korosh23
  • korosh23
could you please expalin if the following molecules can be cis-trans isomerism? a) 3-ethyl-3-hexene b)2,5-dimethyloctane Please explain how it is possible, and how it is not? Thanks in advance.
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
You do know how to construct structural/displayed formula provided the names?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well b cannot be cis trans isomer because there are no double bonds between carbons present. Cis Trans occurs due to double bonds between Carbon atoms
anonymous
  • anonymous
For a the displayed formula is see the attatchment

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anonymous
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You can see 2 groups around one atom of C are same so cannot be cis trans isomer had it been different it would exhibit cistrans isomerism.

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