Organic Chemistry Practice Problems Carbocation Stability Practice Problems Solution: Which of the following would provide the most stab...

Solution: Which of the following would provide the most stable carbocation after loss of Cl-?(i) Chloromethane(ii) Chloroethane(iii) 2-choloropropane(iv) tert-Butyl chloride

Problem

Which of the following would provide the most stable carbocation after loss of Cl-?

(i) Chloromethane

(ii) Chloroethane

(iii) 2-choloropropane

(iv) tert-Butyl chloride

Solution

Recall that the most stable carbocation is the tertiary carbocation

Among the choices:

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