Circle the false statement or statements 4 pts a

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Unformatted text preview: or product of the elimination reaction: (8 pts) (a) CH3CH2CBr(CH3)2 CH3CH2OK, CH3CH2OH H3C CH3 C C C + H CH3 H3C CH3 CH3CH2CBr(CH3)2 C H C H H H3C C + CH3 C H3C (b) (CH3)3COK, (CH3)3COH H H3C C H3C 7. Circle the false statement or statements. (4 pts) (a) Increasing the concentration of the nucleophile will increase the rate of an SN1 reaction. (b) Increasing the concentration of the nucleophile will increase the rate of an SN2 reaction. (c) SN2 reactions are faster in polar, protic solvents like EtOH than in polar, aprotic solvents like CH3CN. (d) The rate of an E1 reaction is independent of base concentration. (e) The SN2 mechanism does not involve formation of intermediates. H III. Mechanism. Treatment of (CH3)3C ­OH with HCl in hot water leads to the formation of (CH3)3C ­Cl. (a) Is this reaction an SN2, SN1, E1 or E2? (4 pts) (b) Give...
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