# Organic Chemistry I & II

Organic Chemistry I & II is designed for instructors who want an active, dynamic, and understandable approach to support their own efforts in the classroom. This ever-evolving textbook includes auto-graded questions, videos and approachable language in order to make difficult concepts easier to understand and implement.

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## Comparison of Organic Chemistry Textbooks

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### Top Hat

Steven Forsey, “Organic Chemistry”, Only one edition needed

### McGraw-Hill

Carey & Giuliano, “Organic Chemistry”, 10th Edition

### Wiley

Solomons et al., “Organic Chemistry”, 12th Edition

### Wiley

David R. Klein, “Organic Chemistry”, 3rd Edition

### Pricing

Average price of textbook across most common format

#### $219 Hardcover print text only ####$301

Hardcover print text only

#### $301 Hardcover print text only ### Always up-to-date content, constantly revised by community of professors Content meets standard for Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology course, and is updated with the latest content ### In-Book Interactivity Includes embedded multi-media files and integrated software to enhance visual presentation of concepts directly in textbook Only available with supplementary resources at additional cost Only available with supplementary resources at additional cost Only available with supplementary resources at additional cost ### Customizable Ability to revise, adjust and adapt content to meet needs of course and instructor ### All-in-one Platform Access to additional questions, test banks, and slides available within one platform ## Pricing Average price of textbook across most common format ### Top Hat Steven Forsey, “Organic Chemistry”, Only one edition needed #### Up to40-60%more affordable Lifetime access on any device ### McGraw-Hill Carey & Giuliano, “Organic Chemistry”, 10th Edition ####$219

Hardcover print text only

### Wiley

Solomons et al., “Organic Chemistry”, 12th Edition

#### $301 Hardcover print text only ### Wiley David R. Klein, “Organic Chemistry”, 3rd Edition ####$301

Hardcover print text only

## Always up-to-date content, constantly revised by community of professors

Constantly revised and updated by a community of professors with the latest content

### Top Hat

Steven Forsey, “Organic Chemistry”, Only one edition needed

### McGraw-Hill

Carey & Giuliano, “Organic Chemistry”, 10th Edition

### Wiley

Solomons et al., “Organic Chemistry”, 12th Edition

### Wiley

David R. Klein, “Organic Chemistry”, 3rd Edition

## In-book Interactivity

Includes embedded multi-media files and integrated software to enhance visual presentation of concepts directly in textbook

### Top Hat

Steven Forsey, “Organic Chemistry”, Only one edition needed

### McGraw-Hill

Carey & Giuliano, “Organic Chemistry”, 10th Edition

### Wiley

Solomons et al., “Organic Chemistry”, 12th Edition

### Wiley

David R. Klein, “Organic Chemistry”, 3rd Edition

## Customizable

Ability to revise, adjust and adapt content to meet needs of course and instructor

### Top Hat

Steven Forsey, “Organic Chemistry”, Only one edition needed

### McGraw-Hill

Carey & Giuliano, “Organic Chemistry”, 10th Edition

### Wiley

Solomons et al., “Organic Chemistry”, 12th Edition

### Wiley

David R. Klein, “Organic Chemistry”, 3rd Edition

## All-in-one Platform

### Top Hat

Steven Forsey, “Organic Chemistry”, Only one edition needed

### McGraw-Hill

Carey & Giuliano, “Organic Chemistry”, 10th Edition

### Wiley

Solomons et al., “Organic Chemistry”, 12th Edition

### Wiley

David R. Klein, “Organic Chemistry”, 3rd Edition

#### Dr. Steven Forsey, Ph.D.University of Waterloo

Steven Forsey is currently a Professor at University of Waterloo, teaching a variety of organic chemistry courses to Chemistry, Science, Chemical Engineering, Nanotechnology and distance education students. He received his Ph.D. (2004) for Synthetic Organic Chemistry from University of Waterloo, Ontario. He is a recipient of the Excellence of Science Teaching Award and has acted as the Teaching Fellow for the Department of Chemistry since 2016.

## Explore this textbook

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1) Multiple Choice: Simply click on the correct answer. If there is more than one correct answer, it will be specified in the question.

Q1

What is the chemical symbol for Carbon?

A

Li

B

C

C

Co

D

Fe

Q2

What is the common name for the compound H$_2$O?

3) Numeric Answer: As the name suggests, these questions require an answer that is a number.

Q3

How many carbon atoms are there in a propane molecule?

4) Matching Question: Click on an item in the left hand column, and then click on its match in the right hand column to align them.

Q4

Match the phases of matter with their correct examples.

Premise
Response
1

Solid

A

Air

2

Liquid

B

Water

3

Gas

C

Salt crystal

5) Click on Target Question: These questions will be accompanied by an image. You must click on the correct part of the picture. Sometimes, multiple clicks will be allowed.

Q5

Click on the box that represents Nitrogen

6) Sorting Question: Drag the options into the proper order.

Q6

Sort the hydrocarbons from smallest (bottom) to biggest (top)

A

propane

B

ethane

C

butane

D

methane

7) Chemistry Drawing Question: There also may be times where you are asked to draw molecules, with our embedded drawing tool.  Please check out the Student User Guide for Marvin JS for the details.

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