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IA) -filir \J Q, | -tJ \ Tutorial Problem Set No. 3 -=*t'\ (-' , \ _J// I ) .^^/ ' ( rl r/.,,,' rl \8,, ^J S(etrwf"r lti ' #{+.\-/' rl {.t } 4g*+^.tprj '\' CHEM 28I l*lAn class we learned that although chiral molecules share many of the same physicai properties, their interactions with plane-polarized light are unique. Below are two examples of chiral molecules whose enantiomers demonstrate additional unique or detrimental properties. a) please draw a chemical strucfure for both enantiomers of thalidomide and point out which enantiomer is (R) and which is (,!. Also, describe now-ui-Tael{ of appreciation for the unique properties of enantiomers led to serious side effects when this molecule was used as a racemic drug. Roughly, what percentage of current drugs on the market are chiral? b) the unique smells of spearmint leaves and caraway seeds can be attributed to the same molecule -rcarvone. Please draw each enantiomer of carvone and briefly explain
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