Yes and more the no. of hyperconjugative structures more the stability of that particular compound
We can’t apply saytzeff rule there... it’s just the no.of hyperconjugative structures as correctly mentioned earlier because in case of 4th option the no. of hyperconjugative structures is more as compared to other alkenes... so 4th should be the correct option
I think I got it... Maybe it's option D) because alkene stability increases as number of R groups increase and the bulkier the R group the more stable it will be (according to zaitsev rule if I'm not wrong)... Someone please confirm
That's true, but I don't think we can apply that rule here because the R groups should be directly attached to the double bonded carbon and if you observe it clearly, then, you'll see that the R groups aren't directly attached to the double bonded carbon, they are attached to the single-bonded carbon.
Aaaah yes true
I think it should be (a). Because for the relative stability of alkenes, the no. of alpha hydrogen should more, and in the first case, we see that there are 3 alpha hydrogen, 2 in the second case, 1 in the third case and 0 in the last case.
I guess it depends on the no. Of hyperconjugative structures....in case of 4 one if we shift the bond then no. Of alpha carbon will be more than others so maybe thats
Is it option (a)?
It's actually d