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seems to me to only have a cis and trans isomer, I even built it with molecular modelling kit I think the question just has the wrong answer unless I'm crazy
What you have looks right to me. i have put in the H 's explicitly and the CH_2 but they arent really nessary
Do you know what the 'answer ' to the question is susposed to be?
nope it is an online assignment keeps telling me I'm missing isomers
well from geometry there cant really be more than two
yeah I'm right it is definitely wrong I built the model and there is only two orientations the molecule can be in thanks for the feed back and nice display picture
i mean there can only be two isomers*
yeah haha, what exactly is your display picture ,?
It is a smear frame from mission hill.
A smear frame is a technique used in animation to show movement more fluidly. This one was especially awesome and I like the show so yeah.
I think there would be three stereo isomers the trans form is optically active its mirror image would count as another.
these two are not the same |dw:1327966496786:dw|
so there is a total of three stereo isomers