Predict how the bond, shown in each of the following compounds will break with the aid of the appropriate arrow(s). Also give the structure(s) of the species formed in each reaction. (a) CH3── I → (b) Q ── Q →

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. Predict how the bond, shown in each of the following compounds will break with the aid
of the appropriate arrow(s). Also give the structure(s) of the species formed in each
reaction.
(a) CH3── I →
(b) Q ── Q →

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