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11. predict the product(s) of the following reaction 

Fall 2019
CHM-120
11. Predict the product(s) of the following reaction.
Fall 2019
Bra
1. Br2 H20
quali
2. NaH
Br
Br
Он
он
Br
IV
II
(a) ()-
(d)(#)-IV
(b) II
(e) Il and (t)-IV
(c) ()-lII
(f none are correct
for the following reaction.
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Fall 2019 CHM-120 11. Predict the product(s) of the following reaction. Fall 2019 Bra 1. Br2 H20 quali 2. NaH Br Br Он он Br IV II (a) ()- (d)(#)-IV (b) II (e) Il and (t)-IV (c) ()-lII (f none are correct for the following reaction.

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