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what is the desreasing order of sn reaction: R-I, R-(OH2)+

what is the desreasing order of sn reaction:


R-I, R-(OH2)+

Grade:12

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Godfrey Classic Prince
633 Points
9 years ago

Dear baishali mullick,

The decreasing order here in for the Nucleophilic Substitution reaction is

R-(OH)2+ > R-I

This is because a nucelophile loves to attack a positively charged species than a neutral one....

 

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