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Asked Apr 3, 2019
What are all the possible products for the following alkane substitution reactions? (Assume monosubstitution.)
CH3CH3+Br2→
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Halogens react with alkane in the presence of heat or light to form alkyl halides.

Substitution reaction take place when halogens is reacts with alkane.

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