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What are the three components necessary for Alkyl Halides and Nucleoph

What are the three components necessary for Alkyl Halides and Nucleoph

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School: Florida International University
Department: Chemistry
Course: Organic Chemistry I
Term: Spring 2014
Tags: Organic Chemistry, Chemistry, Nucleophilic Substitutions, basicity vs. nucleophilicity, Nucleophilicity, Elimination, alkylhalides, SN1, SN2, E1, E2, Stability of carbocations, aprotic, protic, and Substitution and Elimination
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Name: CHM 2210-Organic Chemistry 1-Week 6 Notes
Description: These notes talk about nucleophilic substitution and elimination reactions with alkyl halides. They describe the possible ways substitution (SN1 and SN2) and elimination (E1 and E2) can occur; this usually depends on the strength/concentration of the nucleophile used (strong or weak base), the concentration of the alkyl halide, stereochemistry, carbocation stability, whether the solvent is protic o
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