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SN2: Nucleophilic Substitution Reaction-III (in Hindi)
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In this lesson I will discuss the mechanism involved in SN2 reaction of alcohols when phosphorus trihalides and thionyl chloride is used as the reagent.

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Megha Khandelwal
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one simple letter of technical regine
madam ROH positive aur sulfur bond k electron O+ PR shift kyo nhi huye, ROH+aur H ke hi kyo huye....,plz give me appropriate reason
mam,in practice question 1 ,hcl/zncl2 is Lucas reagent ,so add to lesson sn1 reaction should take place and there should be carbocation rearrangement,so the product should be CH3CH2CH2CHCLCH3 NOT CH3CH2CH2CHCH2CL
Darshan Rumalwala
3 months ago
No in sn1 there is no carbocations formed
Darshan Rumalwala
3 months ago
Sry sn2
mam,in practice question 1 ,hcl/zncl2 is Lucas reagent ,so add to lesson sn1 reaction should take place and there should be carbocation rearrangement,so the product should be CH3CH2CH2CHCLCH3 NOT CH3CH2CH2CHCH2CL
mam,in practice question 1 ,hcl/zncl2 is Lucas reagent ,so add to lesson sn1 reaction should take place and there should be carbocation rearrangement,so the product should be CH3CH2CH2CHCLCH3 NOT CH3CH2CH2CHCH2CL
mam,in practice question 1 ,hcl/zncl2 is Lucas reagent ,so add to lesson sn1 reaction should take place and there should be carbocation rearrangement,so the product should be CH3CH2CH2CHCLCH3 NOT CH3CH2CH2CHCH2CL
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