SN2 vs "Nucleophilic sub"

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Armo_Derbarsegian_3K
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SN2 vs "Nucleophilic sub"

Postby Armo_Derbarsegian_3K » Thu Mar 16, 2017 10:11 pm

If a question asks us to identify a mechanism (2013 5C), would nucleophilic substitution be as valid an answer as SN2 (given as answer)?

Is there SN1?

Dana_Tran_1L
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Re: SN2 vs "Nucleophilic sub"

Postby Dana_Tran_1L » Thu Mar 16, 2017 11:13 pm

There is SN1 but it's not covered in 14B so I believe you have to specify that it is SN2

Mason_Aguila_2G
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Re: SN2 vs "Nucleophilic sub"

Postby Mason_Aguila_2G » Sat Mar 18, 2017 9:49 am

Nucleophilic substitution is replacing a nucleophile with another nucleophile I'm assuming?


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