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Predict the major and minor products of the following reactions. I have already found the products for "HBr" and "H2 -> Pt" I cant find the other three.

1) MCPBA
2) Н,о"
1) ВН, -THF
2) H2O2, N2OH
HBr
Br2
На
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Transcribed Image Text:1) MCPBA 2) Н,о" 1) ВН, -THF 2) H2O2, N2OH HBr Br2 На
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