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NUCLIEOPHILIC SUBSTITUTION REACTION1.The nucleophile has:2.What is the molarity of the HCl used in this experiment?3.How many mL of 2-methyl-2-butanol should you use? 4.Why do you have to open the stopcock of the sep funnel eachtime after shaking the reaction mixture?5.If one gets acid in the eye:6.The product of today's experiment is:7.The product of the reaction in the sep funnel is:8.After successful completion of the reaction one must rinse the organic layer with:
9.After successful completion of the reaction one must rinse the organic layer with:10.The synthesized and rinsed product must be dried over:11.To obtain the boiling point of your unknown you must perform:12.How many test tubes do you need in part 2 of this experiment?13.1-chlorobutane is also known as:14.2-chlorobutane is also known as:a.sec-Butyl chloride15.t-Butyl chloride is also known asa.2-chloro-2-methylpropane16.n-Butyl bromide is also known as:
a.1-bromobutane17.3-chloropropene is also known as:a.Allyl chloride18.Chlorobenzene is also known as:a.chlorinated benzene19.On what position, to what carbon, is the -OH group attached in the t-amyl alcohol?a.Second20.If no precipitation is observed in a reaction tube you should heat it to:a.50-55 C21.In what outlet should you plug in your sand bath?a.10 A22.To what setting should you adjust the rheostat for your sand bath?a.6023.In part B of your second experiment you should put 2 mL of what 15% solution in your test tubes?a.NaI
24.In Sn1 reaction the HCl serves two roles:a.It is both the nucleophile and the catalyst25.In Sn1 reactions the -OH has the best properties of leaving group when it is:a.Connected to a primary carbon