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A stereocenter in organic chemistry is a carbon with four different atoms or groups of atoms attached to it.
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Do we need to know this for the final?
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if it is on the final, is it used as a concept question or something more than that?
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I am not sure but if it is on the final I doubt it'd be very important. As long as you remember that basic definition
Nick Lewis 3D
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Is it only a stereocenter if all the atoms are different, or can 2 or more atoms be the same?
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