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The correct statement(s) for the following addition reactions
is/are:

  1. (M and O) and (N and P) are two pairs of diastereomers
  2. Bromination proceeds through trans-addition in both the reactions
  3. O and P are identical molecules
  4. (M and O) and (N and P) are two pairs of enantiomers


Solution

The correct options are
A (M and O) and (N and P) are two pairs of diastereomers
B Bromination proceeds through trans-addition in both the reactions
(M and N ) are identical 

(O and P) are mirror images of each other but not superimposable to each other, and so (O and P) are enantiomers.

(M and O) are not mirror images of each other so these are are diastreomers of each other. 

(N and P) are not mirror images of each other, and so these are are diastreomers.

Bromination proceeds via trans-addition with respect to Br-Br

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