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Draw a structural formula of the RS configuration of the compound shown below.
Cl
R
Cl
S
Use the wedge/hash bond tools to indicate stereochemistry where it exists.
Include H atoms at chiral centers only.
If a group is achiral, do not use wedged or hashed bonds on it.
req
M)
e
1s
ho
fo
Thp
44
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References [Review Topice] Draw a structural formula of the RS configuration of the compound shown below. Cl R Cl S Use the wedge/hash bond tools to indicate stereochemistry where it exists. Include H atoms at chiral centers only. If a group is achiral, do not use wedged or hashed bonds on it. req M) e 1s ho fo Thp 44

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