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Stereo isomerism are those molecules which have same molecular formula but differ in the three dimensional orientation in space.
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Does the type of bond formed(sigma or pi bond) also differ ?
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sigma and pi bonds do not change... the connections///bonds remain same. Stereo isomerism is only geometric.. That means, only bond angles will change.
if u take a wire mesh, you can bend wire at each junction, but they are all joined at the junctions. same way.
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Stereoisomerism is the arrangement of atoms in molecules whose connectivity remains the same but their arrangement in space is different in each isomer.
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