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1.Provide the complete mechanism using curved arrow formalism for the reaction of p

-chlorobenzonitrile in aqueous acid. State which layer (aqueous or organic) the product(s) are isolated in. Give the number of peaks observed in the 13C NMR spectra for the product formed.

2.Give the configuration at each stereogenic site for both compounds shown below. You must report the corresponding configuration at each site (e.g. 2S, 3R, 4R). What is the relationship between the two compounds?


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