As noted on page 8 of the Unit 4 lecture notes deuterium (D) and tritium (T)…

As noted on page 8 of the Unit 4 lecture notes deuterium (D) and tritium (T) are isotopes of hydrogen and that their R/S priorities are T D> H. Figure #1 illustrates that 1,2-deuteride shifts, like 1,2-hydride shifts, occur when they lead to a more stable carbocation Figure #1 1,2-hydride shift (from a to b) a a H a tertiary carbocation a secondary carbocation 1,2-deuteride shift (from a to b) h a b D H H a tertiary carbocation a secondary carbocation a tertiary carbocation How many chiral organic products does Reaction #1 give? Reaction #1 OH HCI Oll