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Chem 111 test 2

Practice for Chem111 test 2. Deltech Owens.

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The carbon-carbon double bond is rigid because of the shape of the __ in it's formation. orbitals
Rotation around a double or triple bond is __. restricted
In alkenes, __ __ differ from one another by the location of the groups on the same or opposite sides of the double bond. geometric isomers
If both groups are on the same side of the double bond, the molecule is a __ isomer. cis
If both groups are on opposite sides of the double bond, the molecule is a __ isomer. trans
Why is the carbon-carbon double bond rigid? The shape of the orbitals in its formation.
The geometric isomers in alkenes differ from one another by the location of the groups on the __ or __ sides of the double bond. same or opposite
A cis isomer is one where both groups are on the (same or opposite?) side of the double bond. same
If one of the 2 carbons of the double bond has 2 __ substituents, there are no cis-trans for that molecule. identical
A trans isomer is one where both groups are on the (same or opposite?) side of the double bond. opposite
Created by: IsaacJ