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Is there anything like free radical pass or anything similar?in organic chemistry..

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What do you mean "free radical pass". There are radical reactions and mechanisms if that's what you're referring to.
By applying UV-light and or Heat to carbon-hydrogen molecules, such as 2-methylbutane, you can start a radical reaction. Similarly, you can do the same with benzene and sodium.

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but I think it's different reaction for benzene and sodium. But I have to go now, i am running a bit late. I will answer your question when I come back :) Cheers.

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