I'm considering a problem whereby 1-isopropyl-4-methylcyclohexane with the indicated stereochemistry shown undergoes radical bromination at the indicated position. I understand there are other products produced. However, if the radical initiator (not shown) extracts the hydrogen at the 4 position, then the bromine radical attacks, there will be two distinct products. However, I am having trouble determining if these molecules are chiral? Are they diastereomers to each other?
Also, as a follow up, how would you name these (reagent + two products) to indicate their stereochemistry?