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Chapter 6

CHEM 272 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Elimination Reaction, Addition Reaction, Substitution ReactionExam


Department
Chemistry
Course Code
CHEM 272
Professor
Jake Zimmerman
Chapter
6

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What kind of reaction does the conversion of A to B represent?
Addition reaction.
Substitution reaction.
Elimination reaction.
Acid-base reaction.
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Chapter: 06 Section: 06.02

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What kind of reaction does the conversion of A to B represent?
Addition reaction.
Elimination reaction.
Substitution reaction.
Oxidation-reduction reaction.
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MultipleMultiple
ChoiceChoice
Chapter: 06 Section: 06.02

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What kind of reaction does the conversion of A to B represent?
Acid-base reaction.
Elimination reaction.
Substitution reaction.
Addition reaction.
ReferencesReferences
MultipleMultiple
ChoiceChoice
Chapter: 06 Section: 06.02
Which of the following statements is
not
true?
In polar reactions, a nucleophile reacts with an electrophile.
Carbocations are electrophiles.
Carbanions are nucleophiles.
A half-headed curved arrow shows the movement of an electron pair.
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Chapter: 06 Section: 06.03
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