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examples for stereo centres which are not chiral centres

examples for stereo centres which are not chiral centres
 

Grade:10

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Bhavya
askIITians Faculty 1281 Points
4 years ago
Dear student
Stereocentre- If there is no plane of symmetry in the molecule of an organic compound, we say it is having a stereocentre.
Chiral Centre/Chiral Carbon Atom - If in a moelcule there is a carbon atom such that it is linked to four different atoms or groups, we say it is having chiral carbon atom.For example, cis and trans-2-butene are stereo isomers, but not chiral isomers.

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