Question #019c7

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Nov 12, 2016

Answer:

The halogen group can occur on almost any carbon atom in an organic compound.

Explanation:

For example, it could be on carbon 1 in propane

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or on carbon 2.

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It can be on a double-bonded carbon, as in 1-chloropropene

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and 2-chloropropene.

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It could be in any carbon in an aromatic ring

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And it can even be attached to a carbonyl carbon.

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