Is Organic Chem The Bane of Your Existence?
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3 thoughts on “Organic Chem”
Your video on aldol retro synthesis was really cool and it’s amazing how you explain it simply.thank you :-)
hey! i went through your video tutorials on enols, enolates, aldol, etc. it was so amazing how those videos has made me understand the concept, the patterns of how things work. thank you so much!
glad to help! <3