Questions tagged [geometrical-isomerism]

Also known as cis/trans isomerism, configurational isomerism, or E/Z isomerism when referring to alkenes.

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What theoretically is the smallest cyclic trans hydrocarbon to correspond to a local potential energy minimum?

Trans-cyclooctene is isolatable at room temperature. Trans-cycloheptene is also known at low temperature. Ab Initio Conformational Analysis of trans-Cyclohexene (1995) says that there is ...
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Will N,N‐diethylbenzamide show geometrical isomerism?

I know for a compound to show geometrical isomerism it should have site of restricted rotation; be connected to two different groups on either side of site of restricted rotation; the distance ...
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Which of the following is more stable?

In this image, does the arrows indicate correct rate of reactions? The upper arrow is longer and lower is shorter. According to me Chair is more stable than Twist Boat. Does axial and equatorial ...
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Synthesis of Pt(II) complex using trans effect

By making use of the trans-effect in platinum(II) complexes, show efficient routes for the synthesis of all the possible isomers of $\ce{[PtCl(NH3)2(py)]+}$ (where $\ce{py}$ = pyridine) from the ...
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Shortcuts for finding geometrical isomers

Our teacher provides us extra questions for pratice, so one of the questions was :- Find number of products if following are reacted with excess $\ce{NH2OH}$ (hydroxyl amine): Cyclohex - (i) 1,4-...
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What does the dissociative mechanism for cis/trans interconversion of [Mo(CO)4(PPh3)2] look like?

All I can find in the literature is that the cis→trans interconversion proceeds via dissociation of one of the PPh3 ligands resulting in a square-pyramidal Cs intermediate, with the remaining PPh3 in ...
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Does dihydroimidazole show geometrical isomerism?

Does dihydroimidazole (above) exhibit geometrical isomerism? Does the fact that the lone pair is involved in conjugation with a double bond affect anything? As far as I know, it does not exhibit ...
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Geometric isomers of substituted methylidenecyclohexane?

My thoughts on the problem: I am sort compound of sure C and D will not show geometric isomerism because of the same groups (H and H) attached. In compound A and B, suppose I swap the positions of H ...
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Is rotation/flip of skeletal structural formula of Sildenafil/Claim 6 okay?

I want to show visually the similarities between Sildenafil (Viagra) and the molecule on the right: Is it allowed to flip the skeletal structural formula and rotate bond strings of the molecule on ...
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Draw a structure for each of the following isomers of unsaturated amine 1

My ochem professor has several practice exams as resources but does not include answers, I believe I understand the concepts but once I apply them I'm not sure whether I'm right or clueless. Can ...
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Mathematical model of isomerism

Does there exist a mathematical model of isomerism? (a model which is capable of predicting, for given circumstances, the re-arrangement that is going to occur, e.g. Demjanov, Wagner-Meerwein etc.). ...
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Which would have higher priority according to CIP rule (Cyclic Substituents)?

So if we were to assign E-Z nomenclature to this compound : then the Ethyl group would obviously have more priority than methyl group, but I am confused whether out of Cyclopropane and Cyclobutane ...
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For a flat, planar molecule, how do you determine which side is up? Or down?

I was just reading about alpha and beta linkages in certain cyclic molecules, and it said that the alpha configuration was the one in which a hydrogen was sticking out above the plane, and an OH ...
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Plaster of Paris

One of my Chemistry professors said that the hard mass formed after adding water to Plaster of Paris, cannot be converted back into Plaster of Paris. However, he said that the original Gypsum can be ...
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What type of isomers are the following two compounds?

What type of isomers are the following two compounds?They do not seem to be geometrical isomers as the methyl groups at terminal position are not in same plane as such.Are they conformers?
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Trans vs. cis, or Z vs. E

I am new to organic chemistry and am confused regarding the following question: Does the geometrical isomerism of 3-methyl-2-heptene fall into the category of trans vs. cis, or the category of Z vs. ...
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Melting point of trans-4-methylhex-4-enoic acid and cis-4-methylhex-4-enoic acid

My book said that the cis isomer has a higher melting point. But I dont understand isn't that the trans isomer can pack more efficiently, because the trans isomer less bulky/ create less 'kink' than ...
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Total Structural Isomers of diphenyl chloromethane?

The maximum option is 8 available but while Drawing I found there are many more . Are there any other condition of structural formula except the fact that the compounds will have the same molecular ...