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UW WebCT Questions for Organic Chemistry
The table below includes 23 organic chemistry topics with the number of sets of questions within each topic and the total number of questions (including all variations). Click to view an example question for that topic.

All questions in this collection are available to chemistry teachers who request access. Because the questions include correct answers, access to students is not permitted. To find out how to download the entire collection, click on the Answers to Questions link at the right.

Organic Chemistry Menu
Organic Chemistry Collections
Topic Name
Number of Sets of Questions
Total Number of Questions
Acids and Bases
5
11
Alcohols and Ethers
3
4
Aldehydes and Ketones
2
2
Alkanes
7
7
Alkenes and Alkynes
4
13
Amines
5
7
Amino Acids
6
10
Aromatics
6
14
Bonding
3
12
Carbohydrates
5
10
Carboxylic Acids
3
3
Conjugation
1
1
Electrophilic Substitution
2
3
Functional Groups
1
6
Infrared Spectroscopy
4
4
Lipids
1
1
NMR Spectroscopy
3
5
Organometallics
2
6
Oxidation-reduction
4
5
Phenols and Aryl Halides
1
1
Radicals
4
6
Stereochemistry
5
13
Substitution and Elimination
3
6
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