Bookmarks People Window Help(54 % ) Tue Nov 19 9:58 PM Qgchemistry.com/myct/itemView?assignmentProblemID=128921066Chemistry11-Fall2019Grecia1 of 20Review I Constants I Periodic TableS oratomsBelow is the open-chain structure of the monosaccharide D-tagatose, which is a ketohexose. Like most monosaccharides, it has more than one chiral carbon. Select all of the chiral carbonatomsIdentify the chiral atoms by selecting each atom and assigning it a map number of 1 until all atoms are mapped. To do this, right-click on an atom and choose Atom Properties.(Mac users: Use an equivalent for right-clicking.) Then, clear the check mark to enable the Map field before entering a value.View Available Hint(s)HH-0 C-NCOH C O HBrH-C 0 HIH C O HH 0 C H900WXOBNOW19ALSXMachookk ProH

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Grecia
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Review I Constants I Periodic Table
S or
atoms
Below is the open-chain structure of the monosaccharide D-tagatose, which is a ketohexose. Like most monosaccharides, it has more than one chiral carbon. Select all of the chiral carbon
atoms
Identify the chiral atoms by selecting each atom and assigning it a map number of 1 until all atoms are mapped. To do this, right-click on an atom and choose Atom Properties.
(Mac users: Use an equivalent for right-clicking.) Then, clear the check mark to enable the Map field before entering a value.
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H
H-0 C-
N
CO
H C O H
Br
H-C 0 H
I
H C O H
H 0 C H
900
WXOB
NOW
19
ALSX
Machookk Pro
H
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Bookmarks People Window Help (54 % ) Tue Nov 19 9:58 PM Q gchemistry.com/myct/itemView?assignmentProblemID=128921066 Chemistry11-Fall2019 Grecia 1 of 20 Review I Constants I Periodic Table S or atoms Below is the open-chain structure of the monosaccharide D-tagatose, which is a ketohexose. Like most monosaccharides, it has more than one chiral carbon. Select all of the chiral carbon atoms Identify the chiral atoms by selecting each atom and assigning it a map number of 1 until all atoms are mapped. To do this, right-click on an atom and choose Atom Properties. (Mac users: Use an equivalent for right-clicking.) Then, clear the check mark to enable the Map field before entering a value. View Available Hint(s) H H-0 C- N CO H C O H Br H-C 0 H I H C O H H 0 C H 900 WXOB NOW 19 ALSX Machookk Pro H

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The structure of chemical compound can be represented as structural formula. A structural formula interprets the arrangement of all bonded atoms with the help of atomic symbols and chemical bonds.

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The isomer molecules have same molecular formula but different structural formula. Different types of isomers are possible like structural isomer, stereoisomers etc. The stereoisomers have same molecular formula but different arrangement of bonded atoms in three-dimensional space. They can be further classified as conformations and configurational isomers.

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Optical isomers are type of stereoisomers which are non-superimposable mirror images of each other. The essential condition for optical is...

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