Thanks 1. Two separate reactions are conducted as outlined below. Reaction 1: 4 drops of 2-bromobutane…

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1. Two separate reactions are conducted as outlined below. Reaction 1: 4 drops of 2-bromobutane in 2 mL of 1% AgNO, in ethanol. Reaction 2: 4 drops of 2-chlorobutane in 2 ml of 1% AgNO, in ethanol. a. list the expected rate of each of the reactions. List the slowest reaction first and fastest reaction last. b. Explain your reasoning based on substrate structure, the nature of the leaving group (if applicable), and whether the conditions favor Sylor Sw2 mechanisms. 2. Two separate reactions are conducted as outlined below. Reaction 1: 4 drops of benzyl chloride in 2 mL of 1% AgNO, in ethanol. Reaction 2: 4 drops of 2-chlorobutane in 2 mL of 1% AgNO, in ethanol. a List the expected rate of each of the reactions. List the slowest reaction first and fastest reaction last. b. Explain your reasoning based on substrate structure, the nature of the leaving group (if applicable), and whether the conditions favor S1 or 5×2 mechanisms. (NOTE: carefully consider the available resonance structures for each of the substrates, le, which forms the more stable carbocation?).
Thanks 1. Two separate reactions are conducted as outlined below. Reaction 1: 4 drops of 2-bromobutane…
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