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any tricks in streroisomers,optical isomers,etc.what should be strategy for jee physics i have prepared mechanics well but i even though i have some doubts in d.c pandey

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Hi,


Please clear your doubts with some mentor or teacher


You can also ask Askiitians officials to help you in that


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3 years ago

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