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15 lessons,
2h 21m
Course Overview
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The course plan is discussed for the chapter GOC. This is a very important chapter which deals with the basics of Organic chemistry.

Sachin Rana is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Sachin Rana
IIT Bombay | Taught three under 100 AIR in JEE Advanced | YouTube: Sachin Rana (180k+ subs) | Qualified NSEA | Passionate Teacher.

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congrats sir for becoming number one educator
Kumar Madhukar
2 years ago
thank you very is because of you all..
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Shahan hussain
a year ago
a year ago
✌🤘👍👌💗🙂🙂🙂🙂🙂 very nice 🤗🙂
Manoj Kumar Gupta
7 months ago
bhaiya , you said that some topics have been taught before in the previous videos , does that mean you will not be explaining them in complete detail here? and should i start with GOC or alkanes from your videos. my teacher started with GOC, so im a lil bit confused.
Manvendra Singh
a year ago
plz tell me from which one you started.
please make video on how to study for bitsat and jee advanced simultaneously in 40 days on ur YouTube channel...pls...and also make video on optical isomerism pls
where is previous videos of goc
  1. adda eusr SACHIN RANA lInd Year UG Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay

  2. PLAN FOR GENERAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY: The course will be of 15 videos. Each video ranges from around 10 mins to 15 mins . 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.

  3. 1. Inductive Effect. 2. Resonance (Part I) 3. Resonance (Part II) 4. Resonance (Part I). 5. Hyperconjugation. 6. Stability of Carbocation (Part I) 7. Stability of Carbocation (Part Il) 8. Stability of Radicals. 9. Stability of Carbanion 10. Aromaticity. 11. Acids (Part I) 12. Acids (Part II) 13. Bases. 14. Carbenes