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NUCLIEOPHILIC SUBSTITUTION REACTION 1.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 each time 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:
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