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6. Treatment of cholesterol with mCPBA results in formation of a single epoxide A, with the
stereochemistry drawn. Why isn't the isomeric epoxide B formed to any extent?
H
H
H
HO
HO
A
в
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6. Treatment of cholesterol with mCPBA results in formation of a single epoxide A, with the stereochemistry drawn. Why isn't the isomeric epoxide B formed to any extent? H H H HO HO A в

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