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Vollhardt,Chapter5 - Chapter 5 1 How many different types...

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Chapter 5: 1. How many different types of connectivities must a carbon atom have to be chiral? a. Three of four. b. Three. c. Four. d. Five. Answer: C 2. How can enantiomers be superimposed upon each other? 3. What is another term to denote enantiomers? 4. In determining absolute configuration for a chiral center, what must be determined first? 5. Where is the lowest priority substituent placed in a Fischer projection? a. At the top. b. To the right. c. At the bottom. d. To the left. Answer: A
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