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44Th NATIONAL ORGANIC SYMPOSIUM

June 28–July 2, 2015, University of Maryland, College Park, MD.

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43RD NATIONAL ORGANIC SYMPOSIUM

June 23–27, 2013, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

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Organic Chemistry Videos

The Division has a number of video projects and collaborations that are available. While a significant number of these videos are available to the public, some are for members only and you will need to be a valid member of the division and logged in to the website in order to view them.


Past Virtual Symposium Videos

The Division of Organic Chemistry, in collaboration NSF Center for Selective C–H Functionalization, hold regularly scheduled virtual symposia. The recordings of these events are available in this video library.


Historic Organic Chemistry Videos

The Division of Organic Chemistry, in collaboration with various organizations and individuals around the world, provides a repository for historic chemistry videos. Many of these videos have been found in old video tape archives and digitized so we can preserve them for current and future chemists to view. Please keep in mind that we have done our best to improve the video and audio quality of these videos!


46th NATIONAL ORGANIC SYMPOSIUM

June 23-27, 2019, Indiana University, Bloomington

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45th NATIONAL ORGANIC SYMPOSIUM

June 25-29, 2017, University of California, Davis

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44th NATIONAL ORGANIC SYMPOSIUM

June 28–July 2, 2015, University of Maryland, College Park, MD.

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43rd NATIONAL ORGANIC SYMPOSIUM

June 23–27, 2013, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

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Eminent Organic Chemist Videos

The Division of Organic Chemistry (ORGN) of the American Chemical Society (ACS) celebrated its 100th birthday in 2008. As part of this celebration, ORGN hosted a Centennial Symposium at the ACS National Meeting in Philadelphia on August 18, 2008. The day before the symposium, with the support of ORGN and its then Chair, Bob Volkmann, Jeffrey I. Seeman of the University of Richmond conducted interviews of the participants and several other eminent chemists. One goal was to reveal the human side of these chemists.

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Other Notable Chemistry Videos

The Division webmasters have compiled a page of other noteworthy videos from around the web. While these videos are not the product of the Division, they are of likely to be of interest to the diverse membership of the division.

M. Christina White

M. Christina White (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) is studying and developing selective allylic and aliphatic C—H oxidation reactions for general use in organic synthesis. Her group has contributed novel palladium/sulfoxide and iron catalysts that enable the functionalization of C—H bonds with predictable selectivities, under preparative conditions and in complex molecule settings- without the requirement for directing groups. These reactions have provided insights into the physical organic properties of C—H bonds that govern their differential reactivity and have led to strategic advances in synthesis.