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# Predict the major product in each of the following reactions and show if it originated: from an SN1, Si2, E1,or E2 reactionCH;NaOCH4)Cl CH;CH;B)Cl CH;CH;OHC)ACH; ~C...

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###### Predict the major product in each of the following reactions and show if it originated: from an SN1, Si2, E1,or E2 reactionCH;NaOCH4)Cl CH;CH;B)Cl CH;CH;OHC)ACH; ~CI Eha

Predict the major product in each of the following reactions and show if it originated: from an SN1, Si2, E1,or E2 reaction CH; NaOCH 4) Cl CH; CH; B) Cl CH; CH;OH C) ACH; ~CI Eha

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