Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution Video Lessons

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Problem: Place the following molecules in order of their reactivity with CH3S– Na+ via an SnAr mechanism. Label the most reactive as #1 and the least reactive as #4. Work carefully. There will be no partial credit or regrades on this problem.

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Place the following molecules in order of their reactivity with CH3S– Na+ via an SnAr mechanism. Label the most reactive as #1 and the least reactive as #4. Work carefully. There will be no partial credit or regrades on this problem.

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