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I'm confused about the mechanism and thus cannot decide which alkene would be the product. Reaction with primary and secondary alkyl halides gives alkanes. What about this case?
The reaction is E1 due to the formation of most stable tertiary carbocation, as such the double bond will be on the most substited side to give most substituted alkene as a major product.
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