As shown below, compound (B) is one of the configurational isomers of (A).
(a) Determine stereo‐configuration of the carbons in (B) (R, S, or none) and complete Fisher projection of (B). (C1 on the top) and cross points representing C2, C3, and C4.
(b) Please fill in wedge/dash bonds and substituents in the blanks provided below to create the enantiomer (C) to the compound (B). And please also complete the drawing of two meso compounds (D) and (E) based on skeletal (A).
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