Explain cip nomenclature, Chemistry

A monosaccharide A has a molecular weight of 150 Da. The two stereoisomers B and C that are both optically inactive form when A reacts with NaBH4. 

Verify at all stereocenters in A up to C the absolute configuration according to the CIP (R/S) nomenclature.


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