Examine a molecular model of compound, Chemical Engineering

Which one of the following statements is correct? You may wish to examine a molecular model of this compound.

1. Carbon G is an asymmetric center and its configuration is R

2. Carbon C is an asymmetric center and its configuration is S

3. Carbon C is not an asymmetric center

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