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Organic Chemistry GIFS – Resonance Forms

Last updated: October 2nd, 2020 |

Organic Chemistry GIFS: Some Animated GIFS Of Curved Arrow Notation In Interconverting Resonance Forms

GIFS are perfectly suited to showing curved arrow animations in organic chemistry.

This post is kind of a clearing house of various GIFS that have been made in collaboration with @jctran to illustrate the interconversion of resonance forms, and will be updated as new ones are made.

Note to instructors: these GIFS may be used free of charge for educational purposes. GIPHY should give you an embed code. Suggestions welcome.

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Table Of Contents

  1. Acetate Ion
  2. Ozone
  3. 1,3-Butadiene
  4. Allyl Cation
  5. Allyl Radical
  6. Allyl Anion
  7. Enolate
  8. Amide
  9. Enamine
  10. Carbonyl
  11. Alpha beta unsaturated ketone
  12. Benzene

1. Acetate Ion

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2. Ozone

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3. 1,3-Butadiene

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4. Allyl Cation

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5. Allyl Radical

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6. Allyl Anion

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7. Enolate

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8. Carbonyl

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9. Amide

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10.Enamine

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11. Alpha, Beta Unsaturated Ketone (Enone)

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12. Benzene

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