A-9.Dissociation to give a secondary carbocationRearrangement by hydride migration to give a tertiary carbocationCapture of the carbocation by water to give productB-1.(b)B-2.(c)B-3.(d)B-4.(c)B-5.(d)B-6.(a)B-7.(c)B-8.(d)B-9.(c)B-10.(a)B-11.(a)B-12.(c)B-13.(c)B-14.(c)CHAPTER 9A-1.(a)4,5-Dimethyl-2-hexyne(c)6,6-Dimethylcyclodecyne(b)4-Ethyl-3-propyl-1-heptyneA-2.(a)(e)(bf)Na, NH3(l)(c)H2O, H2SO4, HgSO4(g)(dh)A-3.Reaction (2) is effective; the desired product is formed by an SN2 reaction.Reaction (1) is not effective, owing to E2 elimination from the secondary bromide.111NaBrCH3CCNaCH3CH2CHCH
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