Organic Chemistry II For Dummies
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Organic Chemistry II doesn’t have to be as difficult as you think. Follow these study tips to improve your understanding of organic chemistry, from carbon atom bonds to unnamed reactions, and everything in between:

  • Don’t simply memorize concepts, learn the concepts by working exercises.

  • Keep up with the material by studying Organic Chemistry II a minimum of six days a week.

  • Buy and use a model kit.

  • For each reaction you study, know where and why the electrons are moving.

  • Learn those named (and unnamed) reactions.

  • Use other resources in addition to your textbook (like the excellent Organic Chemistry II For Dummies, written by John T. Moore and Richard H. Langley and published by Wiley).

  • Read ahead in your textbook before class.

  • Take really good class notes and recopy them as soon as possible.

  • If you need help, ask questions.

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John T. Moore, EdD, is Regents Professor of Chemistry at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas. He is the author of Chemistry For Dummies. Richard H. Langley, PhD, teaches chemistry at Stephen F. Austin State University. Langley and Moore are coauthors of Biochemistry For Dummies.

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