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Identify the chiral carbon atoms in the cationic natural product muscarine, found in some poisonous mushrooms.
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Chiral carbon centres:

 A carbon atom that is bonded by four different atoms or group of atoms in a molecule is called as chiral carbon center.  This chiral carbon is also known as asymmetric carbon.

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The structure of muscarine with s...

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