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1)1-cholorbutane
2)1-bromobutane
3)2-chloro-2-methylpropane
4)chlorobenzene
5)3-chloropropene
6)Benzyl chloride
7)allyl bromide

1. Compare Sn1 vs. Sn2 for the different halides used in this experiment.
a)What type of halide is each of these; alkyl, vinyl, aryl, primary, secondary, tertiary...? Which of these is best for Sn1? Which of these is best for Sn2?
b)Which halogen Cl or Br is the best leaving group?

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