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Yeah, when I first did this, i thought SN2 predominates. but E2 would predominate.
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what do you think of this?
"Generally speaking, SN1 products tend to predominate over E1 products at lower temperatures. However, recall that elimination reactions are favored by heat" masterorganicchemisry.com
This is a E2 reaction?
I thought E2 reactions tend to have huge bases.
The test I found this from said the answer was an elimination reaction. i'm guessing we're using a strong base.
Yeah this is an elimination reaction xD
but what I did above doesn't happen, we get the first product. maybe this is an E1/E2 but the thing is it's a primary substrate and the hoffman product would be the major product so that's why I though E2