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Stability Of Carbocation

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Which of the following carbocations is most stable nd why??

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Which carbocation is more stable? CH3CH2CH2CH2+ (CH2)2CHCH2+

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What is the order of stability of following carbocation?

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Arrange the following in order of stability of carbocation. Which should me more stable 3rd or 4th? Please explain the reason in detail.

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