# Exercises

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.
Exercise

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

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wrong

partly correct

 ... SR2 reaction. Sorry, that is wrong. ... $SN2$ reaction. Yes, that is correct! ... $SN1$ reaction. No, sorry. ... AN1 reaction. Sorry, that is wrong.
Exercise

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

correct

wrong

partly correct

 ... SR2 reaction. No, sorry. ... $SN2$ reaction. Sorry, that is wrong. ... AN2 reaction. No, sorry. ...$SN1$ reaction. Correct!
Exercise

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

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wrong

partly correct

 ... 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.
Exercise

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

 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.