what is the difference between stereo and optical
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Answer / sahithi
Stereo isomers have the same molecular formula and the same
structure but differ in spatial configuration.
stereo isomers are of 2 types.geometrical and optical
optical isomerism is part of stereo isomerism.
optical isomers differ from each other in the position of
various atoms or groups of atoms in space around the
asymmetric carbon atom.
these are the mirror images of each other.
for ex glyceraldehyde has only one asymmetric carbon and it
exists in 2 isomerc forms i.e D and L forms.
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Answer / vipul panchal
stereo isomers r d one which has same molecular formula but differ in the spatial arrangement of their substituent gp.
Optical isomers r d one which differ in their way to rotate the plane of polarized light depending on which they categorized as d and l.
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