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In this question, will A undergo a fast elimination product since it is on a dashed bond?

Give the product of the bimolecular elimination from each of the following isomeric halogenated compounds.
А
н
Br
KO BU
Снз
HOLBU
+Br
В
н
CH3
One of these compounds undergoes elimination 50x
faster than the other. Which one and why?
I.
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Give the product of the bimolecular elimination from each of the following isomeric halogenated compounds. А н Br KO BU Снз HOLBU +Br В н CH3 One of these compounds undergoes elimination 50x faster than the other. Which one and why? I.

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Step 1

A chemical reaction mechanism represents the way to form and break the chemical bonds between molecules that leads to the formation of certain product. Different chemical reactions follow different mechanisms.

Step 2

The substitution reactions involve the formation of substituted product due to attack of certain reagents. Nucleophilic substitution reactions are the most common substitution reactions in which nucleophile attacks on alkyl halide to form substituted product and halide group comes out as leaving group. It can be written as:

R-X (alkyl halide) + Nu (Nucleophile)à R-Nu (product) + X-(leaving group)

Step 3

The substitution reaction can follow either SN1 or SN2 mechanism that determines with the help of solvent and reactant molecule. Here...

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