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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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Transcribed Image Text: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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