1. Which mechanism produces two type of optical isomer?
- Sn1 Mechanism
- Sn2 Mechanism
- Nucleophilic addition
- Electrophilic addition
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2. How can you test if a compund is optically active?
- cross your fingers and hope
- If the rotate a plane of light
- If they rotate a plane of polarised light
- add NaOH
- because planar ion can be attcked by nucleophile from either side
- because planar ion can only be attacked by nucleophile from one side
- because thats how chemistry works
4. What isomerism happens because of c=c bond?
- E/Z (geometric)
- functional groups
5. Define Stereoisomers
- different molecualr formula but are arranged the same in the space
- same molecular formula but are arranged differently in the space
- different molecualr formula and are arranged differently in the space
- same molecular formula and are arranged the same in the space