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Organic Chemistry

Structures and Nomenclature

What is a geometric isomer?

Geometric isomers are molecules containing the same set of atoms and bonding arrangements, but with a different spatial arrangement of the atoms or groups. For example, cis and trans isomers are an example of geometric isomers.



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