1,3-Butadiene undergoes an electrophilic addition with HBr. Complete the steps in the mechanism to produce the product shown. 2) Draw both the organic and inorganic intermediate species. Include all nonbonding electrons and charges. Draw a curved arrow to convert the intermediate into the product shown. 1) Add curved arrows for the first step. -Br: H, :Br: Нзс -сн—CH2 н

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1,3-Butadiene undergoes an electrophilic addition with HBr. Complete the steps in the mechanism to produce
the product shown.
2) Draw both the organic and inorganic intermediate species.
Include all nonbonding electrons and charges.
Draw a curved arrow to convert the intermediate into the
product shown.
1) Add curved arrows for the first step.
-Br:
H,
:Br:
Нзс
-сн—CH2
н
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1,3-Butadiene undergoes an electrophilic addition with HBr. Complete the steps in the mechanism to produce the product shown. 2) Draw both the organic and inorganic intermediate species. Include all nonbonding electrons and charges. Draw a curved arrow to convert the intermediate into the product shown. 1) Add curved arrows for the first step. -Br: H, :Br: Нзс -сн—CH2 н

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