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I have a VCE Chemistry SAC tomorrow and this is a dot point from the key knowledge.

  • Addition reactions of alkenes (addition of hydrogen halides and water limited to symmetrical alkenes)

What does the part in brackets mean? An example would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.


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This just means you know how to add HCl (or similar like HF and HI) or H2O to an alkene. Don't worry about the symmetrical part - that is just the course telling you you don't need to worry about particular stuff beyond the scope of VCE


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