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What are the possible constitutional isomers and rank by SN2 reaction.

Draw all the posside constitutional isomers for the molecular
formula C HaCI. Rank them acording
in Sya reactions.
to reactivity
Slowest
Rxn
Fastest
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Draw all the posside constitutional isomers for the molecular formula C HaCI. Rank them acording in Sya reactions. to reactivity Slowest Rxn Fastest Rxn

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Isomers are the compounds having same molecular formula but different structure. The phenomenon possessed by the molecules is known as isomerism.

Compounds having same molecular formula but possessing different connectivity of atoms or group of atoms are known as constitutional isomers.

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The constitutional isomers for C4H9Cl can be drawn by changing the position of Chlorine group in the alkane. Thus, the constitutional isomers for C4H9Cl are represented as follows:

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2. CH;— ҫH-CH:— CH; 1. Cн—CH—CH-—CH; 1-chlorobutane 2-chlorobutane CH3 CH3 3. CH,- CH-CH; 4. CH;-C-CH; či ci 1-chloro-2-methylpropane 2-chloro-2-methylpropane

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The replacement of any atom or group of atoms by a nucleophile is termed as nucleophilic substitution reaction.

Bimolecular nucleophilic reaction are concerted reactions in which both bond breaking and bond formation process takes place simultaneously. As the rate of reaction depends on the concentration of both reactant molecule and nucleophi...

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Methyl >1° > 2° > 3°

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