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Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 390

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17-37 (a) The combination of HEr with a free-radical initiator generates bromine radicals and leads to anti- Markovnikovorientation. (Recall that whatever species adds first to an alkene determines orientation.) The product will be 2-bromo-l-phenylpropane. (b) Assume the free-radical initiator is a peroxide. R R -- - 2 RO· r'lr' RO· + H - Br --- ROH + Br · 6 HC V C : I . Br .. more stable than 17-38
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