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Reaction of primary alkyl halide with strong nucleophille follows an SN2 path even if a nucleophile is also a strong base...Why???Lyk in my book they have given example that when CH3CH2Br and ROnegative in presence of ROH it gives 100% CH3CH2OR...why???hw????plzz explain

Reaction of primary alkyl halide with strong nucleophille follows an SN2 path even if a nucleophile is also a strong base...Why???Lyk in my book they have given example that when CH3CH2Br  and ROnegative in presence of ROH it gives 100% CH3CH2OR...why???hw????plzz   explain

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rishabh
27 Points
7 years ago

sn2 is favoured as it is the charcteric reaction of alkyl bhalide when it is forming 1degree carbocation even on rearrangement and othe will only be possible only when the carbocation other then 1 degree is formed and acid basereaction will hapen only when there is an acidic hydrogen present

 

 

 

 

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raj kumar
33 Points
7 years ago
path of reaction is also depend on alky group. If it is a primary than it follow SN2 pat. It is example of wiliamson synthesis .ether containing substituted alkyl group may be prepared by this method .The reaction involves Sn2 attack of an alkoxide ion on primary alkyl halide.

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