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1. Can I2 react with Cyclohexane to form any product (without or without spectroscophic properties)?

2. Can I2 react with t-butyl or n-butyl alcohol to form any organic product?

3. What is the complex formed between I2 and t-butyl alcohol? Is this complex more stable as compared that formed by I2 and n-butyl alcohol?

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