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April 29, 2020 2:12 pmpts 30 pts
in most of the cases there is always the inverted product in excess over the other isomer, so it is believed that carbocation and leaving group exist for a while as an intimate ion pair and the attack of nucleophile during this time takes place only on the back side of carbOcation, but not on the front side giving rise to inversion. Now attack of nucleophile on free symmetrical carbocation occurs from the backside or from the side with equal probability. S+ S R IX Solvent separated ion pair R-X RX R intimate ion pair SH SH R S-R+R-S S (inversion) S-R+R-S z% (100-z)% 50% 50% (mixture) racemic)
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  • Shweta thakur
    ok sir
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  • Shweta thakur
    and solvent separated ion pair means
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    Suresh khokhar
    leaving group is separated by solvent.
  • Shweta thakur
    intimate ion pair means
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    Suresh khokhar
    due to electronegativity polarization by leaving group
  • Suresh khokhar
    follow the instructions
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  • Suresh khokhar thankyou
    follow the instructions
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  • Dinesh khalmaniya Best Answer
    here is the explanation
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