Ahern’s BB 350 at OSU – 25. Carbohydrates & Energy

Almost Friday, Friday for this class almost? Hello? All right, I have a lot of ground to cover, so let’s get into it. Yesterday, I introduced the topic of carbohydrates, particularly from a perspective of structure and nomenclature. And while I will show you a little bit more today about nomenclature and a little bit […]

Organic Chemistry 51C. Lecture 17. More Structure, Stereochemistry, & Reactions of Carbohydrates.

>>Good morning.>>Good morning.>>So, today I’d like to continue our discussion of the structure and stereochemistry of sugars. We’re going to then talk about reactions of sugars. And we’re going to come back at the end to look, everything works out, how Emil Fischer originally determined the structure and stereochemistry of sugars in what really was […]

Organic Chemistry 51C. Lecture 17. More Structure, Stereochemistry, & Reactions of Carbohydrates.

>>Good morning.>>Good morning.>>So, today I’d like to continue our discussion of the structure and stereochemistry of sugars. We’re going to then talk about reactions of sugars. And we’re going to come back at the end to look, everything works out, how Emil Fischer originally determined the structure and stereochemistry of sugars in what really was […]

Organic Chemistry 51C. Lecture 17. More Structure, Stereochemistry, & Reactions of Carbohydrates.

>>Good morning.>>Good morning.>>So, today I’d like to continue our discussion of the structure and stereochemistry of sugars. We’re going to then talk about reactions of sugars. And we’re going to come back at the end to look, everything works out, how Emil Fischer originally determined the structure and stereochemistry of sugars in what really was […]

29. Imines and Enamines. Oxidation and Reduction

J. MICHAEL MCBRIDE: So we’re talking about oxidizing and reducing reagents, and about alcohols, and Grignard reactions to make them. And if we have time at the end, we’ll get to a little bit about green chemistry. I maybe should apologize a little bit about the last question on the exam. I got carried away. […]

#29 Biochemistry Citric Acid Cycle II Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 451/551

Kevin Ahern: This is really bad. I was not fishing for that. The second is some of you have noted that there are some discrepancies between what I talk about with E1, E2, and E3, and what the book says. The book is actually more precise than I am, and I’m trying to simplify this […]

Easy way to learn Krebs Cycle (TCA or Citric Acid Cycle)

#36 Biochemistry Cholesterol in the Body Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 451/551

Kevin Ahern: How was the exam? [class murmuring] Kevin Ahern: Ehhh. How many thought they did well? Nobody’s going to stand up in front of their friends, right? How’d you like the format? [class murmuring] Student: Ehhhh. [class laughing] You guys are in a pretty good mood today. Any thoughts? Feedback? What’s that? Student: I […]

Alcohol + Potassium permanganate = Explosive reaction!

hello everyone in this episode I will show you an amazing reaction between ethanol and potassium permanganate for this reaction we need su alcohol concentrated sulfuric acid and potassium permanganate firstly let’s put some potassium permanganate into our operation ball and add several sulfuric acid drops after a while strong oxidizer manganese oxide 7 is […]

#37 Biochemistry Fat/Fatty Acid Metabolism I Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 451/551

Kevin Ahern: I promised I’d get them back to you as quickly as I get them back from the TAs and that’s what I’m waiting on at the moment. They have an exam but as I told them I still expect to have it done before now, so that’s life. So we’re going to move […]