Kirsop Labs

Skills development for science students everywhere

Looking for curly arrows?

It’s right here – just follow the links.

We’ll keep this post handy for you, right here on the front page. So now you’ll always have easy access to this great revision tool.

Let us know what you think of the practice exercises, and because Curly Arrows is a work in progress keep an eye on our Twitter feed for updates to the site.  We hope you find it useful.


Curly Arrows

The Curly Arrows Interactive Application

Instruction sheets

Introduction to Curly Arrows

How to use Curly Arrows

Alkenes and Alkynes

Nucleophilic Substitution

Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution – under development

A Work in Progress

As users, your opinion is invaluable to us, so please let us know what you think of this beta version of the Curly Arrows website. Has it enhanced your understanding of organic chemistry reaction mechanisms? What would you like to see included? Suggestions welcome…

This work will be an ongoing project, and as we add more exercises for you to practice with we’ll be sure to let you know. Follow us on Twitter for updates on new material as it happens.

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About Dr Allison Kirsop

Co-founder of the KirsopLabs project, and Editorial Manager of Neuroendocrinology, a peer-review Medical Sciences journal. Writing for a science blog is a great way for students to get published early in their career and great for a CV. Drop me a line if you'd like to discuss how to get involved with the KLabs project.

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