NaНаNaHOH+2ОСОНн.НС+онg SNl Nucleophilic substitutiond Electrophilic additionProton transfer=a =h SN2 Nucleophilic substitutionb Lewis acid/basee E1 Eliminationf E2 Eliminationc Radical chain substitutionIdentify the mechanism by which each of the reactions above proceeds from among the mechanisms listed. Use the letters a - i for youranswers1.2.+

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Na
На
NaH
OH
+
2
ОСОН
н.
НС
+
он
g SNl Nucleophilic substitution
d Electrophilic addition
Proton transfer
=
a =
h SN2 Nucleophilic substitution
b Lewis acid/base
e E1 Elimination
f E2 Elimination
c Radical chain substitution
Identify the mechanism by which each of the reactions above proceeds from among the mechanisms listed. Use the letters a - i for your
answers
1.
2.
+
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Na На NaH OH + 2 ОСОН н. НС + он g SNl Nucleophilic substitution d Electrophilic addition Proton transfer = a = h SN2 Nucleophilic substitution b Lewis acid/base e E1 Elimination f E2 Elimination c Radical chain substitution Identify the mechanism by which each of the reactions above proceeds from among the mechanisms listed. Use the letters a - i for your answers 1. 2. +

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(1) The hydride act as strong Lewis base which abstract the prot...

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