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May 23, 2010

0% What fat?

devadutta @ 11:59 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1274659187 ) Play

What are molecules like this called?

I never understood this thing in 2nd PUC. So simple it is. tche!

Cracked By: Thejas V R , shrik , Rogi , Raghuvansh , Shwetha Maiya , udupendra , varuns88 , umang , googboog , Aparna , Logik , Bharath , dineshk , madhur , Rahulk , rohanquizzer , Prasanth and sandesh

Answer: Stereo-isomers or Geometric-isomers or cis-trans-isomers.

The molecules you see here are

1) trans-1,2-dichlorocyclohexane

2) cis-1,2-dichlorocyclohexane


22 Responses to “0% What fat?”

  1. Chirals/Enantiomers.


  2. shrik
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    Stereoisomers?

    Cis-trans (geometric) isomerism.


  3. Rogi
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    Just the left image?

    It’s an Isomerism comparison of 1,2-dichlorocyclohexane.
    *trans* on the left and *cis* on the right.


  4. Raghuvansh
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    Cis and trans isomers of 1,2-Dichlorocyclohexane.


  5. Cis-trans isomers – Geometric isomers.


  6. udupendra
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    Cis-trans isomerism


  7. varuns88
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    cis-trans isomers


  8. umang

    cis-trans isomers…


  9. trans-1,2-dichlorocyclohexane
    cis-1,2-dichlorocyclohexane
    i’m guessing that the answer you were looking for is trans fat?


  10. Aparna
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    Cis-trans isomers


  11. Logik
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    The compound is 1,2-dichlorocyclohexane.
    Cis-Trans Isomerism it is called.

    When the substituent groups are oriented in the same direction, the diastereomer is referred to as cis, whereas, when the substituents are oriented in opposing directions, the diastereomer is referred to as trans.


  12. Bharath
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    cis trans isomerism…a form of stereo isomerism


  13. dineshk
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    Stereoisomerism – more precisely cis-trans isomerism which describes whether the functional groups in a molecule are oriented towards or away from the observer. I wish there had been a wikipedia when I was struggling with enantiomers and diastereomers.


  14. madhur
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    isomers – type stereoisomerism (in pic)


  15. SV
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    Sucralose? the zero calorie artificial sweeteners


  16. Ganesh Prasad

    Chlorocarbons ? (eg- Sucralose : insoluble in fat)


  17. Rahulk
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    Cis-Trans Isomerism

    1) trans-1,2-dichlorocyclohexane

    2) cis-1,2-dichlorocyclohexane

    The hint was 0 % “Trans” Fats


  18. shenoyvarun86
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    Trans Fat


  19. reddevil_ani

    Isomers.


  20. stereoisomers


  21. Prasanth
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    cis-trans isomers -> stereoisomers.


  22. sandesh

    CIS-TRANS Isomers


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