Science Quiz / Radical Halogenation True-False

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Can you state whether each of these statements about radical halogenation reactions are TRUE or FALSE?

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Bond dissociation energies are always negative.
Two-headed arrows are used to illustrate arrow flow in the free radical halogenation mechanism.
The termination step in free radical halogenation may be classified as homogenic bond formation.
High yields of a single organic haloalkane result upon chlorination of cyclohexane.

Free radical chlorination is not selective.
Upon monobromination of 2,3,4-trimethylpentane, one alkyl bromide product results.
The propagation steps of the free radical halogenation mechanism sum up to the net reaction.
Upon monochlorination of 2,3,4-trimethylpentane, four unique alkyl chloride products result.

Alkyl iodides may be prepared by free radical iodination.
High yields of a single organic haloalkane result upon radical bromination of 2-methylpentane.
The mechanism of free radical halogenation involves heterolytic cleavage reactions.
Monochlorination of 2-methylpropane yields only one chloroalkane product.

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