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Exercise

From which side does the nucleophile in an SN2 reaction approach the substrate?

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From the front side.

No, sorry.

From the back side.

Correct!

From the bottom.

Sorry, that is not correct.

From the top side.

Sorry, that is wrong.

From all sides.

No, sorry.

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In the SN2 reaction's transition state, the central carbon is sp2-hybridized, while the remaining three substituents are accordingly arranged trigonal planar around the central carbon. Where is the negative charge located?

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Completely on the nucleophile.

Sorry, that is wrong.

Completely on the leaving group.

No, sorry.

It is distributed between the nucleophile and the leaving group.

That is correct!

It is distributed between the central carbon and the leaving group.

Sorry, that is not correct.

It is distributed between the nucleophile and the central carbon.

No, sorry.

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The rejection of the three remaining substituents during an SN2 reaction leads to ...

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... the inversion of configuration at the central ligand.

No, sorry.

... the invasion of configuration at the central carbon.

Sorry, that is wrong.

... the inversion of connectivity at the central carbon.

No, sorry.

... the inversion of configuration at the central carbon.

Yes, that is correct!

... the retention of configuration at the central carbon.

Sorry, that is not correct.

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