Thursday, 14 July 2016

Mindmap for O Levels Organic Chemistry Reactions - Starting with Ethene

In the previous posts, I talked about why mind mapping is a good tool to revise organic chemistry reactions, as well as how to create such mind maps.

In this post, I will be sharing with you an example of a mind map for the chapters on alkanes, alkenes, alcohols and carboxylic acid reactions for O level chemistry. You may be wondering why I start the mind map with ethene. Alkenes have the most number of reactions for O level organic chemistry. Hence, you can easily branch out and cover most of the other reactions.

I have created the mind map in such a way to include blanks, so that this would be a good test for you on organic reactions as well.

For the mind map below, fill in the organic product/ reactant in the blue boxes, and the reagents and conditions in the green box. Answers to this mindmap will be posted in the next post.

You may also like to download the pdf copy of this here.

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