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When an optically inactive reagent and a racemic mixture of an optically active compound are mixed, it can create an optically active product from an initially optically inactive set of reagents. Such a process was described by Donald Cram when formulating Cram’s rule when mixing 2-phenylpropionaldehyde and bromobenzene. This process can best be described
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