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srry i think its c
hey tertiary means 3 right?> so it shud be surrounded by 3 C and one H or something other than H but not a C
arvind last option is also left y dont u say d too :P
no one is correct till yet think more guys cmn..
srry heena .... i got cnfused in btw lol...wel now i will tell we define primary secondary tertiary and ternary carbon atoms by considering no : of carbonns bonded with a reference carbon atom .we denote them retrice1* ,2*,3* so most probably the answer is c
well wbu @apoorvk ur ans den i ll tell u d trick
D - None of the above. A tertiary carbon is a carbon atom that is singly bonded with EXACTLY 4 other adjacent carbon atoms. no less, and certainly no more.
sorry i am wrong wait. i misread it
well u r right but tatement is wrong can anyone tell me y C is wrong??
i think the qn has some spell .evryone is misreading it!!!
k i figured out
D- None of the above. But the reason is a tertiary carbon is a carbon with exaclty 3 carbons. and the other 4th bond can be any other single bond.
well i m asking tell me y option C is wrong
c is wrong because it is said maximum..this means that 1c ,2c are also possible
i mean tertiary means exactly 3 c-c bond
that is, with any element except carbon itself.. (and not necessarily H only as stated in option A) What in the whole holy hell was I thinking? "tertiary" lol. C is wrong because it has to be bonded with EXACTLY 3 carbons, not a MAXIMUM of 3.
arvind reason is right retricewell as ur too apoorv see the trick of this qn no one can get it at firsts time :)
i have some more qn? wanna work out?
Heena, not boasting but I just mis-processed the word 'tertiary'. I have done this before in one of my tests, and I did get it correct then. god knows what happened today :D
yeah sure. shoot!!!
but solve my problem please.. its on the top!
i didnt studied electrochemistry yet sorry :(
oh yeah sorry, you just entered 12th grade. no probs then.