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5-2 1 continued (b) CH3 Br + Cl Cl ± Br + B b, ² C : 50:±0 B r H C l r C l - * * H3C C l h B f I * ³ = * racemic mixture²not optically active, although each enantiomer by itseLf would be optically active ³ planesof i H th3 ( symmetRy H 1 i f H H = H '- (c) / : \ H H : (d) HO * H ± t CH2 0 H ? r * ±² ³ cH3 not chiral , not optically active CHO h±OH h²-H (e) H³OH HO OH ±´22 (a) H´OH CH2²H opticaLLy active COOH H + H A HO COOh HO ± H H Ch3 B enantiomersµ A and B; C ¶nd D
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2010 for the course CHEM 140 taught by Professor Wade during the Spring '10 term at Whitman.

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