Follow the reaction scheme for isopropanol shown above. For product \(E\), choose the best description from each list. \[\text{List 1: Substituent Level} \\ \boxed{1}:Primary:1^{\circ} \\ \boxed{2}Secondary:2^{\circ} \\ \boxed{3}Tertiary:3^{\circ} \\ \boxed{4}Alpha:\alpha \\ \boxed{5}Beta:\beta\] \[\text{List 2: Substituent Type} \\ \boxed{1}:Alkoxide \\ \boxed{2}:Alcohol \\ \boxed{3}:Epoxide \\ \boxed{4}:Carboxylic Acid \\ \boxed{5}:Ether \] Your answer will be the combo of the boxed digits associated with the correct labels in both lists; for example, if product \(E\) is a tertiary carboxylic acid, then your answer will be \(34\) \[\] Suggested wiki: Grignard Reagents

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