Astudent wants to form 2‑hexanol using acidic hydration. he finds four alkenes in the inventory cabinet that could be possible reagents for this reaction. which of the alkene starting material(s) will generate high yields of 2‑hexanol (or hexan‑2‑ol) after acidic hydration? an unknown alkene is treated with h 3 o plus to give 2 hexanol, a 6 carbon chain with a hydroxyl group on cabron 2.
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He could find only 2 isomers of n-hexane alkenes for this reaction. Other two could be marked from other direction.
i think it is d. e because the next one is igneous.