What are the products of this alkane substitution reaction? (Assume monosubstitution.)
CH3CH3 + I2→
This alkane substitution reaction undergoes monosubstitution reaction and gives iodoethane with hydrogen iodide.
CH3CH3(g)+I2(g) CH3CH2I(l) + HI(g)
Textbook: Introductory Chemistry
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