Answer to Question #193748 in Organic Chemistry for Krishna Rana

Question #193748

to find the number of chiral carbons


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2021-05-17T04:17:44-0400

Most reliable) Check to see if the molecule has a pair of non-superimposable mirror image forms. (c) Look for chiral centers – tetrahedral atoms (usually carbon) with four different groups attached. As long as these don't mirror each other, the molecule is chiral.


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