G elec G 3,3-| G 2-mAdd GwhaPeri QWh Cur G howtakeAssignment/takeCovalentActivity.do?locator-assignment-take[References)Draw a structural formula for the more stable carbocation intermediate formed in the reaction shownHCIYou do not have to consider stereochemistryDo not include anionic counter-ions, e g., r, in your answwerFor cases in wvhich carbocations of the same or similar stability are expected, draw all of theDraw one structure per sketcher. Add additional sketchers using the drop-down menu in theSeparate structures with + signs from the drop-down menu.O00-h

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draw a structural formula for the more stable carbocation intermediate formed in the reaction shown

G elec G 3,3-| G 2-m
Add Gwha
Peri QWh Cur G how
takeAssignment/takeCovalentActivity.do?locator-assignment-take
[References)
Draw a structural formula for the more stable carbocation intermediate formed in the reaction shown
HCI
You do not have to consider stereochemistry
Do not include anionic counter-ions, e g., r, in your answwer
For cases in wvhich carbocations of the same or similar stability are expected, draw all of the
Draw one structure per sketcher. Add additional sketchers using the drop-down menu in the
Separate structures with + signs from the drop-down menu.
O00-h
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G elec G 3,3-| G 2-m Add Gwha Peri QWh Cur G how takeAssignment/takeCovalentActivity.do?locator-assignment-take [References) Draw a structural formula for the more stable carbocation intermediate formed in the reaction shown HCI You do not have to consider stereochemistry Do not include anionic counter-ions, e g., r, in your answwer For cases in wvhich carbocations of the same or similar stability are expected, draw all of the Draw one structure per sketcher. Add additional sketchers using the drop-down menu in the Separate structures with + signs from the drop-down menu. O00-h

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In the following reaction, two carbocation intermediates can be formed.

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The order of stability of carbocation is given as:

Primary carbocation < Secondary carbocation < Tertiary carbocation

Here, carbocation intermediate (I)...

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