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Rank the following radicals in order of decreasing stability.
most stable
least stable
(сны,снінсн, (снз,снсн,сн, «сныйсн,сн,
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Rank the following radicals in order of decreasing stability. most stable least stable (сны,снінсн, (снз,снсн,сн, «сныйсн,сн,

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The stability of carbon free radicals can be determined by considering the number of hypercojugative structures.

Step 2

Hyper conjugation is the delocalization of electron density from adjacent sp3 C-H bonds. The total number of adjacent sp3 hydrogen atom is equal to the number of possible hypercojugative structures.

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There are 7 adjacent sp3 hydrogen atom in the given below structure which is a se...

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Н Нас — -с—снз CHа н

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