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Which experimental conditions would maximize the yield of choloroethane and minimize the production of polychlorinated products during the free radical chlorination of ethane? A. equimolar amounts of

Which experimental conditions would maximize the yield of choloroethane and
minimize the production of polychlorinated products during the free radical chlorination of ethane?
A. equimolar amounts of chlorine & ethane
B. use an excess of chlorine
C. excess of ethane
D. excess of chlorine & long reaction time
E. equimolar amounts of chlorine & ethane and high reaction temperature

Which experimental conditions would maximize the yield of choloroethane and minimize the production of polychlorinated products during the free radical chlorination of ethane? A. equimolar amounts of chlorine & ethane B. use an excess of chlorine C. excess of ethane D. excess of chlorine & long reaction time E. equimolar amounts of chlorine & ethane and high reaction temperature

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