The drug L-Dopa
A)is marketed as a racemic mixture for the treatment of Parkinson's disease.
B)was first isolated from the leaves of the broad bean Vicia faba.
C)is a chiral molecule with two chirality centers.
D)has only one enantiomer that is active against Parkinson's disease.
How many enantiomers can a chiral stereoisomer have?
D)The number of enantiomers depends on the number of chirality centers.
How many diastereomers can a chiral stereoisomer have?
D)The number of diastereomers depends on the number of chirality centers.
What property is the odor of a molecule most dependent on?
A)the functional groups present in the molecule
B)the shape of the molecule
C)whether a molecule can form hydrogen bonds
D)the number of carbons in the molecule