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Textbook Problem

How many chiral centers are present in each of the following molecular structures?

Chapter 7, Problem 7.19EP, How many chiral centers are present in each of the following molecular structures? , example  1

Chapter 7, Problem 7.19EP, How many chiral centers are present in each of the following molecular structures? , example  2

Chapter 7, Problem 7.19EP, How many chiral centers are present in each of the following molecular structures? , example  3

Chapter 7, Problem 7.19EP, How many chiral centers are present in each of the following molecular structures? , example  4

(a)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The total number of chiral centres present in the given molecular structure has to be stated.

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

For a center to be chiral, four different groups should be present in a tetrahedral arrangement.  The given molecular structure is,

(b)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The total number of chiral centres present in the given molecular structure has to be stated.

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 total number of chiral centres present in the given molecular structure has to be stated.

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 total number of chiral centres present in the given molecular structure has to be stated.

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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