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Part I – a structure of molecules, drawings and isomers p binding line.
Part II: organic nomenclature, functional groups and classes of compounds, systematic names and IUPAC rules, name molecules and extract molecules from names.
Part III: stereochemistry, molecule geometry, conformations, p Newman projections, cyclohexane chair and ring p ring.
Part IV: stereoisomers, priority rules, E / cis and cis/trans isomers, asymmetric carbon atom and R / S configurations, wedge and hyphen bonds, chirality and optical activity, enantiomers, and diastereoisomers.
Part V – formal charges, partial charges, delocalization and resonance, drawing resonance structures, inductive effect, electron donation and withdrawal groups.
Part VI – acidic and basic nature of organic molecules, equilibrium position, and acid-base reactions.