Problem: Use collision theory to determine which single-step reaction has the smallest orientation factor.a) H + H → H2b) I + HI → I2 + Hc) H2 + H2C=CH2 → H3C–CH3d) All of these reactions have the same orientation factor.

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Use collision theory to determine which single-step reaction has the smallest orientation factor.
a) H + H → H2
b) I + HI → I2 + H
c) H2 + H2C=CH2 → H3C–CH3
d) All of these reactions have the same orientation factor.

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