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Nucleophilic Substitution Reaction Day 11.SN1 stands for: Unimolecular substitution reaction.2.In an SN1 reaction, the solvents are: protic3.In SN1 reactions, the rate determining step is defined by: the dissociation of the leaving
4.In SN1 reactions, the rate determining step is defined by: the ease of formation of the
5.With the increase of the solvent polarity in SN1 reactions: the rate of the reaction
6.In SN1 reactions, the –OH is a bad leaving group unless:
7.In the SN1 reaction the HCl is both: nucleophile and catalyst.8.The nucleophile has: at least one lone pair or negative charge.9.A carbon atom from a carbon chain is considered to have electrophilic properties when:
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