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    4. For each pair of compounds below, indicate the more reactive in the type of mechanism specified. Briefly state why.
    a. S(superscript)B2 (superscript): (CH3)3CCH2Br vs CH3CH2CHBrCH2CH3
    b. El: CH3CHICH3 vs. CH3CHCLCH3
    c. S(superscript)B1 (superscript): tert-butychloride solvolysis in 70% water - 30% acetone vs in 50 % water - 50 % acetone.

    5. a.Circle the halide that has the smallest molecular dipole moment. Explain your choice.

    CH3CL vs CF4

    b. Which halide has he lowest boiling point? Explain your choices.
    (CH3)2CH2Br vs CH3CH2CH2Br

    c. Which is a better nucleophile? Explain our choice.

    Iodide vs Fluoride.

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