, how fast they go and what is actually going on at the sub-atomic scale.
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Statistical Molecular Thermodynamics University of Minnesota via Coursera
This introductory physical chemistry course examines the connections between molecular properties and the behavior of macroscopic chemical systems.
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Introduction to Geochemistry Kyoto University via edX
The goal of the course is to apply chemical principles to understand the natural (non-living) world around us and appreciate its complexity.
Physical Chemistry (Fall 2017) Massachusetts Institute of Technology via MIT OpenCourseWare
This course is an introduction to quantum mechanics for use by chemists. Emphasis is on creating and building confidence in the use of intuitive pictures.
From Chemistry to Living Materials: Matter & Sound Massachusetts Institute of Technology via World Science U
MIT professor and materials scientist Markus Buehler discusses how scientists can design new proteins that can revolutionize materials engineering through manipulating vibrations that have been changed from matter into sound and from sound back into matter.
Introduction to Solid State Chemistry (Fall 2010) Massachusetts Institute of Technology via MIT OpenCourseWare
This unique and popular course satisfies MIT’s general chemistry degree requirement, with an emphasis on solid-state materials and their application to engineering systems.
Basic Analytical Chemistry The University of Tokyo via edX Gain a physical understanding of the principles of analytical chemistry andtheir application in scientific research.
NMR Spectroscopy Courses
Introduction to Molecular Spectroscopy University of Manchester via Coursera
The course introduces the three key spectroscopic methods used by chemists and biochemists to analyse the molecular and electronic structure of atoms and molecules.
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Principles and Applications of NMR Spectroscopy NPTEL via YouTube
The objective of the course is to teach the basic aspects of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, which is an important analytical tool in chemical and pharmaceutical industry for the structural characterization of molecules.
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Basic Steps in Magnetic Resonance École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne via edX
A MOOC to discover basic concepts and a wide range of intriguing applications of magnetic resonance to physics, chemistry, and biology
Chemistry I:Introduction To Quantum Chemistry And Molecular Spectroscopy NPTEL via YouTube
This course is meant to be introductory and points out the underlying mathematical framework in all of physical sciences. Thus, spectroscopy, chemical reaction dynamics, statistical thermodynamics, molecular properties and molecular structure determination are all areas for which an understanding of the principles of quantum chemistry and spectroscopy are a must.
Chemistry – II NPTEL via YouTube
Molecular Spectroscopy is a fundamentally important branch of Physical Chemistry and is vital for all practicing chemists, biologists and material scientists. Primarily studied through the interaction of molecules with electromagnetic radiation of different types, molecular spectroscopy is studied through the responses of molecules to radiation.
Drug Discovery & Medicinal Chemistry Davidson College via edX Learn how scientists in drug development modify and test molecules to improve potency and reduce toxicity. Discover the criteria that regulatory agencies use to approve molecules that are shown to be both safe and effective as pharmaceuticals for the treatment and prevention of diseases.
The Science of Gastronomy The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology via Coursera
This course introduces a number of basic scientific principles underpinning the methodology of cooking, food preparation and the enjoyment of food. All topics covered have a strong basis in biology, chemistry, and physics application.
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Physico/Chemical Processes of Environmental Engineering Purdue University via edX
Students will learn fundamental principles of physico/chemical processes that are commonly used by Environmental Engineers. Emphasis will be on fundamental concepts, so as to prompt their application in a wide range of settings, and to promote creativity.
Engineering Chemistry 1 NPTEL via YouTube
Learn about Engineering chemistry starting with Introduction to Chemistry & Quantum Chemical Methods and explore Oppenheimer Approximation, etc. in this course.
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Chemical Principles II NPTEL via YouTube
In this course, a holistic approach covering three different approaches (classical, statistical, and postulate-based) of thermodynamics will be covered. The objective of this course is demystification the enigma of entropy.
Chemical and biological thermodynamics: principles to applications NPTEL via YouTube
The course is designed to benefit students of chemistry, chemical engineering, biotechnology and pharmaceutical sciences to learn from basic concepts of chemical thermodynamics to applications in chemical and pharmaceutical industries including protein folding and stability.
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