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Textbook Problem

Indicate whether the circled carbon atom in each of the following molecules is a chiral center.

Chapter 7, Problem 7.16EP, Indicate whether the circled carbon atom in each of the following molecules is a chiral center. , example  1

Chapter 7, Problem 7.16EP, Indicate whether the circled carbon atom in each of the following molecules is a chiral center. , example  2

Chapter 7, Problem 7.16EP, Indicate whether the circled carbon atom in each of the following molecules is a chiral center. , example  3

Chapter 7, Problem 7.16EP, Indicate whether the circled carbon atom in each of the following molecules is a chiral center. , example  4

(a)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The validation about the circled carbon atom in the given molecule being a chiral center has to be predicted.

Concept introduction: A center to which four different groups are attached in a tetrahedral geometry and show handedness is called chiral center.  The molecule containing the chiral center is called chiral molecule.

Explanation

Four different groups should be present in a tetrahedral arrangement, to obtain a chiral center.  The given molecule is shown below.

In the given molecule, four groups which are attached to the circled carbon are

(b)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The validation about the circled carbon atom in the given molecule being a chiral center has to be predicted.

Concept introduction: A center to which four different groups are attached in a tetrahedral geometry and show handedness is called chiral center.  The molecule containing the chiral center is called chiral molecule.

(c)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The validation about the circled carbon atom in the given molecule being a chiral center has to be predicted.

Concept introduction: A center to which four different groups are attached in a tetrahedral geometry and show handedness is called chiral center.  The molecule containing the chiral center is called chiral molecule.

(d)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The validation about the circled carbon atom in the given molecule being a chiral center has to be predicted.

Concept introduction: A center to which four different groups are attached in a tetrahedral geometry and show handedness is called chiral center.  The molecule containing the chiral center is called chiral molecule.

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