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Match the reaction in $\textbf{Group – 1}$ with the reaction type in $\textbf{Group – 2}$.

$\begin{array}{|c|l|c|l|} \hline & \textbf{Group – 1} && \textbf{Group – 2} \\ \hline P & \text{Methylcyclohexane} \rightarrow \text{Toluene} + 3H_2 & \text{I} . & \text{Dehydrocyclization} \\ \hline Q & \text{Ethylecyclopentane}\rightarrow \text{Methylcyclohexane} & \text{II} & \text{Cracking} \\ \hline R & n-\text{Octane} \rightarrow \text{Ethylbenzene} +4H_2 & \text{III}& \text{Dehydrogenetaion} \\ \hline S & n- \text{Octane} \rightarrow n-\text{Pentane} + \text{Propylene} & \text{IV} & \text{Isomerization} \\ \hline \end{array}$

The correct combination is

  1. $\text{P-II, Q-III, R-I, S-IV}$
  2. $\text{P-III, Q-IV, R-I, S-II}$
  3. $\text{P-III, Q-IV, R-II, S-I}$
  4. $\text{P-I, Q-IV, R-III, S-II}$
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