NaOH + CH3CH2Cl->CH3CH2OH + NaCl i know this is Nucleophilic substitution reaction but is this hydrolysis too? There's no reaction with water?? Or is it because it's "aqueous" NaOH

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NaOH + CH3CH2Cl->CH3CH2OH + NaCl i know this is Nucleophilic substitution reaction but is this hydrolysis too? There's no reaction with water?? Or is it because it's "aqueous" NaOH

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It's just an SN2 reaction, no hydrolysis
Oh there's this mcq i'm trying to solve i always get stuck on organic questions
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Alkanes cannot be oxidised that's what i know and i think hakogenoalkanes don't get oxidised so that leaves out B and D
And A is something that cannot happen because hydration is just adding H so you can't add hydrogen to already containing hydrogens so thgat leaves out A but how C can happen?
The only reaction is nucleophilic substitution which i've shown above there's no hydrolysis as @aaronq said but C says hydrolysis i'm confused.
I said there was no hydrolysis in the reaction you posted initially - which isn't the same as the question in the attachment. I think option C is correct
Yeah it is so halogenoalkahes can be hydrolysed?
If they can be hydrolysed could you show me areaction please?
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