Problem: Draw the product formed when the compound shown below undergoes a reaction with HBr in CH2CI2. Draw the product formed when the structure shown below undergoes a reaction with diluted solution of H2SO4 in CH3OH. Draw the product formed when the compound shown below undergoes a reaction with HBr in CH2CI2. Draw the structure of the product that is formed when the compound shown below undergoes a reaction with HBr in CH2CI2. Draw the structure of the product that is formed when the compound shown below undergoes a reaction with HBr in CH2CI2.Draw the structure of the product that is formed when the compound shown below undergoes a reaction with HBr in CH2CI2.

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Alkene + HX → alkyl halide


  • Markovnikov' rule  addition on more substituted (more stable carbocation)


a)  2° alkene + HBr → 2° alkyl halide (bromide)

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Draw the product formed when the compound shown below undergoes a reaction with HBr in CH2CI2


Draw the product formed when the structure shown below undergoes a reaction with diluted solution of H2SO4 in CH3OH. 


Draw the product formed when the compound shown below undergoes a reaction with HBr in CH2CI2


Draw the structure of the product that is formed when the compound shown below undergoes a reaction with HBr in CH2CI2


Draw the structure of the product that is formed when the compound shown below undergoes a reaction with HBr in CH2CI2.


Draw the structure of the product that is formed when the compound shown below undergoes a reaction with HBr in CH2CI2.

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