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A hydrocarbon A(C5H8) on catalytic hydrogenation produces B. Hence, B could be

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1-methylcyclobutene
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methylcyclobutane
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C
2,4-dimethyl-2-hexene
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D
None of the above
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Solution

The correct option is B methylcyclobutane
Catalytic hydrogenation of alkenes: Addition of H2 in the presence of a catalyst like Ni, Pd, Pt.
Catalytic H2 addition is a syn addition reaction.
This reaction is also known as Sabatier & Senderens reaction.


The IUPAC name of product is methylcyclobutane

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