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At 300 degrees, 2-Methyl propane is brominated to tertiary butyl bromide. The bromine radical is more selective than the chlorine radical: see reaction 849.

Guidebook to Organic Synthesis, 2nd Edition. R.K.Mackie, D.M.Smith and R.A.Aitkin, Longman Scientific & Technical, 1990

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British A-Level Chemistry: AS
Functional Group Interconvertion
Radical Substitution

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