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A single alkyl bromide reactant theoretically yields either of the given products, depending on the reaction
conditions. Draw the structure of the alkyl bromide compound.
alkyl bromide
(one compound only)
CH, ОН
СH O
DMSO
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A single alkyl bromide reactant theoretically yields either of the given products, depending on the reaction conditions. Draw the structure of the alkyl bromide compound. alkyl bromide (one compound only) CH, ОН СH O DMSO

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Formation of ether:

When alkyl bromide reaction with methoxide gives an ether is the product.

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Product of the reaction is given below, CHон CH30 Alkyl bromide DMSO

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2-bromo-1-phenyl propane undergoes SN1 reaction with methanol produce carbocation. This carbocation under...

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CHBОH CHHон 1, 2-Hydrogen shift Br SN1 reaction

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