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Grade: 12th pass

                        

The rate of E1 reaction depends upon : A. Concentration of substrate B. Concentration of nucleophile C. Concentration of nucleophile and substrate D. The amount of solvent used​

2 months ago

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Pawan Prajapati
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							Answer:

concentration of nucleophile

Thanks
2 months ago
Apurva Sharma
214 Points
							
A. Concentration of substrate.
 
E1 reaction means unimolecular elimination reaction. Has two steps
1) carbocation formation 
2)attack by neucleophile.
 
The step 1 is the slow step and the rate determining step. So, Rate= K[R-X]1
 
(R-X is haloalkane)
So the E1 reaction depends only on concentration of substrate.
 
Hope ypu got your ans.
Regards!
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