This is a series of lectures in videos covering topics in General Chemistry. They are conducted by Dr. Chuck Wight who teaches chemistry at the University of Utah.
This General Chemistry lecture introduces the chemistry of carbon molecules, briefly explains the naming convention for organic molecules, and introduces some of the different types of organic molecules that can be formed by appending different functional groups to hydrocarbon scaffolds.
This General Chemistry lecture introduces the most important classes of organic molecules for the chemistry of life: fats and oils, sugars, starches and cellulose, proteins, and nucleic acids.
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