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Enantiomersaiise,vne-naca'N'la!"Jrnmacompoonjisl\.~t>burd~,tat'c>n'\S.groups.\"\'hen acaroonisattachedto4mfferen!groupsit isca~chiraln}'(XI"~·,e~to'™l"~anothermo!ecu!ematisa,njro(i:nagao;toocrura:~•a.th€'m!l'Tut~t)andth&~.oatmoleculewit1ben:oo-supe1im~-1.e .~a~swround.:ngcarbon~'lWt~a~n.rnelaci<ota!ignmeotottheSU'TOOnda.tommakesthetwo~oi:f~enttron1e-acta~Toecentralca;bonmust besurroundedby 4 diffefefltgroups.Thech;:ralcaroo=ois~bghte(IHThe3Dstructureoftheabovemo1€<:1.Jlefocusesoothechiral carbonandthebondsurroundingthechiral carbon.Themole<:ul€ ontheleftis dffierentfromthe ~~leonthelight(mirror image}becausetheyarenon-superimposable.H'*CH3- C-Ct.X)HINH2Answerthe following questions:1. Draw five structuralisomersforhexane,4Hu .. Isomer 1Isomer 2I'~'v/~'Isomer 4Isomer 5>--<HIilliiT~Isomer 3vv
2.Draw three structural isomers aspossibleforC3HsO.

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Atom, Isomers, Mole, Chemical bond, Isomer, Stereoisomerism, Structural isomer

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