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Substitution-Elimination Answer: B Answer: A 1. If the concentration of NaOH is doubled in the following reaction, what will happen to the reaction rate? A. no change B. double C. quadruple D. cut in half E. none of the above 2. To which side, if any, would the following equilibrium lie? (Do not consider any further reactions here.) A. to the left B. to the right C. equally to the right and left D. there is no way to tell E. this reaction cannot occur at all 3. What would be the major organic product of the following reaction? A. B. Page 1 of 7 11/6/2007 ..
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Answer: D Answer: A Answer: C C. D. E. 4. Which would be true of the following reactions? A. cis would react faster B. trans would react faster C. cis and trans would react at the same rates D. no reaction is expected under these conditions E. the product shown would not be formed 5. Which of the haloalkanes below would you expect to most rapidly undergo the reaction shown? A.
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This note was uploaded on 07/10/2010 for the course CHEM 266 taught by Professor Pols during the Spring '07 term at Waterloo.

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