The correct order of reactivity of I,II and III towards addition reactions is:
(a) I>III>II (b) I>II>III (c) III>II>I (d) III>I>II
Which of the following reactants is suitable for preparation of methane and ethane by using one step only?
(a) H2C = CH2
The number of possible monobromo products is (excluding stereoisomers):
(a) 4 (b) 5 (c) 8 (d) 10
Concept Questions :-
On catalytic reduction(H2/Pt) how many alkenes will give n-butane?
(Kolbe electrolysis method)
Product (A) of the reaction is :
4. none of these
Which of the following bromides is the major product of the reaction shown below, assuming that there are no carbocation rearrangement?
Which of the following, when undergoing addition of HBr, will form ONLY a pair of diastereomers?
Taking into account the stability of various carbocations and, as well as the rules governing mechanisms of carbocation rearrangements, which reaction is most likely to occur during the given reaction ?