Hydrohalogenation of Alkenes


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Hydrohalogenation! Hydro = H & halogen = X(Cl,Br,I). So what happens in this reaction is H & X gets added to a alkene, making the double bond disappear. That’s it!

So here is a little image we prepared which shows this nice reaction and things to remember that are associated with it. It will definitely come handy in your next organic chemistry exam.

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