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Exercise

Which kinetic borderline cases are observed in SN reactions?

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SN1 and SR2.

Sorry, that is wrong.

SE1 and SN2.

No, sorry.

SN1 and E2.

No, that is not correct.

SN1 and SN2.

Correct!

SR1 and SN2.

No, sorry.

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Exercise

If the reaction rate depends on the concentration of both starting products, the reaction is an ...

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... SR2 reaction.

Sorry, that is wrong.

... SN2 reaction.

Yes, that is correct!

... SN1 reaction.

No, sorry.

... AN1 reaction.

Sorry, that is wrong.

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Exercise

If the reaction rate depends only on the substrate's (alkyl halide's) concentration, the reaction is an ...

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... SR2 reaction.

No, sorry.

... SN2 reaction.

Sorry, that is wrong.

... AN2 reaction.

No, sorry.

...SN1 reaction.

Correct!

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Exercise

The conversion of chloromethane into methanol is a typical ...

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... AN1 reaction.

No, sorry.

... SR2 reaction.

Sorry, that is wrong.

... SN2 reaction.

Yes, that is correct!

... AN2 reaction.

No, sorry.

... SN1 reaction.

Sorry, that is wrong.

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Exercise

The rate law of the conversion of chloromethane into methanol is:

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Reaction rate = k [CH3Cl] [OH]2

No, sorry.

Reaction rate = k [CH3Cl] [OH]

Well-done. That is correct!

Reaction rate = k [CH3Cl]2 [OH]

Sorry, that is wrong.

Reaction rate = k [CH3Cl]2 [OH]2

No, sorry.

Reaction rate = k [CH3Cl]3 [OH]3

Sorry, that is not correct.

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