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We’re being asked to convert the given bondline structure into a Fischer projection.
Recall that Fischer projections are a way of drawing stereoisomers, usually for sugars and carbohydrates. In a Fischer projection:
• Horizontal lines: are above the plane or in a wedge line
• Vertical lines: are below the plane or in a dashed line
• Intersections: are chiral centers
Convert the following bond line formula into a Fischer projection.
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