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What is the mechanism involved in the bromination of hexane?

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Bromine is used in chemistry to detect the presence of alkenes. The term alkene refers to an organic compound that contains one or more carbon to carbon double bonds. Compounds containing
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hexane+ Bromine Hexane: CH3(CH 2)4 CH3 = C6H14 Bromine: Br2 (physical form of a diatomic molecule) C6H14+Br2 (this is the equation before the reaction.) Br : Br ---- hv ----> 2
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