Hydrohalogenation Video Lessons

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Problem: Draw the addition product formed when one equivalent of HCl reacts with the following diene.

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First, we can observe that the double bonds are separated by 1 carbon on either side. 

This means that it is not conjugated and only goes through regular hydrohalogenation. 


Alkene + HXalkyl halide

  • Markovnikov – more substituted product (more stable carbocation)


Hydrohalogenation


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Draw the addition product formed when one equivalent of HCl reacts with the following diene.

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