Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 98

Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 98 - miRror o...

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5-23 Any diastereomeRic pair could be separated by a physical process like distillation or crystalliz±tion. DiaStereoMers are found in pa²ts (a), (b), and (d)³ The structu´es in (c) are enantioMers; they could not be separ±ted by normal physical µeans¶ 5-24 r enan·iome¸s 0 o + ± ' H ± H ' 0 CH3 CH3 H OH HO H Ho H H OH COOH CoOH ( (¹)-º-butyl (»,»)¼ta²trate mirror (»)-2½butyl (¹,¹)¾ta¿rate ± diastereome´s diastereomers \. CH2CH3 H+O o CH3 H-±OH HO²H COOH (»)À2-butyl (»,»)-tÁ²trate
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Unformatted text preview: miRror o HO³´H H -±.² 0 H COOH (¹)-2-butyl (¹,¹)-ta²trate 5¾25 PLease refer to solUtion 1 ¾º0, page 1º of tHis ÂoLuÃions ÄanuaL¶ 5¼26 (a) H I * " ,C µ¶ C l " ' / ± ³´µ CH3 HO » chir±l (e) S H j B : · - - -.² - - -³ - - - ´ _ µ ¶ H * B´ Å / C H Æ B r MesoÇ acHiraL (b) CH20H H¸OH CH3 » chiraÈ (f ÉLane of syÊmetry sH i b:¹ B ± * H ¹ CH2 B¸ chiraL 91 (g) s H I B ' / * Oh » CH3 chiral ±h) ¹ CH3 Hº * OH s² * OH H * »H » ² CH2CH3 cHi´al...
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