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Exercise: Chlorination of alkanes

Exercise

Which reactivity ratio of the different hydrogen types is observed in the chlorination of 2-methylbutane at 25 °C?

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primary : secondary : tertiary = 5 : 4 : 1.

tertiary : secondary : primary = 5 : 3 : 2.

tertiary : secondary : primary = 5 : 4 : 1.

primary : secondary : tertiary = 1 : 2 : 3.

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Radical chlorination is not relevant in the synthesis of specific alkyl halides.

Radical chlorination of alkanes always yields mixtures of single- and multiple-chlorinated products.

Radical chlorination may be employed for the synthesis of specific alkyl halides.

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The radical subtraction is useful for the conversion of inert alkanes into inactive compounds.

With radical halogenation, non-reactive alkanes may be converted into alkyl halides, which are much more reactive.

Through nucleophobic substitutions, a wide range of alcoholic compounds may be obtained from alkyl halides.

Through nucleophilic substitutions, a wide range of alkyl compounds may be obtained from alkyl halides.

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