Answer is 5
Is answer 5?
The stereogenic centres have been marked with '*' in the diagram below
Did you get the solution.
In my opinion the diagram is confusing.
The circled one is a stereogenic centre not a chiral centre.
All chiral centers are stereogenic centers but all stereogenic centers are not chiral centres.
(The question has asked for stereogenic centres only)
This is what my friend sent me
Your friend is correct bro . I thought same . . . That marked by Rafe moin bro at double bond isnt stereocentre as such two same groups H present there
You are correct @Azimuddin_Sheikh and @Ayan_Agrawal I completely overlooked the fact.
How to do this one ? Among 1 and 2 option here ?
@Ayan_Agrawal @Viraam_Rao bro , can u help ?
You have doubt in part Q or part P and Q?
Basically the mechanism which causes them to be among option racemic and diastereomers .
Option Q is hunsdeicker reaction and goes through free radical intermediate
@Ayan_Agrawal bro I got that reaction, I mean for others decarboxylation is happening so how to check for diastereomers and racemic ? Is there any way where its becomes planar in decarboxylation mechanism ?
Its diasetiomer imo p,q
I ticked that but for all will it be diastereomers ?? @Aarushi_Srivastava among r s ??
Not for R checking for s
Yes the free radical carbon will become planar and will give both configuration keeping the configuration of others fixed.
Like in 1 diastereomer should be formed