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Chlorination of alkanes is an example of.
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A) Ionic reactions
B) Elimination reactions
C) Addition reactions
D) Free radical reactions
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Chlorination of alkanes is an example of. ..... A) Ionic reactions B) Elimination reactions C) Addition reactions D) Free radical reactions

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