(a) Draw the products of molecular formula C3H4Cl2, including stereoisomers, formed when chlorocyclopropane is heated with Cl2. (b)Assuming that compounds that have different physical properties are separable, how many fractions would be present if the mixture of products were distilled using an efficient fractional distillation? (c) How many fractions would be optically active?

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(a) Draw the products of molecular formula C3H4Cl2, including stereoisomers, formed when chlorocyclopropane is heated with Cl2. (b)Assuming that compounds that have different physical properties are separable, how many fractions would be present if the mixture of products were distilled using an efficient fractional distillation? (c) How many fractions would be optically active? 

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