Draw the major, neutral organic product(s) for each of the reaction below.

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Question:

Draw the major, neutral organic product(s) for each of the reaction below.

Answer and Explanation:

Nucleophilic substitution:
The hydrogen joined with sp carbon iota is acidic in light of the fact that the negative charge produced after the evacuation of that proton is settled as a result of the high electronegativity of sp hybridized carbon.

Explanation:
The component of this response is demonstrated as follows:

Step-1
NaNH2 is a base and it accepts an acidic proton from sp-hybridised carbon.

Step-2(for first reaction)
Nucleophilic attack to electrophilic carbon atom and bromide ion leaves forming a substituted product.This is a SN2 reaction.
For the second reaction.
This is an SN1 reaction

Step-2B
Nucleophilic attack by negatively charged carbon atom to electrophilic carbocation and form the major, neutral organic product.

 

 

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