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• If they are on the same side → Z (zusammen or together) or cis
• If they are on the opposite side → E (entgegen or opposite) or trans
The following structure has several cis/trans isomers. Draw one in the box below.
Use the wedge/hash bond tools to indicate. In cases where there is more than one. Draw the largest group with a wedge bond stereochemistry answer, just draw one Only consider cis/trans isomers, and do not change the relative positions of the substituents.
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