Shweta Thakur posted an Question
January 19, 2021 • 18:38 pm 30 points
  • IIT JAM
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Alcohol always give electrophilic and nucleophilic substitution reaction ..right

alcohol always give electrophilic and nucleophilic substitution reaction ..right

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    Dinesh khalmaniya 1

    in this series on alcohols, we covered reactions such as: Ether formation via substitution reactions Elimination of alcohols to form alkenes Conversion of alcohols to alkyl halides via substitution reactions Cleavage of ethers Opening of epoxides Reactions of thiols

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    alcohol generally gives elimination, substitution and acid base reaction

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    sir.ye bhot confusing s hai ki konse functional group konse reaction dete hain

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    sir

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    vo to apko reaction mechanism se pta chlega

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    Priyanshu kumar Best Answer

    Alcohol can't undergo nucleophilic subtitution reaction. However, if the alcohol’s OH group is converted into a group that is a weaker base (and, therefore, a better leaving group), a nucleophilic substitution reaction can occur.

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    sir ye ik chart bnana pdega ki konse functional group konse reaction dete hain

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    Jb chapter complete ho jayega...then short notes me bna lena

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    sir

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