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a) Complete the mechanism of the initial step
of the reaction of the alkyl halide with sodium
azide by adding curved arrows.
b) Complete the product structure by adding
any missing atoms, bonds, charges, and
nonbonding electrons. Omit curved arrows.
:CI:
Na
ci:
Na
EN
EN
N=
EN
J. 1) LAH
2) H20
c) Predict the organic product of the LAH reduction
and hydrolysis steps; include nonbonding electrons.
Do not include any inorganic products.
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a) Complete the mechanism of the initial step of the reaction of the alkyl halide with sodium azide by adding curved arrows. b) Complete the product structure by adding any missing atoms, bonds, charges, and nonbonding electrons. Omit curved arrows. :CI: Na ci: Na EN EN N= EN J. 1) LAH 2) H20 c) Predict the organic product of the LAH reduction and hydrolysis steps; include nonbonding electrons. Do not include any inorganic products.

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