sub&elim - 2° R - X Weak Base SN2, E2 SN2 Major, E2...

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Substitution and Elimination Summary Organic Chemistry I Substrate Nucleophile (Base) Primary Mechanism(s) Products ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Methyl - X Any Base SN2 Only SN2 Only 1° R - X Weak Base SN2 Highly Favored SN2 Mostly, E2 Trace 1° R - X Strong Unhindered Base SN2, E2 SN2 Major, E2 Minor 1° R - X Strong Hindered Base SN2, E2 E2 Major, SN2 Minor
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Unformatted text preview: 2° R - X Weak Base SN2, E2 SN2 Major, E2 Trace 2° R - X Strong Unhindered Base SN2, E2 SN2 and E2 (Depends on several factors) 2° R - X Strong Hindered Base E2 Highly Favored E2 Mostly, SN2 Trace 3° R - X Weak Base (Solvolysis) SN1 Favored, E1 SN1 Major, E1 Minor 3° R - X Strong Unhindered Base E2 Highly Favored E1, E2 Mostly, SN1 Trace 3° R - X Strong Hindered Base E2 Highly Favored E1, E2 Mostly, SN1 Trace...
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This note was uploaded on 07/26/2009 for the course CHEM 2211 taught by Professor Grow during the Spring '09 term at Pensacola Junior College.

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