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Solution: The separation of enantiomers from each other is called A. stereoselectivity.  B. racemization.  C. resolution. D. hyperconjugation.  E. None of these terms.

Problem

The separation of enantiomers from each other is called

A. stereoselectivity. 

B. racemization. 

C. resolution.

D. hyperconjugation. 

E. None of these terms.