Isomers: Geometric Isomerism
This resource includes a geometric isomerism activity and an answer key, both available in editable PowerPoint form and uneditable PDF form. The activity includes key definitions and examples with linked in questions. It is ideal for independent learning and is an introductory resource for students without any prior knowledge on geometric isomerism.
The activity covers:
– Distinguishing between E/Z (trans/cis) isomerism
– Defining geometric isomerism
– Boiling points for different isomers
– Identifying group priority around the C=C bond
The answer sheet covers all questions thoroughly.
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|Lesson Plan Main Category
|4yh Year (Transition), 5th Year, 6th Year, Science
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