2. In this question, you are asked to suggest structures for several organic compounds.
Compounds F, G and H are unbranched alkenes that are isomers, each with a relative molecular mass of 70.0.
Compounds F and G are E/Z stereoisomers.
Compound H is a structural isomer of compounds F and G.
• Explain what is meant by the terms structural isomer and stereoisomer.
• Explain why some alkenes have E/Z isomerism.
• Analyse this information to suggest possible structures for compounds F, G and
I UNDERSTOOD THE DEFINITIONS, JUST DONT KNOW HOW TO USE THE Mr to calculate the structure. Is it guess work?
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- Thread Starter
- 24-04-2016 14:44
- 24-04-2016 14:51
Alkenes have the general formula CnH2n it can be written as n(12+2)
I think you an work it out from here.