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Haloalkane Substitution Reactions

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AS Chemistry for AQA Student Book: sections 12.04-12.06
This is a substitution reaction. The bromine atom has been replaced by. OH.
\(CH3\)3CBr + I– ?? \(CH3\)3CI + Br –, SN1 mechansim
Consider a haloalkane substitution reaction (SN1 mechanism): (CH3)3CBr + I–  → (CH3)3CI + Br –. • observed rate = k[RBr], no dependence on [I–]. • why not?
Dynamics of an Enzymatic Substitution Reaction in Haloalkane
potential to study the dynamics of the nucleophilic substitution reaction of dichloroethane by a carboxylate group in haloalkane dehalogenase and in water .
Summary of Reaction Mechanisms Required for A2 Chemistry
Nucleophilic substitution – primary haloalkanes with OH–. , CN. – and NH3.

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What is nucleophilic substitution?
Nucleophilic substitution reactions - Chemguide
Substitution reactions involving hydroxide ions .
Organic Chemistry/Haloalkanes - Wikibooks, open books for an
In a substitution reaction, the halogen (X) is replaced by another substituent (Y).
haloalkane - substitution reactions
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10.4.2 Nucleophilic substitution of halogenoalkane by hydroxide ion (hydrolysis with OH-).

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