Problem: Determine which pair of molecule(s) are optically active.  1. A and C2. B and D3. B and C4. C and D5. Three of these are optically active.

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Determine which pair of molecule(s) are optically active. 

1. A and C

2. B and D

3. B and C

4. C and D

5. Three of these are optically active.

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