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The reaction Br2+CH3BrCH2Br2+HBrwas carried out. Which of the following mechanism steps is bothproductive and relatively likely to occur? a. Br. + .CH2BrCH2Br2 b. Br.+.CH3CH3Br c. Br.+Br2Br2+Br. d. Br.+CH3BrHBr+.CH2Br I don't know how to do this. Plz someone help me.

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asked 2020-12-25
The reaction Br2+CH3BrCH2Br2+HBrwas carried out. Which of the following mechanism steps is bothproductive and relatively likely to occur?
a. Br. + .CH2BrCH2Br2
b. Br.+.CH3CH3Br
c. Br.+Br2Br2+Br.
d. Br.+CH3BrHBr+.CH2Br
I don't know how to do this. Plz someone help me.

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2020-12-26
First step is likely to occur that is Br* + CH2Br*---> CH2Br2 + HBr
CH4 + Br2 ---> CH3Br + HBr
CH3Br + Br2 ---. CH2Br2 + HBr
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