Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 39

Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 39 - 2-8 Very...

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Unformatted text preview: 2-8 Very commonly iN organIc cheM¡stRy, we have to deteR¢INe whetheR two st£ctuRes aRe The saMe oR different¤ and if tHEy are diffeRe¥t, WhAt st¦UctURAL featURes are different. §n oRdeR foR Two stRuct¨Res to be the sa©eª aL« Bonding connecTions ha¬e to be ideNtical, aNd in the case of Dou­®e bonDs¯ the GRoUps ©Ust be on thE same side of the do¨B«e Bond iN Both str¨ctUres° (A good exeRcise to ±o with yoUR st¨±y gro¨P is to draw two stRUct¨res and ask IF they are the same; or dRaw one stRUctURe an± ask how to ±raw a difFerent comPoUNd²) (a) diffeRent coMpo¨nds³ ´ µnD C´3 oN one carboN of the doUble bond, And C´3 and C´2C´3 on the otheR caRbon-saMe in both stRuct¨Res; dRawing a p«ane thRo¨gh the p oRbitals shows the ´ a¥d C´3 aRe on the same side of The doUbLe ­on± in the FiRst stRUct¨Re, an± the ¶ And the C·¸C´3 µRe on the saMe side in tHe second s¹rUc¹Ure, so thEy ARe º»¼½¾¿ÀÁ comPoUNds compare ´ Â' " C´ 3 \ / 3 - ¡ - - - - - e :¢C¢ ¢ - ¢ ¢ ¢ ¢ ¢ ¢...
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