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substitution-elimination reactions alcohols
« on: October 16, 2020, 09:03:35 AM »
HI!!! Can someone help me with thesee questions?!

1. WHY  THE PI3 IS TOO UNSTABLE TO BE GENERATED IN SITU

2. WHY NO HEAT (0ÂșC) IS REQUIRED WHEN USING POCL3 IN THE DEHYDRATION OF ALCOHOLS

3. IN THE ALCOHOL ELIMINATION REACTIONS WHY THE STRENGTH OF THE BASE NO LONGER MATTERS? IS THAT THE LG IS SO GOOD THAT IT TENDS TO COME OUT?

4. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THERMODYNAMIC AND KINETIC PRODUCT

5. WHY IN THE SUBSTITUTIONS REACTIONS TO SUBSTITUTE ALCOHOLS:
1st = SN1
2nd AND 3rd = SN2
WHILE IN HALOGENARY SUBSTITUTION REACTIONS:
1st SN1
2nd SN2 / SN1
3rd SN2

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Re: substitution-elimination reactions alcohols
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2020, 09:15:49 AM »
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