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1Lecture 01: Introduction to structure and stereochemistry of organic molecules: salient features of symmetry elements; Role of principal axis, sigma plane, centre of symmetry, and alternating axis of symmetry in deciding chiralityDownload
2Lecture 02: Introduction to point group notation, classification, symmetry number and orderDownload
3Lecture 03: Examples of various point group notations, chiral and achiral point groups, examples of various point groupsDownload
4Lecture 04: Solving problems on point groups (Cn, Cnv, Cnh, Dnd)Download
5Lecture 05: Conformational Analysis of PerhydrophenanthreneDownload
6Lecture 06: Concept Clearing Session on Achiral Point GroupsDownload
7Lecture 07: Axial, Planar and Helical Chirality, assignment of absolute configuration to such moleculesDownload
8Lecture 08: Concept of pseudoasymmetry; Reflection variance/invariance problem; methods of nomenclature systemDownload
9Lecture 09: Conformational analysis of bicyclic systems: the DecalinsDownload
10Lecture 10: Conformational analysis of PerhydrophenanthreneDownload
11Lecture 11: Conformational analysis of PerhydroanthraceneDownload
12Lecture 12: Revisiting conformational analysis of PerhydrophenanthreneDownload
13Lecture 13: Revisiting conformational analysis of PerhydroanthraceneDownload
14Lecture 14: Introduction to Linear Polarized light and interaction with chiral materials; Circular Birefringence, Circular DichroismDownload
15Lecture 15: ORD, CD and Cotton Effect (CE); Empirical rule to determine the sign of CE, 2-axial haloketone ruleDownload
16Lecture 16: Octant rule: application to substituted cyclohexanone and decalone systemDownload
17Lecture 17: Application of Octant rule to tricyclic system; drawing of octant projectionDownload
18Lecture 18: Application of Octant rule to steroidal ketones; drawing of octant projectionDownload
19Lecture 19: Stereoelectronic effects on conformation and reactivityDownload
20Lecture 20: Examples of anomeric effect and Stereoelectronic effectDownload
21Lecture 21: Baldwin rules Download
22Lecture 22: Cyclization in enolic systemsDownload
23Lecture 23: Problem solving on Baldwin rulesDownload
24Lecture 24: Reactive Functionalities: Chemistry of AlkynesDownload
25Lecture 25: Reactive Functionalities: Chemistry of Alkynes (contd), arynes and enediynesDownload
26Lecture 26: Reactive Functionalities: Enediynes (contd), allenes and KetenesDownload
27Lecture 27: Beta - Lactam SynthesisDownload
28Lecture 28: Chemistry of radicalsDownload
29Lecture 29: Reactivity of radicals: Frontier orbital approach.Download
30Lecture 30: Radical mediated C-C bond formation.Download
31Lecture 31: Radical mediated C-C bond formation (contd). Download
32Lecture 32: Radical mediated decarboxylation and deoxygenationDownload
33Lecture 33: Dynamic Stereochemistry: Conformationally rigid and mobile systemsDownload
34Lecture 34: Dynamic Stereochemistry: Conformational analysis of elimination and additionDownload
35Lecture 35: Dynamic Stereochemistry: Stereoselectivity in carbonyl reductionDownload
36Lecture 36: Dynamic Stereochemistry: Reactivity of unsaturated carbonyl and enolate systemsDownload
37Lecture 37: Dynamic Stereochemistry: Enolate as nucleophileDownload
38Lecture 38: Dynamic Stereochemistry: stereochemical issues in cyclohexenone reduction and alpha-electrophilic substitution in carbonylsDownload
39Lecture 39: Dynamic Stereochemistry: Asymmetric aldol reactions Download
40Lecture 40: Dynamic Stereochemistry: Asymmetric aldol reaction (Contd)Download

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1Lecture 01: Introduction to structure and stereochemistry of organic molecules: salient features of symmetry elements; Role of principal axis, sigma plane, centre of symmetry, and alternating axis of symmetry in deciding chiralityDownload
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2Lecture 02: Introduction to point group notation, classification, symmetry number and orderDownload
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3Lecture 03: Examples of various point group notations, chiral and achiral point groups, examples of various point groupsDownload
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4Lecture 04: Solving problems on point groups (Cn, Cnv, Cnh, Dnd)Download
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5Lecture 05: Conformational Analysis of PerhydrophenanthreneDownload
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6Lecture 06: Concept Clearing Session on Achiral Point GroupsDownload
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7Lecture 07: Axial, Planar and Helical Chirality, assignment of absolute configuration to such moleculesDownload
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8Lecture 08: Concept of pseudoasymmetry; Reflection variance/invariance problem; methods of nomenclature systemDownload
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9Lecture 09: Conformational analysis of bicyclic systems: the DecalinsDownload
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10Lecture 10: Conformational analysis of PerhydrophenanthreneDownload
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11Lecture 11: Conformational analysis of PerhydroanthraceneDownload
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12Lecture 12: Revisiting conformational analysis of PerhydrophenanthreneDownload
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13Lecture 13: Revisiting conformational analysis of PerhydroanthraceneDownload
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14Lecture 14: Introduction to Linear Polarized light and interaction with chiral materials; Circular Birefringence, Circular DichroismDownload
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15Lecture 15: ORD, CD and Cotton Effect (CE); Empirical rule to determine the sign of CE, 2-axial haloketone ruleDownload
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16Lecture 16: Octant rule: application to substituted cyclohexanone and decalone systemDownload
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17Lecture 17: Application of Octant rule to tricyclic system; drawing of octant projectionDownload
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18Lecture 18: Application of Octant rule to steroidal ketones; drawing of octant projectionDownload
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19Lecture 19: Stereoelectronic effects on conformation and reactivityDownload
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20Lecture 20: Examples of anomeric effect and Stereoelectronic effectDownload
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21Lecture 21: Baldwin rules Download
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22Lecture 22: Cyclization in enolic systemsDownload
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23Lecture 23: Problem solving on Baldwin rulesDownload
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24Lecture 24: Reactive Functionalities: Chemistry of AlkynesPDF unavailable
25Lecture 25: Reactive Functionalities: Chemistry of Alkynes (contd), arynes and enediynesPDF unavailable
26Lecture 26: Reactive Functionalities: Enediynes (contd), allenes and KetenesPDF unavailable
27Lecture 27: Beta - Lactam SynthesisPDF unavailable
28Lecture 28: Chemistry of radicalsPDF unavailable
29Lecture 29: Reactivity of radicals: Frontier orbital approach.PDF unavailable
30Lecture 30: Radical mediated C-C bond formation.PDF unavailable
31Lecture 31: Radical mediated C-C bond formation (contd). PDF unavailable
32Lecture 32: Radical mediated decarboxylation and deoxygenationPDF unavailable
33Lecture 33: Dynamic Stereochemistry: Conformationally rigid and mobile systemsPDF unavailable
34Lecture 34: Dynamic Stereochemistry: Conformational analysis of elimination and additionPDF unavailable
35Lecture 35: Dynamic Stereochemistry: Stereoselectivity in carbonyl reductionPDF unavailable
36Lecture 36: Dynamic Stereochemistry: Reactivity of unsaturated carbonyl and enolate systemsPDF unavailable
37Lecture 37: Dynamic Stereochemistry: Enolate as nucleophilePDF unavailable
38Lecture 38: Dynamic Stereochemistry: stereochemical issues in cyclohexenone reduction and alpha-electrophilic substitution in carbonylsPDF unavailable
39Lecture 39: Dynamic Stereochemistry: Asymmetric aldol reactions PDF unavailable
40Lecture 40: Dynamic Stereochemistry: Asymmetric aldol reaction (Contd)PDF unavailable


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