Problem: Classify the following reactions as either Substiution (S), Addition (A), Elimination (E), or Rearrangement (R). 

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We’re being asked to classify each reaction as Substitution (S), Addition (A), Elimination (E), or Rearrangement (R).


Recall that the four types of organic reactions are:

Substitution: an atom or group of atoms are exchanged

Addition: a π bond becomes two σ bonds

Elimination: two σ bonds are removed to create a π bond

Rearrangement: a reaction where a constitutional isomer is produced


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Classify the following reactions as either Substiution (S), Addition (A), Elimination (E), or Rearrangement (R)

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