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The homolytic fission of a hydrocarbon results in the formation of:- (a) carbonium ion (b) free radicals (c) carbanions (d) carbenes

The homolytic fission of a hydrocarbon results in the formation of:-
(a) carbonium ion
(b) free radicals
(c) carbanions
(d) carbenes

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5 Answers

Ruchi Shaw
askIITians Faculty 35 Points
7 years ago
It results in the formation of free radicals .

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Ruchi Shaw
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Ashish Mahajan
8 Points
7 years ago
Thank you!
raj kumar
33 Points
7 years ago
free radicals
sivakrishna
37 Points
7 years ago
It results in the formation of free radicals
trilochan puhan
34 Points
6 years ago
the bond-breaking process in which each atom or agroupseparates out with one electron of each of the bond pair, is called homolytic fission. so answer is free radical.

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