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Ques) In the above figure, Compound A has two stereoisomers, but compounds B and C exist as single compounds.  Explain

7 years ago


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Hi Tushar,

In compound A there is no lone pair on N... so no resonance with the double bond.

In compound B two similar groups are present on N....they are stereoisomers.

In compound C as the N is having lone pair of electrons it will involve in conjugation with the double bond...making the molecule stereo isomers

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