Is it possible to draw a stereoisomer of a molecule that has no chirality centers?
For reference, I'm looking at the molecule below. I can't identify any chirality centers in it.
- Roger the MoleLv 78 months agoFavourite answer
I don't see any chirality centers either, but that means only that there are no enantiomers. But the double bond on the left could have a cis isomer, which counts as a stereoisomer.