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Draw both resonance structures of the most stable carbocation intermediate in the reaction shown.

Draw both resonance structures of the most stable carbocation intermediate in the reaction shown.
+ HBr
+HBr
You do not have to consider stereochemistry.
. Do not include anionic counter-ions, e.g., I, in your answer.
Draw one structure per sketcher. Add additional sketchers using the drop-down menu in the bottom right corner.
Separate resonance structures using the symbol from the drop-down menu.
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Transcribed Image Text:Draw both resonance structures of the most stable carbocation intermediate in the reaction shown. + HBr +HBr You do not have to consider stereochemistry. . Do not include anionic counter-ions, e.g., I, in your answer. Draw one structure per sketcher. Add additional sketchers using the drop-down menu in the bottom right corner. Separate resonance structures using the symbol from the drop-down menu.
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