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In the 4π + 4π cycloaddition show below, is the reaction favorable or unfavorable? Which two molecular orbitals do you need to look at to determine this?
1) Not favorable because A and B do not interact well with each other.
2) Favorable because A and B interact well with each other.
3) Not favorable because B and C do not interact well with each other.
4) Favorable because B and C interact well with each other.
5) Favorable because C and D interact well with each other.
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