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Alkanes undergo halogenation reactions, in which one or more hydrogens are replaced by one or more halogens. In a monosubstitution reaction, only one hydrogen is replaced by another atom. In this reaction two products are possible. Firstly, Chlorine is substituted on the middle carbon containing only one hydrogen. Secondly, Chlorine is substituted on the carbon containing three hydrogens to give the products as shown.