Problem: DRAW the structures of the transition states (geometry unnecessary) for the two propagation steps (in either order) in the chlorination of chloromethane to dichloromethane, with dotted lines to represent partial bonds. You may omit δ·.

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DRAW the structures of the transition states (geometry unnecessary) for the two propagation steps (in either order) in the chlorination of chloromethane to dichloromethane, with dotted lines to represent partial bonds. You may omit δ·.

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