(CH3)3CH + Cl2hv A(Major), the compound 'A' is

               (1 mole)

1. (CH3)2CH-CH2-Cl 

2. (CH3)3C-Cl

3. Equimolar mixture of (1) and (2)

4. No reaction

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Concept Questions :-

Alkanes, Alkenes and Alkynes - Chemical Properties

(2) The reactivity order of abstraction of hydrogen is: 1° :2° :3°1 : 3.8 : 5

Cl2hv

                       (1 mole)            (I)                              (II)

Posibility of (I) = No.of 1°H × Reactivity of 1°H =9×1=9

Posibility of (II) = No.of 3°H × Reactivity of 3°H =1×5=5

% of (I)=914 ×100=64.3%

% of (II)=514 ×100=35.7%

 

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