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Question 1

2-Methyl-2-butanol reacts with hydrogen bromide via a(n) ________.
◦ SN2 mechanism
◦ SN1 mechanism
◦ E2 mechanism
◦ E1 mechanism
◦ None of these.

Question 2

3-Methyl-1-butanol reacts with hydrogen bromide via a(n) ________.
◦ E2 mechanism
◦ SN1 mechanism
◦ E1 mechanism
◦ SN2 mechanism
◦ None of these.


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