How do you find optical isomers?

1 Answer
Oct 27, 2016

Look in your sugar bowl?


You will have to refine this question. I cannot ascertain what you are trying to learn. In organic chemistry any carbon atom that is bound to 4 different substituents, i.e. #CR_1R_2R_3R_4# will generate 2 optical isomers that are not superposable. Anyway, it's over to you.