Lecture #17
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Lecture Outline Start of Review for Exam II
List of topics for EXAM II.
Additionally, a question from Exam II from the Spring of 2000 will be gone over to give more examples clarifying the distinction between structural and geometrical isomerism
According to our growing understanding of structural isomerism, these two choices represent two different frameworks. For example, in the positive ion, the top Pt is bonded to four ammonias. The lower Pt is bonded to three ammonias and one chloride. These are structural isomers.
This comparison will be gone over thoroughly in the review.
Molecular basis of acid strength