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An SN 2 reaction at an asymmetric carbon of a compound always gives : (a) An enantiomer of the substrate (b) A product with opposite optical rotation (c) A mixture of diastereomers (d) A single steroisomer

An SN2 reaction at an asymmetric carbon of a compound always gives : 
(a) An enantiomer of the substrate 
(b) A product with opposite optical rotation 
(c) A mixture of diastereomers 
(d) A single steroisomer 

Grade:12

1 Answers

Ramesh V
70 Points
12 years ago

answer is (d)

It has inversion (not necessarily different configuration) (nor necessarily opposite rotation)

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regards

Ramesh

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