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Unformatted text preview: ormers C. Enantiomers D. Diastereomers E. Identical F. Not isomers Et H (a) Cl Cl H Et Et HO Br HO Br Et CH3 CH3 MeOOC OH H (b) H HO COOMe F (c) F F I H H (d) H Cl HO F CH3 t Bu H Cl H3C I OH t Cl Bu (e) Cl Cl Cl Cl Me HO (f) Me Me Me Me OH Cl Me Page 4 of 8 © Prep101 Q6 (5 marks) Circle the correct E/Z and R/S designations for the following compounds: (E or Z?) H (R or S?) H Me H Me OH Br Br (R or S?) CHO H OH CH2CH2OH (R or S?) CH3 H H Ph (R or S?) Q7 (9 marks) For each pair of the f...
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2011 for the course CHEMISTRY chem taught by Professor David during the Spring '11 term at The University of British Columbia.

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