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Both oxirane carbon atoms are optically active, because both contain 4 different substituents. The left one has a methyl group, a hydrogen atom, the other oxirane carbon atom and the oxygen atom from the oxirane ring. The other oxirane carbon has the following substituents: a hydrogen, an ethyl group, the oxirane oxigen and the other oxirane carbon. I assume ...


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