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July 2, 2020 3:33 pmpts 30 pts
H- OH t-Clb hCHC C gdcjdjjxbhxmm highlights kfnvncjjggjkhgbk
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  • Priyanshu kumar Best Answer
    see rearrangement is possible only when there is formation of carbocation as 3 degree is more stable than 2 than 1st...so methyl shift or hydride shift occur
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  • Priyanshu kumar thankyou
    if the reaction proceeds through intermediate then only
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    Shweta thakur
    ok sir thanku
  • Suman Kumar thankyou
    In E2 there is no rearrangement. In E1 there is rearrangement. But in both cases more substituted alkene is formed
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  • Suman Kumar
    How you can rearrange bromine Sweta?
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    Shweta thakur
    sry mam
  • Dinesh khalmaniya
    no, here we will not rearrange but in E1 carbocation intermediate is formed after removing X so rearrangement is possible
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  • Dinesh khalmaniya
    in E2 elimination there is no intermediate formed so rearrangement is not possible but in the care of E1 there is carbocation is formed so rearrangement takes place
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