Suppose you are told that each reaction is a substitution reaction but are not told the mechanism. Describe how you could conclude from the structure of the haloalkane, the nucleophile, and the solvent that each reaction is an SN2 reaction.


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CH,CH,CH,CI + CH,C=C¯LI+ diethyl ether

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