This video discusses the stereochemistry of organic compounds that are represented as fischer projections. It shows you how to identify the chiral carbon centers also known as stereocenters in a fischer projection and how to calculate the number of stereoisomers in addition to assigning R and S configuration to each chirality center. This video provides a lot of examples and practice problems on how to name organic compounds using fischer projections. It also shows you how to classify two compounds as diastereomers, meso compounds, enantiomers, or constitutional isomers.
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