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  • Dimmethyl Carvone Stereochemistry

    In chiral environments one enantiomer undergoes a chemical reaction more rapidly than the other. As such, the enantiomeric carvones smell different because they interact with the chiral active sites of receptors. The optical rotations of both carvones were measured by a polarimeter. A polarimeter passes light through a polarizer so that plane-polarized light then passes through the sample. Diastereomers are either achiral, meaning they do not have stereocenters, or they may have two or more stereocenters. Achiral molecules do not exhibit optical activity. Some diastereomers are meso, which describes a configurational isomer that has two stereocenters and is superimposable to its mirror image. Unlike enantiomers, diastereomers do not have identical chemical and physical properties. Dimethyl maleate and dimethyl fumarate are a pair of diastereomers. At room temperature, dimethyl maleate is a liquid and dimethyl fumarate is a solid. They can be interconverted into each other by breaking the carbon-carbon double bond into a single bond and allowing the molecule to rotate before reforming the double bond. A bromine radical is formed by the breaking of a bromine-bromine bond in the presence of strong light. The double bond is broken by the bromine radical, which binds to one of the carbons. This allows of the free bond rotation of the molecule. Once the rotation…

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  • Difference Between Cis And Trans Isomers

    31. cis/trans isomers Isomers are compounds with a similar substance recipe however extraordinary structures. The structures of these isomers vary in the introduction of the two chloride particles around the Co3+ particle. In the trans isomer, the chlorides involve positions opposite each other in the octahedron. In the cis isomer, they possess contiguous positions. The distinction amongst cis and trans isomers can be recollected by taking note of that the prefix trans is utilized to portray…

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  • Figure 3. Four Isomers Of Non-Acidic Oxygen Compounds

    ii. Non-Acidic Oxygen Compounds Figure 3.4 Isomers of non-acidic oxygen compounds (Retrieved from Chemistry of Petrochemical Processes, 2nd Edition, 2001). C .Asphlathenes It is organometallic compounds and inorganic salts (metallic compounds). Mostly sodium, calcium, magnesium, aluminium, iron, vanadium, nickel are present either as inorganic salts, such as sodium and magnesium chlorides, or in the form of organometallic compounds, such as those of nickel and vanadium (as in porphyrins).…

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  • How Do Ibuprofen And How Does It Work

    Although they and look the same,have many identical properties, including identical boiling points, freezing points, and solubility. Although these isomers are nearly the same, they interact with molecules in different ways. The S+ form of ibuprofen is pharmacologically active, or produces the desired pain-relieving effects. The R- form is unable to block the formation of prostaglandins because it is unable to bond to the active site of the COX enzymes. Interestingly enough, the body has an…

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  • Isomeric Purity Essay

    Enantiomeric purity The enantiomeric purity is an important issue to produce pharmaceutical products of acceptable quality. The mobile phase was optimized to discriminate ESO and S-NAP from their chiral impurity (R-isomer). For checking the method ability to separate the chiral impurities from the active isomers of each drug, spiking of the prepared pure S-NAP and ESO isomers with their corresponding racemic mixtures at 1%, 2% and 5% levels of the main peak was done. Method optimization was…

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  • Wittig Reaction Lab Report

    IR was also obtained for the final product. Overall, the 1H NMR data shows a decrease in (Z)-stilbene and an increases in (E)-stilbene. For the first fraction, the crude product, a ratio of (E)-stilbene to (Z)-stilbene was 1:1. This means that the crude mixture was half of the trans isomer and half the cis isomer. This ratio was determined by looking at the two singlets in the spectra RM-09-1 representing the protons on alkene double bond. The singlets in RM-09-1 were found at 7.11 ppm and 6.59…

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  • 1-Naphthoylindoles

    designer drugs of 1-pentylacylindoles series of synthetic cannabinoids compounds associated mainly with naphthoylindoles and benzoylindoles structures, via using various analytical methods. These isomers and analogs represent potential designer modification of banned drugs and show the same elemental composition and yielding identical nominal, exact masses and general analytical properties which make the potential of misidentification increase. Electron- ionization gas chromatography- mass…

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  • Stereochemistry Synthesis

    responses. A critical branch of stereochemistry is the investigation of chiral atoms. Stereochemistry is otherwise called 3D science in light of the fact that the prefix "stereo-" signifies "three-dimensionality". The primary investigation of stereochemistry is on stereoisomers and traverses the whole range of natural, inorganic, organic, physical and particularly supramolecular science. Stereoisomers are isomeric molecules that have the same sub-atomic recipe and arrangement of reinforced…

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  • Stereochemistry: Reaction Of Haloalkanes

    Stereochemistry (Reaction of Haloalkanes) Stereoisomers are compounds having the same molecular formula but they are different in the special arrangement. Stereoisomers fall into two main categories Geometric isomers- This is further subdivided into cis and trans isomers. Optical Isomers In this section, we will discuss the optical isomers and how their involvement in the reactions of haloalkanes. Optical Isomers Optical isomers are compounds having the same molecular formula but they differ in…

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  • Nitrophenol Lab Report

    After observing the first spectrum, another spectrum was obtained and analyzed. Since para and ortho have similar structures but only different positions, the stretches were the same however the wave numbers were different. The second spectrum had peaks at 3364.69 cm-1, 1615.96 cm-1, 1528.95 cm-1, and 1444.80 cm-1 (Figure 6). When comparing both spectrums it can be seen that the second spectrum has stronger peaks as seen in Figure 6. Typically stronger peaks from the spectrum were corresponded…

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