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11 lessons,
1h 32m
Course Overview
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We discuss the plan for the chapter Alcohols.

Sachin Rana is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Sachin Rana
IVth Year UG, IIT Bombay | YouTuber (143k subs) | Mentored 3 under 100 ranks in JEE Advanced | No. 1 educator for Organic Chemistry

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Pls do a video on ethers.
Bro , First of all I appreciate your work ,spending time and preparing notes and voice overs. But i have one doubt in this course here you have taught us Alcohols very well with explanations!! but if you take the notes that you have provided in a link via your youtube channel that has more points and many other points which aren't covered in this course?? Why is it so?? So should i get that notes too for learning all the concepts?? or this enough itself is enough??
is solomon by ms chauhan a good book for organic chemistry?
bhaiya aap jitna containt derahe ho vo jee (main & advanced)ke liye sufficient hey ?
bhaiya, is there still any chance to join chemistry course on unacademy plus.
Raja Durai
2 years ago
Shivanshu Sachan
2 years ago
Anish Lodha
2 years ago
That course is got refunded.
Shivanshu Sachan
2 years ago
are u sure??
Anish Lodha
2 years ago
I had enrolled for that..
Shivanshu Sachan
2 years ago
Sachin Rana
2 years ago
The course's cancelled.
  1. adda eusr SACHIN RANA lInd Year UG Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay

  2. PLAN FOR THE CHAPTER ALCOHOLS: The course will be of 10 videos Each video ranges from around 10 mins to 15 mins All reagents, reactions and mechanisms will be discussed. . Kindly click on the Enroll button so that you receive the notifications and there's no confusion regarding the videos. You can Review the course too. A good review gives a lot of mental support to me for my hardwork.

  3. 1. Grignard Reagent (Part I) 2. Grignard Reagent (Part II) 3. Reduction of Anhydrides. 4. Reduction of Acid Chlorides, Esters 5. Properties of Alcohols. 6. Acylation and Oxidation of Alcohols. 7. Haloform Reaction. 8. Pinacol Pinacolone Rearrangement. 9. Oxidative Cleavage with HIO4. 10. Important Questions.