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52m 18s
Course Overview
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We discuss the course overview for the chapter Aryl Halides.

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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btaeye sir Kya padhe Kya na padhe mns entrance exam crack krne k liye ,,aap jitna bolenge me pdhne ko taeyar hu plss correct strategy bta dijiye
is solomon by ms chauhan a good book for organic chemistry?
Please sir tell us when will you be able to complete the syllabus
2 years ago
before mains =)
2 years ago
before mains =)
Bhaiya, I'm a Neet aspirant. Do I will benefit from the crash course or will these videos will suffice?
Bhaiya I want to buy that course.Please extend the slots. If LIVE not possible then please keep option for buying the recorded lecture.
Amaan Laskar
2 years ago
yes bhaiya...same request from my side also
I have enrolled for your course on unacademy plus...should I continue watching these lectures or directly the live lectures on 4th...JEE 2018
  1. SACHIN RANA lInd Year UG Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay

  2. Comprehensive Organic Chemistry and Last 5 Years Question Papers Sachin Rana 6k followers In this course, Sachin Rana will comprehensively cover entire Organic Chemistry, which will be helpful in the exams like IIT-JEE, BITSAT, State Boards. Previous 5-year question papers will also be discussed. The course will be conducted in Hinglish and this course is focused on IIT JEE only.

  3. PLAN FOR THE CHAPTER ARYL HALIDES: The course will be of 6 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.

  4. 1. Elimination Addition Mechanism (Part I) 2. Preparation of Aryl Halides 3. Nucleophilic Substitution on Aryl Halides 4. Elimination Addition Mechanism (Part II). 5. Important Questions.