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Compare the stability of primary, secondary and tertiary carbocation.

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  • Primary (1°) carbocation: Carbocation contains two hydrogen atoms and attached to only one carbon atom. It is the least stable carbocation among the three.
  • Secondary (2°) carbocation: Carbocation contains one hydrogen atom and attached to two carbon atoms. It is the second most stable carboc...
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