Each of the two carbocations in Solved Problem 6-2 can also react with ethanol to give a substitution product. Give the structures of the two substitution products formed in this reaction.
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Rearrange carbonation (tertiary) reacts with to give another substituted product.
Textbook: Organic Chemistry
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