Basic Organic Nomenclature

An Introduction

Dave Woodcock,
Associate Professor Emeritus UBC (Okanagan)
©1996,2000, 2008

7. Stereochemistry (iii)
Chirality

III. Drawing 3-D Structures in 2-D
(i) Wedges

Self-study Questions
Answers

Index


Note:
If your sketch is different from the ones given here,
try to convert by interchanging bonds.
    If you must interchange twice, then you have the correct sketch.
    If you must interchange once or thrice, then you have the incorrect sketch.

Sketch a wedge diagram for each of the following molecules:

1.

2.

3.

4.

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6.


Return to Questions
Continue illustration conventions with one of the following:

Sawhorse diagrams and Newman projections

Fischer projections including diastereoisomerism


Review More than One Chirality centre.

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