Organic Chemistry As a Second Language, 3e: First Semester Topics

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Chapter 7 - Configurations - 7.4 Drawing Enantiomers - Problems - Page 153: 7.60


The enantiomer of this compound is:

Work Step by Step

When the wedges and dashes are not represented, all we need to do is to draw the mirrored image of the compound. It is very simple: just imagine a mirror on the side of the compound, the reflection should be the enantiomer we want.
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