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Acid Catalyzed Hydration Made Easy! Part 1 - Tips and Product Prediction - Organic Chemistry

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This video is a basic introduction into the Acid Catalyzed Hydration Reaction and how a pattern that you can use for Product Prediction questions. BUT there are EXCEPTIONS! (Methyl Shift, Hydride Shift) Aka Carbocation Rearrangements so it is very important you go over them before any exams. Hope you guys like this video! ;) ●Become a Patron + Free Tutoring Lottery! http://www.Patreon.com/OrgoMadeEasy ●Private Tutoring Information: I offer in-person private tutoring in Boston and NYC, and if you live elsewhere on this awesome planet I offer online Skype tutoring that is accompanied with a whiteboard program. For more info check here: http://orgomadeeasy.org/private-tutoring/ and contact me via my "Orgo Made Easy" Facebook page or email: OrgoMadeEasy@Gmail.com Make sure you share this with your friends if you found it helpful, and I would love it if you leave some comments to let me know if I'm on the right track ;). Subscribe to get updated when I make new videos! https://www.youtube.com/user/OrgoMadeEasy Connect with me on Facebook/Instagram/Twitter! Official Website-----------------------http://OrgoMadeEasy.org/ Facebook-------------------------------https://Facebook.com/OrgoMadeEasy Instagram-------------------------------http://Instagram.com/FrankMWong Tweet Tweet---------------------------https://Twitter.com/OrgoMadeEasy Help Support Me Here--------------http://www.Patreon.com/OrgoMadeEasy Acid Catalyzed Hydration Reaction with any Strong Acid( Hydrochloric or Sulfuric ), and Water to hydrate our double bond. Markovnikov Reaction
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Text Comments (44)
make me strong (1 month ago)
So alcohol can also be prepared by acid catalyzed hydration of alkene
nancy c (9 months ago)
thanks for the vid
Aeron RJ (10 months ago)
i didnt hit the pause button.. u dont own meeee!!!!
Eugenio Alvarez (1 year ago)
roses are red violets are blue theres always an asian better than you. 10/10 stuff doe this helped out a shit ton
MEGHAN DAVID (1 year ago)
what I don't get is on the protonation step water has two lone pairs yet only one pair is used do we ignore the remaining pair
Mohammad Khan (1 year ago)
EXCELLENT WORK FRANK! You got a new Subscriber!
Vick Singh (1 year ago)
you don't go into depth with arrows and what not. you really should as it explains why you're adding the Oh where you're adding it.
Frank Wong (1 year ago)
That's all in part 2 ;) the mechanism video.
Chi Nguyen (2 years ago)
Please make more vids! They are so great and helpful! :]
Mitchell Haug (2 years ago)
You make this stuff easy and digestible. ;) THANKS!
Adriane Kelley (2 years ago)
Wow! After 1,000 YouTube videos and still not understanding, you make it seem so much easier within 5 minutes. Thank yooou!
Frank Wong (2 years ago)
+Adriane Kelley :D Your welcome Adriane! It really is just that simple ;) glad the vid could help!
Prashant singh (2 years ago)
sir i want to ask that i had read in many books that in acid catalyed reaction the product is a mixture of sec and tert alcohol..!!...acc to me it should me either sec or tert alcohol not mixture?????
MARSHMELLOW (2 years ago)
oh my god ur the best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Frank Wong (2 years ago)
+vishua TYTY :] Go kick some alkene butt now. Btw these other peeps are really really good too! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QkGxQCI1es Although I still say I'm the best hehehe :D
Thiru Saravanan (2 years ago)
good one.. pls go through hydrobaration wiki page also... anion attacking boron is hydroperoxide(-OOH) not hydroxide (-OH)
aj (3 years ago)
Doesn't it form two products?Racemization?
Mai Thow (3 years ago)
Thanks for the video, it makes a lot of sense. Do you have a video on acid-catalyzed dehydration?
Kaleigh Lytle (3 years ago)
Why do you put the H in the between the two H's and the OH in between the CH3 and H? 
Mighty_Mustache (4 years ago)
please tell me your awak right now and please please please skype me! skype: michael32940
Frank Wong (4 years ago)
+Mighty_Mustache Hey sorry I didn't see your comment until now =X. Are you interested in setting up a tutoring session? :o
Harrison Gachanjah (4 years ago)
You, sir, are a life saver man!  I'm your newest subscriber!!!
Frank Wong (4 years ago)
Woooo! I'm just glad I could help +Harrison Gachanjah! ;) 
R. Sowndarya (4 years ago)
hey frank ur way of teachin is coooll i cant find the videos dat teach da basics... cn u see to it
Alvin John (4 years ago)
How is this done in line structure..
Tatiana Last (4 years ago)
Haha I love the humor you add into your videos, it makes your videos fun to watch! 
Frank Wong (4 years ago)
Lol yay! I'm glad there are people who get my humor haha, thanks for watching and keep up your hard work!
Shane Waldrop (4 years ago)
If you leave water attached to the molecule, you're gonna have a bad time
Frank Wong (4 years ago)
Yes! A very bad time indeed... ;]
Brian Beckner (4 years ago)
Thank you! 
elmetfano (4 years ago)
SO HELPFUL
elmetfano (4 years ago)
ha yeah man its great when ya get it.  Got my alkene/alkyne reaction/mechanism test tomorrow :O
Frank Wong (4 years ago)
I'm glad to hear! Hope I made Organic Chem a bit more fun ;)
Frank Wong (4 years ago)
Haha yay! Thanks Grace, glad to hear it was helpful for you. I'll try to keep teaching the same way than haha.
Frank Wong (4 years ago)
Wow, thanks E Bebo! Keep going at it with Orgo, wish you the best of luck!
Frank Wong (4 years ago)
Thanks Brandon! I appreciate the positive feedback. :] Hope Orgo can actually be a little more fun now.
E BEBO (4 years ago)
you are amazing thanks !!
Grace Lin (4 years ago)
Thanks so much! I really learned soooo much from your video! love your teaching style!
Frank Wong (4 years ago)
They then just remain in solution as either Cl- or HSO4-.
Frank Wong (4 years ago)
The moment they go into the water, they act as a strong acid releasing 1 Hydrogen which then bonds with an H2O molecule to form H3O+. Sorry, about the confusion haha
Cassandra Hensel (4 years ago)
What happens to the HCL and H2SO4?
Brandon Johnson (4 years ago)
Great videos, thank you
Frank Wong (5 years ago)
Hey Francesca! Unfortunately I do not have much advice for that. If you really can't continue your synthesis but know that the next step that is a Reduction/Oxidation/Elimination/Substitution/Dehydration/Aldol reaction then you can try and write one of those to atleast try and get partial credit. The important thing is showing what you know and getting to the point in the synthesis where you can continue. I'm not sure what the ACS exam and it's format though. Sorry =/
Francesca Chery (5 years ago)
Hey. I'm reviewing for the ACS exam and I wanted to know if there is a general technique that you use to predict the products or reactants for synthesis reactions that you may not remember on test day.

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