(a) Draw line-and-wedge structures for the two enantiomers of the following allene. (b) One enantiomer of this compound has a specific rotation of 230.7. What is the specific rotation of the other?
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CEM 141 Lecture 32: IMFs and Structure Properties (Part 1) Dr. Jian Hu November 18 , 2016 Hydrogen Bonding Hydrogen Bonding interactions only ocurr in very specific molecules They occur between two molecules st 1 molecule: must contain H covalently bonded to O, N, or F since any of the H-O, H-N, or H-F bonds are highly polarized,...
Textbook: Organic Chemistry
Author: Marc Loudon, Jim Parise
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