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UW Organic Chemistry Questions
Index of Topics

The organic chemistry topics are listed alphabetically and correspond to accepted JCE keywords for organic chemistry.

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Organic Chemistry Menu
Organic Chemistry Collections
 
Topics
Number of Files Number of Questions
* Acids / Bases
4
47
* Agricultural Chemistry
* Alcohols
10
28
* Aldehydes / Ketones
21
160
* Alkanes / Cycloalkanes
7
37
* Alkenes
15
112
* Alkynes
6
15
* Amines / Ammonium Compounds
9
52
* Aromatic Compounds
8
63
* Carbohydrates
8
33
* Carboxylic Acids
15
71
* Covalent Bonding
9
28
* Drugs / Pharmaceuticals
* Ethers
6
20
* Free Radicals
4
9
* IR Spectroscopy
2
2
* Lipids
4
9
* Mass Spectrometry
* MO Theory
7
33
* NMR Spectroscopy
3
17
* Nucleic Acids / DNA / RNA
1
1
* Nucleophilic Substitution Reactions
8
57
* Organometallics
8
35
* Organosulfur Compounds
3
5
* Phenols
8
22
* Proteins / Peptides
6
19
* Stereochemistry
4
26
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