Problem: How many atoms and electrons are directly involved in the bond-making and bond-breaking in the first step of the reaction of bromine with an alkene?   (A) three atoms, four electrons (B) three atoms, six electrons (C) four atoms, four electrons (D) four atoms, six electrons (E) five atoms, four electrons  (F) five atoms, six electrons

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How many atoms and electrons are directly involved in the bond-making and bond-breaking in the first step of the reaction of bromine with an alkene?

(A) three atoms, four electrons

(B) three atoms, six electrons

(C) four atoms, four electrons

(D) four atoms, six electrons

(E) five atoms, four electrons 

(F) five atoms, six electrons

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