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17-32 r'\ r\ hv Br-Br 2 Br- initiation CH3 CH3 I ·C-H CH3 I C-H 6 - -H (A Br- + V 6 propagation step 1 Br- + CH3 I Br-C-H 6 nr '/'" I Br-Br .. propagation step 2 CH3 I ·C-H 6 C H t 17-33 A statistical mixture would give 2 : 3 or 40% : 60% a to . To calculate the relative reactivities, the percents must be corrected for the numbers of each type of hydrogen. a: 56% 2H = 28 relative reactivity �: 44% 3H = 14.7 relative reactivity The reactivity of a to is 28 14.7 1.9
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