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Identifying Enantiomers & Synthesis of Chiral Compounds – Stereochemistry

by Adam Le Gresley, PhD
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    The lecture Identifying Enantiomers & Synthesis of Chiral Compounds – Stereochemistry by Adam Le Gresley, PhD is from the course Chemistry: Introduction.


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    1. Based on the direction of rotation of plane-polarized light
    2. Based on their boiling points
    3. Based on their melting points
    4. Based on their freezing points
    5. Based on their chemical structures
    1. The rotations caused by R- and L-forms of a compound in racemic mixture cancel each other
    2. The R- and L- forms react with each other to produce a compound with zero optical activity
    3. The racemic mixture requires the removal of heat to regain the optical activity
    4. The quenching of chiral carbon in racemic mixture leads to loss of optical activity
    5. The racemic mixture requires an external source of energy the show optical activity
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    2. Spatial arrangement of hydrogen atoms around the chiral carbon
    3. The bond angle between hydrogen atoms and chiral carbon
    4. The bond length between hydrogen atom and chiral carbon
    5. The molecular orbital hybridization of chiral carbon atom

    Author of lecture Identifying Enantiomers & Synthesis of Chiral Compounds – Stereochemistry

     Adam Le Gresley, PhD

    Adam Le Gresley, PhD


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