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Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 50

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2-35 (a) constitutional isomers-the carbon skeletons are different (b) constitutional isomers-the position of the chlorine atom has changed (c) cis-trans isomers-the first is cis, the second is trans (d) constitutional isomers-the carbon skeletons are different (e) cis-trans isomers-the first is trans, the second is cis (f) same compound-rotation of the first structure gives the second (g) cis-trans isomers-the first is cis, the second is trans (h) constitutional isomers-the position of the double bond relative to the ketone has changed (while it is true that the first double bond is cis and the second is trans, in order to have cis-trans isomers, the rest of the structure must be identical) 2-36 C O 2 is linear; its bond dipoles cancel, so it has no net dipole. S0 2 is bent, so its bond dipoles do not cancel. . . O==C==O net dipole moment =
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Unformatted text preview: t:o±"O² . . net dIpole moMent ± 2½37 ¹oMe magnItudes of dipo¼e moments are d¾ff¾cult to predIct¿ howeverÀ the dIrectIon of the dIpo¼e shouÁd be straIghtforward In Most cases Actual values of molecUlar dIpo¼e moMents are gIven In parentheses (Ãhe C-H bond Is usually considered non-po¼arÂ) (a) ' / '- ²³´µ¶· CH3 N U1 H ²Ch3 \ net ÁÄrge dipole moment (b) CH3-C c I large dipole moment (3Â96) net dµpole moment or (c) large dipoÁemoment / Br BrÅÆÆ ÅÅÅ Ç B ³ (d) 0³ 1 R± electron pairs on bromInes are noT shown (´µb 4N"² , 2 ÈÉ· ÈÉ· " · Êoderate dipole moment 40 C CH3² 'CH³ ¼arge dËpo¼e moment (2Â89) CH ´ci ; µC¶ 11´ CHµ ¶C ·CH H µ moderate dIpole moÊent elecTron PA±rs on chlorine Are noT sHoWn...
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