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Syn & Anti Addition in Stereochemistry: Mechanism, Reactions & Examples Video

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What is syn addition?

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1. What type of stereochemistry will be seen when HCl is added to an alkene?

2. What type of stereochemistry will be seen when H2 is added to an alkene?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

During this mobile-friendly quiz, you'll answer questions on syn and anti relationships in stereochemistry. Main areas you'll be covering include an explanation of syn addition and the type of stereochemistry that exists when HCl is added to an alkene.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

For the multiple-choice quiz, you'll be covering these points:

  • Types of stereochemistry seen when Cl2 and H2 are added to an alkene
  • The first step of the mechanism for adding halogens to an alkene

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the kind of stereochemistry that exists when HCl is added to an alkene and the type of stereochemistry seen when Cl2 and H2 are added to an alkene
  • Defining key concepts - make sure you can correctly define syn addition
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the first step of the mechanism for adding halogens to an alkene

Additional Learning

For more on stereochemistry, consider the lesson named Sny & Anti Addition in Stereochemistry: Mechanism, Reactions & Examples. The following areas will be highlighted:

  • What happens in reactions that don't produce only one type of stereochemistry
  • Addition reactions
  • Chemical structure of enantiomers
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