Problem: For the addition of HCl to alkenes according to the general equation given in the preceding problem, assume the mechanism involves rate-determining formation of the more stable carbocation (arrow 5 ) and predict the alkyl chloride formed by reaction of HCl with (CH 3)2C=CH2. a. (CH3)2CHCH2Clb. (CH3)3CCl 

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For the addition of HCl to alkenes according to the general equation given in the preceding problem, assume the mechanism involves rate-determining formation of the more stable carbocation (arrow 5 ) and predict the alkyl chloride formed by reaction of HCl with (CH 3)2C=CH2

a. (CH3)2CHCH2Cl

b. (CH3)3CCl 

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