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Introduction – Stereochemistry

by Adam Le Gresley, PhD
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    The lecture Introduction – Stereochemistry by Adam Le Gresley, PhD is from the course Chemistry: Introduction.


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    1. The thermal energies at room temperature are sufficient enough to bring out the rotations of single sigma bonds in a molecule
    2. The groups attached to a central atom in a molecule channelize the energy through sigma bond which leads to conformational rotations of double bonds
    3. The highly electronegative atoms, attached to the chiral atom, have sufficient energies to bring out the conformational rotations at room temperature
    4. The highly electropositive atoms, attached to the chiral atom, have sufficient energies to bring out the conformational rotations at room temperature
    5. The electron clouds of the pi bond are present in an excited state and help in conformational rotations in the molecule at room temperature
    1. The same order of attachment of atoms in the molecule but in different spatial orientations
    2. A different order of attachment of atoms in the molecule but in same spatial orientations
    3. A different order of attachment of atom in the molecule in different spatial orientations
    4. The condensation of two molecules of different compounds to create an new compound through polymerization process
    5. The same order of attachment of atoms in the molecule in the same spatial orientations

    Author of lecture Introduction – Stereochemistry

     Adam Le Gresley, PhD

    Adam Le Gresley, PhD


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