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the reactivity order for SN1 is 3>2>1 degrees and that for SN2 is 1>2>3 therefore if the reactant is 1 degree it will prefer SN2 and if it’s 3degree it will prefer SN1 and if it’s 2 degree either of...
it will form a 1,2,3-trichlorocyclohexane+ PCl3
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let us consider the number to be ABCDEFG so according to question if i place DEFG in front of ABC that is DEFGABC so the number got one more then double hence DEFGABC > 1+2x(ABCDEFG). consider...
The molecular mass of the compound is 70 as it molecular mass of nitrogen is 14 and it only comprises 20% of molecule so 100% would be 14x5=70 as it has already given that only one H atom
for 1 st one (B) asfor this hoffman product will be obtained and its a unstable product so by the reaction of HBr no chlorination we get hoffman product as given in the reaction. for 2 nd (B)
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Reversible nd IrreversibleAddition Reactions oxidation and reduction reactions
number of hyperconjugation structures for a hydrocarbon with number of 'alpha' hydrogens 'a' equal to 'a' or 'a+1'
Nitration of phenol is easy due to -I effect of OH Group
In fact NH2 is such a strong +R group that you won't get a monosubstituted product. More than 1 substitution will occur therefore you must forst acetylate the NH2 group first, with acetic anhydride...
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most of the reactions are geminal or vicinal formations
reduction of azides, yields primary amines reduction of nitriles, yields primary amines reduction of nitro groups, yields primary amines reduction of amides, yields primary, secondary or tertiary...
Inclassicalstatistical mechanics, theequipartition theoremis a general formula that relates thetemperatureof a system with its averageenergies. The original idea of equipartition was that, inthermal...
Why is anhydrous ZnCl 2 used in reaction of alcohols with HCl? The reaction of alcohol with HCl involves a nucleophilic substitution reaction, which results in the formation of chloroalkans. The Cl - ...
Bcoz of presence of intramolecular hydrogen bonding in the o-isomer o-nitrophenol is more volatile than p-nitrophenol.☺ Hope this answer may help you out.
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