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Which of the following is/are diastereomer pair(s)?

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Solution

The correct option is C
(a) They have different connectivity of Cl and OH. So these are structural isomers .
(b) There is inversion at only one chiral center whereas the other one has retained the configuration. Hence, these are a pair of diastereomers.
(c) They are non-superimposible and also not morror images of each other. Hence they are a pair of diastereomers.
(d) There is a change in configuration at both chiral centers. Also, there are no elements of symmetry. Hence they are a pair of enantiomers.


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