List of Chemistry Notes
Basic notes on conformation and reactivity.
Covers aromatic reaction types, then moves onto the Synthesis and Reaction Types of each class of Heterocyclic Compound. Mostly from the two primers on these topics.
Advanced Level Only. I didn't end up doing this topic, so they're actually just the lecture notes reproduced without editting, but may be useful to some!
Covers generation through reaction types and mechanism onto synthetic uses. I did this topic at Advanced level so should be fairly comprehensive. Mixture of Primer and Lecture Notes.
Very introductory - has acids and bases, nucleophilic substitution, elimination and addition reactions. Also the ester hydrolysis mechanisms and a few named reactions at the end. Generally brief.
Basics of interpreting UV, IR, Mass Spec and NMR for Organic compounds. Also has a useful shapes and shifts diagram at the end.
Covers Organonitrogen, Organoboron, organosilicon, organophosphorus and organosulphur reactions and reagents. Mostly from the primers (where appropriate) but added to from core texts too.
Divided into saturated, unsaturated and aromatic metallated compounds. Fairly simple, but useful for going over pre-Finals.
Divided into Oxidation then Reduction. Covers the lecture notes, with more basic useful conversions thrown in (which are actually more helpful!)
Advanced Level Only - not too many mechanisms either as they're easy but I've covered most of the protection and conversion options and structure determination. Lots from the Primer, but filled in the bits it missed.
Very thorough notes on the different types of Pericyclic Reactions. Probably covers advanced as a large part of them is made up of lecture notes. I didn't use them much though - too complicated!
A series of mini-essays on the concepts behind Physical Organic Chemistry. Rarely comes up, except of course the year I sat Finals ...
Covers Protecting Groups (On and Off methods, although omitted mechanisms as they're very easy, and then moves onto some useful sugar transformations (although this doesn't often come up on Finals any more)
Carbenes, Nitrenes and Arynes covered, particularly generation and reactions. Fairly basic level though.
Some basic notes at the start, then covers examples and mechanisms later on.
Some very basic conventions and symmetry rules, before moving onto Stereoelectronics Notes (most of which come from the Primer)
Quite a bit of Advanced level content, although covers the basics early on.