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An optically active alkene (I) with lowest molecular mass on hydrogenation gives optically inactive alkane, but on insertion of methylene carbene $$\left(:C{H}_{2}\right)$$ in (I), it gives optically active compound (II). The compounds (I) and (II) are:
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A
P
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B
P, R
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C
P, Q
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D
P, Q, R
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E
All
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The correct option is C P, Q
An optically active alkene (I) with lowest molecular mass on hydrogenation gives optically inactive alkane, but on insertion of methylene carbene $$\left(:C{H}_{2}\right)$$ in (I), it gives optically active compound (II). The compounds (I) and (II) are P, Q.
as in P and Q, both (I) and (II) are optically active.
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