last one C ?
For first, rotate the bonds to see if they coincide ,it happens in a,c
Yeah, first one a, c i.e PR or option b
Q2- c , (odd double bonds)
Meso has internal compensation so by rotating bond means exactly what we r checking @pratyaksh_tyagi?
@Viraj that c shows optical activity imo
The molecule can be cut into exact same halves, which Sourav has shown
Got it @pratyaksh_tyagi
50% + , 50% -
Q2 kya bat kr rhe ho odd kaha hai!?
Oh sry, but there was some case like this , ( cumulated double bonds )
Ok try again
See the second last que what does the last option mean thwre? @Sourav_Madanpuri
No bro nothing like that. Actually answer is B that P one will show!!
I was sure of c. @pratyaksh_tyagi
2nd qn A ?
amine flipping right @Aayush
Nah how A bro it is sp2 hybrid @Viraj
But if bonds were odd , it was achiral
Yeah i know that
Amine flipping occur in 2
But wait , isn't there's steric hindrance
2nd one is it b?
Phosphorus should have 4 bonds to be OA
Yeahh that whay i think answer is B only
But what about amine inverse @Sourav_Madanpuri