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In what ways are double and triple covalent bonds different  from single covalent bonds?

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Organic chemistry notes 5 I­clicker questions # 1. How many and what type of isomers are formed in the following reaction: Answer: 3 = 1 pair of Enantiomers + 1 constitutional isomer # 2. Which is the most stable carbocation: The positive charge can be spread over 3 atoms = more stability # 3. What is the major product of the reaction of: Answer: Markovnikov’s rule The electrophile is added to carbon bonded to most hydrogen # 4. Which alkenes yield 3­bromo­3­methylpentene as the major product upon addition of H­Br # 5. Which of the carbocation is likely to rearrange

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