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 cheMstRy, we have to deteRINe whetheR two stctuRes aRe The saMe oR different and if tHEy are diffeRet, WhAt stUctURAL featURes are different. n oRdeR foR Two stRuctRes to be the sae aL Bonding connecTions hae to be ideNtical, aNd in the case of Doue bonDs the GRoUps Ust be on thE same side of the doBe Bond iN Both strctUres (A good exeRcise to o with yoUR sty groP is to draw two stRUctres and ask IF they are the same; or dRaw one stRUctURe an ask how to raw a difFerent comPoUNd) (a) diffeRent coMponds nD C3 oN one carboN of the doUble bond, And C3 and C2C3 on the otheR caRbon-saMe in both stRuctRes; dRawing a pane thRogh the p oRbitals shows the ad C3 aRe on the same side of The doUbLe on in the FiRst stRUctRe, an the And the CC3 Re on the saMe side in tHe second srUcUre, so thEy ARe comPoUNds compare ' " C 3 \ / 3 - - - - - - e :C -...
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