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BlingBlong

  • 3 years ago

How are there more than two stereo isomers for this compound apparently there are four

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    It would be four Well its optically active so its mirror image would be another isomer.

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    Could you show me how to draw them? I understand the optically activate carbon center would be here right?

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    |dw:1327918782820:dw| IF you know R,S nonmenclature the two compounds are enantiomers and you'll get exactly opposite names for the two.

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