K => I answered your question at bottom or next pg
posted by ~christina~ .
I helped the best I could on your organic chem question
got it. Thank you for you help. I don't know what i was thinking when I wrote down my answers to which is the best leaving group, but least to easiest. I meant to write them both a beginning with F, Cl, Br, then I.
Back to that other question, re: MAJOR product formation. So...then the idea that I had about "A" occuring only in MINOR amounts is reverse then & it would then be the MAJOR product?...ie...so then it would be 1-methyl-1-cyclohexene, as opposed to 3-methyl-1-cyclohexene (this one would be the MINOR then???).
I have been quite confused when it comes to the MAJOR/MINOR product formation of chemical reactions.
I'm not looking at the product right now (question) However If I remember right, the molecule's least formed product would be the molecule formed when the base(x-) removes the H from the Methyl group not the hydrogen from any other carbon.