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Allylic halide is the halide, in which the halogen is linked to a carbon atom which is next to a carbon-carbon double bond, i.e., to an allylic carbon.


In , the halogen atom (X) is linked to a carbon atom which is next to a carbon-carbon double bond. Hence it is an example of allylic halide


On the other hand, in , the halogen atom (X) is attached to a doubly bonded carbon atom. Hence. it is not an example of allylic halide.


Thus, is an example of allylic halide.


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