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Ch. 4 - Alkanes and Cycloalkanes
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Ch. 21 - Enolate Chemistry: Reactions at the Alpha-Carbon
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Solution: True/False. Identify each statements as either True of False. The SN2 reaction of (S)-2-chlorobutane with sodium azide gives a racemic product mixture. In SN1 reactions, the rate determining step is a

Problem

True/False. Identify each statements as either True of False.

 

The SN2 reaction of (S)-2-chlorobutane with sodium azide gives a racemic product mixture.

 

In SN1 reactions, the rate determining step is attack of the nucleop`hile.

 

Reactions that have bridged intermediates usually have carbocation rearrangement.

 

Hydrogenation in the presence of Lindlar’s catalyst results in a trans double bond.

 

Fish hook arrows represent single electron transfer.

 

SN1 and E1 reactions have at least 2 transition states in their reaction coordinates.

 

I (Iodide) is a better nucleophile than F (Fluoride) in polar protic solvents.