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FAQ-Chap02 - OH OR OR OH C O H N OH O NH 2 Let's not use...

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FAQ-Chapter 2 1. This issue is related to both the chapters 1 and 2. When you have some fundtional groups (atoms) directly attached to other functional groups (atoms), some are unstable, so you should not use them as constituional isomers. Here are the examples. Once again, funcional groups or atoms are directly attached to each other. Later, you can see some of these can survive under certain conditions, however let's not count these ones as stable ones now.
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Unformatted text preview: OH OR OR OH C O H N OH O NH 2 Let's not use these heteroatoms directly connected to each other. No oxygen or nitrogen directly connected to alkenes or alkynes. If you find any groups like this, let me know and I will add them to this list. To make sure again, some of these will be found out to be able to exist in later chapters. When you see them later, you can come back to these. However, these are still not counted as constitutional ones....
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This note was uploaded on 07/13/2009 for the course CHEM 322AL taught by Professor Jung during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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