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Answer the following stereochemistry question.

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1. Draw two additional Fischer projections of this molecule, which have the hydrogen at the bottom. NEXT to
each of the Fischer projections you just drew, draw the mirror image of each representation- these are the ways
to draw the enantiomer of the given compound.
Compound as drawn:
Mirror Image:
H
H
H
H
H

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1. Draw two additional Fischer projections of this molecule, which have the hydrogen at the bottom. NEXT to
each of the Fischer projections you just drew, draw the mirror image of each representation- these are the ways
to draw the enantiomer of the given compound.
Compound as drawn:
Mirror Image:
H
H
H
H
H

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Fischer projection
Mirror image
of given structure
or enantiomer of
given structure
Br
Br
H, C-
CI
CICH3
H
H
1. Draw two additional Fischer projections of this molecule, which have the hydrogen at the bottom. NEXT to
each of the Fischer projections you just drew, draw the mirror image of each representation- these are the ways
to draw the enantiomer of the given compound.
Compound as drawn:
Mirror Image:

attachment_10022019.png

Fischer projection
Mirror image
of given structure
or enantiomer of
given structure
Br
Br
H, C-
CI
CICH3
H
H
1. Draw two additional Fischer projections of this molecule, which have the hydrogen at the bottom. NEXT to
each of the Fischer projections you just drew, draw the mirror image of each representation- these are the ways
to draw the enantiomer of the given compound.
Compound as drawn:
Mirror Image:

attachment_10022019.png

2: A: Build the carbohydrates shown below, identify which are enantiomers, diastereomers, or a different
compound all together. Assign the configuration of EACH of the CHIRAL centers.
Part B: Circle any compounds that are meso and draw a line to indicate the internal plane of symmetry (the
mirror).
CHO
CHO
CHO
H -
HO
HO
-H
HO
H -
OH
CH,OH
CH,OH
CH,OH
A
B
C
CH2OH
CHO
H-
OH
H
H
OH
CH2OH
D
m

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Compound as drawn
Havige umage
BY
CH 3
H, C
BY
H
H
CH ,
CHa
Ce
BY
BY
CP
H
H
Part B
A and B are enanhomers
A and C are diasteromens
B and C aul diastereomers
C and E are enan homers
D is meso...

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