Problem:  A mixture of equal amounts of two enantiomers:a. is optically inactiveb. is called a racemic mixturec. implies that the enantiomers are meso formsd. both A and Be. none of the above

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 A mixture of equal amounts of two enantiomers:

a. is optically inactive

b. is called a racemic mixture

c. implies that the enantiomers are meso forms

d. both A and B

e. none of the above

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